There aren't very many choices in this area of the Florida coast, but I'll try to find something better next time. This KOA is right on a busy highway and is a bit tricky to get in and out. The road noise and a train track across the highway affords little peace and quiet. The staff is wonderful and accommodating. The bath/shower rooms (only two, however) are wonderful. The WiFi was difficult, with a weak signal, so had lots of trouble getting online. The cable, however, was fine and pretty good selection of channels. The biggest negatives for us is that it is almost all gravel with very little "green". The closeness of sites is an issue. There were even rigs parked in the middle of the gravel parking lot. And, the road noise. They are close to the beaches and restaurants, museums, etc, so that's a big plus. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
People were very nice and we were given instructions for pulling in through back gate as we had a large motorhome with tow. Still very difficult to enter the park, although pull-through site was nearby. Lots of traffic lights when getting off turnpike to get here. Too difficult with a big rig. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park has nice landscaping outside the fence: palm trees and shrubs. Inside the park is mostly gravel and it isn't all that pretty. There has been an attempt to "green up" the park, but it has a long way to go. Pluses are that it was very easy to level and access our site. Hookups were good and even the WiFi was good. (That is rare!) Everything was clean and neat. The park is small and there are few amenities. There is some street noise and some train noise. Location is both a blessing and a curse, as you can actually walk to Wendy's and the Publix Market, also to a large water channel where we saw dolphin. The general location is near the Fort Pierce Marina, which is being beautifully redeveloped. Staff seemed good: pleasant, and caring about the experience. From the highway it is hard to find the park. Look for the tall KOA flags and for the Wendy's sign in the sky. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is essentially a lot with sites located around its perimeter. The surface is gravel with some grass between sites and a paver surface with a picnic table. As another reviewer noted the entrance was very tight for our 44ft 5th wheel and we needed to get some help moving some vehicles to get out, but it works for big rigs. Just make sure you approach the gate from the north. Its located right on US-1 and we were two spots from the street. The gate near our site was left open at night and our bicycle was stolen from the front of the RV. They need better security. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is the worst campground we have ever been in. When making our reservation we were told that it would be no problem to park our 44 ft. motorhome. Well for starters it was very difficult to get in through the gate. You have to make a very sharp turn from the road onto their property and I mean sharp! Secondly the staff just stood and watched our approach with no help. After checking in I had to ask someone to help guide us to our "pull through" site. Another joke...we had to go through our site and then turn around in a very small field trying to avoid the fire pits along the way. This KOA is not big rig friendly. My partner is an excellent driver. Be aware! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful RV park. Everything is clean and manicured to perfection. People were so friendly and welcoming. A wonderful musician performs regularly in the club house. The pool is beautiful. I truly felt like I was in a first class resort staying here. The sites are very spacious. I only wish we were here longer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This a nice, clean park, very friendly, the sites are wide and spaced well. It has easy access to US1 and shopping; a very short drive to the ocean. The park is extremely pet friendly and even offers a pet play area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This KOA is small but nice. Great for overnight or a couple of days. Was here for 3 days. This KOA is at 16 feet elevation. Stayed in Site 9 which offered 30/50 amp service and full Hookups. Wi-Fi was available at no additional charge. Roads are gravel with gravel site and brick patio. Site spacing was good. Campground is pet friendly. Wal-Mart was 6 miles from campground and Publix Grocery was 0.5 miles. A new building is under construction for Office, Showers, Laundry and etc. Staff is very customer oriented. Was able to receive Dish 110/119 Satellite TV, AT&T Wireless G3 Internet and AT&T Cellular Service from this site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Website directions have you getting off I-95 exit 131A to access campground. This is fine, although a sharp left, almost U turn into campground off of US Hwy 1. This campground address did not come up on our GPS so I used 1819 4th St, Fort Pierce and found it no trouble. If you access campground from the north off US Hwy 1, it would be an easy right turn. Large gravel common area and all sites back-in gravel and level with a brick patio area. No cable, poor Wi-Fi, especially at night, plenty of lighting in campground. Some street noises and trains noises if your windows are open. Some stores and restaurants within walking distance. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice and friendly park. We had a lake front lot right near the store/office. Lots of activities - music on Friday and Saturday nights. We used the pool and the fire pit. All worked great. Church service on Sunday morning. Our biggest complaint was we couldn't stay longer! We would stay here again (and we will)! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice resort with large and wide sites and beautiful mature trees. The sites are not paved, but there is a pad with a picnic table. WiFi is only available on the deck in the clubhouse. There is a small restaurant on site, but we found it inconsistent. It depends on who is doing the cooking. There is a small store as well, which is handy for an emergency. We found that there was a bit of division between the French speaking and the English speaking community here. We speak very little French so it was difficult to communicate. The resort is about 8 miles from beautiful beaches. Shopping is also fairly close. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park was somewhat remote but quiet and well organized. It is mainly semi-permanent rigs with many cottages. Everything is well maintained and has many activities for everyone including entertainment on Friday nights. The transient spots were adequate with reasonable accessibility. We would return if needing to be near Fort Pierce or Port Lucie. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Older park and HUGE! We were assigned a site, which was really too small for our travel trailer with slide, barely had room for slide, NO room to extend awning. Sites are close together, and most campers are seasonal. We had good shade at site, and backed up to small golf course. Dog friendly. Activities are many, and had a good Sunday service (non-denominational). We stayed a week. Not sure about the cost shown, as we lost the receipt, but they do discount with Good Sam and longer stays. Probably would not return. