Date of Stay:
January, 2014 -
This is a great place for an overnight stop while traveling the 95 corridor. Few things the park could improve on though. The sites are level but if it rains the site pad turns to mud so you track mud all over your RV. They could use a better quality toilet paper in the restrooms. The single ply tissue paper they use is terrible. Also make sure they give you the Good Sam Rate if applicable. We told them we are Good Sam members and they did not give us the discounted rate, but since the office was closed upon our departure, I just blew it off but will make sure they do on the next stay. But overall this is a great park, eazy on and off, clean restrooms and nice pull through sites. We camped at RVacation RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
December, 2013 -
This park needs lots of improvement. First off this is not a tourist park, it is mostly long-term campers who are here on contract jobs from out of town. There is no maintenance or upkeep of the park, all the sites are nothing but grass which turns to mud every time it rains or snows. Sites are not level either. If it snows, trees fall on your camper and destroy it, two campers completely destroyed during our stay. There are two maintenance workers on-site, but only one of them actually cares and will help you if you need something. The restrooms, showers and laundry are very rustic, old and filthy. While we were there, a camper had his back window broken out and everything was stolen out of the camper, so this place is not safe, nor does it supply any security. There were some reports of campers having their LP tanks stolen too. Be careful what you say to the lady that works in the office, she will tell everyone your business. The owner is very indifferent, unfortunately they are the only long-term camping park in the area and they know it, so complaining about anything in the office is not worth your trouble, basically the attitude is, you’re more than welcome to leave or find someplace better. So bottom line, if you are a tourist, I recommend you stay away and find another campground. If you are here on a long-term job, it is the only game in town, but you have been warned. Too bad too, this could be a nice park if the owner cared for it. We camped at Hillwood Camping Park in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
November, 2013 -
This is a great park, very close to Orlando and lots of outdoor activities. Would be nice if they had full hookup for longer stays but we managed. We stayed over the Vets Day Holiday so it was not too crowded. Just a word to wise, never stay here during any Bike/Motorcycle even. The bikers do not care about the quiet hours and you will never get sleep. Other than that, I highly recommend this park. We camped at Tomoka State Park in a Travel Trailer.