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12/2012
rating [ 9/10 ]
A newer park now at 10 years old and a very nice place to visit. Park has open sites in the sun on cement pads and sites with some tree cover with gravel parking. Some gravel sites could be a little mudded if you have rain but most would be OK. All sites have 30/50 amp, water, sewer, table, cable TV with 60 or 70 channels, Wi-Fi at cub house that will work on lots of sites but not ones near Hwy 46. Wi-Fi is in need of more bandwidth. Test show down load speed at .75 Mbps and up load speed to be .61 Mbps or a slow DSL speed for one house. We used our Verizon 4G MiFi and Verizon cell phone with no problems. Park was dark and quiet at night for good sleeping. Park is very clean and well taken care on and has single stream recycling, a nice plan. Large propane station near office. Small amount of road noise from I-95 and Hwy 46 but was not a problem. As you drive up to office you have three large parking places to pull into before you go to your site, use this place to unhook the tow if you need to. Staff was helpful and rate was with a Good Sam discount. Club house and pool were very nice. No open fires in this park.
11/2012
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is only an update to my last review. This place is super nice and a great place to visit. On this stop over we noted a couple items. The Passport American rate is gone at this time but will be back in place around the first part of May. Passport's website had not been updated to shown this change. Next problem is the Wi-Fi system. It is totally useless. I run a speed test as soon as I could get it to work off Google and found speed to be 0.29MBps down and 0.44 MBps up. That is slower that a very old dial up line. This park has 140 sites, this will be lots of fun as soon as this park is full of people. A park this size would need 10 to 15 MBps or more if someone is hogging up the bandwidth on Skype or Netflix. Everything other than Wi-Fi worked well with our nice level site. We used our Verizon 4G MiFi to work and it was running on 3G only and very slow as well. Verizon cell phones worked with no problems.
11/2012
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is an update on my last review of this park. This park is a winner yet. Now park has upgraded and added free Wi-Fi that works at your site. We understand all AL parks will have Wi-Fi soon. Sewer on each site is a big plus here as well. Check of bathhouse found it spotless or the same as our last time here. Parks people work hard all the time to keep everything clean and looked nice. On the review that said park had ants. This is true and you have sugar ants all over the southern parts of the USA. Ants have been here for ever. This information in printed on the map you receive at check in, notes are posted at bathhouse over ants and most people know that ants like to eat your food so do not let them. We had no problems due to ants on our stay, could be the cool weather. Lots of great places close by to shop and eat seafood.
10/2012
rating [ 6/10 ]
This park is very large and has two campground loops A and B. The A loop is very small and would be hard to get a large RV into, more on the tent or pop up type of place. The B loop is newer and has more room. Sites are level with a cement pad, 20/30/50 amps, water, table, BBQ cooking equipment, trash can, and fire ring on the ground. RV's up to 40 feet (can fit) in B loop but not a good plan. You can do the reservation on line and never go to the check in office. You drive to your site and set up. Park workers will have a sign on your site with the dates and your name. Bathhouse was clean and set up for ADA use. The laundry machine (in bathhouse) were super size and cost $1 each to wash or dry a load. Lots of trees here, very quiet, large lake for fishing. We could pick up a small number of TV channels over the air. Sat. dish will work on most sites but not all. Verizon cell phone had two bars and Verizon 4G MiFi was running on 3G with two bars. Rate was half off due to age 62 or older.
10/2012
rating [ 10/10 ]
A very nice COE park that sets next to Catoma water way and this leads you into the AL river. The COE reworked this park and did a great job. Everything is all new. The sites are all cement, very long and wide, hundreds of feet on each side of the site, level, have 30/50 amp, water, sewer, BBQ cooked equipment, fire ring, light pole, and large table. Lots of sites are now pull through and some sites had to be 150 to 200 feet long. You could park anything in here. Sites are set on 45 deg. angle so very easy to back in. Tons of room in this park to walk or ride a bike. The park is locked at night so you need a code to get in. Staff was super nice as check in. We do not use the bathhouses but in checked them I found everything to be very clean, and setup for ADA use plus an AC system. Bathhouse had two washers and two dryers that cost .75 cents each. New playground equipment for the kids to use. Nice dump station. Park is dark at night. Verizon cell phone worked well with full bars, MiFi 4G had three bars. We had ten TV channels over the air. Sat. dishes will work on most sites but not all. Park is full of large pine, oak, and hickory trees. All the roads are new, wide and blacktop. The COE out did them self on this rework job. You may pick up a little jet noise off Maxwell AFB at times. I wish other parks were half as nice as this place. Rate per night was on our Golden Age card. Not a lot of places out here to buy anything so pack it in before you come. Super markets are around 18 miles one way.
10/2012
rating [ 7/10 ]
A very nice State Park that sets next to Lake Walter F. George. You have three campgrounds loops here to pick from. The Deer Court is for the larger RV's. Our site had 50 amps, water, sewer, long pull through, level, blacktop site, table, BBQ cooker, lots of space on each side plus front and rear, noise free, dark at night, and a dead Wi-Fi system. The hookups worked with no problems. Lots of sites are under trees and others are not. If you have a Sat. dish, pick the right site before you pay. We could pick up two channels over the air on TV. The Clark Loop and Barbour Loop has 30 amps and water only with back in blacktop sites. All hookups are on the wrong side plus sites are very short. The AL Loop is now only used for RV storage. Tons of room in this park to walk or ride a bike. The check in system changed four years ago as others have noted. Now you drive to the marina to pick up a gate code, next go find a site you like, and go back and pay for it and then return to your site. This is around a three mile trip one way. The park has a locked gate so you need a code to get in. Two key pads to use, one low and one higher up for tall RV's. The top key pad would not work. Office made no notes to repair it and told me it was working. I check mileage back to Walmart and it was 12 miles south on Hwy 431. You have lots of places to eat in city plus other super markets as well to pick from. We do not use the bathhouses but checked them I found everything to be very clean, setup for ADA use, and cool with an AC system. On washer and dryers we have our own but I do check the machines. I found two new washers at $1 each, other washers and dryers with rust and wear at .75 cents each. Nice wash room with places to work and places to set down. Laundromat is next to the locked gate, a good ways to any camp sites. Verizon cell phone worked well with full bars, MiFi 4G had no service, 3G worked well with three bars. Rate was based on a Sat, Sun, and Monday stay. Sat. and Sun, cost a little more. Lots of permanent residents in the Deer Loop and have been here a long time. Discount if you are over 62 years old.
03/2012
rating [ 9/10 ]
This park has 30 sites and more will be added later. Lots of room all around your site with nice green lawns. Site pads were good size with a patio, level, and no table. Sites have the correct angle to back in with little problems. Loop road in park was on the small side, one lane. All hookup's worked well and water pressure was 75 lbs. You can pick up a good number of TV channels over the air. Your Sat. dish will work on most all sites. Wi-Fi was strong and very fast at 3.0 MB's down and .5 MB's up in the day time but test each night showed someone was hogged all the bandwidth with Skype or Netflix. Park has propane. Rate was with Passport America. Military discount half off as well. Verizon cell phone and MiFi worked well here. Walmart is 15 miles S/W in Foley and Camping World is N/W in Robertsdale on Hwy 59. Park is on farm land and has low noise less the dogs in a large cage on east side of park who bark at times. Light road traffic noise in day, no traffic at night. RV people here were very happy and friendly. Nice park and we would return.
02/2012
rating [ 9/10 ]
We like this park and we come here a lot. Park is clean and staff keeps it that way. All the hookups work with no problems. Check in was fast with no problems. Sites are level and long in most cases. No tree problems over site as well. All the newer reviews feel the same way we do. Only problem is the Wi-Fi system. Couple weeks ago we were here and Wi-Fi was up and down. Office called service to fix it, no action was taken. Now weeks later we are back again and Wi-Fi is the same. I was told the hold system was replaced. Company that services Wi-Fi come out and worked most of the day, no change. It will work one min or one hour and then drops off. On the last two days It did work OK so I hope it is fixed now. Outside that, park is great to me. Verizon cell and MiFi worked with no problems.
