This is not a place we would really care to return to. The streets are very narrow, 2 way. If you meet someone, it is a challenge to pass if you are in your motor home. Then, trying to back into a narrow site and avoid the cars parked in the drive across from you. Lots of permanents and all appear in a good state of repair. They have very few limited sites that have 50 amp. The sites are level, and from what we saw most have a concrete patio, but no picnic table. Then in reference to their WiFi, or lack there of. They use Tango Net: we tried it, but it just would not work. Even at their hot spot in the club house it would not work. Other residents said it is just the way it is. We would not return here.
Location says it all. RV sites are separate from the permanents, and they do have a few pull throughs. All the roads & RV sites are crushed shell, so plan on tracking a lot into your RV. There is some grass around the sites. Very little road noise even though the pull throughs are fairly close to the road. Electric was very steady. Water pressure did fluctuate at times but adequate. Wi-Fi was working very well until a couple of other RV's showed up with quite a few kids, and then the Wi-Fi pretty much died. Agree with the others that getting to the beach is quite a walk especially when the heat index is above 100. To go to other beaches in the area can be quite a drive plus $2.00 an hour to park. When coming onto Sanibel Island, it will cost $3.00 per axle. And if you leave the island and come back you will have to pay again. Over all, we had a good experience here and would come back.
Rate does not reflect a one night P/A discount or G/S discount. The park is approx. 6 miles from Cedar Key. We found the park very quiet, clean, and friendly during our days here. Wi-Fi is one of the best we have experienced. We were in a pull thru (#42) with a level concrete pad and patio with a picnic table. All sites are not pull through, but all do have a concrete pad & patio. Interior roads are paved. Utilities are on a conveniently located pedestal. 50 amp Electric was very steady and water pressure was 40 psi. While here we drove through several of the other RV parks in the area and are glad we stayed here. Cedar Key is really an interesting place. It is back to an old Florida setting with shops, restaurants, fishing, and site seeing. We would definitely return.
Just to clarify a couple of complaints from another review. There is a fence between the walking trail and the campground. Sure someone could still jump over, but quite doubtful. The reason for the small trees is because a hurricane destroyed all the bigger ones (mostly palms) a few years ago. I have to agree on the trains (Tri-Rail), they come through quite often and always blow their whistle. For us it is not a problem. For Wi-Fi we have found it to be excellent, quite fast and reliable. They have security that checks through the park quite often, especially at night. We have been to this park at least 5 or 6 times and have always found everything to be in excellent condition. The pool is only open on week-ends in the winter season. When we come to this area this is our go-to park. Electric and water is very good and hook ups are on a pedestal. The sewer connection is in back so you may need a long hose for connection. We would return to this park.
Over all we found this to be a nice park. Check in went smoothly and easily. The hosts were quite friendly and knowledgeable of the area suggesting things to do and restaurants. We found the park to be very clean and well maintained. Mostly permanents that were closed up for the summer as the owners have already gone back north. The site we were on (120) was a bit narrow, but very level asphalt with a small concrete patio and picnic table. There was good distance between us and our neighbors. Water and electric was adequate, and the connections are located between sites. So my water and electric hook up was on the passenger side of our motor home. The sewer connections are on the driver's side for all the sites. We would return here again.
The park is conveniently located to visit Naples or the Ft. Myers area. We stayed in a premium spot (#30) which is a level concrete pad, concrete patio with a picnic table. The hosts are very friendly and knowledgeable of the area sights and restaurants. Everything in the park appears to be well maintained. The park is a mix of permanent residents and RV's. My only negative comments would be that the roads are a bit narrow, but not impossible and the sewer connection is a little high for good flow, and all connections are in back of the site.
The price reflects the cost for a super-site. Very level concrete pad, with patio, cable, very nice picnic table and fire pit. All utilities were fine. The park was clean and everything appeared to be well cared for. The roads are a bit narrow but never caused a problem that we could see. The jet noise was not all that noticable, but we are pretty sound sleepers. We feel for the price of the site it should have included WiFI. I ask if I could wash the bugs off the front of our motor home and was advised no. Guess they have never heard of "Love Bugs" and what they can do to the paint, so just had to improvise a little to get them off. Over all we had a very good experience here and would return if ever in this area again.
