1 Park near Mayo, Florida
May 2015 - $25.00
The owner offered to enroll us in the Passport America Program and get our first two nights at 50% off. The other two nights had a "senior" discount at 25% off so the net result was 4 nights at $25 per night. The RV park is only 3-4 years old so the trees and shrubs are still small without much shade. Even so, the park is well maintained, neat and tidy. The new pool area at the RV Park is wonderful. We rented a canoe at the resort and did a 4 hour float down the Suwanee River. Very nice and he explained how to find all the natural springs on the way down-river. The original section of the resort where the office is has food service and fun activities on the weekends. As suggested by the owner when I made the reservation, just park in your site, get set-up the go down to the office and register. Don't take your RV down there as the roads and access is narrow and congested. Would stay here again. - Good Vibes
Apr 2015 - $20.00
We are only commenting on the RV portion of this 'Campground'. The RV section is new and only about 1/2 of the total sites are in service. There are small shade trees that will eventually grow to provide very nice shade - the sites are crushed stone and level - with a picnic table and two seat lounger (wood construction) - Some sites have small 10x10 (about) pavilion that are nice for shade and protection from the rain or a good place to store bikes etc. The sites are well laid out and decent size with lots of grass and open fields - they have a huge for park - the pools are very nice and used by locals as well as 'campers'. They have a huge pavilion with lots of nice picnic tables, a small fishing pond and a Racing Pigeon flock that they exercise just about every evening (interesting). The park is quiet even with kids from the community in the pool area.
It is about 50 minutes from the closest city of any size (Lake City) so it is not great for dining out - they do have a small restaurant on site that is open on weekends - did not eat there but it is burgers and sandwiches.
I do not recommend the typical RV drive to the office - it is in the old section of the park and is close with narrow roads and lots of trees - call, get your site number and walk down (or drive your toad) to sign in.
They have lots of river activities - none of which we took advantage of (retired) - great for families with young kids.
The owners are very nice and the staff very nice as well.
We will probable visit again for a week or two stay on our way back to Maine from Florida. - acadiame
Mar 2015 - $27.00
Very nice park though a little out of the way. Sites were large and very clean. Though the park was full over the weekend it was very quiet. As mentioned by others the office is in the older section and away from the new sites. Don't drive down to the office. Call ahead and get your site number so you can go set up and then go to the office and register. I would suggest calling to make reservations as we called a day ahead and was told we got the last site. The fee represents a Passport America discount for two nights and one night at regular price. We will stay here again whenever we are in the area. We camped here in a fifth wheel. - Eagle-Eye