Date of Stay: July, 2016
We stayed overnight, then had a steer tire blowout 45 miles north on I 26. The staff made room for us to spend the next four days handling insurance issues. The pads are sand and grass; it had small slab with table. Sites are level. Full hookup pull-throughs and back ins. Restaurants and grocery nearby. There were many regular workers coming and going with a large flea market out front. All the locals were very friendly and I can't say enough about the staff and owners, they are super. Great overnight easy in and out. Call ahead in season as it's a busy crossroads.
Date of Stay: May, 2016
The resort is mostly snowbirds hence our May visit. There are over 1000 sites, three club houses with pools. The transient area is located close to the main clubhouse hot tub and pool. Pool is huge! Our site was back in and grassy. No patio and very little shade if any. No free WiFi except at the office area but you can purchase reasonable daily and weekly rates for even streaming video. Bring pads for your jacks as its sandy. Great area to walk your pet or pets. Garbage has to be transported by you to very front of the property. Easy to do but you'll need a car or mobile device it's not walking distance. We mainly came in the off season to play golf and avoid the crowds. The 18 hole course is immaculate and very challenging but not too bad for the average hacker as its fairly short. Water pressure good, sewer good, I would definitely recommend a surge protection system like Progressive industries as the voltage is marginal at least in our area.
Date of Stay: January, 2013
We very much recommend this park to anyone. Large easy entrance even for big rigs, wonderful paved roads, large sites, plenty of room between your neighbors. Extremely level concrete pads with ex/large concrete awning area. We did not have a pic nic table at our site upon arrival, note they are making new ones, within minutes the park managers arrived and placed the table exactly where we wanted it. Nice pool area and club house. Huge clubhouse, short drive into the cay. The only reason this RV resort does no get a ten, pool not heated and we were here in January. Cedar Key is very quaint and enjoyable. If you like room, good management, quiet times and pet friendly atmosphere this is your spot.
Date of Stay: November, 2012
Lovely park right off Hwy 98. The turn in is difficult heading west as you must cross over two east bound lanes. Be careful! Very friendly staff with extremely well maintained sites. The sites are good level concrete pads with large grassy areas for toad parking. Very nice pool, not heated, terrific fishing pier with sandy beach on Santa Rosa Sound. Pull thru sites as well as back in. Big rig friendly as well as pet friendly. Note dogs are not allowed on the small sound side beach. The only reason for the 8 is the pool is not heated. BTW, grocery stores within in two blocks.