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Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $35.00
This is a tired park, with little evidence of maintenance being performed. The entrance is incredibly difficult to navigate because of a stone divider. There are large oak trees offering shade and was, at one time, a lovely setting. This is no longer true. Once in the park, the roads are in deplorable condition. I have owned a motorhome for over 30 years and have never been in park with roads a bad as these. I don't think they could be called pot holes since they go all the way across the road; great large holes in the road. Saw one man with a boat trailer he was having to jack up to get out because he had bottomed out. This place could cause some serious damage to a rig. This was not a pleasant experience. We camped at Bulow RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $18.00
Campground rates a 10 but amenities rate it lower overall. First the positives. Very large spacious sites with shade trees. Still satellite friendly. Phone service was good, ATT and Verizon. Wifi was excellent. Kid friendly and lots of hiking places. Room for the dogs to run too. Now the negatives: Entrance is terrible for a large rig. DO NOT USE THE RIGHT TURN ONLY LANE. Turn from the middle lane or you'll hit the monument sign. Front bathhouse was immaculate, the other two need upgrading. They have a pool but NO SPA. This park is adjacent to a mobile home park, they can use this park but you cannot access theirs. They bring their dogs over to this park on their golf carts to use it as a off leash dog run. Lots of vehicle traffic as the back side of the park has permanent spaces. Despite these negatives, we enjoyed our stay and would return. Nightly rate reflects RPI. We camped at Bulow RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $1.00
Price reflects TT membership. Yes, the entrance to this park is wedged between two stone walls, pretty stupid. But we loved the park. It is beautiful with huge oak trees throughout. Our site also had a concrete pad to park next to, and it was very level. Flagler Beach is very low key, and the Bulow Plantation State Park is right next store to explore. It is convenient to I-95 without hearing traffic noise. The only negative for us was a weak Verizon signal, so not a strong Internet. We will definitely be back. We camped at Bulow RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $26.00
This park is a bit run-down and caters to snowbirds that come and stay for the entire season.They tore down the building that housed the laundry facility, so must go into town to do laundry. There is a bar on site, so some late night noise when they are open, along with what appeared to be traffic from outside park coming to bar. Some sites are on grass so got pretty mushy after rain. The turn off the main road is tight and funnels you through a stone wall entry, which I was unable to navigate and had to disconnect toad half way through, not pretty. This park's location is great but Encore doesn't seem to budget sufficiently for capital improvements, or maybe the cash flow doesn't support it. We would stay again when visiting family in Palm Coast. We camped at Bulow RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2014
Price was $0 and it reflects Thousand Trails membership. We really like this park. Large sites, spacious grounds, large oak trees and picturesque ponds and fountain. Pool area is gorgeous. There are no frills here--no cement slabs, no fire ring, only the main road is paved. But the open country atmosphere is worth it. Very quiet. Friendly check in. Shopping is about 3 miles up the road. All in all, I would come back here again and again and bring my friends with me. We camped at Bulow RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $18.00
Rate reflects, RPI discount. First the positives. Beautiful entrance into the campground with the trees hanging over the road with the moss. Very clean campground with loads of community activities. Very convenient location to Daytona, St Augustine and the parks. Roads were paved and just wide enough. The sites were grassy with sand (but we are in Fl). Love the dog run The negatives. The entrance is a little narrow if there were two rv coming in. The wi-fi was only available from hot stops at the office and community house. We were lucky, we were close to the community house and used our booster and were able to get internet (slow though). Not enough dumpsters. Only one at the community house and one near the back of the campground. They need another closer to the front (even though, we were close to the community house- we saw the need for that). Some people let their dogs run off the leases. Our dogs got into with another dog. Luckily none of them were hurt. I would stay there again if in the area. We camped at Bulow RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $50.00
There are a lot of permanent residence here and a bar. We saw no problems or heard anything from the bar, as it seemed to also act as an activity center. After hours registration was confusing as the map is so small and there are no forms to fill out. We just parked and paid the next morning which did not seem to be a problem. We requested that we move to a site with cable and that was easily done. We stayed just two nights but plan to return for a week. Although it seems to be on a busy road, we were not bothered by any noise. The Tengo internet Wi-Fi signal seems to be only available at the activity signal and the office. There is a fee for Tengonet. The front desk personnel were very friendly and accommodating. There is a fenced dog park. We camped at Bulow RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $43.00
