Date of Stay:
May, 2017 -
This is our 4th stay at Compass and as before it's always a pleasure. The owner's are fairly new and have taken an old run down park and have made so many improvements. They are constantly adding new additions and improvements, (1) paving patio areas, (2) beautifications, (3) club house (4) huge outside entertainment area, (5) free entertainment on the weekends, (6) little treats during the week and weekends, ice cream social during the summer, pancake breakfast on Saturday, (7) they have added expedite check in, (8) gated the property, (9) escort you to your site and help to guide you, (10) they are adding (26 more sites I think) upgraded sites to another area, (11) up and coming pool, (12) very friendly and helpful staff, (13) owners live at the park and really care about the park, (14) people are always walking and riding their bikes in the park, etc..... I really like the park and the convenience to the interstate, St. Augustine and Daytona, shopping and dining. We camped at Compass RV Park (formerly Indian Forest Campground) in a Travel Trailer.
There is a pond for catch and release fishing and a closed off dog park. Bring bug repellant for those pesty Southern bugs for the evening entertainment.
Date of Stay:
March, 2016 -
The new owners have done a lot of improvements since their ownership and constantly working on improvements. We checked this park out (formerly Indian Forest Campground) and there is no way we would have stayed there. The time we checked it out there may have been three campers there.
There seemed to be a lot of upper scale motor coaches, I assume because of the park having so many pull-through spacious sites. The park stayed pretty full while we were there for five days. You have an escort to show you to your site and help with parking.
I noticed very few children compared to most parks and that was great to me.
We go to St. Augustine around four to five times a year and we will stay at the Compass RV Park again. Access to everything is just minutes away and less traffic on 207 than on 206/16 and back to I-95 just minutes away. We camped at Compass RV Park (formerly Indian Forest Campground) in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
January, 2016 -
This is not an RV Resort as the name in entails; it is a cabin/trailer rental and sales. There is only a few what they call RV sites. We were in one of the two that was together when we stayed and it was a yard with hookups, no pavement or anything except a very small patio and picnic bench. We had a really hard time getting in the space and out of it because of the closeness of all the trailers (park trailers with porches and driveways). All the park trailers had porches, decks and screened rooms which take up all the real estate. There was a pool but too cold to use it.
The office personnel were friendly.
I really have nothing nice to say about this place unless you are renting or buying a park trailer and you better like your neighbors because you are really close to them. We camped at Pepper Tree RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.