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a nice park, with many trees, lots of green space and activities (pool, little lake, small golf course) but the park fails to tell pet owners of a problem with Bufo/cane frogs. These frogs are common to this park and extremely toxic. 2 dogs have recently died after encounters with these frogs, all it takes is a dog to touch this frog with mouth area, and it is fatal in less than 30 minutes). I believe they should warn guest when checking in about this danger. Has a serious problem with some French Canadians during winter. They take over the park. Very rude and unfriendly. We will not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I have reviewed many parks in the past and never have I given one a low ranking until now. We spent 6 weeks here. First, there is Wi-Fi but only available if you sit on their store porch. Second, the park has many large trees, most of which tower over the RV's. We had constant pine cones falling on our roof. We also had a big branch dangling by a thread near the front of our trailer where we parked. Twice we brought it to the attention of the office saying we feared it would fall on our vehicle; we were told we'd be put on the list for removal but their picker was presently broken. 4 weeks later the branch fell and luckily our vehicle wasn't there at the time because it would have been damaged. I later learned another camper, who was a resident, has been on the "list" for 2 years now for a dangling branch. Third, this park has a duel personality; one during off season, another during season. During off season the park is friendly, more relaxed and quiet. But in late fall many French Canadians snowbirds seem to take over the park; they are not a friendly bunch and the atmosphere is more tense. There also seems to be 2 sets of rules, one for Americans, another for the Canadians and rule violations aren't uniform. Lastly, they claim to be pet friendly but unless your dog is a stuffed animal it is not true. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This place is not a resort. If you want to feel like a sardine in a can, meet some of the most unfriendly and rude people I have ever seen, then this is the place for you. It is 80% French Canadians, and they don't seem to want to have anything to do with the Americans in camp. It is extremely over-priced for what you get. You may think that it is cheaper than the other camps in Fort Pierce, but we landed up paying a lot more than we thought we were going to pay for a space for the month of Feb. Would never stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice park but it is mostly permanent RV's and park models. There are a few sites for transient RV'ers but from what I saw not many. I was put on F5, though there were two other sites available, I was not allowed to go to them. I was told they were reserved for 40 ft rigs coming. My fifth wheel is 38 ft but that didn't matter. F5 had a large palm tree on right side and a electric post on the left side that I had to negotiate entering the site. With some difficulty I got into the site. Then putting the slides out, my left slide went out over the concrete pad and picnic table of the neighboring site. My TV slide was just in front of the sign post with the site number. It was a tight fit and I was not happy when a Minnie Winnie came into the site that was reserved for a 40 footer. Other than that, the streets are paved, the laundry is excellent and dog walking is good with plenty of grass. Lots of French Canadians in the park. Park is close to Vero Beach and Port St. Lucie. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was our second RV trip, and found this campsite to be a very nice place. We camped in July and there were virtually no other campers other than the local live-ins. It would have been nice to have been able to meet and hang out with other campers. The site was clean and easy to get into. The grounds were very clean as were the restrooms and showers. The store has everything you would ever need and the staff was very friendly and patronizing. Cable, sewer, electric, and water all perfect. The par 3 golf course was excellent and challenging. First time I ever played free golf. We definitely will be back this fall when more people seem to be there. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a campground not a resort. Should really be called Quebec South. Staff was very nice and friendly, the sites are level. Considering how many guests have pets, it would be nice if they would place doggie waste cans around. English is not the favored language. Would stay again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a large 38 acre campground. This was our first time visiting. The site was level, good power, water pressure was great and yes, cable (79 ch.) was available to all campsites. The pool was very clean and they have a very nicely stocked store. The owners and employee's were very friendly. The landscaping was great. A Winn-Dixie was a short distance down the road and a strip mall. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very good campground. Staff is helpful and courteous. Facilities are very pretty. The restrooms are among the best we have seen. There is a small on-site restaurant / tavern which is handy. WIFI is central on their porch area. The only drawback is that Ft Pierce is a good place with Hutchinson Island beaches, but not Florida's best destination. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed 8 nights here. The brochure/web site says cable "available". When we arrived we found out you have to contact the local cable provider and set up an account with them. Then you have to pay a service fee to have them come to the site and manually hook it up and pay for one month minimum. Essentially there is no cable for transients. This would definitely been nice to know beforehand. Also upon arrival we found our site had been re-graded that day and was fresh dirt and quite messy. Gravel or process after the grading would have been nice. Our only other complaint was even though there were approximately 17 transient sites many remained vacant while 3 different RV'S were assigned immediately adjacent to our site limiting our privacy. The park is however overall nice with many permanents almost all nicely maintained, quiet, and pleasant. The showers and laundry area were clean, modern and the showers were free. The store had all the basics and the prices were very reasonable (nice not to be gouged like some other places). The pool area was clean and new, but not much else to do here. The beach was not too far but we chose to venture south. The staff was friendly and helpful however this park seems to primarily cater to and be occupied by middle to older aged permanent campers with not much for younger families. Not much to do outside the park either. We would probably not return not because of the resort itself, but rather the overall area of Fort Pierce. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Though we did pay for a site, over the phone, before our arrival the only problem here was that we arrived at midnight and there was no security at the gate, which was wide open. So we just drove on in, and made ourselves at home at the nearest available site. This place was packed, but we found a site nonetheless. We woke up the next morning, got our showers, had breakfast, and were on our way. Pretty transparent to say the least. