Date of Stay:
December, 2011 -
I am very surprised by some of the negative reviews of Jolly Acres. As such, I decided to submit a review of this fine campground. First of all, there are only 6 "permanent" campers (we are one of those). At least 4 are here for jobs and/or school, and the other 2 seem to be retirees. The only posted rules are to leash and pick up after your pets, (common in ALL campgrounds), to not climb the fence and to watch your children at the pond (which should be common sense). The Wi-Fi isn't the strongest due to a lack of towers in the area, but I rarely have issues getting online. There are hunting dogs next door (which is the side of the park where we are located), but I rarely hear the dogs except during the daylight hours. And, the dog owner has recently moved his kennel to an area away from the campground. This is an excellent place to park your camper!! Potlucks at least once a month, folks who are always willing to assist with camper issues, friendly greetings at all times. This is a wonderful place to be, whether on a permanent basis, temporary, vacationing or just passing through. I would HIGHLY recommend Jolly Acres!! We camped at Jolly Acres RV Park and Storage in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
November, 2011 -
Very nice clean park located just off interstate but with very little noise from traffic. Only drawback is the "reserved" lots (which are the choice lots) for the RV clubs. Employees are friendly and efficient and offer printed information about area attractions. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Fair Harbor RV Park in a Travel Trailer.