02/2012
rating [ 10/10 ]
Betty is a great host and she takes good care of her RV people. We feel like we have come back home each time we visit. Sites are close here and that makes up part of the fun. Everyone is very close and this carries on into your stay here. Everyone in the park shows up at "Betty's Louisiana Room" for Happy Hour to talk about anything under the sun and what we did that day plus all the other days in our life. Park is all gravel with 30 or 50 amps, water, and sewer. No bathhouses here. Wi-Fi is free and fast, no problems with anything. Some TV stations over the air but no cable TV service. Your sat. dish will work on all sites. A little road noise in day time but at night this drops off and was not a problem. You have a lot of places to visit around Abbeville and Betty can point them out. Cajun food is great at well. Local jam sessions take place close by so ask Betty how to find them. An Indian Casino near by if you wish to use it. You will find RV people come here over and over so come on down and get caught in Betty's web. One more item to see is the Lake Peigneur disaster site 12 miles east of Abbeville at Rip Van Winkle Gardens near New Iberia.
02/2012
rating [ 10/10 ]
We like this park. You have everything you need here and it all works well. The Wi-Fi works well but is very low on bandwidth, outside that we have no complaints. All sites have a very small slope front to rear to help drain off rain water but it is so small you will have no problems leveling up. All sites will fit any size rig you drive or pull in here. The place is clean all the time, no dog waste, no trash on grounds, only what we all like to see, clean grounds. Park is full of items to play with if you wish. Pool is super size as well. We only used this park on this trip as a base camp for Mardi Gras. We would be happy to return here anytime as we have in past years. I see this park now has 100 park models if you do not have an RV. Most are across the small pond from the RV sites. You will pick up a little road noise from Hwy 195, and at times the train will roll by, but this was not a problem.
10/2011
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is a beautiful park. Everything is like new, clean and well laid out. You have back in and pull through sites. Sites are FHU with 42 TV cable channels, Wi-Fi and all level cement pads. Lots of nice trees in this park. Sat. dish with work on most sites but not all. If dish is on the ground it will need to be in 3 feet of RV unit per the rules. Staff has the right to refuse rigs over 10 years or older and no popup's, tents, vans, or conversion vans. Landscape is like that of an upscale hotel you stay in. At night (near center of park) you have a large wood burning fire ring to set around if you wish. No open fires at your site. Laundry center was lager and had super size machines. Bathhouse was like ones in a high dollar hotel. Gates are locked at night and you have a code to get in. Staff was helpful at check in and they lead you to your site. Park was noise free most of the time. Only items to point out and they are not the parks fault. The loud booming or bass sounds are here yet (Friday night). I think this is coming from a house close by on S/W side of park and we could not hear it inside the MH. The other problem is the Wi-Fi system. It was very slow at 0.11 MB's down and 0.15 MB's up. So I powered up our Verizon MiFi 3G air card with 5 bars and run speed test again and only found 0.23 MB's down and 0.28MB's up. Next day Wi-Fi system was out of service. This problem would be with the telephone office and poor bandwidth on DSL. All DSL, T1's, and high speed internet services runs on telephone equipment. Rate was on Good Sam. We will return again.
10/2011
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is only an update to my last review. Only changes we see from last year is park now has Wi-Fi at the camp store. Camp store has rocking chairs you can use. I found a 120 VAC outlet if you need one. Speed was fast at 6.5 MB down and 1.0 MB up, will work best on sites 1-56. Other sites may or may not be in range. Also works well at the club/meeting house. Talked to staff and found plans are in place to cover the hold park soon. This will be the only park in FL to get a Wi-Fi system. Camp store has a jar to help cover the cost of Wi-Fi so stop by and drop a little money in it. This park is beautiful yet, staff works hard all the time to keep it that way. Park was close to full in late Oct. Rate were due to FL seniors. It would great if all parks were as nice as this one. New small size Wal-Mart store 1 mile west of park on Hwy 98 is now open.
10/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
All roads and sites are blacktop, sites were level. Sites 1 through 56 have 20/30/50 amps, water, sewer, table and a BBQ grill and no problem to get in and out of site. Sites have around 100 feet of space on each side. Sat. systems will work on most sites but some sites may be blocked due to tall pines trees (water front sites are no problem). We could pick up a lot of channels over the air on TV as Mobile, AL is very close by. Verizon cell and MiFi 3G air card worked well here. If you like to fish or rest this is a great place to do it on Ducker Bay. Gates are locked at night and you have a code to get back in. Staff was very friendly and helpful at check in. No open fires are permitted except in grills provided. Sun sets were great. You can see the lights in Mobile at dark. The two bathhouse are new and are set up for ADA use. You have two ADA sites next to one bathhouse. You will pick up road noise from Hwy 90 and I-10 but inside it will be hard to hear. Park has a boat ramp and fishing pier inside park. Found small play ground set for the kids. Lots of great seafood places to eat close by. Wal-Mart super center and Publix supermarket are around five miles for shopping. Rate was due to seniors.
10/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is one of the better COE parks we have been in to date. This park has two large loops. Each loop has lots of sites on the lake. You have lots of space on each side of your site. This park is on the Tenn-Tom Waterway. Staff was nice at check in and helpful. This park has all tree sites. Sat. systems will not work on most sites but if you have a dish on the ground you may get it to work on some sites. We could pick up a number of channels over the air on TV but was on the poor side. All sites have 30/50 amps, water, table, fire ring, and the hook pole. Sites are cement, level, and no problem to get in and out of. Nice dump station on the way out of park with two lanes. Play ground equipment for the kids. Park is dark at night but has some lights. No noise in this park. Verizon cell and MiFi air card worked well here. The price was due to Golden Age card. Gates are locked at 10:00 pm and you have an exit gate to get out if you need to start before gates are open but cannot get in due to tire killers on this exit. If you like to fish or rest this is a great place to do it on Lake Aberdeen. I checked the two bathhouses and looked at the showers. Did not see the problem (you had too go through the first shower to get to the second shower). The ADA shower is at the end of the room and the other shower is on the left before you get to the ADA shower.
10/2011
rating [ 10/10 ]
The other reviews are on the money. I will also say this is one of the top COE parks we have been in to date. Park is more like an RV sub-divide. You have 100 feet on each side of your site. This park is on the Tenn-Tom Waterway. Staff was nice at check in and helpful. This park has tree sites and open sun sites with trees in rear of site. Sat. systems will work on most sites but not all. We could pick up a number of channels over the air on TV. You have sites 1 through 13 and 64 through 76 with sewer. You can see river barge traffic from sites 74-76, 84-86, 88-89, 91-94. All sites have 30/50 amps, water, table, fire ring, and the hook pole. Sites are cement and level. Nice dump station on the way out of park. Play ground equipment for the kids. Park is dark at night but has some lights. You may see the deer walking around in park at night. No noise in this park. Verizon cell and MiFi air card worked well here. The price was due to Golden Age card. Gates are locked at 10:00 pm and you have an exit gate to get out if you need to start before gates are open but cannot get in due to tire killers on this exit. If you like to fish or rest this is a great place to do it. Nice to see the tugs boats moving up and down the water way with large barges. To get here can be a trick. From Columbus, travel four miles north on Hwy 45, at Hwy 50 turn west, then take Hwy 373 go north two miles NW to Stinson Creek Rd, on left side (like a big V in road), NW on Stinson Creek Rd 1/2 mile NW to Barton Ferry Road, turn left. You will see the Brown sign, turn left. GPS 33.60465 -88.46562 will take you to Barton Ferry Rd & road into the park. As you near the park you will see a gate house ahead. This is for the day use park only. Look for the Campground sign and turn left.
10/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is a nice park on the Tenn-Tom Waterway. Staff was nice at check in and helpful. This park has tree sites and open sun sites with trees in rear of site. Sat. systems will work on most sites but not all. We could pick up a number of channels over the air on TV. You have sites 1 through 10 with 30/50 amps, water, table, fire ring, and the hook pole. Sites 1 through 10 are in open sun and Sat systems will work here. All others sites are 30 amps. Sites are cement, level and have a trash can. Nice dump station on the way out of park. Park is very dark at night with very little lights. No noise in this park. Verizon cell and MiFi air card worked fair here. The price was due to Golden Age card. Gates are locked at 10:00 pm and you have an exit gate to get out if you need to start before gates are open but cannot get in due to tire killers on this exit. If you like to fish or rest this is a great place to do it. Nice to see the tugs boats moving up and down the water way with large barges. Only bad part here is the two miles of rough road from Hwy 17 to gate house. State needs fix this problem, drive slow and you will be OK.
