Staff were friendly and we were led to our site and offered assistance in backing in and setting up. Being Thousand Trails members we were offered a reciprocal price and placed in the back section which compared to the front sites appeared to be out in the country. Being dog owners we did find that the back section was very pet friendly and the dog walk was easily accessible. The resort is within walking distance to Kissimmee and Old Towne which has an amusement park and on Friday and Saturday nights have Hot Rod Cars shows. The resort was well maintained and we will stay there again in the future.
Resort is a word I would not use to describe this campground. All sites were packed tightly together and we were parked amid permanent seasonal homes. We stayed for six days and when we arrived on Sunday afternoon, no one was in the office. A passerby informed us to check the mailbox and we did find our information packet. Luckily, a maintenance person happened by as we were approaching our site because a neighbor had parked their truck in our site. We have a small Maltese dog who was pure white when we arrived and dark gray when we left. Another dog owner informed us that it was useless to bathe the dog because an hour after washing his dog it was gray again. We would not stay at this campground again.
We were greeted by courteous, friendly Rangers who went above and beyond to make our stay enjoyable. The site we were given was large and clean and while walking our dogs we took note that everything we saw was well maintained. We've stayed in more expensive private campgrounds that didn't have the amenities that this campground offered.