We stopped here for just overnight. We really liked this park, and if we had more time we would have probably stayed a couple of more days. The sites are level gravel with a lot of room between sites. Nice shade trees throughout the park. Excellent Wi-Fi and no cable TV but quite a few channels on the antenna. Very friendly host. We will definitely stop here again when in the area.
As all the last reviews stated, this park is good for an overnight stop. Park is well kept. We would of liked to have 50 amp service but they were full when we got here. Utilities all good, including cable TV and Wi-Fi. Biggest fault is the site we were on was not level at all. None of the other vacant sites looked very level either. We would probably stop here again, but call ahead to make sure we could get a 50 amp site.
This is our 3rd time staying here. It is just a stop on our way north from south Florida. We stayed 3 days this time so we could do some touring around St. Augustine. Seems a little pricey since they do not have a pool but it is what it is, convenient! For the 3 days we are here it was $41.58 a night which reflects a Good Sam discount and includes tax. Site was fairly level and the utilities were all good.
Excellent in almost every aspect. The grounds are clean, and there are lots of things to do in the park. The $40.00 rate per day is their only rate. They do not offer a discount for a week or month long stay. Sites very level and paved with a concrete patio, grill, and picnic table. Close by there are some great restaurants and shops. Also a casino is just a short drive from the park. Tri-Rail runs next to the park and is somewhat noisy, but not something that bothered us. The park is well lit and patrolled regularly. The Wi-Fi took an electrical hit during a storm while we were there, and was back up and running within a few hours. We will definitely be back.
Fee represents a P/A discount. The park is very well ran, clean, and well maintained. Sites are all grass and the one we were on (125) was a bit difficult to get level on. Hook-ups are well located. The host/owner was very friendly and knowledgeable. An escort to the site is provided. Wi-Fi (very fast), water and electric were all excellent. We would definitely stop here again.
The price reflects a Passport America discount. This is a great park for a quick overnight stop, or for visiting in the Macon area. Electricity and water were very good, and you can get several channels on the TV with only an antenna. Wi-Fi worked very well. The sites are gravel and grass with a concrete patio and a picnic table. There are some shaded sites available, but we were not on one. We would definitely stop here again.
We stopped here for a quick overnight stop. We found our site to be level, with gravel and grass. Also had a picnic table, a cement patio and a fire ring as well. Water pressure and electric was very good and the cable TV was excellent. We had plenty of room for our motorhome and toad. Hook-ups were right were they should be for easy access and connection. The hosts were very friendly and knowledgeable. At the previous poster stated, make sure you follow the signs not your GPS. We will camp here again.
Price reflects P/A discount. We totally agree with the previous poster. The sites are reasonably level and the water pressure and 50 amp electric is very good. We went to a bluegrass music show that was very good while we were here. The host was very good and knowledgeable. We looked around the older sites that only offer 30 amp and there were no large trees for shade either. There was some road noise but barely noticeable. Wi-Fi was down for the entire park at the time we were here. We were told a storm had taken the system out approximately a week ago. We would stop here again.
What a nice park. Long pull throughs, reasonably level, and plenty of space with lots of trees. I agree with previous posts that this is a great park. We came in for one night and are now going to spend a couple of more. They also have an excellent trap shooting range, and archery range for those that may be interested. Water pressure is great and electric (50 amp) was rock solid. The park is approx. 20 miles from the north end of Columbus and about 15 miles from Delaware. Easy on and off of I-71. The restaurant in front of the park has excellent family style food. We would definitely stay here again.
We stopped here for one night and ended up staying for three. Extremely nice hosts, and a very well kept park. While not near some of the major restaurants there was an Applebes, and Bob Evans fairly near by. A great bakery is in downtown Gibsonburg too. If you want a quiet leisurely place to stay this is it. Water pressure and electric was very good, and the sites reasonably level with a good distance between campers. We would have rated it higher if they would have had a laundromat and Wi-Fi.
This is a Morgan NASCAR theme park. We were here for just a one night stop over and think it is a bit pricy for just a water and electric hook up. That being said, this is a very large and well run park with just about everything you can imagine in a RV park. Very clean and well maintained. The check-in went very smooth and the hosts were just great. Water and electric were both good. The day we arrived they were having an old car show and a live band playing. Lots of activities going on. We would stay here again.