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed for 6 weeks. Rural environment only 3 miles to ocean. A number of golf courses nearby. Access to Hutchinson Island about 5 miles away. Has a laundry mat, paved roads, and concrete pads at site. There were activities at the camp grounds but I was working nearby and didn't partake. I think the daily rate is alot but I was paying the monthly rate and that was good. People running the resort were very friendly. There was a small store at the office. There is not a lot in Fort Pierce but you are not that far from Port St Lucie. Plus you can get to miles and miles of open beach on Hutchinson Island. I would definitely come here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We were at the Savannas in October; our son and family were there during the Christmas holidays, and we were just there again in June. Beautiful place! I guess I would personally rate it a 10 if it had lots of shade or a pool or Wi-Fi or paved sites. It is truly a nature park, with a stream, the grassy savanna, natural Florida trees, and of course the entertaining sandhill cranes. The people who work here are very friendly and helpful. I could go on and on. We will definitely be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a beautiful park! What a "find" for us. It's kinda hard to get to the information on the web, but so glad we did. The developed site we had was right on by the water (stream) and teaming with wildlife. The staff was very helpful and courteous with check-in and check-out (volunteers). I love that the canoe rental is onsite. The sites had fire-rings, but there was no firewood for sale in the area, only at the park. Unfortunately, their price was a dollar per log. Kinda high, I felt. The doggie park is quite new and very, very nice. We had sufficient space between sites and no tight turns to get in and out of the park. We will return and do more hiking, kayaking and more. One suggestion: add some food items for sale at the office, e.g. marshmallows, cold drinks, charcoal. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was a great place. The sites where wide. We were by the stream. Very quiet place. Great dog park. If you fish, kayak, canoe- this is the place to go. It is gated so after hours it's closed. But, it is a county park, so it's opened to the public. We didn't have satellite. The campground didn't have cable. It hasn't been a problem using an antennae since we've been close enough to major cities to get major networks. But, here for some reason, we could only get ABC and WB. Also, it would be nice to have someplace to swim (you can't in the stream--alligators). Maybe a garbage can by the main bathroom/laundry. Other than that I would have given a 10. We did have a problem backing in because our site was opposite a large grassy area. So, my husband thought that's easy just to go straight back. But, it had rained there, so we ended up getting stuck in the mud. Thankfully we have road side. We don't blame the campground for that. It was our error. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice Campground, enjoyed the abundance of wading birds and Sandhills walking around. Could watch them and alligators from my site. Site was level & decent sized. I could only pick up a couple of channels via my antenna. ABC, PBS, and a few religious stations. The Wi-Fi mostly worked great but at other times was frustrating. The train was not a problem at night for me. My Verizon MiFi and Sprint phone worked okay. I would stay here again if in the area. You do have to have $20 in cash for a gate card; they make no exceptions for this. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park! Neat and tidy, nice water view with a fire ring etc. If we had known it was going to be this nice we would have stayed longer, but had already made reservations up the road. Sites are a nice size and level! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This lovely county park has easily accessed, gravel, level sites separated by grass and/or shrubbery. Utilities were good. Park Wi-Fi was weak and intermittent but AT&T phone and data service were good in the area. The area was very quiet except for lively bird calls and distant train noises. Restrooms, showers and laundry facilities were clean and functional but not attractive. A nice playground, canoe rentals and a ban on alcohol consumption promote a family friendly atmosphere. We would be happy to stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We had no trouble checking in as previous reviewers stated. We knew about the $20.00 key deposit because it states it on their website - it was no problem. The campsites are very small and very close together. There is about 20 feet between you and your neighbors on either side. There are no shady sites. Most sites do back up to some sort of water feature (canal, wetlands). The roads are packed dirt and it is very dusty when there hasn't been rain in a while. The campground is in a nice setting with many water features, and, as the name infers, wetland savannahs to look at. The restrooms were dated, but clean. We did have issues with a group of campers next to us for a couple of nights. They had many motorcycles and were riding them around the campground into the early morning hours, along with playing loud music. The campground finally evicted them late the second night. There are several restaurants and shopping nearby. We went to the St. Lucie County Aquarium nearby. It is a small aquarium, but has some interesting marine life. It was only $7.00 for the two of us. The Savanna's is only open from October to May. It was filled mostly by snowbirds staying long-term. We may return to this campground because it is close enough for a weekend trip, but only if we can't get into one of other campgrounds near us. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Best kept secret in this part of Florida. Have stayed here a few times and it was like I owned the the place, nobody was here! The snowbirds do come in the winter but still not that many. Nice quiet place. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Overall a good park. Will return to camp here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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After a reservation/check-in nightmare, DH finally solves dilemma by showing office guy the res book that no one is checking in until Sunday after we leave, so we got to stay on site #2. A stressful start to the weekend. Guy in site #3 says he camps here a lot and it is always screwed up like that. Park is nice, lots of recreation: golf course next door, Pow Wow circle, lots of grass around all the sites, big rig friendly, pets allowed, kid friendly, has b-ball court, volleyball nets, canoes/kayaks for rent, 1 trail to observation tower, most sites are on the canal, very nice playground. 33 FHU sites, 20 w/e, the rest are tents. They have opened 13 new sites in north center area. Park will be open for camping from Oct-April since it has no pool or water to swim in and very few camp in summer here. There is a train 1 block away that blows a whistle every 90 minutes or so at night. After the first few times we heard it we blocked it out. Saw a small gator in the canal and there were fish and birds: don't know what kind. Saw no other wildlife in park though. Weekend would have been perfect except for that office worker. