Date of Stay: October, 2015
This RV park is an exercise in excellent human factors. They have taken every problem of RVers and solved them. The sites are paved and very adequately spaced. The bathrooms have upscale, hotel quality bathrooms that are always clean and fresh. Crystal clear pool, full kitchen and recreation area with two large televisions. Easy check in procedures and extra friendly and helpful staff. Bay front with a dedicated fishing pier and we caught large redfish. The owners love running their campground and it shows. We will go out of our way to stay here.
Date of Stay: January, 2013
This is just a really a nice park. If you are looking for glitz, go somewhere else. But, if you are looking for big, gorgeous sites under hundred year old mossy oak trees, come here. The sites in our side of the park are large with concrete patios and tables, and easily accessible sewage and electric. The staff runs around in golf carts to ensure safety and park compliance, but they don't feel intrusive. The lake is beautiful and is full of fish. The staff is helpful and friendly, and you'll probably want to come back year after year. The location is very good as well. It is 35 minutes from Cedar Key, a short distance to gorgeous Rainbow Springs and Homosassa, and both Tampa and Orlando within 75 miles. This campsite is not near major roads, so the tradeoff is you have to go a little out of the way (about 5 miles maybe). It's pristine and quiet. Laundry is fine and bathrooms always clean. The pool is warm and very clean as well. It's heated. I'd recommend this RV park.
Date of Stay: August, 2012
This park was spectacular in every way, and I would not change a thing. We are extremely particular about our RV parks, and there was just nothing to not like or appreciate. First, the sites are level and paved in white concrete (stays cool). We stayed on the waterfront, and they are equipped with standing charcoal grills and fire pits. The facility is brand new, so the picnic tables are pristine. Hookups are easily accessible, and the sites are far apart so you don't feel like you are living with your neighbors. The park itself has a well-paved road, wide enough for the biggest rigs. The park was literally carved out of 400 acres, so you are far away from busy, noisy roads. Their pool is saltwater, and you feel like you've just been to a spa after spending the day in the pool. It's large, and heated in the winter according to the park info flier. What's so special about this park is all the amenities that remind me of hotel living - trash pickup twice a day at your site; excellent security, concierge at the front desk, a conference room to do business, fast and always accessible wireless that I had absolutely no problem picking up; and basic supplies available to put on your charge account at the front desk. I think if I'd had asked them to plan a birthday party for me, they'd have said, "Yes m'am!" Sweet, helpful people. Also interesting is that this park is both children and retiree friendly. The park has a lot of big rigs with retirees, but also has some smaller campers (but somewhat out of the price range of the popuppers) with children. In that the park is big and well-spaced, no one was bothered by the children. The moving traffic through the park is very slow and careful, making it a good environment for kids. Showers and bathrooms were pristine clean, and large with what looks to be mexican tile on the floors and walls. Laundry was clean with big washers and dryers. The facility also has easy access and affordable boat rental, with five or six new docks and a put in. The boats and kayaks and canoes looked brand new. I talked with about five or six big riggers (half a million and up), and the consensus was that this is one of the top five parks in the southeast. Quite frankly, they loved the place. It is also seven minutes from the city of Hot Springs and the horse races, 10 from downtown Hot Springs and the historic baths, and 20 minutes from the crystal mines. Highly recommend this park.