We were only here for a stop over and it is good for that. Full hook-ups, sites were kind of level but could be better. Gravel and grass for the pull-through sites that we were on. However we were so close to the person next to us we would have reached out and touched their RV. Electric and water were good, and the Wi-Fi worked well from the site we were on. We would stay here again.
The park itself appears to be well maintained and offer a lot of activities. When making a reservation no mention was made of how to get into the park. If you are coming from the north and use River Road, I would not recommend doing that. The road is extremely narrow, to the point that if you meet someone both of you have to get over as far as possible to pass. There is no room for error! Also, the road has a lot of low hanging tree branches that if we would have had a rubber roof I am sure we would have had some damage. We have a fiberglass roof, but after we got in the roof was covered with leaves, limbs and acorns as well as hickory nuts. If you must use this park, come in from the south on River Road, you will still have some tree limbs to deal with but not to the extent of the north part of this road. The electric was good, but water pressure never got over 25 PSI and went lower at times. Barely enough pressure to make the black tank flush system work. They offer cable TV but if it rains that goes away. I did ask the person at the desk about the low branches and they said it was the county's problem, but the county won't do anything about it. Later I went to the office to ask about some local directions and the only one there was a young boy who had no idea what or where anything was. Wi-Fi did not work at our site, we were told that it only goes out 300 feet. So if you need Wi-Fi you will have to go to the office. We would not return to this park.
Price reflects a discount coupon. This was an overnight stop for us. Great customer service, easy check in and escort to the site. Site is in an open area, no shade, grass and dirt, and fairly level. We were within eight feet or less of the camper next to us. Good water pressure but electric was marginal at the best. Water and electric only for those of us just staying over night. This is a family park with lots of kids running around, but they seemed to be under parents control and quieted down around 10pm. The park does have a lot of activities going on. If in the area for an over night stop this serves the purpose. We would stop here again.
What a great park. They advertise as an adult park and they are; maybe that is why they are so busy. Check-in went smooth, the staff was exceptional and they escort you to your site. Roads are wide and in great shape, sites are long, roomy, pull-throughs, gravel and level. Everything in and around the park is very clean and well maintained. Electric was good and the Wi-Fi was excellent at all times of the day. The restaurant, on site, serves a great breakfast. This park is close to Bangor for site seeing and shopping. The only thing that we saw that could use some improvement is the water pressure could be better.
Rate was for 50 amp. Very convenient to Hwy 2. Short, pull-through, grass and gravel sites. They could use more gravel in the sites, though, to bring them up to being more level. But good for an over night stop. Water pressure was adequate, electric very good, and Wi-Fi was excellent. The park has a few permanents and for the most part they appear to be well maintained. We would stop here again if in the area.
We wanted a 50 amp site, however we ended up on a 30 amp. Never really been a problem at other parks, but the electric was barely usable here. You could not run two appliances at the same time; example, a coffee pot and toaster, or the circuit breaker would trip. A check at the post showed 112 volts. The sites we were on were all grass, fairly level, but soft. You will need pads under the leveling jacks. Good water pressure. We were told Wi-Fi had been upgraded to work better, however, as the last poster stated, it is fast early in the morning but as more people log on it slows or stops completely. Some of the interior roads are paved and some are red sand stone, and both are very rough and in need of repair. The entrance road to the park is also very rough and full of pot holes. The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable of the area. The park is very clean and appears everything is well maintained. Lots of kids, but there is enough to do in the park to keep them busy. Things quiet down at night. If the electric was updated we would probably stay here again, but until that happens we would not.
This is a beautiful park with a great view of the 5 islands. Sites are gravel and level and we didn't have anyone on either side of us. Adequate space between sites though. Picnic table included as well as a fire ring. Pool is under renovation at this time. Wi-Fi comes and goes in and out. Water and electric both are good. Absolutely no AT&T service in this area. The camp host is friendly, but not too knowledgeable of the area. When I called for a reservation I said that we wanted to see the 45 foot tidal surge, and was told we would (70 mile one way trip from here if you want to see it). Best to bring any groceries you may need with you as a grocery store is not close by. We were a bit disappointed and feel we were mis-led that we would see the 45 foot tide from this location. The tide here is only 7 or 8 feet at the most. Had we known and done a little more research we would have stayed in the South Maitland area where you can actually see the 45 foot tidal surge. That was our mistake. For that reason we would not stay here again.