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place is pretty much known only to the locals but it's a nice park that offers laundry,kayak/canoe rentals, picnic tables/fire pits, children's playground, volleyball area, fishing and birding. Close to the Indian River, the ocean, UDT/SEAL museum and a nice restaurant in Jenson Beach called Conchy Joe's Seafood. Only downer is their check in. We pulled in at 4:59 ( hit some traffic ) and we were lucky to get the male attendant to stay long enough to at least tell us our reservation site. For people who show up after he closes you might be caught between a rock and a hard place. When you do check in, you need to have $20.00 in cash to "buy/rent" the magnetic gate controller. That was never mentioned in our phone call(s) while making our reservations. Other campers had similar experiences with the check in process - no attempt to provide real service. Other than that, a great CG with nice sites, reasonable prices, good facilities and grounds keepers that take pride in their facility. We would be happy to return for an extended stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Rate reflects the weekly rate. This park is perfectly manicured; I don't know what the previous reviewer was speaking of. This is a little "Disney-like", it's so perfect. That being said, there are lots of rules to obey, so if that is a problem, don't come here. We were here in June, so the park was very quiet; in the winter it must have a different feel. The bathrooms, showers, laundry and pool area are fastidiously clean. Sites are concrete pads with picnic tables, a little small as they would rather you keep your table on the pad. The spacing between sites was not an issue for us as the park was pretty empty, but again, in season they might be a little too close. We had no vehicle with us, could bike to the Home Depot, but the roads are not bike friendly (I-95, the Turnpike and Okeechobee Road). We would come here again for a short stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I reviewed this park in previous years, giving 9's and 10's. If you are a short term guest, still a 9, but as a seasonal, a 7 at best. Why? First, the owners have yet to make the necessary Wi-Fi improvements which is unacceptable!! Next, the grounds and landscaping are no longer "pristine". Lack of mowing, no mulch, and more weeds give the grounds an unkempt appearance. The grounds crew does more riding around in golf carts than working. This park calls itself a "resort." It used to be, and it can be again with a little effort on the part of the new managers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean. WiFi was spotty at best. Loads of seasonals. Our site was Very narrow. Neighbor's sewer connection was about 12 inches from our picnic table. Next winter, we'll try Alabama. Campground is pet friendly, but some of the seasonals are not. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very well run park. Nice people working there and friendly guests too. We spent a week there. No internet at site but strong at office and around pool. Maybe a little pricey but still liked the park. Very quite at night and early morning. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We like this park so much that after a month here we decided to trade the motorhome for a fifth wheel and stay with them long-term: live at the park for 4 months and store it on-site for 8; all at a very reasonable price (Monthly rate Jan thru Mar). Treasure Coast RV Resort has it all. Newly designed for today’s RVs’ needs: great 50 amp, water, sewer and cable hook ups in modern, lighted pedestals at large, level concrete pads with picnic tables, a nice heated pool, recently replaced laundry machines, immaculate bath house and weekly organized events. Landscaping is beautiful and well-tended with palm trees throughout, but not enough to interfere with your satellite receiver (which really isn’t needed because of the excellent cable service.) The WiFi, as with all parks, is weak and slow in places, so we invested in a mobile hot spot and never looked back. Alternatively, there’s good WiFi access for your laptop at the office or you can use the computer set up there for guests. Although convenient to the Turnpike and I-95, traffic noise is not an issue, and the park actually borders on farm land to the north. The staff folks are the best ever: super friendly, competent and very willing to help. Great mail system, free coffee available all day and lots of local information organized in binders at the office. Fort Pierce’s historic district is quaint with a big craft & farmers’ market on Saturdays, an active live theater and many events throughout the month. The shopping, beaches and entertainment venues of Vero Beach, Port St Lucie and Stuart are all within a half hour; West Palm Beach is an hour south, while Daytona and Orlando are two hours away. I’ve written 108 other reviews over the years, and this is my last: we’ve found our destination. Thanks to the site facilitator and to everyone on-line for their very helpful reviews; happy travels to all. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice and clean park. We stayed here overnight while passing through and visiting friends. Had to meet our friends at the gate as they were not allowed to drive back to pick us up; that seemed a bit odd. but overall a very nice place where one could spend part of the winter. Landscaped nicely - good cement sites and good power. Very clean restroom and shower. Would liked to have stayed a couple more days to relax, but Disney was on the schedule. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
The park was clean but the lot sizes vary from spacious to very tight. The road noise was terrible and we did not sit outside due to the noise and the fact that we were on top of the neighbor's sewer hose. We had to place the provided picnic table under one of our slide-outs, or climb over the table to get to our truck. We asked for another lot and was denied. The laundry was clean. We didn't feel that the people were friendly. We will not be returning. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Spent two winter months here. Everyone was very nice, grounds are well kept, pool & hot tub area are very clean. Went out of their way to be sure you got settled in your site. Stay away from sites #1-30 & 129-146 if your are a light sleeper. The field beside the park has a dog that barks and a rooster that crows all night. The management was very understanding, we were not the first to complain. They reassigned us to a site on the other end of the park and we slept like babies. WalMart and Walgreens are close by, Publix grocery is 5 miles away. Downtown Ft. Pierce and inter-coastal bridge to Hutchinson Island have been refurbished, and are nice to visit with lots of interesting restaurants. