Date of Stay: May, 2014
Nice home base for visiting St. Augustine (10 min) and Jacksonville (30 min). Easy to get to, good entrance, main road is paved, other roads are gravel but level. Sites are level, crushed gravel, concrete patios. There are gullies at the edges of the sites to help drain water away during rain but just go slow and you won't have problems going over them. Free Tengo WiFi that works fine if you do simple surfing and mail (no downloads or streaming or you will be throttled). Very pet friendly, all dogs were well-behaved and everyone seemed to pick up after them. Most spots are shady but some full sun. Quiet, clean, friendly. We would definitely come back here again.
Date of Stay: May, 2014
Nice clean park, fair number of semi-permanent mobile homes here, so not a lot of sites for RV's passing through. The roads are paved but a bit narrow, and the sites are crushed gravel but level. We didn't have any issues with our pull through site. They do have pet weight restriction (35lbs) and aggressive breed restrictions. We called since we have two labs and they made an exception because it was their slow season. We did see a few dogs over the 35lb limit so I guess they do make exceptions regularly. I'd consider them to be more dog-neutral than dog-friendly. You cannot walk your dog through the campground, only in specified dog walk areas. We were placed near the back of the campground since our dogs were over the weight limit. Our closest area was actually outside the fenced campground right by the rain runoff. No pens allowed either. Front office is very friendly and helpful. Trash pickup is once a day around 9:30am. No free WiFi at campsites, only in the office.
Date of Stay: April, 2014
Stayed here twice in April, first time right after we got our new motorhome from Lazydays, the second time a few weeks after to get a couple of repairs done. Very nice campground, paved sites, full hookups, and wide paved roads to get to each site. Makes it very easy to back into your site. Campground provides tickets for free breakfast and lunches at The Front Porch (cafeteria in sales building), if you get the daily special. Otherwise, the tickets give you $3 off your meal. Very dog friendly, you can walk your dog through the campground, sales area, service area, and even into the sales office. There are dog poop stations and also a couple dog runs (separated into small/large dogs). The Wi-Fi here has spoiled us. We haven't found another campground that even comes close. Didn't use any of the amenities in the campground, but the pool and hot tub looked very nice (screened in). Campground also has a free driver confidence course that is definitely worth doing, no matter how long you've been driving your coach. There's a classroom lecture in the morning for one hour, then driving in the afternoon. Very happy with our stay here, would stay here again.