Date of Stay:
June, 2006 -
I've read the report from a year ago. I agree with most of is remarks. Yes, yes, we are fighting ants every minute. The park gives us no advice as to what to do. We used ant cups in every area of our coach and under it. Then we went to hardware store and got special spray. Only lasted a day. I think the hosts have something that is used on the golf course cause their site it ok but we asked and was told no they do not have ants. There are still no restrooms or showers. Still no picnic tables. The mess up on the golf prices is still there. They seem to want the Greens Fees and in addition the cart fee (which is fair) for every person in cart. No sharing price of cart and the price is for every 9 holes. Worse then that they want Senior Greens Fees plus extra money to walk (they call it a trail fee to walk) and that fee is for each person for each 9 holes. I, like the other guy, came here because I had read an ad in a Golf Magazine and price was quoted Seniors all day and that is the only thing to pay. They said that, I didn't. When we got here my wife went on down to pay and found the extra money for every 9 holes per person. She had taken the $9 listed plus a little for tax. She came back very very mad and had not paid because she had not taken that much. We did not play and only stayed at the park a couple of days when we had planned to stay a month or more. Also, the previous review said nice mowed grass. Not this year. The weeds are ankle high and it sure is not the nice Bermuda grass they advertise. No cable and no WI-FI and no break on the golf makes me an unhappy camper and a no show golfer. We camped at The Woods Golf Course & RV Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
May, 2006 -
A Good off the beaten path RV park espcially for golfers. We paid for the month $350 and got to play all the golf we wanted FREE. The other review said $5 but this year the golf is FREE. There is a small pond where a family of canadian geese were teaching babies to follow mom. They were there alot. We came here a few years ago and it was a rough field with no people and high grass. Now the field is kept very nice and all is clean. There was a campground host. Very nice and helpful and I can not say enough for the owner. She even told us about an impending storm and said she would personally come over to tell us if the weather report said the storm would get worse. There is no cable but access to satellite and cell phones is excellent. They have so many reservations that they are again expanding this summer. They had a social time 2 times a week even in summer and more in winter. I would have rated it a 10 if there was cable or wi-fi. We camped at Americus KOA (formerly Brickyard Plantation Golf Club & RV Park) in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
December, 2005 -
I agree with the other review. The whole place seems unhappy and the office staff, in my opinion, are what changed the once nice campground into a place of almost last resort. The golf course needs lots of work but it was not hard to get a tee time since there is not a lot of outside play. It is not comfortable to come into the restaurant any longer. This used to be one of my definite stops when in Florida but it is not fun any longer. The activities are mostly non-existent and hardly anyone came to the one they had while we were there. It was put on by the office staff and they do not make people feel welcome. I think that the owner does still care but she is not around a whole lot so probably does not know the general feeling about her staff. We camped at Shady Brook Golf & RV in a Motorhome.