I have stayed at Aztec many times. Each time has been a wonderful experience. The owners are mostly Canadian but have been much more friendly in last couple of years. Some of the sites are the best you will find anywhere. Each site is very large and I prefer resorts that are class A only. - hjt777
In 40+ years of RV'ing, we have never encountered a more systemically unhappy group of "residents". The staff is great, the grounds meticulous, the check-in area was bizarre (park and block the street), and no one gave us a gate code to enter...so we sat until another resident opened the gate. The laundry was clean and inexpensive, the pool very crowded. The exercise room was impressively supervised by a gal that would tell the folks when to make room on a machine. Still, the people who form the nucleus of this resort were the unfortunate low point. Waves, smiles, greetings in French and English? Nothing but blank stares and a dismissive feeling that was just bizarre. If you keep to yourself, and just enjoy the huge spaces and loads of landscaping, you'll probably enjoy yourself. - tres gatos
This is what a true RV resort should be. The place is huge and very well maintained. The front desk staff were extremely nice and friendly. All sites are on pavers and the entire park has paved roads. Overall it has a neighborhood feel - not your typical "campground" The reasons that it didn't get a higher rating are: The "free WiFi" only works around the clubhouse so forget about using it in your coach. The only bath and showers are in the clubhouse which is really far from the short-term rental sites (not a big deal if you routinely use your own shower but be aware). No cable for short-term and if long-term must contact local cable company and pay. The surrounding area is what I would term urban flight, however there are plenty of eating establishments about 15 minutes away - you will definitely need your toad when staying here. The short-term rentals are level and out in the open without the lush landscaping and tiki hits that you see advertised on their site. This is a Primarily French speaking resort, all the staff are bi-lingual, but the guests are primarily French Canadians. This didn't both me, but it was difficult to converse with other resort guests.
This is more of a longer term resort but if you want to stay at a fine first class RV resort, have a golf cart and satellite you won't be disappointed. I will warn you that you may get coach envy as there are numerous very high end rigs, no trailers are allowed. We will definitely return
We were here with a large groups of Mississippi State fans for the Orange Bowl. Great place to hold a tailgate party. - WeekendRVlover