We checked in here Nov. 1st to spend the winter; last year we passed through this area of Florida on the way back to Ohio from AZ, and in our opinion, this park is the nicest park we found in a 50+ mile radius of Ocala. If swimming is a big issue, you will be disappointed, but if you are like us and are looking for a well kept, quiet, nicely landscaped, secure park, this will fit the bill. Yes, it is bank owned, but we have never found the staff to anything but extremely helpful any time we've talked to them. There is a manager who is very pleasant and seems to be doing all he can to make everyone's stay a pleasant experience. We haven't noticed any "booming" noises as stated by a previous poster; there are the normal occasional noises you would expect from any neighborhood. We've found that both Gainesville and Ocala are just a short drive either north or south if you want big box stores and/or any kind of restaurant you'd want.
We spent eight days here on our way south to Florida, and overall, we thought the park was nice. There seemed to be a fair amount of "regular" residents, but they were in a separate section at the back of the park, and the majority of the units were newer. We were in a 60' pull through (they have longer ones for big rigs) and the sites all seemed to be level. The office staff was very friendly and helpful, and there was free internet at the office (in a separate room w/two stations), otherwise it was about $5 per day! The only complaint we (my wife) had was the laundry at the rear of the office; she said it wasn't the cleanest plus some of the machines needed some work. While here for a week, we observed that this park seemed to be a one night stopover for people on the go. It is easy to get to from either I-20 or I-26, and there are good restaurants and shopping close. If you like flea markets, the one at the front of the park (Sat & Sun) is a MUST! We wouldn't hesitate to stay here again.
After reading previous posts, I wasn't surprised by the narrow winding road leading to this park, but the drive was well worth it. What a beautiful setting for a RV park. There seemed to be a lot of permanent units, some old but also many newer ones. There are two lakes with fountains, and a beautiful little (active) church across the water. As we walked our dog in the late afternoon, we saw two white tailed deers. The restrooms and showers were modern and clean. We would definitely stay here again.