Date of Stay: August, 2008
We stayed here for the 2008 summer season. This is a very well run family owned campground. The owners are very hard workers and are constantly making updates to the camp sites and cabins. The cabins are absolutely beautiful and very well maintained. The website has a lot of information about the local area and things to do. The store is beautiful and well stocked employees are very friendly. The RV sites are level and clean. You must be able to get along with your neighbor, because of the closeness of the sites. The staff had people on duty constantly and any problems that are reported are taken care of immediately. I would stay here again, I just wish the season was longer. It is so beautiful.
Date of Stay: July, 2007
The new owners are working very hard to improve on the CG, they are the friendliest people we have met in a long time. They had many activities for the children a very nice store and a very clean pool and lots of shade trees. They even tolerated our new puppy. We will be back.
Date of Stay: March, 2007
The sites by the water are beautiful and are back ins. The other sites seem to be all pull throughs in a u shape so they are a little odd to navigate your parking. The park is very nicely maintained and quiet. There is also an outside museum of old military aircraft and tanks, for your viewing pleasure. We will definitely come back here again.
Date of Stay: February, 2007
This park was terrible, I have never seen such tight spots, it was like herding cows backwards into a narrow hallway. Some campers could not even open their slides, just wall to wall campers, and very expensive. I hope that there is never a fire because people would never get out. I think it may be a fire hazard the way campers are packed in like sardines. Next time I will stay at Bahia Hondo State Park.
Date of Stay: February, 2007
This park is beautiful and the spaces are large and well groomed. We stayed here one week. The springs are absolutely beautiful and must be seen. There is so much to do here, hike, bike ,walk and swim, and kayak. I never wanted to leave, The landscape is hilly with pine trees and palm trees. Beware of the bears.
Date of Stay: October, 2006
The park is new clean and very beautiful.T he trees are young so not very big and there is no shade available yet, once the trees mature it will be perfect. The swimming pool is very nice and big. The sites are very large cement pads and are very easy to get into even the backup sites. You will need to have a sewer stand, I call them caterpillars or slinkys, but they are mandatory if you do not have one they will provide one to you. Over all it was a very nice campground probably the cleanest one we have ever stayed at. The facilities have a pool table and ping pong table, the laundry room is clean and has a screened in porch. Dogs and children seem to be welcome.