This is the most tropical resort we have ever stayed at. Our site overlooks the water on the Oceanside with a dock to swim off of and a Tiki Hut to sit under with side panels down to keep the wind off. It is just spectacular, even with the $105 plus tax per night. During this time of year, you can reserve 7 nights and get one free. Well worth the money. Nice doggier area and sites are separated by foliage. Staff is very pleasant. Will definitely come back again.
Older park with many trees. Roads very narrow but able to navigate with our 40 ft. and tow. The office was very pleasant. We were pretty well checked in with the info. from my phone reservation. We had a paved long pull thru for just overnight. They have dog walks, but are in the darkest areas of the park around ponds and woods. Still very workable for the dogs. We stayed there on our way down to Key West and will stay on our return trip.
Upon arrival, we were greeted by a friendly person, coffee, popcorn, newspaper and escorted to our paved pull-through site. With Wi-Fi and great cable TV all for the cash cost of $24. What a bargain for a clean, quiet evening off the road. There are large grassy areas to walk our 2 Corgis with a pretty lake to look at. This was a wonderful find and we will return again. Whether you stay a night or longer, this is a great park.
We arrived because of Hurricane Ike on his way to FL. An abundance of trees, so any satellite use is a NO GO, but they do have the best cable. WiFi at our site works most of the time. Very fast when it does work. The site we have is a long pull-through with a pad for the RV and gravel for area in front of RV and behind and gravel roads. Small campground, most sites are permanent with LP tanks next to RV. Very quiet and friendly people in office and campground. I counted only 10 sites that were actually vacant for use for traveling RVers. This is a very safe haven to get away from hurricanes, since the Marine Logistics area is right in Albany, GA. They had the FEMA trucks parked there waiting to see where Ike will hit the US. They left yesterday for TX. They try to stay around 200 miles from where the hurricane is projected to hit. We camped with 2 Corgis. Will stay again if chased from FL.
We had a 50 amp site on the last row for our 40 foot motorhome with tow. The electric/water hook ups were close to coach, but sewer need two lengths to reach. We had access to a large field to walk our two Corgis, which was nice. Very quiet one night stay almost empty campground. The check-in was simple and owner friendly. It was nice for an overnight stay. There is a 24hr. small truck stop right next door, but did not hear trucks coming and going. No trees to speak of, roads were dirt gravel and sites grass. Very easy to get to sites. Will stay again while on our way to Red Bay, AL.
We were on site 42 which was in the row that is used the most for overnighters. The sites were very very close. Almost like being at a Rally. The entrance was on a slope with a rather large rock in the middle. After entering, it did become a much better road. The owner was very, very friendly. Our reservation was ready for us, as we had called 2 weeks prior to our arrival. We were billed on our credit card before our arrival, which I thought was strange. Usually only done at larger campgrounds. There were 6 motorhomes all about 40' lined up by evening for just overnights. All the RVer's were very quiet and conscious of how close we all were and respected one another. They had a very small fenced in yard for dogs. I have two Corgis who did enjoy the fence, but were used to a larger area to play in. Will stay again on our travels on I-10 thru that area. Very easy on/off.