Beach is not in sight as suggested, but 5 miles away. Water lovers paradises are mosquito breeding canals. Good for big rigs with lovely shade. Small units that must use bath house have a horror. Rusted, dirty, and no place to put clothing while showering. Low water pressure and very, very dated and unsightly bath house. Extreme hazard all around campsites from fire ant mounds; toddlers and pets at serious risk here for stings. Most suited toward big rigs with no need to use on-site bathrooms. No on site host means unsupervised kids zooming around on golf carts. Would never stay here again. We camped at Bulow RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $18.00
This was a park available for Coast to Coast, so we stayed 3 nights. We were able to spend part of a day in St Augustine, so the park was good for that. The park doesn't currently have laundry facilities so that is a minus. They have Tengo internet, but no one in the office knows anything about it. We might stay again, but it would be for only one night. We camped at Bulow RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $15.00
We stayed here on our way to Key West and it was beautiful! The weather was rainy and since there are no concrete slabs we were concerned about getting stuck. We were told not to worry, there were only 2 soft spots in the park and they were both empty. The park is on the grounds of an old sugar plantation and all the huge oak trees make for lots of shade. Also, the lots are very spacious. The only concern we had was the rather sharp turn into the park since we were pretty new to pulling this large of a 5th wheel (34'). Made it fine with no problems! When we pulled out even though wet, the ground was solid and hard. Four and a half hours down the road, we realized we had left our camper keys on the picnic table! My husband called the office and the lady said she would go check and call him back. She called back in less than 15 minutes and since we had another set of keys with us and we were not coming back that way, she put them in the mail and they were waiting on us when we got home 3 weeks later! Now that's what I call service! We camped at Bulow RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2013 - $41.00
Reserved 4 nights through Coast to Coast RV Club. CTC quoted $30.75/ni. Note that this is double the price we usually have to pay for a park within the CTC umbrella. We needed to be in the Flagler Beach area so went for it. $123 had already been paid upon making the reservation to CTC. We expected only to pay $12 at check-in because at every CTC park there is a $3/ni resort fee. However, upon check-in we charged the $3/ni resort fee but tax on that resort fee ($1.32) plus tax on the entire amount ($14.85). We have NEVER been charged tax at any Encore parks. This brought our per night cost to $37.46. Then we looked at the invoice and boy were we confused. They make the numbers work but it's confusing. The park itself is run down. It looks like it used to be a KOA. There doesn't appear to be any ground maintenance. The roads are mostly dirt..with a few asphalt. The clubhouse is locked unless there is an activity. This is a Thousand Trails Encore property. I wouldn't recommend this place at all. We camped at Bulow RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2013 - $45.00
We stayed here for 3 nights, and the park was okay under the circumstance which were that we made a last minute decision to go to the Daytona 500. We were happy to find an RV park near Daytona with space avaialable and a not too unreasonable price. The park is easy to find and easy to get into and out of. Our site was fairly level, but even for Florida, it was very sandy. There are sites with more grass, we just didn't happen to get one. We would not likely stay here again, but that is just because there are so many other options in the area, so we would try another place. Staff was very friendly. We camped at Bulow RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2013 - $38.00
New to RVing so consider my opinion accordingly. Nice area, but open and no privacy. There were many permanent residents. They have their own bar on the premises. $2 beers and wine if you can find the bartender though the smoke. OK for overnight off I-75, otherwise look for something better. Can't figure out what I got for the $3 "Resort Fee". We camped at Bulow RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $22.00
Nice old Florida campground. We had a 30 amp site. It was off season and the campground was no where near full. WiFi charged by the day, so we didn't utilize it. Lots of great historic sites nearby and super restaurants. Great farmers market downtown on the weekends. We will return. There was several spots on the roads with low hanging limbs. We camped at Bulow RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2012
Old RV park on its last legs..beautiful setting, but dirty abandoned trailers towards the back of the park, clubhouse roof makes the building look like it should be condemned, old, ripped tarps, exposed wood. Depressing looking park. We stayed here for free as part of our membership in Thousand Trails. We would not stay here again, except for an overnight stay. Bathrooms were in terrible shape, rusty mirrors, open electrical face plates with no covers over them, soap scum on the shower fixtures, the whole place needs a makeover. It could be a truly beautiful park with the big old live oak trees...plenty of shade, that was nice! Pool was decent. Sorry to be so negative. We camped at Bulow RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
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