This park is NOT big rig friendly. We were placed into a lot that was covered in black dirt. it was supposed to be a pull through but we couldn't get our toad to fit in the lot. the sewer connection was uphill. the water connection was just a little over a foot above ground so it was impossible to connect any hose with a pressure regulator. When leaving we were unable to drive forward due to cars parked along the narrow road and had to back out of the lot. We barely managed to negotiate the tight turns to get out of the park. JFYI the dirt tracked into the coach. - jmlsrpc
The interior roads of this park are paved. The sites are grass and somewhat level. The biggest problems are the tree roots. You have to be very careful when deploying the jacks. I had to move twice because the roots caused one or more jacks to deploy on an angle. Be very careful when hooking up because of the red ants. I had to spray three mounds before I could complete the water and sewer connections. There are a lot of long term resident and some of the units are in need of maintenance. You are close to the roadway and the traffic noise is constant. Although the site map shows recycle bins, they only had a bin for newspapers. I took away one point because they did not recycle bottles, cans and cardboard. - Michael47
Nice, older park and bathrooms / showers need updating, Wi-Fi available from sites close to the office. Good power and water pressure. Close to theme parks, restaurants, and shopping. We would stay here again. - Ed Mazz
We have a 41ft DP. We chose this park based on availability. Spring Break around Orlando means most sites were booked. Stage Stop had availability and a really low price compared to what we normally pay around this area.
We have our own bathroom, satellite and Wi-Fi so review does not include info on these things.
Overall I thought this park was great and would stay again. Nice and clean, friendly staff with long office hours, and it was blissfully quiet at this site. Best we have stayed at for the noise factor. The surrounding area is safe with good shopping, stores and a cool little town. It's very easy to get to Disney and a beautiful drive as well. A few turns, the Turnpike and the exit takes you right to the gates. There is a large field in front where we enjoyed playing Frisbee.
Our negatives were:
There were only a few spots available for 50amp. Plenty of open 30amp sites. We were able to find one but it wasn't in a location we would normally pick. Because you cannot reserve a site, it is a tossup if you will get the 50amp site.
We could not level. It was raining when we arrived. The sites are grass and dirt with no filler. No matter what we tried from wood to metal braces under the pads, everything sunk a few feet into the ground. The front wheels came off the ground, the back kept sinking. We finally gave up. I was afraid a sink hole would start. We tried again the next day and still couldn't level.
We were glad we didn't bring our daughter. There are swings, a pool etc but I think kids will be bored fast and it is more of a park for quiet adults. - sjrmathis
Available sites were back in only. They were soft grass where the motorhome left impressions in the grass. You were allowed to pick your own site. We toured in the car to select our site. Roads are narrow but big rig accessible. A nice friendly park. - jmlsrpc
This is an older Florida park. Nothing fancy, has a pool and a couple of kids play areas, but no "activity menu"! The sites are grass, pull thru and back in. Plenty long and space, mostly level. You pick your own site, so if you don't like it you are the one to blame! There is no cable, but we picked up quite a few channels with our antenna. Wi-fi is only available in the clubhouse. Lots of stores and shops in the area. Winter Garden has a beautiful downtown area and the West Orange Trail runs thru the city. Great trail for bicycles or walking. Lots of open grassy area for the puppy dogs. Nice quiet park. We would stay here again. - travelswithpuppies