Date of Stay: July, 2012
Overall it is a quiet park with mainly permanent campers. There is a motocross park next door, that can be a little noisy on the weekends. There is a large bar/restaurant as part of the campground, the food is great. People come from all over the area for the Fridays all you eat fish dinner and etc...The entertainment is really good with the Palm Coast Swing Band and others performing weekly. What appears to be a "Biker" bar and campground is truly now designed for a older crowd. The owner is very hands on, and keeps most everything up nicely. The staff is friendly, and try to accommodate the campers. Access to the park is not bad if you are heading south on hwy 1. If you are coming from the south, prepare for some u-turns on a major highway. The sites are large, and easy to back into. The price is not bad for the area, and its a pretty well kept older campground, no frills, but quiet and peaceful. I would recommend here if you are looking for a quiet spot for a couple days, and still be in easy traveling distance of the beaches, state parks, etc...
Date of Stay: May, 2012
Nice Park. The owners are hands on, and try hard to make sure campers have a good experience. Apparently, it was a run down park when they bought it, but they have done well cleaning it back up. The only downside to the park is the one set of neighbors, they get drunk and rowdy on the weekends. they are constantly firing guns (target practice I hope) and running dirt bikes around. I would stay again.