What a great park. The owners and staff are friendly and knowledgeable of the area. They will do everything they can to make your stay enjoyable. The view out the front window of our motorhome is tremendous and the Cabot Trail is just a short drive away. Make sure you go if you are in the area. Electric and water are good and the sites are roomy. Wi-Fi is one of the best we have encountered. There are levels to the park, D and E have the best views. We would have rated them a 10 if the site would have been just a little more level. We would definitely stay here again.
The park itself is clean and the staff was friendly. The sites are extremely close together, small, gravel and grass and fairly level. Water pressure was low, but adequate; and the electric was poor at the best. Road noise all night long from a near by freeway. As previously stated by another poster, the Wi-Fi comes and goes or is just not there. It is approximately 16-20 miles into Halifax from the park. We would probably not stay here again.
Call for directions. If you use your GPS or MapQuest or Google Maps it will route you through town. There is a better way. Friendly, knowledgeable staff. The park roads are narrow and tight, the sites are grass and they are fairly close together. This is a family park with lots of kids going every which way. Loud and noisy during the day and into the late evening. Fireworks going off well past eleven. Water pressure was good but electric was marginal at the best. Of the 260 sites here most are permanents, but well maintained. We would not camp here again.
Very nice place! Wide grass covered sites. Lots of trees and set back off the highway enough to be nice and quiet. Very good Wi-Fi, and if you use just an antenna for TV, you will only get three channels. Roads are paved and a bit narrow but still easy enough to get around. Was escorted to our site and helped getting lined up correctly. The owner was knowledgeable of the area and was very friendly. We would stop here again.
What a great place to stay. It has very long pull through sites that are grass and gravel and plenty of space between the sites. Electric and water is very good also. Very helpful and knowledgeable staff. Quiet and off the road so there is no road noise. A short drive to Acadia National Park as well as great restaurants and still close to town. If the Wi-Fi worked a little better I could easily rate this place a 10! If in this area again we would definitely stay here again.
This is not an RV Resort, it is a trailer park that has just a few sites that they use for RV's. Actually the sites are set up for a permanent and you have to adapt your RV to it. Roads are paved but narrow and the sites are very close together. Listened to music from the trailer next to us all night. Out of the 550 plus sites they probably only have 10 or so open RV sites that obviously have had a permanent on them at one time or another. Had it not been for an appointment we had the next day, we would have left. We felt like we were in a summer daycare center with all the kids that were out and about and screaming. Gas powered golf carts going by constantly and a lot of loud motorcycles. Wi-Fi for $ (never ask) and only works at the rec. hall. Good water pressure is about all that was good here. The staff that was around were not friendly and didn't acknowledge we were even there.
Nice convenient park located about half way out on the Cape. Sites are mostly sand with a little gravel, wide, nearly level, and angled making it easy to get in and out. Also you are not crowded in close to your neighbor. Electric & water pressure is good and steady. Laundry also was very clean with 4 washers and 2 dryers. Wi-Fi is good but slows down at times. Staff is friendly and knowledgeable of the area. We would stay here again.
Warning, DO NOT use your GPS to get here. Use the parks web site for directions because the Taconic Parkway allows cars only. The sewer is all the way to the back, water pressure (very low) at 30 PSI, and Wi-Fi only if you get in the car and drive over near the managers house, no cable TV either. The road going in is full of potholes and very rough, if you have a tow dolly it will drag on the hump in the road. The lake is for park residents only and is warm and clear. The park has lots of permanents but all of their spots were kept up and clean. Had it not been for the fact that we were in the area to visit some friends we would not have stayed here. We did see lots of deer and turkeys. The area is heavily wooded but the sites are out in the open. Electric was good and stable. The park is over priced for what you get, but it is the only one near the area we were visiting.
Rate reflects a Good Sam discount and a coupon. We really enjoyed this park. Lots of trees, very clean, nearly level wide gravel sites. Good electric, cable is not offered and the water pressure could be a little better. A friendly informative host who was a pleasure to talk with. The park is close enough to make it easy to tour the area, but located in a quiet area. We would stay here again.
If you like being in a site close to your neighbor, this is the place for you. Kind of like being in a sardine can. After our slide outs were out we could not access our storage areas due to the camper next to us. Looking around the park most of the sites are very close. Wi-Fi was very slow. Cable with only 12 channels? Park was very crowded with lots of children running around un-supervised. The lady that checked us in was very polite & that part went smoothly. Our mistake was not checking the sites prior to paying. It had been a long day and we were just glad to get off the road. We would never stop back at this park again.