10/2011
rating [ 6/10 ]
This park has two loops of camp sites. Roads are blacktop and gravel in some places due to old age. Park has the look and feel of a State Park not a COE Park. All sites are hard packed with small gravel and most are level. Did find a couple sites that were way off level. Nice views of water way from lots of sites. Coming into park a little past the gate house you have one long lane to park in and then check in. This is a plus and you are out of the road this way. Staff was nice at check in and helpful. This park is very heavy with trees. Sat. systems will not work on most sites. We could pick up a number of TV channels over the air, all poor. About ten miles back to Montgomery if you need more supplies. Site had 30/50 amps, water, table, fire ring, and the hook pole. Nice dump station on the way out of park. Nice play ground equipment for the kids. Park is very dark at night with very little lights, only at bathhouses. No noise in this park as you are in the middle of the woods. I will add that a very large auto race track is across the road that could be a noise problem and park may be full of people as well at times. Verizon cell and MiFi air card worked fair here. The price was due to Golden Age card. Gates are locked at 10:00 pm. I also agree the park needs some repair work and upgrades. The COE people needs to spend a little money here.
10/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
Park is a beautiful place to visit. This park has three loops of camp sites. The Hickory loop has wider roads and good size sites. Magnolia # 1 and 2 the roads are a little smaller and sites are smaller. Big rigs need to stay in the Hickory loop. Roads are sand and clay mix. All sites are sand and level. In wet weather you will track in sand. Coming into park at gate house you have two long lanes to park in and check in. This is a plus and you are out of the road this way. Staff was nice at check in and helpful. This park is very heavy with trees. No Sat. systems will work here. We could pick up three channels (5-1,2,3) over the air on TV. About six miles back to Chiefland if you need more supplies, Wal-Mart near Hwy 320 and ALT 27. Water from springs flow into the Suwannee River. Water flow rate is high (per state between 35 and 150 million gallons per day), clear, and at 72 degrees year around. You can dive (with tanks) into the Springs if you wish. All sites have 30 amps less three sites (site 4 is a host site) and site 7 and 36 have 50 amps. Nice dump station in or out of park. Park is very dark at night with very little lights, only at bathhouses. No noise in this park as you are deep in the woods. Verizon cell and MiFi air card did work OK but were on the weak side. The rate was due to FL residents. Gates are locked at 7:00 pm and you have a code to get in. We did see deer walking around the park.
09/2011
rating [ 10/10 ]
Very nice city park close to everything. I-4 is around 4 miles from here. Our site had 30/50 amps, water, sewer, and table. You have 14 sites with sewer drops. The sites are cement, set at 45 degrees to the road, not level side to side or front to back but was not hard to correct. No burning of wood here, a good thing to me. Lots of nice shade trees in park. Road on RV loop is on the small side but not a problem to travel on. You have 36 RV sites, 5 cabins, and open field for tent sites. Park is super size (170 acres) and sets next to Turkey Lake. The pool is super size. We have never been in a city park this nice before. You have a lot of things to play with in this park. Views down on the lake are great. TV over the air will pick up all the local stations. Verizon cell and 3G air card worked well here. Checked bathhouse and found it great as well, all water systems are on automatic (turning water on and off), very clean, showers have a dresses place and a place to hang up your stuff, and wheelchair friendly. Did not find a wheelchair walkway in and out of bathhouses. Staff was helpful at check in. Anyone should be happy here. You will pick up a small amount of road noise down in tent and cabin zone, RV camping very little. Gates are locked at night but you have a code to get in. What a find this place is!
09/2011
rating [ 10/10 ]
We had a pull through blacktop site with 50 amps, water, and table on the small tropical water way. Hookups were in the correct place. Site had cable TV with around 25 channels (one channel was XM music) and we used our Sat. dish with no problems as well. Site was very close to level. Site had lots of nice green grass on each side of motorhome. Lots of ducks were close by in water way and on sites. All the roads and sites in zone we were in had new blacktop sealer. Park also has sites that are cement and others gravel or dirt. On the far east side of park you have woods and lots of trees with deer that come out in day time hours. I see complaints over the free Wi-Fi. I could pick up eight antennas and all had full bars on my meter. The speed test I run was 2.90 Mbps down and .47 Mbps up. It worked very fast and services was from Tengo but you do have only so much bandwidth before they slow you down. Park was close to empty at our stay on week days. Verizon cell and 3G air card had all bars here. Check in was less than two mins and everything was ready. Nice dog park for Fido to run around in and found two wash pits with hot and cold water as well. Do not understand the galvanized walls and cedar board in bathrooms as well but it is not bad. Our price was a special deal good to Sep. 31.
07/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
Found this park to be very quiet and small. You only have 30 sites on the RV loop all with 30/50 amps and water. Sites were close to level, hard packed shell base, had a table and fire ring. All sites are back in and easy to get in and out. You have sites in full sun and about half with some shade trees. Satellites systems will work on most sites. You can pick up a number of TV channels over the air. Lots of room on each site, on some sites you could park two motorhomes side by side and have room. Found some sites with the hookup's near the road and other were correct. No lights in park so at night it is dark. You will find deer and lots of wildlife walking again in this park. Park is very close to noise free, only a small plane over head at times. This park had 4 sites for people camping with horses. Total of 34 sites and horses are not close to the 30 RV sites. Horses sites have 30 amps and water. One bathhouse in 30 site loop for all. You can canoe on the river if you wish. Playground equipment was about 1/2 miles from campgrounds. Park sets on a large track of land. Roads are all flat and nice to walk on or ride a bike. Staff was nice at check in. Rate was on FL senior residences. You have a Wal-Mart super center 7 miles from campground also lots of places to shop and eat out if you like. Verizon cell and air card worked well here.
05/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
This is a nice state park that set in the sun. Park has three loops. Sites are long, wide, level, with hard packed gravel, have 20/30/50 amps, water, sewer, table, fire ring, BBQ grill, and a clothes line. All services work well. Only problem I found was the sewer drop was to far back in site to use a 20 foot hose. Most sites are the same way. Dump station is set up so if you need it you can dump on the way in or on the way out, nice. No street lights so park is dark and you can sleep better. Park has seven sites set up for tents only with a bathhouse in center. Three sites are in full sun and others have some shade. Only problem I see is the sun, not a lot of trees near RV sites. My count was five sites that have a small amount of shade, all others at in full sun all the time. Nice pool but it is broken and out of service. Per staff it may never open again due to no money for repair. Office had a good stock of items you may need. Staff was helpful at check in. Found six washers/dryers in back of office plus others in the other two bathhouses. Playground for the kids near office. Roads are all in great shape with good blacktop. Nice walk way down to Rainbow River. River water is very clean and clear at 72 degrees year round. Found around seven TV channels over the air. Sat. dish will not be a problem on any site. Verizon cell was OK but air card was a little slow. Gates are locked at night and you have code to get in. GPS to the gate is 29.08683 -82.41754. Found a super Wal-Mart 10 miles plus lots of other shopping and places to eat at in Dunnellon. Rainbow Springs headwaters is 7 miles from RV park. Rate per night was due to FL senior.
05/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
This is a update. The roads have been reworked in park so they are a little wider now than in the past. County has added white lime rock over top of the shell base roads and now you have a white dust storm each time anyone is moving on any road. County was used water to keep down the dust but as soon as it dry dust is back. Wi-Fi is super fast and you will find it works on all sites. This is a nice park and if the dust problem is fixed we would return.
05/2011
rating [ 8/10 ]
This park is now open. This park has been out of service over one year due to upgrades in power and the added of a new sewer system. New lights have been added, bathhouses all have new paint jobs, and everything is nice here. All sites now have 30/50 amps, water, and sewer. Lots of trees to park under and some sites will be OK for Sat. dish. Most all sites are level and very close to lake. Bathhouse were clean, beach has new white sand and playground equipment for the kids. Only one washer & dryer in each bathhouse. Sites are setup in three parts, Old Mill Road, Marina View, and Pine Island. All sites are on Walter F. George Lake near the power dam and locks. Roads in park are in good shape with no pot holes. You now have a fish cleaning house to dress and clean your fish in. Verizon cell and air card work well here. You have a small market in Fort Gaines if you need more items to eat or drink. Price was on Golden Age Passport
05/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is only an update on park. All roads now have new blacktop plus the pull thru sites as well. 30 and 50 amps on all sites. Only one washer and dryer in park. Park was very close to empty in May. Great place to visit. Verizon cell phone and air card did work well here.
