I was very afraid of the experience we were going to have after reading the reviews but, we checked in Front desk staff very friendly. Our site was nice and had a cement slab for our outdoor living space facing the water. Large sites with a combination of grass and pea gravel under the RV. Water pressure is a bit weak, but not too bad. The park was pretty clean. There are a few camping sites that are segregated from the RV sites. No long term permanent sites that I could see. I only saw one site that had the bamboo curtain set up. There are some old "hotel" buildings that look kind of sketchy, and some cute "caboose" trailers on the water that are new. Our experience here was all in all pretty good. People were nice. There was a marina so we could launch our boat. Marina store had lots of basic supplies. There is a restaurant on site which we did not try, so cannot comment.
This is the most beautiful RV park we have seen. Gated Class A only. First Class all the way. Beautiful club house with a bar, spa, sitting area, pool table, too many things to mention. Go to the web site to view the details. People were very friendly. Our site was on the river. We were able to watch the dolphins play, as well as the airboat tours go buy all day. (Only drawback to our stay was the noise from the boats) Pool and hot tub were clean and relaxing. We would definitely go back! Lots to do in the area.
The only good thing about this campground is the location. Situated on a small key close to Bahia Honda State Park. This park is huge and has a unkept marina with boat launch. There are obviously many permanent residents who have constructed an assortment of structures, tents, with junk and tacky decorations everywhere. Sewer system was having major issues while we were there so it was difficult to spend time outdoors with the stench. RV sites are small sites with gravel, hardly any grass, vegetation around except for the pots purchased by the campers. The club house should be demolished. Bathrooms in the clubhouse by the pool were deplorable. Pool was the highlight of the park. It is pretty big with lots of chairs, tables. Sometimes it was so crowded that you needed to bring your own chairs. There is a cafe on site by the pool that offered very good food. Burgers, etc, and a few nights a week, they had prime rib, ribs, Service in the cafe was very good. Staff extremely friendly in the cafe as well. Would I go back? Probably not. Encore needs to clean this place up!!!!!
We arrived in January to spend the first three weeks of our first RV trip for the winter. The park has much to offer. Check in was prompt and friendly. The park is quite large and is set on the river that leads to the gulf. Lots of shade with large pine trees that did make a mess, but gives you that camping feeling. There are some full time residents in permanent structures. Camp is very clean, people were very friendly. They offered many activities for those who may be interested. Pool was large and clean. Restroom facilities immaculate. There is a library on site with quite a good selection of books. Local farmer comes a few times a week to sell veggies. While we were there they had a swimsuit sale...$39 each suit. There was an excellent selection of high quality brand suits. A groomer comes for your pets, and a vet comes on site monthly. There was a nice craft fair in the club house. All in all, we enjoyed our time spent and would definitely return.