This is a small campground that was once a fishcamp. There are rental cottages and boat slips with a boat ramp and fish cleaning station. The camp hosts are friendly as well as the older seasonal guests that have been coming there for many years. There are coin operated laundry machines and a old public bathhouse. No pool or club house but a nice place to relax and enjoy the wildlife that is off the beaten track but close to Malls and restaurants. Sites are fairly level, mostly grass with a few concrete patios. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Old fishing cabins. Not really accessible for motor home. Couldn't hook up both water/electric and sewer because of location of outlets. Clean, but definitely not a place you could spend time enjoying yourself. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have wintered at this park, the last three years. Its a 55+ park on Haines Creek, with boat launch, and dock. Management keeps a very clean and relaxing park. We will come back again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is an older park, but with newer sections. I actually preferred the older section of the park, it was well cared for and kind of "Retro." Almost a throwback to the sixties. The other residents were mostly seasonal, while we were transient, but they were friendly and inviting. Everyone we talked to was very enthusiastic about the park and all of the activities offered. The park is situated beside a river, where many of the residents kept their boats docked. The park is very pet friendly, with great access to dog-walking and biking around the perimeter of the park. One suggestion I would make would be for the park to provide pooch waste bag dispensers/waste receptacles in the designated dog-waking areas (like many other parks do), to make picking up after your pet easier. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Older park but well cared for. Very active park with many activities. Two pools, one indoor with hot tub, one outdoor. People were very friendly, site was level and roomy. I would definitely stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We arrived for a 1 month stay in early December. Resort is set up for "Park Models" with a decent number of sites available for transients. Park is large (outer loop of roadway is over 2 miles), but each street is clearly marked. Most of the folks who stay here are long term snowbirds. There are so many opportunities in the park to participate in something you like - crafts, sports, cards, boating, etc. If you say you're bored and there's nothing to do, it's your own fault at HTR. Most transient sites have 30 amp service, but you might get lucky and find yours has 50 amp. Electric breakers are not on each meter post though. We popped our breaker and searched for 10 minutes before we found the box with it - 3 sites away. Depending on which section of the park you stay in you may be in the shade or in full sun. You pay your own electric if in for one month or longer; only .11 kwh which is not bad. Weather was so mild while we were here we stayed two more months. Even went kayaking from their marina in to Lake Harris (be aware, there ARE Alligators). Bathrooms were very clean. Laundry was inexpensive. Residents and staff were friendly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
A nice park located just off Hwy 27. EZ access to the highway, but very little noise. We camped in the upper section, water and electric (30 amp) only. This park caters to seasonals, but there are plenty of sites (W/E or W/E/S) available. Super clean (and heated) showers / bathrooms. Good "over the air" TV reception and free Wi-Fi. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is not a 5 star facility. The site they put us on was way in the back and not level. The site had sand and coleche as a base, and it tracked into the rig and got into everything. The electric boxes were old and they do not have 50 Amp service. This is mostly a place for the winter homes. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed here for over 2 months, had been here previously. This park has gone downhill quite a bit this past year: potholes, laundry equipment always on the blink, etc. No one in management seems to care anymore. Too bad, for basically it is a mobile home park with nice people: stuck in a park that is quickly going downhill. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here about 8 years ago and were in the campground section (east) and it was fine. This year we were sent to a site sandwiched between tons of junk and permanent park models. That was a stretch to refer to them as park models. The site was on a slope and the office people did not give correct instructions to get into the site (one road too soon). Thank goodness we got out and walked to our site and returned to the office and asked for a refund. There was no problem and the staff was understanding. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was our first camping experience in our 23' travel trailer. The resort is very clean, well kept, and people are very friendly and helpful. The two pools are heated and very clean. They have a library, computers for the residents, a restaurant, tennis courts, etc. A lot of bike riders and walkers were enjoying the beautiful weather in December, 2008. Good shopping in Leesburg area and some great restaurants in town. There are mostly permanent homes here, but it is a quiet place to vacation for a few weeks. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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This was our first camping experience in our new trailer. The Park is clean and has a large heated swimming pool. It is a 55+ park, but families with children can stay for up to 2 weeks. The pool side restaurant has great and affordable food. They offer many activities but we did not participate as they appear to be for their seasonal 55+ residents. The canal is a neat place to watch birds and alligators. Check in staff was friendly and helpful. Don't pay extra for the cable, it did not offer enough extra channels to make it worth the additional cost. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was a really nice park. It had many seasonals and park models throughout the park,
but everyone was so friendly and mostly over 50 age group. Even though it was an older crowd, there were tons of activities from 2 heated pools one that
was indoors, baseball leagues, golf, tennis, volleyball and most people rode bicycles instead of golf carts. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I'm surprised no one has reviewed this park. They offer Passport America rate for two nights, then the normal rate of $29. We opted for a non-sewer site, 30-amp, close to their immaculate restrooms. While this is mainly a snow bird destination (156 sites are permanent), there are plenty of full-service back-in sites and non-sewer pull-though sties. Office only open from 9 AM to 3 PM and closed on Sunday, but instructions for self registration are available. Very good laundry facilities. Good over the air TV. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.