05/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
We used a two night free stay to check out this park and see what it had. We stayed in the Preserve Estates section restricted to Class A only. Sites are for sell here and other parts of this park as well. You have a private clubhouse with kitchen, spa, pool, fireplace, two TV's, and pool table on second floor. In the Preserve side you have a locked gates to get in and out. One odd item on this gate, you cannot make the turn to get out in a motorhome if you are on the wrong road due to a hard turn. Use the road to far west side, poor layout on gate planning. The park also had more gates to get in and out near Hwy 40. Wi-Fi is free for couple days and them you pay, 1GB is $20 per month and 2 GB is $30 per month. Wi-Fi is strong, fast, and has a number of antennas in the park. No table or fire ring on site but staff will get you a table if you need one. Hookups on our site worked OK but were set to far back in site. Site was cement, very wide, deep, and level. Cable TV has 35 channels. Water pressure was 40 psi. Park is next to the Ocklawaha River and park has boats for rent. Not a lot of trees to park under so it is hot here in summer months. This is not a kid friendly park and more a long term type park for older people. Park is very clean and a nice place to visit. Layout is in three parts. The Preserve Estates is Class A only, Town Park any type of RV, and Village Park any type of RV. The roads in Village Park are very small. Park has a snack bar on site, small store with ice cream, game room, dog run, two pools with hot tub, and lots of stuff to play with. One large trash compacted system for the hold park. Wal-Mart and other places to shop and eat are 6 miles west of this park. Staff was friendly and fast at check in. Verizon cell and air card worked well. Some road noise from Hwy 40.
04/2011
rating [ 6/10 ]
This park is in the middle of a large prairie in the middle of no place FL. As you come into the park off blacktop, road is 5 miles long on a shell road with lots of dust to drive 10 MPH or less on to keep down the dust. Park has lots of nice trees to park under. You have two loops, one has 30 amps and water and other is the horse loop with 50 amps and water. Shower and bathhouse on the 30 amp loop only. It is a long 3/4 mile walk if you need to go from the 50 amp loop. Sites were level, had a table, fire ring, and trees were cut back so no problem to get in or out of site. Dump station was in correct place. Park has deer, wild turkeys, birds of all types and all walk around day and night. You will see gators as well in this park. Pack up everything you may need as Okeechobee is 41 miles south and the only place to buy anything or eat out. Verizon cell and air card did work but were weak. Rates were for FL senior citizen.
04/2011
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is an upscale five star RV Resort in every way. This resort is close to everything and has everything you can think of to do and play with here. We have been in a lot of upscale resorts across the USA and this place rates very high on our list. The bathrooms and laundry were like ones you find in a high class hotel. The owners put the money into this resort. Sad part is now the bank owns this resort but in time someone with pick it up. Site count is now 167 but will be 512 as soon as all work is completed. The other reviews are on the money, gorgeous resort full of friendly people. Resort has dinner on Saturday night and lunch by the pool at other times. The Wi-Fi system is by Tengointernet and you have five antennas in the resort, all weak, good for four hours and you pay past that point. We did not use it. Verizon cell and air card work well here as cell tower is close to resort. Gates are locked day and night and you have a code to get in. We were here on a three night come and check us out so rate was zero.
04/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is a nice small class A only Motor Coach Resort that sets on a water way that is next to a levee and Lake Okeechobee. Resort has lots of palm trees, all sites have paver stones, level, with 50 amp, water, sewer, and great landscape. If you like to fish this would be a good place. The Wi-Fi is weak on site but will work in office and very fast. TV over the air will pick up a couple channels but not great. Sat. systems will work on most all sites, no cable TV. Sites are for sell but if resort has open sites you can get in. Some road noise from Hwy 441 day and night. Okeechobee is 12 miles north. You have a supermarket 11 miles north. Verizon cell and air card worked well here. Management and people living in resort are very nice. Nice part about a small park like this is you will soon know everyone. We had a great time in this park.
03/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
First off this is a 55+ park. The last review covered everything I found as well. The park is more a long term type RV park to me, not great for an overnight stop over. The sites are 90 degrees to the road and hard to get in and out of and all back in. A 40 foot will fit on some sites but others will be a trick to get into. Site have no gravel, all grass and on the soft side, but you do have a cement pad to park next to. Power post are way back in sites, water and sewer dump was in correct place. You have a lot of room on each side. Cable TV was dead on our site and office will help you get a hookup by the month. Wi-Fi was super fast at 8.73 Mbps down and 2.62 Mbps up, no problems at all. People who live here full time were very nice and friendly. Staff was very nice at check in. Park was clean and I found no problems. We were here on a three night free stay so nightly rate was 1. Verizon cell and Mi-Fi card worked well here.
03/2011
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is a very nice and well laid out state park on Lake Manatee. Lake is 2,400 acres in size and around 12 feet deep, you can swim or fish here if you wish. You will find no Manatees in this lake due to a dam on west end. Park has two large rings with RV sites around the rings. A bathhouse sets in center of each ring. Sites are super size, hard packed gravel, level, wide, deep, clean, with good 30 amp power, water, fire ring, and a table. You feel like you are parked in the woods and have lots of trees and ground cover around the site. Hard to see other sites close by as you are over a 100 feet away from others. Playground equipment for the kids near lakeside. Staff was very helpful at check in. You have good roads and walkways in park. Bathhouses were all clean. Verizon cell and 3G card had five bars and was super fast here. You will hear a little road noise from Hwy 64 to the south of park, not bad. Park has dog clean up bags all over the park and I did not see any dog land mines on the ground to step on. Park has recycling cans for everything, use them. Dump station was super size, no problems to get in and out. Gates are locked at night and you have a code to get in. Rate was for FL Senior.
02/2011
rating [ 6/10 ]
This park is under new management by RV people who own the park. The last owners let the park go down but new owners are working hard to clean up problems and rebuild the place. Park is OK and I think you will see a large change here soon.
11/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
Our site had 20/30/50 amps (good power), water may have iron rust, sewer, cable TV with around 86 channels, satellite systems will not work on a lot of sites, deep and wide cement sites, plus level. Park has pull-thru and back in sites. All big rigs will find sites 101 thru 168 are more open and roads are wide here. No bad sites in this park. Number of sites need repair work due to old age. Roads are good asphalt. Playground equipment for kids and older people as well. Staff was nice at check in. You can hear road noise from Hwy 98 most of the time outside but inside it was not a problem. Verizon cell and air card work well here. Park was very clean, neat, full of large trees and plants and lots of shade to park under. Staff work hard to keep the grounds clean and nice. I checked all three restrooms/bathhouse and see all have A/C, and are very clean. Rate were half price due to FL residence. It would be nice if park had Wi-Fi but I did not down rate park due to this item. All way around this is a great park to visit. You have 168 RV sites, 34 cabins, and 22 tent sites in park and all are in different zones. Beach is all snow white sand and oil free. Great shopping plaza is close by for all your needs. Gates are locked at night. Park is very dark at night.
10/2010
rating [ 8/10 ]
This is a 55+ park. All sites had 20/30/50 amps (good power), water, sewer, cable TV with lots of channels, deep and wide sites, all gravel, plus level. Roads are good asphalt. The Wi-Fi worked very well, has a small fee. Staff was nice at check in. Very close to noise free. You can hear the train horn way off if you are outside. Verizon cell and air card work well here. Park was very clean, neat, full of small trees and plants but no shade to park under. Staff work hard to keep the grounds clean and park is nice. Park is part mobile homes and part RV Park. Park has pull-through and back in sites. Short drive to Benson for shopping and places to eat out. Found everyone in this park to be very friendly. You will see lots of quail and rabbits running around in park. Rates were on PPA.
10/2010
rating [ 7/10 ]
All site had 20/30/50 amps (good power), water, sewer, useless cable TV with a couple channels of snow, deep and wide sites, plus level. Over the air TV will pick up lots of channels. All sites are back in with hookups in the right place. Roads and sites are good asphalt. The Wi-Fi worked very well but speed was slow. Staff was nice at check in and did everything that I ask. A little road noise from I-5 but inside you cannot hear it. The train tracks run north and south next to I-5 and you may hear a little noise from that. Verizon cell and air card work well here. Park was very clean, neat, full of small trees and plants but no shade to park under. Staff works hard to keep the grounds clean and it looking nice. The park is under guard day and night plus an eight foot high chain link fence around it. You will receive a gate card to get in if guard is missing. Coming out of park is no problem. Park was close to empty at our stay. Rates were a mix of PPA and Good Sam.