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the best RV parks we have stayed in while in Florida. Everything in this park is clean and well maintained. The staff is great and very helpful. They offer a lot of activities for many different interest. Even though snowbirds winter here, it does not look like a trailer park as other RV parks in Florida do during the winter. The sites are kept tidy with no sheds or junk accumulating around them. All sites are on level concrete pads with a picnic table and plenty of room for your toad. There are small trees but nothing large enough to block your roof mounted satellite dish. Free Internet worked fine as did our sprint 3G phones. Big rig access was good with no tight turns for even the largest rigs. Diesel truck stops as well as a Home Depot, Walmart, and Cracker Barrel are all close by. We stayed here in our 40 ft with 4 slides and did not feel squeezed in, we will definitely come back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I have reviewed this park several years ago and gave it a 10 and still cannot find a thing wrong with this place. It is still a 10. I have never rated any campground a 10 except this place. They go out of their way to provide fun and entertainment, graciousness, beauty and just a great atmosphere. This trip it was warm and I enjoyed the heated pool and the water fitness was great. Having been in the pool business, I checked the chemical levels of both the pool and hot tub with test strips and they were perfect. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Clean, clean, clean and friendly. Came down in my toy hauler to work/ride my motorcycle and really a superb find. Spots are flat and everything worked as advertised. Not interested nor did I inquire on activities, but if you want a clean, quiet, place to park and relax, I'd recommend it. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Beautiful park. Staff was very helpful. Everything: laundry room, bathrooms, showers, was sparkling clean. People were very friendly. Wide roads: plenty of space to move around and get situated. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here one night on our way to Key West. The campground is right between I-95 and the Florida turnpike. The office staff and host were friendly and very professional. The pull-through site we were on was great. Plenty of room between the sites and the landscaping is beautiful. Bonus was we could wash our campers which had the fronts covered in bugs from our drive south. Would stay again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This has to be the cleanest campground and the nicest one we have been in for quite some time. The sites are concrete pads with grass and palm trees around. Electric, water, and sewer are located in the right spots. Our site was a pull through when no one was in the other site behind us. There are a few adjoining sites like that but the sites are all angled for easy back in and are plenty large enough for big rigs. The rest rooms look like a hotel restroom; exceptionally clean. The shower stalls are small rooms with a door and have hooks for hanging clothes and a seat. The laundry room has six washers and dryers that look like new. Adjoining the laundry room to the rear is a screened in porch area that overlooks the pond. A very nice place to sit and read a book while your laundry is being done. The staff is very friendly and someone guides you to your site and helps you get it into place. I am told that it is booked for the 2012 winter season already and I have no doubt about it. It is a really nice location and I would camp here again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We spent the winter at treasure coast this past year and I must say it was a delight. The people running the park go out of their way to help you with any problem you might have. Each site has concrete pads and has beautiful landscaping. The only fault I have is no ice machine. Great place to stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Top notch in most aspects, except the WIFI. The WIFI is unreliable, and slow, if you can get on. Terrible, plan to bring your own access if internet is important. Everything else is great, the pool is sparkling clean. Dog owners have only a small area in the front designated as a dog walk - not close at all for most campers and their dogs to get to - and there is no fenced area for the dogs to be off leash. Dogs are welcome, just a small area for relief! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had used this campground for overnight during the summer, coming and going from the keys because of it's excellent location - 1/2 mile between the turnpike and I-95, right on SR 70. This time spent the month of March. It is gated, nice staff, office, pool, laundry; it has a small lake. All sites are wide cement; paved interior roads. Well landscaped and kept up. There are 3 large truck stops at the same exits... so fuel is as cheap as it gets. There is some traffic noise if the wind is right and your windows are open; but nothing annoying. All of the shopping you need is 2-5 miles away or go to Vero Beach, about 15 miles. Orange Blvd has a diner worth checking out... 1st red light going east off I-95. Good food and prices; it's the only thing in an otherwise industrial area - but stop away. There isn't any reason not to give this park a ten. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean well managed RV resort type campground. Sites are adequate but not very spacious for the amount charged. All utilities worked well and all sites have a concrete pad to park on. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an excellent RV Park. Park is very well landscaped with St Augustine grass and concrete pads, with water and electric hook up in a central tower, and sewer hook up in a center location. Staff is very friendly and helpfully and the park is very well maintained. No permanent units or park models. They have a weekly and monthly rate that is not bad for high season, but get your reservations in early. Internet is free but reception can be weak and connection speed is slow, but this is not a reason to downgrade this park. We will definitely return next year. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Everything about the park is nice: sites, staff, and amenities. The grounds landscaping is very pretty and meticulously maintained. The parks location, between I-95 and the tollway, is convenient yet there isn't loud traffic noise. The showers are spotless and roomy although the water pressure isn't very good. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Absolutely outstanding park, very clean, well laid out and very friendly and helpful staff. Concrete pads for coach and toad. Limited pull-throughs. We only stayed one night on our way to the Keys. Perhaps the nicest park that we stayed at all summer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had only planed on staying a few days to meet some friends but when we arrived and saw what a great place it was we extended our stay. The sites were spacious all concrete for both RV and truck. Park managers were very friendly and helpful. The streets were well lighted and well paved. The clubhouse and pool area were kept clean and well maintained. Many activities and free entertainment on a few evenings. It is a 1/2 hour drive to the beaches or town but it's worth the drive. We have made reservations for next year. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Absolutely a beautiful park but we left a month early as the beaches are not like the west coast and there is not a lot of things to do. The pool and hot tub was great, spent many hours there. Very helpful staff but the managers husband could come across as pretty rough at times. People were friendly but there was an obvious click as many of the year returned guest had a lot of friends established. Quite a few Quebec Canadians so often you could not understand what they were saying as they spoke in French. We camped here in a Motorhome.