Rate reflects Good Sam & a GS discount coupon. Great place to stay. Gravel sites with concrete pad & picnic table. Very open with no shade. Nearly all sites are pull through and very roomy. Free Wi-Fi & cable TV. Close to shopping and restaurants if needed. This is a fairly new park and easy to get to from I-95. Water pressure and electric were very good. Nice pool, putt-putt golf and play ground for children. We would definitely stop here again.
This is a good overnight stop. Closest restaurant is at least 5 miles away. An airport is close by but really didn't bother us at all; but may be a problem for some. Long pull-through's, sites were mostly sand with some grass. The site we were on was fairly level. Free Wi-Fi for one day, then pay as you go. Escorted to site. Managers were very friendly and helpful. Pool looked very nice, but we did not use it. The road coming in is also sand and some gravel, and also quite rough. We would stop here again.
With Good Sam and a $5. Good Sam Coupon our site was at $27.00, the rate for the night. This park has long, wide grassy and gravel sites. They are fairly level. It is OK for an overnight. Nice pool too. The staff is very nice and pleasant. This is an older park but the power and water pressure was good. This time of year the park was fairly empty also. The free Wi-Fi worked well. We would return. Actually, we were here in 2006 and the park has really improved quite a bit since then.
Price reflects P/A discount. Sites are all grass and somewhat level. Water, electric, etc. all good. Never seen a host, the office was empty, so it was just a self check-in. There are a few permanents but the park is mostly empty this time of year. If you want to visit "The Villages", this is about as close as you can get. We would stay here again.
We totally agree with the past posts. This is a nice over-night stop, easy in and easy out. The hosts are very friendly and informative. The site we were in was not all that level, but it was just for one night, so not a problem. We would definitely stay here again.
Nightly rate reflects a 3 night stay using P/A for the first night. There is a lot to do here and if nothing else make sure you go to the laser light show. Sites were gravel and reasonably level. Electric and water were all good. C/G host escorted us to the site and assisted in setting up. This is our second time here and we will return again.
Rate reflects P/A rate. Also, they only accept cash or check, no credit cards. Sites are pull through and nearly level. Great place to stay to visit Savannah and Hilton Head. This is our second time here and we will be back again.
Nice park overall. Sites were reasonably level and it was easy to get in and out. Most sites are grass and gravel. Good Sam & FMCA accepted. Good electric and water pressure. It was just a one night stop over this time, but we plan on coming back to see St. Augustine. We would stay here again.
If they had shade this would definitely be a 10 rating park. Concrete level pads, picnic tables, a grill and good Wi-Fi. It is unbelievable how much there is to do and see in this area. Numerous excellent restaurants close by as well as beaches, malls, what ever you want to do. There were probably only 5 other campers here at the time we were. We would definitely stay here again.
Very nice park, clean with good water pressure and electric. Wi-Fi is $5.00 a day, we didn't try it. No shade. Most sites are grass with a concrete pad. No table provided. They now will not accept Passport America until after April 1st, even though their sign out front states differently. Lady at desk said the owner is thinking of dropping P/A all together. Over all the park is in a good location for visiting the Punta Gorda area. We would stay here again.
This is a very nice older park. Roads are a bit narrow but not a problem. Managers are very friendly and knowledgeable of the area. Sites are fairly level on grass with a concrete patio and picnic table. The park is located in a nice area and close to about anything you may be looking for. No discounts in season which is standard for most parks in Florida. We would definitely stay here again.
Rate shown reflects PPA discount, charge for cable TV and a charge for 50 amp service. The cable TV service was poor with quite a few of the channels being fuzzy and difficult to see at times. The staff said since Comcast took over from Adelphia it has been that way. Wi-Fi is slow when it works. It comes in and drops out usually when you don't want it to. The sites are level concrete with a concrete patio and picnic table. The sites are not as close together as some parks we have been in. The sites are at an angle, so it is easy to back in. The pull through sites are along the entrance exit drive. There is little to no shade, so if you visit here in the summer, be prepared. There was a lot of rain while we were here and there was no flooding or water problems. This is an ideal park for visiting the Treasure Coast as it is centrally located just off of US 1. We would camp here again.