10/2010
rating [ 8/10 ]
Our site had 30/50 amps (good power), water, sewer, cable TV with around 90 channels, deep and wide sites, plus level. Most sites are side by side hookups. Our site had a nice view of park models but we could see river in one place. You can see river well from around 11 back in sites. Roads are good asphalt and sites are a mixed bag of gravel, some gravel, grass, or dirt. The Wi-Fi worked very well and speed was good but you have a one hour limit per day. If you need more time, it cost $3. per hour or $6. per day. You have a number of antennas for the Wi-Fi system. Park had a nice swimming pool with hot tub. Some playground equipment for the kids. Staff was nice at check in. Lots of road noise from I-10 that never stops. Verizon cell and air card work well here. Park was very clean, neat, full of trees and plants but not a lot of shade to park under. Staff works hard to water the yards and keep it looking nice. The park is locked up at night and you have a tire ripping guard on the exit gate. Park was close to empty at our stay. You have a Flying-J across the river for your fuel needs and Albertsons super market in town. We also found a number of places to eat in town plus a great Ace Hardware if you need to repair or fix anything. Like all KOA's the high price is the only problem here.
10/2010
rating [ 10/10 ]
All sites have 30/50 amps (with no dips in power), water, sewer, cable TV with around 60 channels, deep and wide sites, plus level. Roads are good asphalt and sites are cement. The Wi-Fi worked very well and speed was good. You have eight antennas for the Wi-Fi system. Resort has five swimming pools with whirl-pools, nine hole golf course, diner, two tennis courts, dog run, and four laundry centers. Staff was nice at check in. Some noise from airport in day time hours only. Verizon cell and air card work well here. Sites were clean, neat, full of trees and plants. Layout of this park is great You have everything you like to have here. Anyone with a class A motorhome would be happy here. Rate were on FMCA.
10/2010
rating [ 10/10 ]
All sites have 30/50 amps (with no dips in power), water, sewer, table, fire ring, plus close to level. We could pick up a number of TV channels over the air. Site had a place to park the tow. Roads are good asphalt and sites are cement or gravel. Good wine and cheese party one night. The Wi-Fi worked very well and speed was good. Staff was nice at check in. Staff will clean each site as soon as you leave. Road noise from street in front. Verizon cell and air card did work but was weak and slow. Sites were clean and neat. The hold park layout is great. You have a lot of nice trees and not one tree limb is in the way. Someone did a great job planing this resort. You have everything you like to have here. Playground equipment for the kids and a dog run for the little mutts. I would load up on supplies before you come here as no large stores are near by. You can buy ice, soft drinks, beer, milk, and other items in office.
10/2010
rating [ 7/10 ]
Very nice park and close to everything. All 10 sites are pull thru side by side, have 30/50 amps with no dips in power, water, sewer, table, plus close to level. Site had a place to park the tow. No bathhouse or showers here. Front road is good asphalt and sites are all gravel. The Wi-Fi worked very well and speed was good. Staff was nice at check in. Road noise from street in front and side street. Verizon cell and air card work well. Sites were clean and neat. Cable TV was useless. The road near Post Office is now blocked with large rocks. As others have said everything is close by and you can walk to town in a short time. One odd item is the deep curbs in this city. You will drag bottom on the tow bar due to the deep V shape curbs. Hold city is this way. Ace Hardware in town is a place you need to go see. I wish all hardware stores were this nice to shop in. Trip up to see Cedar Breaks Nat. Park was nice as well.
10/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is not a typical KOA. Very nice park and close to everything. Most sites are pull thru side by side, have 30/50 amps with no dips in power, water, sewer, table, plus close to level. Sites are marked on way to pull in and with large number on site pads. Site had a place to park the tow. Roads and sites are good asphalt. The Wi-Fi worked very well and speed was good most of the time. Number of sites are back in. Playground equipment the kids. Staff was nice at check in. Some road noise from street in front but not to bad. Verizon cell and air card work well. You do have long term people in back, sites were clean and neat. Cable TV had 25 channels. Rate was on Good Sam.
10/2010
rating [ 7/10 ]
A typical KOA. Gravel parking lot with hookup's. Most sites are side by side with 30/50 amp or two 30 amp only. Site had cable TV with 36 channels, table, water, sewer, and power had no dips in voltage. Site was very close to level. Number of sites are back in. Playground equipment for the kids. Staff was nice at check in. Good bit of road noise off I-80. Verizon cell and air card work well. Wi-Fi was part of fee and was fast to it stopped working in a short time. Every time you start to work on anything it would stop and you could not see if on line. Lots of long term people live in back of park. You have around 30 cabins here to rent. Wal-Mart Super Center is close by. Flying-J also close by for fuel needs. This park is the only game in town. Very expensive for very little in return.
10/2010
rating [ 7/10 ]
All roads and sites are good gravel. All sites are pull thru with 20/30/50 power (no dips in voltage), water, and sewer. Sites are very close to level and had a table. You have two loops here. One is near front is a little smaller than one in back. We were in the back loop and sites were good size. You will pick up some road noise from Hwy in front. TV channels over the air. Wi-Fi worked well, was free, and fast. Verizon cell and air card worked well. Flying-J at exit 7 for all your fuel needs. You can find anything in city you may need as well. Staff was nice at check in. No playground equipment that I could see. You have a phone at each bathhouse to use if you need to call anyone in USA or Canada for free, bathroom/showers in back loop were very nice. Only small problem is dust off roads but this is the wild west and rain is very light here. City had a lot of nice places to tour and great places to eat. Rate was on Good Sam.
10/2010
rating [ 6/10 ]
All roads in park are asphalt and sites are cement. Sites at top and bottom of hill are level. The others sites are not. You will see wheels off the ground and blocks under one side or the other everyplace. Site has 30/50 amps, water, sewer, and a table. 50 amps cost you $3 more per day. The hookups on a number of sites are in the wrong place and hard to hook up to. The pull thru sites are side by side hookups but hookups are in better placement. The back in sites are to short for most large motorhomes. You have tons of noise here. On west side you have the motorcycles bar and a sports bar with loud music to enjoy. On the east side you have a couple of business with tow motors and more noise. Now add the road noise from Colfax Ave. plus Hwy 470 and I-70 and it never stops. Wi-Fi was good most of the time but as you are working the system would stop working but in time will come back up. TV channels over the air are no problem. Verizon cell and air card worked well. Playground equipment for the kids. The office and pool were nice but we did not use anything here. One big problem was the small sites that office will try to pack you into. At the time we come in park had lots of sites that were nice large pull thru, but we were told only two sites were open take it or leave it. We were in park a number of days and the open sites never had an RV unit on them. I also saw a number of Class A's drive up to the so called open sites, get out to look at them, and then drove out of the park. Lost business. Poor way to run a park. Price was on Good Sam.
09/2010
rating [ 8/10 ]
A nice small park to visit if you are on I-70. All roads and sites are gravel. Sites are level, wide, long, have water (hard water), sewer, 30/50 power (one 50 amp and two 30 amp outlets for two sites) on site we were on. The voltage dropped from 123 down to 117 with a 16 amp load per leg. Wi-Fi was free, worked on all sites but was fast at times and dead the next time. This could be someone downloaded movies and taken all the bandwidth. This way only one person can use the Wi-Fi system. Parks needs software to stop his type of problem. Verizon cell and air card worked well. You can find a small number of TV channels over the air. You have a truck stop on Hwy 83 across from park and a good place to eat next door. Park has a U-pick organic garden and if items are in you pick. The playground equipment was the best we have found in years of travel. You will hear noise from I-70 and trucks but it is not bad. Staff was helpful at check in. Rate was on Good Sam.
09/2010
rating [ 8/10 ]
Nice small park that was laying out by an RV person. All roads and sites are good gravel and wide . Sites are very wide and long. Hookups are side by side but due to large sites it was no problem at all. Sites are level, have water, sewer, 30/50 amp with no dips in voltage plus lots of green grass around the site. Wi-Fi was on all sites, free, and fast. Verizon cell and air card worked well. Sat. TV will work on most sites and all if you have a dish on the ground. Bathrooms and showers were super nice. Park has a storm shelter that is more in the ground than on top of it. It was was made with heavy cement walls and top, a nice item to have around this part of KS. Play ground equipment for the kids. Only issue is the two train tracks are very close to some sites. I would guess in 200 feet and the big boys run all the time day and night. They were not a problem to me but some people may not like the noise. I-70 is on south side of park and you can hear some noise from that as well on outside but not inside. Owner was very nice at check in. We liked the park a lot and will return. Rate was on Good Sam.