As others have said, it is a great resort. One thing not mentioned was the pool is not heated as we used it today and the water was cold. The hot tub was 103 and wonderful. We are here for a week and do not mind the cool water. Just wanted to make everyone aware of it. Free oranges and all kinds of activities going on. Easy in and out and one mile to Wal-Mart and Applebees. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The rate is the approximate monthly rate with taxes and electric charges. We've stayed in hundreds of campgrounds all over the country. There are a few that are fancier, better landscaped and have larger sites. But this is the best run RV Park that we've stayed in. And all of those things, landscaping, and site size, are quite adequate. In addition to that Ft. Pierce is a great location and a friendly, not so busy town. The people are great; they have good water and beach access without having to hunt for parking or change to pay for it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Among the cleanest bathrooms, pool, and spa we have ever seen. The staff and seasonal residents were very friendly and helpful. They had a band and dancing the night we were here and the staff invited us to attend. The whole campground was clean and inviting. We especially appreciate that there is a separate walking path. We will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place is amazing! We had late check in and more than the required paperwork was available and waiting for us. It is well lit and I am not kidding when I say this is the cleanest park I have ever seen. Everything is perfect and brand new. You cannot be disappointed here! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We're stopping here on our way home. What a nice surprise. Concrete pads and very level. Very good location between I-95 and Florida's Turnpike. The park is very well taken care of and the reception is terrific. They do have a lot of rules, but I don't think that detracts from this campground. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice quiet little campground. Easy access from I95. Lots of restaurants and shopping in the general area. Staff very friendly and helpful. Park is clean and well maintained. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What can I say about Treasure Coast? There may not be a lot of activities during the summer month, but between the friendly and accommodating staff and the clean larger sites with level concrete pads cannot be beat! This park is ultra clean and a joy to stay at. I understand that during the winter months there is usually a very long waiting list. If you are looking for a more quiet reserved campground this is the one for you! I can't say enough about how enjoyable it is to stay at this place. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here after our truck was having some issues. We were headed for Titusville and we were all packed and on the road. There was no way I was going to cancel especially when the kids had their heart set on a weekend camp trip. We are locals and I was one exit away when I remembered that there was a campground ahead. So instead of turning around and heading home, we exited. Upon arriving, we were greeted by the campground staff. They were very friendly and went as far as helping my husband back in our trailer (still have issues after 2 years!!!). We have stayed at many campground before but nothing come close to the cleanliness of this park. The bathroom was beautiful. They were ultra clean, granite vanities, hot showers and always stocked with t.p and paper towels. The clubhouse had many board games and even a nintendo wii for those rainy days. The pool was crisp, sparkling clean. My husband, the kids, and I loved the ping pong table. It was quiet, and relaxing. The sites were spacious. We will definitely be returning in the next 2 or 3 weeks. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I live near this park and use it when I have too many out of town guest or just want to get away for a day. The park, pool, clubhouse, restrooms and showers are all spotless. Most of the site are back ins but they large and easy to back into. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the best campgrounds we've ever stayed in. Easy to get into, paved roads and sites, which are double wide, beautifully landscaped and maintained. Staff is super friendly and helpful. Cable and Wi-Fi, which were free, worked well. You are allowed to wash your RV, which was necessary after an attack of love bugs as we traveled. We loved everything about this park and would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We accidentally stumbled into this beautiful park because of a typical Florida afternoon rainstorm. It is absolutely beautiful. The grounds are impeccable. The laundry room and bathrooms are incredible. If you ever get a chance, be sure and stay here! It is 5 years old and the trees are still growing, but the layout it awesome. LOVED IT!! Wish we could have stayed longer. And the price was unbelievable. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a clean, quiet park. The streets are wide and paved, the pads are cement and wide with a picnic table. There are some activities, not as many as we are accustomed to in the 'over 55' parks in the west. The club house is small as is the pool. This is a beautiful, beautiful park with exceptionally friendly staff. Even though they allow children, there is no playground. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I reviewed this park last year, just an update. I love this park, the facilities are excellent - why? The staff. They are the hardest working group you will ever find, no detail is too trivial. Not only do they work hard, but they are kind and friendly to the guests. Kudos to a great staff at TCRV. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean, very friendly staff. Within walking distance from town. Internet access is not the best; slow when you get a signal. The office does offer a signal booster if needed. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is excellent! Every campground should be like this one. The sites are large, the roads are wide making parking very easy. The pool and rec area are awesome. There are many restaurants to choose from within walking distance. There is a little highway noise, but not annoying at all. We did not want to leave! We will definitely return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a resort! There is nothing to say but good things about this park. It's well maintained and nicely landscaped; staff was very friendly; streets are wide; campsites are very wide; has wide and deep concrete pads that have wonderful landscaping and there are security gates at the entrance and exits. While it is close to the Interstate and truck stops, it was very quiet. We will go out of our way to stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an excellent park, just as everyone said before. However, we were there for a month and were disappointed with the activities. On paper, it looked like a lot, but many were too selective, i.e. cigar night. Very few active activities, few people used the horseshoes, and they have no shuffleboard. We got bored there and the area doesn't offer much. Cable comes with the site, and the channel selection was excellent. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The reviewer who said you could walk here from town was clearly talking about some other place. You can't walk to anything from here. There is nothing to do in this town and nothing to do in this park. The activities are so lame there is no reason to bother. If you absolutely must stay in Ft. Pierce this is the only decent place we found and it is nice. Just very dull. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice and clean modern campground. Courteous and professional staff. Beautiful clean laundry facilities. Everything maintained to perfection and reasonably priced. Close to I-95 and a reasonable drive to other attractions. If you do not have a car with you the area is not pedestrian friendly so don't plan on walking to shops etc. Excellent. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean park. Mostly snowbirds and full-timers in the winter. Good base to use for exploring the space coast and Port St. Lucie area. Office staff is very nice and helpful. Close to I-95 and Florida Turnpike, but road noise is not noticeable. Very convenient for shopping/dining. Good security. We camped here in a Motorhome.
