Have stayed here several times in the past when it was under Outdoor Resorts and enjoyed our stay. Many things have changed besides the name however. Reservation process and check in was efficient and business like but not friendly. Did not provide any information regarding local events, attractions or restaurants. They did however point out the many rules they have such as a dress code to include “men are to wear shirts at all times”, “no bare feet except at pool”. Also “no patio lights”, “no freestanding satellite dishes”, “No signs” and so on. I generally applaud campgrounds with strong rules but some of this seemed a little over the top for a Class A only resort. Site was a clean and well-maintained pull-in on the golf course. Concrete pad with 50 amp service and was very level. A little rust in the water so make sure to run before connecting to RV to flush it out. Park itself is well maintained and very clean. Many amenities such as pools, tennis courts and the clubhouse all of which where very well maintained with the exception of the pitch & putt golf course, which was in, rough shape. No trash pickup on weekends and holidays and it’s a bit of a hike to the trash facility. Wi-Fi is only at the office and its not that good. Unfortunately the one rule they apparently don’t have is not allowing construction by owners during weekends and holidays. Person three sites over was building a Tiki Hut and ran a circular saw from sun up to sun down the entire time. In general this is a clean well-maintained RV resort and is probably more interesting during the “Snow-Bird” season when they have activities. Not sure if they are under new owners but the feel of the place was not very inviting and its not really a place for families with kids. Price is with FMCA discount.
Very nice park in a beautiful area just outside of Brevard. Owners are very friendly and provide a wealth of information about local attractions and happenings. Park was quiet and well maintained. Wi-Fi is available but spotty during bad weather. Cell phone service is nonexistent. Only negatives where the narrow streets, small sites and they don't take credit cards. If you have a small RV, its a pretty nice place to stay.
Really enjoyed our stay. The park is very wooded and quiet. Lots of walking trails to explore. Sites are fairly level and hard packed. We did not use the bathhouses but they looked to be in good condition and clean. Access to the park during the time we stayed was a bit difficult because of road work on Skidaway Island. Traffic in the mornings and late afternoons was pretty bad. We will stay here again.
Overall we enjoyed our stay here the sites are for the most part secluded but are not level and very sandy. Be prepared to track sand or mud if it rains. The bathhouses are old and in need of repair but where clean. Only one trash bin in the park and its a hike if your site is in the back. The beach is beautiful with easy access and plenty of parking for both cars and RV's. I would stay here again but not sure that I'd want to stay for more than a couple of days.
Nice campground for an overnight stay or just a few days. No activities or areas for kids and no cable TV. That said, the sites are all pull through and mostly level. Easy access for big rigs. Staff very friendly and helpful. Local attractions (like Old Town) as well as Camping World and Gander Mountain are a short drive away. Bit of traffic noise at night but nothing that would keep me from coming back.
We've stayed at Fort Wilderness many times and have always enjoyed ourselves. Campground was clean and well maintained as always and there's plenty to do. Only thing we didn't like on this trip was the site they assigned us. Our Motorhome is 32 feet not that big by today's standards but they put us in one of the tightest sights. It was so tight in fact that the camper that left the sight that morning knocked down the sign post and part of a tree. However just three sights down was a very easy to access sight that was empty when we arrived and they put a class B on it. Site assignment made no sense.
Very nice quiet little campground. Easy access from I95. Lots of restaurants and shopping in the general area. Staff very friendly and helpful. Park is clean and well maintained. We will stay here again.
The resort is split into several camping areas, the “Premium” sites are close to the office and pool, are pull-through, with concrete pads, cable TV (not very good) and 50-amp service. The “Non-Premium” sites are grass with 30-amp service and are located toward the back of the resort. Free Wi-Fi is available sporadically throughout the park. All sites where fairly level and in good condition. Sites are narrow in my opinion and not very deep; access streets are a little narrow as well. If you have a large rig with a tow vehicle you may have a hard time getting it all on the site (neighbors stuff spills over just about everywhere). If you’re looking for a resort close to the Orlando attractions with a lot of activities and party atmosphere you’ll probably enjoy your stay. The pool area plays music (loudly) most of the day and into the early evening. If your looking for a quiet, restful stay this probably isn’t the place for you or at least not in the premium sites.
This is a very nice little campground near I-95. Access is easy, and it’s very quiet with little or no traffic noise despite being close to highway. Campground is approximately 5 miles from Old Town attractions and 10 miles from beach. Sites are wide and all pull-thru. Office staff friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi is free and worked very well. As others have said this is a very basic campground. No pools or activities for children. If your looking for a night stop over or a few days stay near the local attractions I highly recommend. Price includes FMCA discount and local sales/resort tax.
This park is situated right on the Indian River and directly across the river from the Kennedy Space Center. If you are in town to watch a Shuttle launch you won't find a campground with a better vantage point. Streets are a little narrow but still drivable with a large motorhome. The pull through sites are very large but most of the back-in sites are narrow. Park was fairly well maintained and clean. All sites are dirt/grass and are un-level. Lots of trees and the breeze from the river is very nice. There is a good bit of traffic noise from the highway but not to bad. Staff is helpful but not overly friendly. WiFi was available but didn't work well.
As others have said this is an open campground and there's very little in the way of shade. Sites are gravel and un-level but not bad. Most are narrow but plenty long enough for big rigs. Electric and water only on most sites. Dump station available and convenient. Only one trash drop off site for the entire campground so it can be a bit of a hike depending on where your site is. Park is clean and pretty well maintained with the exception of the weeds between sites and along roads which needed mowing badly. Sunset over Lake Dixie was beautiful. Plenty of hiking and biking trails. Several piers to fish from, and Lake Louisa has a swimming area. Will be back but in the fall, winter or spring.
Its Disney so it going to be a well maintained campground. Sites and streets are a little narrow so big rigs and big 5th wheels will have a bit of a hard time maneuvering. Onsite transportation is easy to get to and runs promptly. You could spend a couple of days just with the activities in the campground. Only thing that was not completely up to Disney standards was that they have cut down a lot of the trees that surrounded the sites. Looks a bit rough at the moment but I'm sure they will planting new plants to replace what they removed. At our site the cable and electrical hookups where at the front of the site so extensions for both where needed. Will stay here again.
This is an over 55 RV and Golf Resort. Most sites are owned but many are available for rent. Small 9 hole golf course is in good shape and was enjoyable to play. Club house and pool are also available to renters. Owners and staff are friendly and very helpful. Some sites do not have cable so you'll need to check on availability. Wi-Fi is easy to access and worked well. Close to Kennedy Space Center, Daytona Beach, Cocoa Beach and Orlando.
Very nice resort as you would expect from Outdoor Resorts. Well landscaped and manicured. Most sites are privately owned and are rented during the off-season. There is a minor league baseball park almost directly across the street from the resort and you do hear the announcer on the PA system. In my opinion it wasn’t very loud but it is something to be aware of. In our case it was great because they had a big fireworks display after the game on the 4th and the 5th. The site we stayed at was like having a front row seat to the show. Resort has a pitch and putt golf course that really isn't much but looked to be in pretty nice shape. Several pools and tennis courts as well. All in all its a very nice park and we will definitely stay there again.