09/2010
rating [ 8/10 ]
Nice park on Lake Taneycomo and next to Branson Landing a great place to shop and eat. Most roads are asphalt and two rows of sites are all gravel next to lake. You have two rows of sites that are all grass only. Our site and others I looked at were level. Site had water, 30/50 amp power with no dips in voltage, sewer drop, and cable TV with 65 channels. Wi-Fi will work all over the park, free, and fast. Verizon cell and air card worked well. Office staff was nice at check in. Staff will take you to your site and help park you in correct place. Park has lots of nice trees to park under on some sites. Sites next to lake have no trees but all the ducks make up the different. You have fishing docks and boat ramp from park into the lake. Nice place to visit
09/2010
rating [ 10/10 ]
This a top rated park with everything you need to live well. Park is very clean and nicely laid out. You have a great view of Table Rock Lake here, no sites are on the lake but most do have a great view of water ways. Staff was great at check in and will take you to your site plus help back you in place. Site was level, super size cement pad, table, 30/50 amp power with no dips in voltage, water, and sewer drop. We could pick up 8 TV channels over the air. Verizon cell and air card were to the top here. Wi-Fi was no charge, fast, and will work on all sites. If you like a nice place to have peace and quiet, this is the place to be. The park is on side of a hill and you can see all over the place from most any site. Pools and spas were nice. Clubhouse and office are at top of the hill with tennis /pickle ball court and dog run. You also have a small nine hole golf course to play on down by the lake. They have a place to park your boat and trailers if you have one. Activity center was near center top part of park. One more nice item is a defibrillator machine in laundry room. This item could save a life.
09/2010
rating [ 7/10 ]
Nice park on the river. Great place to see the tugs and barges moving up and down river. The roads are asphalt and sites are all gravel. Site was very close to level, had water and 50 amp outlet only on each site with no dips in voltage. Site was on back wall (PPA Sites) and could be a small problem to hookup if you have the even number site (hookups will be on wrong side). Sites on the first two rows are side by side hookups with water, 50 amp outlet for each site, and sewer drops. Nice view of the river. You can hear some road noise from I-30. Gates are locked at night but you have a code number to get back in. Park is a great place to tour Little Rock, walk, or ride bikes into river park, around 2 miles long. We could pick up a number of TV channels over the air. Wi-Fi is free and works all over the park. You can pick up Wi-Fi from River Market across the river from here and I-30 River Park on this side of the river, all free. I found nine Wi-Fi systems on line from our site. Verizon cell and air card also worked well. You can ride the city street car over to Little Rock and visit the city, pick up tickets at the park office. Lots of good places to eat in city, a nice city to tour. Rate was on PPA. Staff was nice at check in.
09/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
Nice park on the river. Great place to see the tugs and barges moving up and down river. The roads are all gravel as well as most sites. You do have a small number of sites on front row that have cement pads to park on. Our site had water, 30/50 power with no dips in power, and two sewer drops. Site was very long, flat and level from end to end. Site could park two 40 foot rigs, end to end. Number of TV channels over the air. Verizon cell and air card worked well here. Wi-Fi was through out the park, fast, and free. Laundry machines were free of charge. Staff was nice at check in. Staff will take you to your site. Less a small amount of noise from tugs, park is noise free. Not a lot of lights on at night, great for sleeping. You have three fishing ponds in park. Staff will pick up your trash each morning on site. You have park benches to sit on down by the river. Flying-J, TA, and other truck stops at I-40 and I-55 for your fuel needs. Super Wal-Mart is less than five miles from park. Lot of places to eat near Wal-Mart. Roads from I-40 to park were great. Only small problem was dust off roads but this was due to no rain in long time. Rate was on Good Sam.
09/2010
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is a nice COE park on Lake Aliceville. All sites now have new wiring for 30/50 amp power, no voltage problems here. This would be one of the top COE parks we have been in. Park is all flat so waking and bike riding is great here. Sites and ramps are cement on 90 deg angles, level, water, power, and 29 sites have sewer. You have five handicap sites. Each loop has a bathhouse and playground equipment in center. All sites are great, not a bad site in this park. Ones on water way give you a nice view of tugs and barges. Restrooms and showers were very clean as were the grounds. Gates were locked at 10:00 pm to 6:00 am. You do have a gate to get out of park anytime but you cannot get back in if gates are locked. Dump station was set up for two RV's at the same time. We could pick up 2 TV channels over the air. Sat. dish on the ground will work on some sites. Verizon cell and air card worked OK. I set the map pin for the gate house and it is hard to see due to all the trees here. GPS address is 33.23570 / -88.30389 for gate house. We could see deer walking around inside the park in daytime. Most all sites had nice trees to park under. We wish all parks were like this place. Rate was on the Golden Age Card. We did eat at the "Down Yonder". Our Catfish dinner was very good. One more tip, pack up everything you will need as it is a long way to the next town to buy anything. Two gas/food stations close by that may have a small amount of food or supplies.
09/2010
rating [ 7/10 ]
This is a good size state park with three loops. Loop 1 has sewer drops and other two loops do not. Large number of sites were 50 amp and water. Sites are like other state parks, hard to get in and out of on a number of sites. Sites were hard to find or see due to ground cover and sites were the same. Park is full of older heavy trees. Some trees are a pain to miss as you try to park so you need to use a lot of care here. This park has a 14 day limit but yet we see TT that have been here a long time. Odd to see Sat. dishes fixed on poles, fires wood in stacks five feet high, large table and tents, with no cars, trucks, or people around the sites. Also saw tents the same way. TV over the air would only pick up one channel and it was poor at best. Sat. TV is a tough trick to pick up due to the trees. Verizon cell and air card worked but very poorly. Our 3G card was working slower that a dial up. Smoke was bad all the time due to all the campfires people need to have and heat was around 90 degrees. The restaurant looked nice but we did not have time to try it. Staff gave me the wrong information on the correct way to our site and that was a problem to get out of. Other people told me this happens all the time. The museum on pig iron was nice to tour. Very large park with lots of very old homes and shops to look at. Rate was due to age 62 or over.
09/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is an updated report from June 2009. This park now has 30/50 power on all 130 sites. Odd item was with new power we show under load with two roof A/C units in service and microwave in use leg one was at 109 volts and leg two was at 111 volts. Under no load we see leg one at 113 and leg two at 114 volts. New Wal-Mart super store is now open around five miles from here. TV over the air would only pick up two channels. Verizon cell and air card worked well. Rate was on the Golden Age Card. A great place to visit. All workers are now gone.
09/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
All roads in park and ramps to sites are asphalt and free of pot holes. Sites are cement and level. All 77 sites now have new 30/50 amp power, water pressure was 40 psi, and 18 sites have sewer drops. Park is large and has very large trees to park under. Like all COE parks this one is super clean. Bathrooms (two) have showers and laundry room, all clean. Park is on a large Lake (Walter F. George). You can fish and swimming here if you like. TV channels over the air were (2). Sat. TV will only work on some sites if you have a dish on the ground. Verizon cell and air card work well here. Staff was very nice at check in. This is a noise free park, you only hear birds in park. Two large dump stations on the way out. Rate was on the Golden Age Card.
09/2010
rating [ 7/10 ]
The roads in park are all gravel and free of pot holes. The sites are dirt or dirt with tree roots. 30 amp power had no voltage drops or problems, keep in mind park was close to empty. Water is from a well and meter show pressure from 35 to 50 PSI. Site we were on was off level in two ways, side to side and front to rear. Other sites look level to me. A number for wood tables on sites should be cut up and used for fire wood, in poor shape. Our site had trash at table. Sat. TV will work if you have dish on the ground due to all the nice shade trees. We could pick up (17) TV channels over the air. Wi-Fi worked very well on our site and was part of the nightly rate. Verizon cell and 3G card worked well as cell tower is 1/4 mile away. You could hear a small amount of road noise off I-10 outside only, inside zero noise. Staff was very nice at check in. The pool water was light green in color and this is due to the high heat. Playground equipment for the kids was nice. Staff has worked hard to making this park look great. I checked the bathrooms and showers and found all were clean (did not use them). Washing machines, bathrooms, and showers are all in the office building, long walk from some site. The nice trees will help keep down the summer heat. If you need anything Chattahoochee is around eight miles north, city is small and had limited supplies.