In all the campgrounds that we've stayed, this one is a true 10. The friendliness of the greeters in the office, their attempt to make everyone feel like family and the overall layout and appearance of this campground is excellent. It is beautiful. The pool is immaculate. The security is great. We keep extending our stay from a few days to a week and now a little longer. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We spent just over one month at this RV Resort, and it is everything the previous reviews have mentioned. Level, double-wide paved sites with grass and palm trees on either side, clean laundry facilities, nice pool and clubhouse - the entire place is clean clean clean. The only problem, their wi-fi is not good, very unreliable. They do attempt to help by providing external antennas to plug into your computer, but that barely helps. To fix it, they need to upgrade the system. The staff are all work campers and they are excellent, very friendly and helpful. Added bonus, you can wash your RV and vehicles on your site. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We Stayed here for 6 months: absolutely love it!!! Nice wide road way for easy access. It does have electronic gate for protection. Concrete pad with nice landscaping between sites. Great pool and laundry facilities. Host were extremely nice and accommodating. We would definitely stay here again!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is not 'the season' in Ft. Pierce, but this park made it seem like it was. Of all the things I like and dislike, this was as close to perfect as possible. Flat, very well maintained, quite, and friendly staff. Would highly recommend a visit to this park. Can't wait to see it when the trees and vegetation are mature. Not the parks fault at all, but do watch out for fire ants - i found them. The staff did take care of them quickly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Truly a "Treasure". Just a few years old, the park is very neat and clean and new. We stayed here just 2 nights, but would have stayed longer had we known how delightful it was. The sites are long and wide and the staff very accommodating. Just 5 miles from some great restaurants in Fort Pierce. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice, Nice, Nice. Paved streets and spaces. All back ins. Some have a pretty views of their small lake. Laundry facilities well equipped. Wonderful, friendly and helpful staff. Will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is our second stay here, great park. The staff is friendly and helpful, excellent service. The amenities are in good working order and well placed for ease of hooking up. Cable TV w/72 channels, and strong free wi-fi. The concrete pads are level, good space between sites. Convenient location between I95 and the turnpike, but no substantial road noise. There are no park models, no tents, but everything from mh to pop ups are welcome. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park with lots of site space. This park sits between I95 and the turnpike, thus alot of traffic noise. The only complaint I have is I alone, with another fellow camper, made reservations two months in advance and had asked to be together. Upon arrival we were told that they were too full for us to be together. We noticed that vacant lots next door to us was vacant during my entire stay. It seems that the office personal can't make decisions. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We came to this park 12/08/08 for a day or so and stayed for a week. We came in a 36' class A. The sites are all paved and nicely landscaped. Showers, restrooms, and laundry were all very modern and spotless. It is convenient to shopping restaurants, etc. but is not too close to the highway. The people taking care of the campers were great and the place was immaculate. A gated park, it's more of an adult park in our opinion, and the pool and jacuzzi were clean and great to use. The park has frequent activities available as well and people were very helpful and friendly. We'll go back, that's for sure. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 10 / 10 ]
This was our third visit to this park. The staff are friendly and helpful. The park is very nice, clean, and well run. It is always a pleasure to stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a well equipped well maintained RV park. All concrete pads and paved roads. Nice space between sites and well lit at night. The only reason this park is not a 10 is that I noticed a variety of ambient noises in the area. Traffic noise from the freeway is audible at night, and there is apparently farm animals living nearby. Cows and even roosters could be heard in the morning hours. Unless you are noise sensitive this shouldn't be an issue. One particular point is that the sewer connections are raised about 8" out of the ground, and one of their tightly enforced regulations is that your sewer hose does not lay on the ground. A support system of some type shall be used. I had one, but if you don't I'm sure that they would sell you one. All in all a very nice park. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Only my second (I think) 10. Great shape, open flat spaces, good cable, good Wi-Fi, heated pool (86 degrees), gated, activities, good number of washers/dryers though we have our own. Clearly a CG to return to. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Simply outstanding park. Great concrete pads. Awesome office staff. Gated. We could stay here for a year. Very quiet, family friendly. Pool and hot tub heated all year. Ultra clean park. Paved roads. Right between I-95 and the turnpike. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is probably one of the best campgrounds in Florida. Level paved sites with modern hookups. The bath house is always very clean. The employees at this campground are always very nice and helpful. The offer a great summer weekend special which makes this campground very affordable. Wi-Fi is not only free but works extremely well. This campground is always clean and well maintained. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Simply a great park. Other park owners need to come here and see how things are supposed to look and be done. We stayed here for a week starting May 6th and are now back for a month or two because we love the park. Excellent sites, not a bad one in the entire park. Nice large pads, lots of grass and even some nice trees in certain spots for shade. Sky is mostly open for easy satellite access and they offer free WiFi which works wonderfully. Everything is clean, well maintained and EVERYONE here is very friendly. This is by far the nicest park in the area for the price. Well worth the money and very reasonable in our opinions. We highly recommend if you are staying anywhere near the area to come here and check them out. You will not be sorry. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The other reviewers have accurately assessed this park - it is among the best. Nice to see a well run park with able and friendly staff provide a great place for RVers. Their pull throughs are unique - double long cement pads that allow a class A plus a long trailer to remain attached. Many similar upscale parks require either a Class A or large 5th wheel for entry - this park takes everyone with an RV (no tents). Many nice free or inexpensive activities are included. Young foliage makes the park seem a bit spartan but that will change with time. Small lake offers water views but about the only thing this park lacks is real water front sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Large dogs are permitted. I did not see any pull-thru sites. Cable TV and internet access are included in rate. After check-in you will be given the gate code for entry into the park. Very, very nice and clean. Many activities during the winter months. We camped here in a Motorhome.