The price reflects PPA & what Harbor Lakes consider an elite site. That means a concrete pad and patio. Most sites are grass though. This is our third time here and nothing has changed. I was told again this time that Wi-Fi is only available in the club house and they probably will never install Wi-Fi for the whole park due to the expense. We were told that in season the park is approx. 75% French Canadian. There is still no TV service available unless you have a satellite. The RV antenna gets you a few channels but they fade in and out. Overall, the park is clean and well maintained. If you stop here and get an elite site, watch the trees planted next to the pad as they are very close to hitting the roof of the RV.
Rate reflects PPA discount. This is a very nice park with friendly staff. The sites are all grass, nearly level, and were freshly mowed when we arrived. Sites are open with no shade for the most part. A few permanents are around the outer perimeter. For those interested the park is just north of "The Villages" with all they have to offer. Wi-Fi was excellent and cable TV offered a good deal of channels. There are also some beautiful horse farms in the area. We would stop here again.
What a great park! It was a year old as of April this year. The staff is very helpful and knew the area for site seeing. The previous reviewer describes the park exactly. We have never been in a cleaner and better set up park. If you are using a GPS and coming off of I-95 the address will show the park on the opposite side of the street than it is. Use N31*08.025 & W081*34.947 and that will get you right to the office. We would definitely stop here again.
This park suited our needs very well as we wanted to go to Hilton Head and to Savannah, and the park is about in the middle of both. I really can't add anything to the previous review as they described it quite accurately. The owner said he is in the process of expanding the park to more sites, and making as many pull through sites as possible. While here, we had a problem with our RV and we checked with the owner who recommended All American RV who came and made the repair. They were very reasonable and thorough. I would definitely stay here again.
The rate is with a PPA discount which can only be used only for the first day. We came to this park after reading previous reviews and to meet some family in Atlanta. We ended up staying longer when we saw what the park had to offer. When we first arrived and began to hook-up we found the electric not working. A call to the office and a repairman showed up within just a few minutes and fixed the problem. We were in the 400 site numbers and they are not even close to being level. Other RV's had a problem getting leveled up due the the uneven and broken asphalt pads in this area. We enjoyed the park and all they have to offer. The Wi-Fi worked very well in the area we were in. We would camp here again.
The price reflects a Good Sam discount. The prior reviews are accurate. My only complaint would be that when we checked in we were told there were no 50 amp sites available. Prior to leaving we checked around the park and found a whole row of empty 50 amp sites. Since we were only staying for the night, we did not ask why. Staff was friendly during check-in and the sites were very close to being level. If in the area again we would call ahead and make sure 50 amp sites were available.
We came to this RV park after a couple of others that we had checked with were full. We read the previous reviews and should have paid more attention to them. We just hoped that in a year it had improved. Well, it hasn't! The roads within the park are for one vehicle only; if you meet someone, one of you has to back up. The roads are poorly maintained, full of pot holes along with being quite narrow. The site we were on was fairly level, but also very tight to get into and out of. Had anyone been home across the way when we got there or left, we would have not made it. The sewer connections are all higher than normal, so as they say, it needs to flow up hill. A neighbor that is in a permanent told us they raised all the sewer connections to keep the ground water out. While we were there it rained and the park turns into a muddy swamp. The drainage is just non existent, so it stayed that way for several days. They have Wi-Fi & cable at an additional cost, but there was not any reception for the wifi at the site we were on. The park itself is very old with mostly permanents. We definitely would not stay here again.
We stayed here in Feb. and liked the park and the area so we stopped again. They are now a Passport America member so it was $23 a night which included a upgrade to an elite site (concrete pad & patio). We were told the park has new owners & they may have Wi-Fi by next year but no cable TV as they are in the county & cable will not come out into the county. The staff was very knowledgeable and friendly. This time of year they only have about 60 full time residents so we pretty much had the place to ourselves. We will probably stop here again.
The only thing I can say bad about this park is the lack of shade trees. The staff is excellent and everything is clean and well maintained. We had an excellent view of the lake. They have fishing and boat rentals too. Beware, and the staff will tell you on check-in, they have about 110 psi water pressure, so a regulator is a must. They have plenty of room between the sites. We would stay here again.