07/2010
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is a great place to spent some time in. All new and everything is in the correct place. Sites are cement, long, wide, level, have 30/50 amp power, water, sewer, cable TV with 32 channels, BBQ cooking equipment and table. Most sites are pull thru and rest are back in. You have plants on each side plus lots of space on each side. Roads are blacktop and very wide so no problems with turns. Nice pond with boats, super nice pavilion with cooking equipment and bathrooms. The pool looked very nice. You have two bathhouses that look like ones in a five star hotel. Lights come on as you walk in. Two laundry centers for all your needs. Playground equipment for the kids. A bark park for the dogs to play in. Shuffleboard, horse shoes, game room, propane and places to sit near the pond. Flying-J and TA near here for your fuel needs. Verizon cell and air card worked well here. You can hear a little road noise off I-95 but it was very little. Wi-Fi was free and worked well on your site due to a number of antennas in the resort. Staff was very nice at check in. Lots of planning went into this resort and it shows. We will definitely stay here again.
07/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is a new class "A" only resort. The park sits on 250 acres of land, two miles east of Webster, FL. Everything is new. The resort has 215 sites now ready to rent or buy. The total site count will be 499 when finished. The resort has back in and pull in sites. All sites are level and are 32 feet wide and 78 feet deep. All sites are six inch deep cement and have 50 amp power, water and sewer. No cable TV or telephone on sites. I could not find any channels over the air here. Sat. dish will work on all sites. Verizon cell and air card worked well here. All roads in resort are very wide as are the turns. Gates are locked 24/7 but you have a code to get in. You have free Wi-Fi at the clubhouse and we could pick up Wi-Fi a good ways from this point. Club house is 20,000 Sq. feet and has a swimming pool, spa, exercise room, kitchen, billiards room, library, craft room, laundry/post office and game room. The resort has a dog run. More features will be added in future. Anyone who has a class A motorhome needs to check this place out. A noise free place to spend sometime. Staff was great. GPS is 28.61004 -82.023670.
06/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is a great park to spend time in. All roads and sites are asphalt and free of any pot holes. All sites are back in at 45 degrees and have 50 amps, water, sewer, steel table, BBQ cooking equipment and fire ring on ground. Most sites are level but you will find a couple that will be off level. You have a lot of room around each site, around 30 to 250 feet on each side of some sites. Park is full of large oak and pine trees. TV over the air will be hard to receive here. We could pick up around 15 channels but all had pixelization. Sat. TV will work here on some sites and if you have a dish on ground you could find an open shot in the trees. Verizon cell and 3G service will not work here. This is not a fault of the park as you are in the middle of a National Forest. We found free Wi-Fi across the street near the Square Meal Restaurant. You now have a small super market and couple places to eat out if you wish. This is an upgrade from our past visits from years ago. Did not see any playground equipment for the kids but kids were busy playing. You can swim in the springs near by, this place has bathrooms and stack bar open most of the time plus tables all around the springs. Water from springs comes out of ground at a high flow rate at 72 degrees year round. You have a boat launch that will take you into Lake George and from Lake George you could travel to the Atlantic Ocean. Gates are locked from 8:00 pm to 8:00 am. Staff was very helpful at check in. Large place to park at check in. Rate were on Golden Age Pass. You see park people working all the time to clean the park, sites and bathhouses. I wish more parks were like this place.
05/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
This park is well run and taken care of by staff. The roads are good asphalt and sites are cement plus close to level. You have two parts in this park. One side for over night or short stay. The other side is all gravel and long term people. No shade trees in park. You do have a mobile home park on south side but you cannot see or hear anything due to tall reeds from lot to lot. Our site was cement and had 20/30/50 amps, water, sewer and was close to level. Site also had lots of room on each side. Wi-Fi was free and worked well on site. Owner lives in center of park and was very nice at check in. Park has been here around five years and looked like new. Could pick up TV channels over the air. Verizon cell and air card worked well here. A little road noise off Hwy but not a problem. Check out owners garden in center of park.
05/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
This park is well run and taken care of by park staff. The roads are good asphalt and sites are cement or small gravel plus level. You now have new sites on east side of park with no trees and close to I-40 so you will have road noise. Sites over in the older side have trees, plants, birds and rabbits running around. In the older part you have less noise off I-40. Our site had 50 amps, water at 40 psi, sewer, table with cement pad, gravel pad to park on and cable TV with 24 channels. Wi-Fi was part of the park fee and worked well. You now have a limit on data speed. If you try to download music or movies it will not work here. Verizon cell and air card worked well. You have a place for kids to play and a dog run next to it with no thorns that I could see. On west side of park you also have a larger dog run. All I could see or find was sand, no thorns. The Flying-J is two miles east for all your gas, diesel and LP needs plus they sell it by the gallon. Bathrooms were spotless as was everything we looked at in this park. We have been in or looked at the other RV parks in ABQ and think this one is the best. If road noise off I-40 had been a little less park would be a 10.
05/2010
rating [ 8/10 ]
This is an old KOA park from years ago that pasted owners and ones that own it now have reworked into a nice park. The roads are asphalt and all sites are level with small gravel. You have pull-through and back-in sites to pick from. Most sites are pull-through. You can pick what you wish to use here. If you need 50 amp, sewer or cable TV you can get it. If you do not wish to pay for it no problem. The pull-through sites are side by side hookups. You will have about eight feet from one unit to the next. Checked the bathhouses, playground equipment and common zones and find everything in good order. The Wi-Fi is free but not working well at all. We were in 200 feet of one antenna and signal level was poor. Two laptops in use, one would work at times off and on and the other would not pick up the signal at all (worked OK at last park). Verizon cell and air card worked well. Staff was nice at check in. Office is open to 10:00 pm for check in. Wal-Mart was about three miles to restock your supplies. If you love trains this is the place to be. One will pass by about every 15 to 20 minutes day and night. You have two tracks but very little noise from engines, no horns I-40 is 1/2 miles over and train tracks are around 1/4 mile from park. Inside RV with it closed up was no problem. You have a small air port a short ways east of here and may pick up noise from that as well but closed down at 9:00 pm. Trip into town and found the town to be more or less dead. Park is on west side of town and we think this is a nice place to stay. At time we were in park it was around 60% full.
05/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
This a great little park to spend some time in. This park is very clean and well run by owners. Roads are gravel and sites are red volcanic cinders. Our site was a pull-through with 30/50 amp power, water, cable TV with 60 channels, table and sewer plus level. Wi-Fi was in park fee, fast and on your site. Verizon cell and air card worked well here. Nice dog run plus a pet washing station near office. Recreation and picnic area in one corner of park. Park has rules like all other parks that were fun to read. Layout of park was great with wide roads and turns. Our site could hold two motorhomes side by side plus lot of room to next site over. Park has nice trees but may not help in summer months with sun. You will pick up road noise from Hwy 89 but it was not bad. Number of places to shop, eat and places to see couple miles from here. You will get a little dust off the cinders as you walk but it is far better than walked in mud to me. I feel this park is a little more for adults than kids. We like it a lot. Rate was with Good Sam. On morning we left a "Thank You Card" was on our door, a nice touch from the owner.
05/2010
rating [ 10/10 ]
This a great little resort to spend some time in. All roads in park are asphalt, in good shape with small speed bumps. Sites are pull-through or back in with correct angles. You have 30/50 amps, water, sewer, cement pad and table on site. Hard to get over how nice this park is. The plants and trees are mature, large and nice to look at. Club house, pool / spa, laundry room, mail boxes, work out room, game room, small library, playground equipment, basketball court, place to store your RV, three dog runs and one with a dog washing station under a cover, what more could one ask for. Staff was nice and helpful at check in. Have your dog ask for a dog treat at check in. Wi-Fi is free from Tengo and had six or seven antennas in park so you can work from anyplace in park plus speed was very good. Verizon cell and air card worked well here. Over the air TV will pick up lots of channels. Sat. TV no problem on sites. West end of park butts up to I-17 but large tall wall stopped most noise. Air planes fly over park from Deer Valley airport but was not a problem to me. Your GPS will take you on a nice trip around the streets of Phoenix to get here. Take I-17 north and pass under Hwy 101. Soon you will see exit 215A Black Canyon Fwy, take it and stay on this road, travel north to west Williams Drive, turn right on to west Williams Drive, park will be on left side in 1/2 block. If you are moved south on I-17 use exit 217 to west Pinnacle Peak Road. Turn left into west Pinnacle Road and travel east to N 19th Ave. Turn right into N 19th Ave and travel south to west Williams Drive. Turn right on to west Williams drive and park will be on right side in 1/2 block. GPS address is 33.69139 -112.11060. We would return anytime to "The Purple Park."