New well laid out park with large concrete pads, and paved roads, and beautiful facilities. Reason for 8 vs 10 is that each morning starting at 4 AM a motorcycle rider left park and disturbed my sleep even though he was trying to go out quietly, Then, about a half hour later, several pickup trucks departed as well. I assume these are full timers who were going to work; possibly workers for new hotel going up across the street. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful park. We are staying for two weeks and returning to stay again in a few weeks for the rest of the winter. The staff is wonderful, sites are immaculate, many adult activities offered, close to shopping, beaches and restaurants. I've seen children here so they are welcome. Great place to stay. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was our first time at a park that was not state run, and honestly these types are not our cup of tea. But with that being said, the reservations were handled efficiently, the confirmation arrived a few days after we made them, and when we arrived after hours the directions to our site were PERFECT. Place was super clean and very well maintained, would definitely stay here again if we needed an overnight stopover. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a clean and quiet park with beautiful landscaping. Staff is friendly and very helpful. We would come back often if we lived on the east coast. We received a fantastic weekend rate - quite a surprise for such a beautiful place. The only negative is that there is no recycling available. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
My wife and I have traveled all over the country and quite honestly this is one of the finest parks we've ever visited. Impeccably clean and well tended, this resort is staffed with the finest, most helpful people you'll meet anywhere. Before you consider ANY other park in South Florida check out this one, you won't be disappointed. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is without a doubt the very best RV park that we have stayed in. The RV back ins are new and concreted with cable tv and full connections. The grounds were perfect, the swimming pool, spa were very enjoyable and extremely clean. There was a modern, clean laundry room. The couple running the RV park were brilliant - very professional, friendly and made us welcome! We would definitely stay here again and would urge any RV'rs in the area to stay at this park. Again, we strongly recommend this RV park, it's facilities and staff! We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the nicest RV park I've ever stayed in. The staff is very friendly and competent, the grounds are immaculate and I look forward to coming back here again in the future. Although it is located between the Florida Turnpike and I-95, it is far enough away from both that is retains a rural feel, and the noise from those busy freeways is barely noticeable. I spent a few months here (4) through the winter, and thoroughly enjoyed it. My two dogs were welcomed warmly, and I can't think of a single thing I wish were different at this park. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This an excellent well maintained full facility campground set back from the highway. We can't say enough good things about this relatively new park. Full facilities, along with an excellent and very helpful staff. This is a friendly park. Large perfectly level sites. We would certainly stay here again. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
Very nice campground. Seems to be setup for snowbirds and not much for kids but the pool. Huge cable channel line up. Office staff very friendly and helpful. Very pricey especially for this time of year. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was definitely the best, and extremely friendly RV Park. The staff was terrific, the location to many stores for all types of shopping was great. Golfing in the area was great and very reasonable. We can't wait to go back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of the best RV parks we visited. The concrete sites are large and well-landscaped. Paved roads throughout , immaculate grounds and laundry/showers. There are scheduled activities..bingo, pancake breakfast, hot dog roasts, dances, water aerobics, game nights. The guests are all so friendly, and because they are maintaining a true RV resort without ownership, you don't deal with the elitism of some RV resorts .The area around the park has many areas to shop and dine. We will definitely stay there again and recommend it highly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The place is beautiful and we've never come across such friendly and accommodating park managers. The washrooms and clubhouse are extremely clean. Everything is nearby including the beach (15 minutes), shopping, I-95 and the Florida Turnpike. We've already booked for next year. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the nicest park we have ever stayed in. Management is wonderful. They just can't seem to do enough for you. Great location to check out the Treasure Coast area of Florida. Would definitely go back. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
An outstanding RV park! The staff were very accommodating when we pulled in. The battery was dead in our tow vehicle and they provided us with one of their pull-throughs. All sites were level. We will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I do work on and off in the Ft. Pierce, Florida area. I have stayed at several different campgrounds. This is the best. Clean, clean, clean. I especially like the extra long and extra wide pads. 65' long or so and 16' wide or so. Alows you to park on concrete, your rig is on concrete and your park provided picnic table is on concrete, and you can still walk on concrete from your vehicle to your rig! It helps keep the inside of your rig cleaner. Grass is nice, no barespots in the park. Staff is very responsive. Most parks I've been to say I am sorry. Park had request from some for pull-through sites, as they did not have any. They put in four pull site to resolve the situation. They offer Wi-Fi internet. Early on it was the pits. Several of us residents complained. The staff, was aware and trying to resolve problem. Finally, now the Wi-Fi preforms like a Wi-Fi, and I have been told additional enhancements are in the works. I have no children when I camp. There are children in the campground. They have been well behaved. I stayed here from mid-February through mid-June. I used the shower and facilities and they are kept very nice. Biggest negative, maybe only, is the laundry facilities are too small. Several times I could not do wash when I wanted because of over use. They need more washers and dryers. When I reported this to the staff they replied, "We know, plans are already in order to add new units." Like I said, this place is like a breath of fresh air for RV Campgrounds. The staff is responsive. I thank them for making my stay enjoyable and look forward to returning here. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
[ 10 / 10 ]
This is one of the finest RV resorts you will find anywhere in South Florida. With wide paved roads and oversized concrete pads this park is truly "big rig" friendly. A year-round heated pool and spa, billiards, ping pong, bingo, cable TV, wi-fi, horse-shoes and loads of scheduled activities, there's always something to keep you entertained. We stayed for the winter and have already made reservations for next year. An RV park is only as good as its staff and this park's staff is exceptional; the office people are helpful and friendly and the grounds are kept immaculate. If you're looking for a great RV resort on the east coast of Florida, look no further. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My husband and I and four kids stayed at Treasure Coast RV Resort for almost 3 months. We loved it so much! It is a brand new facility and is kept as sparkling as a new dime! The park managers and other staff do a five-star job of running the place and making sure everyone enjoys their stay there. There were many fun activities that we participated in and because there were other home-school families in the park we even organized 2 field trips. We definitely will be returning for subsequent winters. A more family-friendly place we have never encountered and highly recommend it to anyone visiting the Fort Pierce area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 5 / 10 ]
This campground is very beautiful and less than one year old. However, they do not have any pull thru sites so parking a big rig is hard depending on what is parked across from you. Although children were allowed, they acted as though they discouraged it and are attempting to turn it into a 55 and older campground. The sign at the pool stated children under 12 need adult supervision and when my 12 year old girl who is an experienced swimmer on a competitive swim team was asked to get an adult or leave, they crossed out the 12 and made it a 17 right in front of her. They do not allow any campfires at all which was kind of shocking. They do not allow any outside storage of any kind or tents. However, there were obvious area construction workers that were camping there and had all kinds of storage on their sites. As stated the park was beautiful, but just not my cup of tea. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Absolutely wonderful. After 3-1/2 months on road, the best park or campground bar none. Came for a day and are staying a couple weeks. New (9/05 opening), upscale resort amenities (great pool, spa, clubhouse). Free cable and wi-fi. Spotless restrooms and showers (granite counters in bathrooms and laundry room). Big rig friendly (large concrete pads, wide paved roads). Lots of nearby shopping, restaurants and maybe 15 minutes to good beaches. People are professional and friendly. It doesn't get better than this - unexpected value for this price. We camped here in a Motorhome.