Very nice park with a friendly staff. This is a good park to stay to see the pigs in Lexington, have some BBQ, and go the Childress Winery. The park is paved roads with gravel sites. Had it rained it would have been muddy as the gravel is getting a little thin. They have boat rentals and fishing in the lake. Quite a few permanents are here too. We would stay here again.
This is a very well maintained CG with 3 lakes. You can fish in any of them & there is a swimming beach on one of the lakes. However, you can't really swim there due to the Canadian Geese that seem to use the beach, they really leave a mess. The fishing is restricted to certain areas, not sure why though. The roads are gravel and very dusty, it was cool enough one day to leave the windows open but couldn't due to the dust. A security guard patrols the grounds and creates a lot of the dust with his golf cart, he also takes his job just a little to seriously. He loves to blow his whistle. Didn't happen to us, but saw him several times getting after people. Due to having relatives in the area we would probably stay here again.
This park is right off I-64 and is just what it says it is, "Overnight RV Park". The park is on top of a mountain; any which way you look is down. It is all grass and the sites are not all that level, but the view is absolutely beautiful, making up for the sites. Deer were wondering in close in the evening and again in the morning & birds were everywhere too. When John Denver sang that West Virginia was almost heaven he must have been referring to this area. The host was very accommodating and assisted in set-up. We would definitely stop here again.
This was an overnight stop for us. They were almost full when we got there but fit us in. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. Sites were level and well maintained. It was easy off and on to get to the park from I-65. We would stay there again.
Overall a very nice campground, we stayed here 3 days and would stay here again. Seemed a little pricey given the number of campgrounds in the area but we guess it is because of Nashville & The Grand Ole Opry is approx. 2 miles away. There is a lot to see and do in this area. The staff is friendly and really go out of their way to make sure everything is going right. Make sure to check out the calendar for the park as they have entertainment one or two nights a week.
Very nice park, a little off the interstate but worth the drive. We stayed just one night as we were traveling through the area. The concrete pads are very level. Hook-ups are located for easy access and connection. The park appears to be fairly new and in excellent condition. We would stay here again.
This is an older park and like all of New Orleans needs some repairs, but over all the condition is good. The concrete pads are large but over the years has settled and are not level any more. If you are going to the French Quarter it is about a 15 mile trip. The staff was friendly and eager to assist you in any way they could. A young man that was assisting us in backing in nearly got us hit by a pickup truck that was coming by and he got us on the wrong site, but we didn't have to move, they just changed out sites. Just was a close call. There were a lot of campers coming and going during our 3 day stay, this is a very busy campground. If using a GPS or Map Quest you will be taken through some back narrow streets which is not necessary, just get off I-10 at Williams Blvd & go south to Jefferson Ave. We would stay at this park again.
Very nice park. Just off I-10 far enough that you don't have any road noise. The park is fairly new with level gravel sites. Hook-ups are conveniently located & the owner is on site helping you get set up. A plus was he told us about how the Blue Angles would be practicing at the Pensacola Naval Air Station the next day (approx. a 15 mile drive). Apparently they have practice at least 2 days a week. We went & it is a great show, all free, you are seated very close to the show, and volunteers let you know which way the jets will be coming from. The Navel Aviation Museum is also there for viewing. We would stay at this park again.
This was a great park for the price. Two blocks from the Gulf beaches. We would have given it a 10 if a pool was available, but with the beach so close it is not needed. Another park just down the road was $114. a night and the sites were much closer together and the walk to the beach was more than 2 blocks. This park is well designed with angled back-ins and the hook-ups are all in just the right place. The concrete pads are level and include a concrete patio. The owner is on site and very friendly & knowledgeable about the area. We would definitely stay here again.
We were attracted to this park because of the photo's on their website and it stated it is on the beach, and on the Gulf Of Mexico. Actually, they are on the Bay of Apalachicola (brackish water) & what they call a beach is mud and grass. It is not a beach that you can go swimming or enjoy. The view is good though. This park is primarily a fishing park. They have mostly 30 amp connections and limited 50 amp. with gravel and sand sites. Being beach people we would not camp here again. The hosts were friendly and mentioned that she should have told us about the beach on check-in.
Camped here for 4 days in Feb. Was told they had pull-thru sites when reservation was made but found out otherwise when we got there. No escort to the site, just a map. Staff knew the area well for sites to see and suggestions on what to do. A lot of permanents, sites were large, no shade around.