Date of Stay: June, 2013
This was an AWESOME park! We had the best time! They have plenty of space at each campsite. The restroom facilities are numerous and scattered all throughout the site. The pool and splash pad were practically brand new and in excellent condition. My children loved the pool and splash pad! This park is very bike friendly and has several fun bike trails (my husband and I saw an alligator, lots of bunnies, turtle eggs, and a snake while riding our bikes). The downside to this park is that you have to drive to the beach (unless you want to bike ride, but we have too much stuff for that). I will stay here at each beach trip. We had that much fun!
Date of Stay: May, 2013
This was a fun park for my family. They had a nice lazy river, large water slide, and pool. There was a lake to fish/kayak/pedal boat in. We stayed on the lake (or water) side and it was a nice view. We stayed during Memorial Day weekend, so the park was completely full. None the less, we were still able to enjoy the activities that the park offered. If you have an ATV and like to ride it, this is a place for you. They have about 90 acres designated for ATV trails. The downsides to this park were the smaller lots (I know this was a busy season, so it might not matter much during other times). Our camping neighbor had several cars parked (almost on top of our camper) that they took up some of our campsite and even ran over our sewage line and cradle. The park should limit the amount of vehicles per site allowed. The ATVs are noisy during the day (and they are not supposed to ride them through the park but they do--so watch out!), but night time was quiet. Another downside was that it was expensive. For 3 nights, my family spend around $250. (this did include a holiday surcharge, but they make you pay extra for the amenities).