This is a very nice park with paved interior roads and concrete pads with a large patio area. The host was extremely friendly and helpful. The park was populated mostly with snowbirds who went out of their way to welcome newcomers and make them feel at home. The park has a nice community room and a large front porch where happy hour social meetings are held every afternoon. There is a nice distance between pads and overall the park is very clean and uncluttered. Most sites are satellite friendly and approximately 80 channels are available on antenna. The free WiFi worked perfectly for us with three hotspots throughout the park. The park is far enough out of town to be private, but everything is just a few driving minutes away. We will definitely stay here in the future. Daily rate reflected is prorated weekly rate of $130. We stayed here three weeks.
This relatively new RV park is located just south of Okaloosa Island Bridge which makes it central to everything in the area. The park is very well kept with a very helpful maintenance staff. The sites are all paver bricks with spacious parking for RV and another vehicle. The free Wi-Fi worked perfectly with a strong signal. There are no large trees which makes it very satellite friendly. The park backs up to a small beach on the bay, furnishing a nice view of the water with park access. The park is very dog friendly with paved dog walking paths that connect to the private beach. A heated swimming pool is always very clean and is located at the end of the park next to the bay. The amenities of the Ramada Inn across the street are available to RV resort guests. A laundry is available and was very clean, although we did not use it. We enjoyed all aspects of this park and have reservations for next winter. The daily rate reflected is based on the winter monthly rate.
This is a very nice park located approximately halfway between I-30 and Hot Springs. It is convenient to the city, yet far enough away to be peaceful and relaxing. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful. This is a pet friendly park with a nice walking area. The road going to the park is paved and winds to the top of the hill with no really sharp turns that would inhibit a big rig. We found our pull-through space (#3) to be level with all hookups in the right place. The spaces did slope slightly to the front at the end, but the trailer location on the space was level and we had no trouble hitching and unhitching. If you are expecting a resort, you probably will be disappointed, but if you are looking for a nice quiet place to stay at a reasonable price you will be delighted. If you use their addresss in your GPS it will tell you to turn approximately 1/4 mile south of the entrance. The entrance is well marked from both directions. We stayed in a 38' rig and will stay here again anytime we are in the area. The lady in the office said it is best to call a couple of days ahead as this is a smaller RV park and tends to fill up.
This RV campground is a very clean campground with level sites. We stayed in a pull through space that was level and had a nice surface of small white gravel. Utililties were well placed at each site and the electricity metered out at 114.9 volts. Picnic tables are at each site and the grassy areas well trimmed. The WIFI signal was iffy with periods of good signal, then no signal for a while. Our satellite picked up the signal perfectly. If you utilize a satellite, let them know as a lot of the sites have large shade trees. The restrooms and showers were clean and trash receptacles handy at the end of each row. Our stay was pleasant, although the park security guy patrolling on the golf cart was paranoid about anyone driving over 10mph. I was told three times to slow it down by this "camper cop" when I wasn't going any faster than the 10 mph posted speed limit in the park. It was the only negative we experienced while we were camped here. We enjoyed the park but probably won't stay here again because of the "speed nazi".
This park is a pleasant place to spend a night or two. To stay many more than that you would have to enjoy continuous road noise. Inside the rv with everything closed it wasn't bad. It became very annoying during the short time we spent outside grilling. The I-26 off ramp that runs along the side of the park generates most of the noise. If you use a satellite, ask for a space next to the highway. The new concrete pads along the river are level while most of the ones on the highway side slope down slightly from the rear. The WIFI signals were strong and the tv cable service was clear with lots of channel selections. However, our cable outlet did not work and we had to connect with our next door neighbors. Most of the cable outlets have 3 way splitters so this isn't a problem if you have a long enough co-ax. The voltage at our space metered out 119 volts. We never saw any loiterers and at no time did we feel apprehensive about our security. Our stay here was pleasant and reasonable with the Passport America rate. We would stay here again.
This is a very beautiful park that puts you in the middle of nature. When we checked in, the Ranger was extremely courteous and made sure we knew to let them know if we had any problem whatsoever. We noticed them making regular patrols throughout the evening although the park was very quiet and peaceful. The site we occupied was asphalt and level. The utility hookups were well placed near the center of the site and easily accessed. The shower house was clean as was the restrooms. The sites are shaded by tall trees and very well kept. We would stay here again.
This campground is a nice, no frills place to stay. We arrived and found the gentleman in the office to be very courteous and helpful. The office is stocked with some essentials to save a trip to town for incidentals. We were directed to a pull-thru at the very top of the last row (#50) and found it asphalt surfaced and very level. We noticed other sites that would be difficult to access with a bigger unit, some of them short and sloping enough that would give problems in leveling. Satellite reception is an iffy proposition as most sites are shaded by tall trees. Free WIFI is availble although the signal was weak at our site, but it did work. The tv cable signal was very clear with 36 channels, most of them good ones. There is a $3 charge per day for the tv cable connection. The water/sewer/electric hookups seemed well placed for most units. Picnic tables and fire rings were at each site. There is a swimming pool and childrens play area with playground equipment, both appeared to be well maintained. There was an abundance of permanent residents, but most of their sites were well kept and the campground was quiet with nobody loitering that we noticed. I would have given the park a higher rating had the cable connection been free. We would stay at this campground again.
This campground is located close to everything in the area. We found it to be easy in and out with no really tight turns. We enjoyed our space (E6) as it had lots of tall trees and was shaded throughout the day. The asphalt pad was approximately 80 feet long and level with no slope to either side or front to back. While our site was not conducive to satellite reception due to the trees, other sites we noticed were available with few or no trees, some of them near the water. Our site had very clear cable TV hookup with 60 (+/-)channels. The WI-FI signal was strong although some camped at the water's edge under the hill could not pick it up. The two shower locations were very clean as were the restrooms. The campground was filled to capacity, yet was very quiet after 10pm. We would stay there again and have secured reservations two weeks away for a concert in their on-site music hall.