Date of Stay:
January, 2017 -
Club Naples was purchased by Sun RV Resorts several years ago. Sun has made major renovations to the main building that houses the recreation hall, corporate kitchen & office area and to the secondary building that houses the workout area, library & guest kitchen. The park is very well kept, very clean and very quiet with attractive landscaping in the public areas. Many guest activities are scheduled January-March, frequently arranged by volunteers. We had no problems getting into our site, but our neighbor's truck fender was 8" away from our slide-out. The streets in the site loops are a single lane wide. The sites were designed for RVs no longer than 34 feet with no slides. Long rigs often crowd right up to the edge of loop street in order to fit on a site. Trees have been cut at the rear of some sites so that an RV can overhang one of the shallow drainage trenches (all of the sites except the pull-through sites back up to a shallow drainage trench). Adding the length of the RV and the width of the tow or towed vehicle together will determine how much site length is needed to allow the parking of a vehicle perpendicular in front of the RV. This is important because the sites are narrow enough that if an awning is out, or a ground mat is put down, a tow or towed vehicle will not fit parallel to the RV. Long Class A units and 5th-wheel & travel trailers with long tow vehicles will find that sliding into a site during high season is difficult, and long Class A units may find navigating the corners of the loops to be impossible. Rigs may need to back from the center drive all the way into a site to avoid navigating the loop corners. Do not count on using an adjacent or across-street site for maneuvering a RV. No assigned area for overflow parking for tow/ towed vehicles; overflow takes up the public parking areas near the main building. Parking near the laundry is especially tight. This is not a 55+ facility: there are sites with school-age children. We camped at Club Naples RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
January, 2013 -
Stayed here a week+ while visiting family in the area. Very clean and very quiet park. For us the I-10 highway noise could be ignored. I would have liked a rec hall for a longer stay. Some of the back-in sites seemed longer. At our site we could let rear of RV hang over the grass for room to park the truck in front. We camped at Oak Lawn RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay:
November, 2012 -
Ashton Run is an older 90-space mobile home park that has 10 RV spaces. The park is being redeveloped, so many - maybe two-thirds - of the mobile home spaces are empty. Some brand new mobile homes and some older mobile homes. A few small children. Office has posted hours; suggest calling ahead. The RV spaces are all together in a row in the center of the park. Paved streets, speed humps, with very flat grass sites. No trees. Received the standard broadcast digital TV stations via RV antenna. No rec hall, laundry or bathhouse, so must be self-contained. Park was quiet and clean. US-98 between Fairfield & Blue Angel has many services: gas, fast food, retail, laundromat. Wal-Mart & Target are at the corner of Blue Angel & Sorrento, just north of NASP west gate. If you are outside your RV at 8am, most days you can hear the national anthem at NASP. We stayed here while visiting family members stationed nearby. We have been to P’cola with our RV at least 10 times; have stayed at Big Lagoon, Oak Grove, even in Lillian, AL; this was our longest stay; first time at this place; would stay here again. Rate shown is based on monthly rent. We stayed here two months, tried it for one and then added a second. We camped at Ashton Run Mobile Home and RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.