This park is a work in progress, having been taken over by a veteran's support group last year. Sites are close and dirt, access is via a narrow sand lane. The attendant who sent us to our site didn't know what side the power was on so we had to drive through a site to turn around and enter from the other direction. Power, water and sewer connections were all satisfactory. Do not try to take a big rig to the end of the main loop and turn around since trees are in the way and way to tight to turn. We walked the route after finding the site with utilities on the wrong side. We will not return to this park. - Teacher's Pet
This is a rustic campground in a beautiful, rural area of northern Florida. We enjoyed the Live Oak canopy, walking trails and abundant wildlife. TV reception was poor, but our phone and data connection were strong. Sites are a bit too close together for our liking, but the surroundings made up for it. There's ample shopping within a short drive.
If you're driving a big rig, take the time to walk to your site first. It's big rig friendly, but the office staff don't necessarily understand big rig dynamics, and the route they told us to take proved impossible. That said, all of the staff were friendly and helpful. We would happily stay here again. - USA-RVNomads
If you want quiet and solitude, this is the place to be. We just planned to stopover for the night, but plan to stay at least one more day, maybe more. In Feb, this seems to be a very under utilized place. Very nice inside screened pool, 2 washers, 2 dryers at bathhouse next to pool. There may be others. $21.75 with Good Sam discount. - Dave Inscoe