This was our first time there. This is the best small campground that we have ever been to. Our site (#1) was fantastic, being on the corner, we had no neighbors on one side. Sites are a little small, but they are very nice, all hook-ups including cable and a cement slab. Bathrooms and showers were impeccable. We did not give a '10' because sites are small and fire ring of the next side was too close to the unit and towing vehicle (we had to close all windows when neighbor made a small fire). Very close to main street, you can even walk. Very quiet and relaxing campground. We will come back.
This is a Provincial Park that is being run by a private group: SEPAQ. You make all reservations through them, and reserve early as the park is most popular. Sites are a bit tight to get into but it is worthwhile. All sites are shaded and fairly private. We had a lot of rain so the bathrooms/showers took a lot of abuse, but they were still acceptable. Very quiet after 11 p.m. Beautiful lake with a great beach within a 10 minutes walk. It is worth seeing. We will be back.
We had left Montreal early in the morning and were looking for a place to camp overnight. Saw the sign on I-81 and turned in. They are about 2.5 miles from the Interstate, easy to get, just follow the sign. Someone actually showed me to the site and help me back in. I set up the trailer and then went in the office to pay. Small but delightful campground on the river. They are family owned and extremely friendly. Shower (1) was very clean and so were the bathrooms. Sites have all hook-ups and cable. Really enjoyed my (short) stay and would stay again.
Nice, large grassy sites. Two bath houses. One is old and needs a bit of freshing up, the other was clean and pleasant to use. Numerous activities for children. We were on a corner (site 141) and on a short road leading to the pool. It was quite busy at times and a bit noisy. Also the main pool does not have a lifeguard. There were some teenagers playing with a ball and taking up way too much space. There was also a young and very heavy teenager bomb diving in the deep end of the pool and scaring away smaller kids. In my opinion, the pool needs supervision, at least on week-ends. Overall our experience was very good and we will return.
While the campground is huge and caters to a large seasonal population, about 200 sites (from no service to 3 services) are offered to the traveling public. These sites are grouped together, which is very smart. Campground is well designed, very clean, well maintained and offers lake swimming and numerous activities for children. We spent 5 nights there with family members and everyone loved it. We will return. The only reason for the 9 rating instead of 10, is due to difficulty in backing into some of the sites, it is pretty tight in places (unless you have a pull-through site).
Love this campground, but we were late in reserving and we were placed in the back. Large site with a cement slab. We were pleased with the site. However, we had neighbor that seem to be there for the season, they had numerous kids, ATV's of all kind and were Very Noisy on Saturday morning (with mechanical repairs on various motorcycles. Since we were there for only 2 day, we left after only one. But we will go back and make sure we have a center site. Restrooms were clean and campground has easy access from I-20 or I-26.
Campground is fairly close to highway #1 (4 lanes highway) and pretty noisy. While out sites had a cement slab, it was only one of two. Bathrooms were decent but we would not used the showers as they were dirty and falling apart. Cable was available, working fine, except that most programs were blocked by TV-14! What is that all about. Campground just be used for one night and then you move on. Thru Passport America we paid $15.00 per night. Pricing is why we went there.
Nice sites, mostly all in the shades. It's a little tight to negotiate and a large RV would have a real hard time. Even if park was quite busy, it was very quiet. Restrooms and showers were clean and we made use of them. They are about 6 miles from the beach and 15 miles from Daytona Beach. Stayed 4 nights and will come back.
This is an older campground that caters mostly to people staying over for winter (from northern states and Canada), so not too many sites available to transients. Our sites was fairly large with a long concrete patio. We were fairly pleased with the site. The only drawback is that we were almost next to a fairly busy street, so it was never real quiet and, in fact, quite noisy at time. Bathrooms and showers were just so-so. One toilet was broken when we arrived and was still broken when we left. We stayed a week. A big plus is they are next to the Pinella Trail, which was great for us as biking is our preferred form of exercise.
Large sites, separated from neighboring sites by trees and shrubs. Most sites are shady. Very quiet. Bathrooms and showers were modern and very clean during the week. A bit dirtier on the week-end due to more people being in the park. Not much to do in the area, so a nice place if you just want to relax and do a bit of hiking. Stayed 4 nights.
Sites are very small. Most sites occupied with year long residents. Available sites to travelers are beside the road. Very noisy. Neighbors are loud. First morning neighbor was talking with a buddy at 5:30 a.m. We left on Labor Day and that morning (7 a.m.) workers were putting up a metal shelter over a travel trailer. Well centralized to attractions. Would not stay there again.
We stayed 1 week. Since we were off season, campground was not full, which is good as some campers had the tv on pretty loud and pretty late. No one came around to enforce quiet time. Campground is overrun by squirrels. They are everywhere. Close to the beach, which is nice. The pool is great. Close to everything. Restrooms were adequate. Would try another campground on next visit to see if worthwhile, but would not mind coming back, again off season.
Very nice location. Roads in the campground are dirt and quiet dusty. We promised a pull-thru, but the site we had, we had to back in. Still not a big problem. Access to lots of hiking trails. Noisy at it seems that many campers are from close by and they all have golf carts and there's always someone driving by. Also, people seem to driving in and out constantly. Do not believe we will be back.
One of the most beautiful campground I have seen. Each site had to be created on the site of the mountain, has a treated wood fence and is fairly large. Restrooms are old and could use a refreshing, but were adequate. Pleasure camping there and would return.
Easy to reach, sites are large, level and, in the section we were in, had a concrete pad. Very hot in summer as trees are small and do not provide a lot of shade. Restrooms and showers were very clean and a pleasure to use. You get a code when you come in, which allows you to use the restrooms. This prevent kids playing in them, but since campground has no pool or playground, family do not really camp there. Quiet at night, close to malls, Columbia and next door to a week-end flea market. Will go back.
Access is not easy as the road is very hilly and full of curves. Sites are nice, lots of shade and campground is fairly quiet, even when it got fairly busy on the week-end. Restrooms are old and showers did not look inviting...in fact we used the camper's showers, even if very small.