05/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
All roads and sites are asphalt, very wide and in good shape. Sites were pull-through and back in and all sites are 30/50 amps with water, cable TV, sewer, cement pad, table with four chairs and an Orange tree. Sites are nice gravel in two colors of rock plus dead level. The Wi-Fi worked well on our site. Park was only around 10% full on May first . Found the Fry's store to have great prices on food items and one mile west of park. You will have road noise off the roads north and west of park. Also the Air Force fighter jets can be working on flying skills over park but we need them to keep up the good work. Staff was great at check in. Verizon cell and air card worked well here. Good Sam discount used. Gates on west side are locked day and night but you can get in and out with correct code. Front gates are locked at 6:00 pm. Lots of good places to eat close by plus lots of places to see as well. We like this place a lot.
05/2010
rating [ 8/10 ]
All roads and sites are asphalt and in good shape. Site was pull-through and all pull-through sites are 50 amps with water and a table. Site was off level, same as other sites near by. Back in sites were more level. Sites are set at correct angle to get in and out of. Lots of room from site to site. Park is nice and full of small trees, under 10 feet with little to no shade. Staff was nice at check in. Great place to walk or ride a bike. Park was close to empty on May first. Gates are locked at night. Verizon cell and air card worked well here. TV channels over the air were two and in Spanish. Cavern tour was good and different from other cave tours we have been on.
04/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
The other reviews cover everything here very well. I will only cover the way into park. If you come from west on Hwy 80 you will drive down into city and park will be on right at the Queen Mine driveway and travel up the hill to park. If you coming from the east on Hwy 80 you will come to a round-a-bout. Stay on Hwy 80 not 92 as some GPS system may tell you. Drive into city. On way you will see a deep mine pit and soon the park on top of hill on left side. As you get to city take the road on right into city. On left you will see a road that goes back to Hwy 80 west, then next road is coming out from under the bridge, turn left into the next road and go under the bridge. As soon as you drive under the bridge the Queen Mine drive way will be on right. You will also see the little Blue RV sign on light pole at the this turn. Nice park with great staff. Verizon cell and air card worked well here. One more item. This park is wired for 30 amps only but you have a number of sites that have 30/50 amp outlets in post. Take in all the places to tour here and enjoy the city.
04/2010
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is a great park for an overnight or longer stay if you like. The roads and sites are hard packed small gravel. This my first time every to see roads this wide. They look like you could land an airplane on the roads in park. Sites were deep, wide, level, had a cement pad, table, 50 amp, water, sewer, cable TV with lots of channels and free Wi-Fi that worked well on your site. Park had back-in and pull-thru sites to pick from. Trees and dark green lawns plus lots of space from site to site. Our site was covered with large trees and we had little sun on motorhome. Lots of sites here have large trees. This is odd for NM plus very little dust in park. No tents here. The bathhouse was a unisex set up with everything in one room. Verizon cell and air card working well here. Wal-Mart super store about one mile from here. Lots of good places to eat near by as well. Staff was great at check in and helped me find anything that I ask for. A solid 10 park.
04/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is a great park for an overnight or longer stay if you like. The other reviews are correct. Owner is work on the swimming pool and it will be ready by late May. Nice fenced in dog run on east side. Bathrooms are unisex and new. Washer and dryers were one dollar each and all new. View from top of this small hill were great. Wal-Mart super store 2 miles away. pull-thru sites in back would fit any size RV unit. Wi-Fi was free and worked well at our site. Found two TV channels over the air and all in Spanish. Sunset fire pit next to office was a great way to see the sunset. Verizon cell and air card worked well here. Owner is working hard to add more updates and build a good place to visit. Noise from I-10 is very low. We will return in future.
04/2010
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is a great park. Roads in park are asphalt / cement and in good shape. Our site was a long, wide, level, cement pad, with a table, 50 amps and water. Resort is very clean. The Wi-Fi worked well and was fast on our site. Park was close to full at time of our visit. You could hear a little noise from I-10 but it was not a problem. Kerrville has a number of the big box stores for all your needs plus number of places to eat. Verizon cell and air card worked well here. We enjoy this resort and will return again as we pass this way.
04/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is a great park. Roads in park are asphalt and in good shape. Our site was long, wide, level, asphalt pad, with a table, fire ring, 50 amps and water. Lake is large and sites are close to water. You have four loops in park. Two dump stations in park that were no problem to get in and out of. Park has some shade trees but lots of sites are in sun. Deer eat and play in park day and night. Great view of the lake from our site. TV channels over the air work well. No lights in park at night. Noise free place. Staff was very nice at check in. Verizon cell and air card also work well here. Supplies are around 10 miles from here so stock up before you come in. If park had sewer we could stay here a long time and be happy. Rates were on the Golden Age card.
04/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is a nice park. Roads in park are asphalt and in good shape. Our site was a long pull-thru, wide, level, small gravel pad, had a table, cement pad for table to set on, 50 amps, sewer, cable TV with lots of channels and water. If it rains the roads and sites will have lots of water standing due to flat land here. Nice pool and playground equipment for kids. You have a number of nice trees for shade.The Wi-Fi is free for one week and then you pay. I also noted the speed is very slow and may be short of bandwidth. We went to look at the RxR track on Southcross. One side is OK but the other side will get you. Do not use this road to travel to the park or you may have damage based on the large number of marks on road we found. Use information in Good Sam book to travel here. Water pressure was 160 lbs per paper work from office, my test showed 100 psi. Staff was very nice at check in. H.E.B. and Super Wal-Mart are close by for anything you may need. Bus will take you downtown and pickup point is across the street. San Antonio is a fun place to visit and tour.
04/2010
rating [ 7/10 ]
Roads in park are asphalt and in fair shape. Our site was long, wide, level, asphalt pad, had a table under a cover, fire ring, 50 amps and water. Not all sites have the fire rings. Not a lot of trees at RV sites. If you have a tree it may only cover 5% of your RV unit. One bathhouse for 40 sites and it is a long ways to walk to it from some sites. You have 19 tent only sites couple miles from here. Park also has large number of small cabins if you need one. Lake is large so fishing would be good here. It is 19 miles from I-37 to this park. On way to site we saw a large group of wild turkeys and then in RV park a numbers of deer were running around late in day. Verizon cell and air card did work but were slow and weak. Summer months would be no fun due to the heat. It is six miles one way to buy anything so stock up before you come in. Web site said park had Wi-Fi. That may be true at the office but no Wi-Fi in RV park. Office is four miles from RV park. Park was very quite at night.
04/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
Roads in park are cement and in good shape. Our site was pull thru, long, wide, level, cement pad, had a table, BBQ cooking equipment, cable TV with lots of channels, 50 amps, water and sewer. We also had lots of trees, plants and flowers around the site. Staff was helpful at check in and will take you to your site. Other sites are a mixed bag of dirt, gravel and grass. Staff will try to place you in the correct site to fit your unit. Small playground equipment for kids. Small dog walk inside a fence near front of park. Short drive to beaches from here. Fi-Wi was $4.00 per day and we did not use it. You will have road noise if you are near the front of park. Everything you may need like H.E.B., Wal-Mart and places to eat are close by. Lots to see and do in this city. Verizon cell and air card worked well here. A nice park to visit. Rates were a mix of Good Sam and Passport.
04/2010
rating [ 8/10 ]
This is a nice park to spent some time in. The other reviews were on the money. The roads and sites are all gravel and dirt mixed. Our pull thru site was very large with water, sewer, cable TV (lots of channels) and 20/50 amp power. No 30 amp in box. No fire ring or table. Nice view of bay. Only self contained units here. The Wi-Fi was free but slow at times, may be missing bandwidth or someone is a KB hog. At times you go into time out or no service. Verizon cell and air card worked well here. You can buy sea food off the boats. Fishing would be good here. Park has a number of places to fish plus a dock. Staff was helpful at check in and people in park were super nice to be around. Seafood places in town were great to eat in. Winds very high at time of visit. Rates were on Passport.
04/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
As other people have said this is a great location. The large pot holes have been fixed. County could work on the road to park a little more. All roads and sites in park are cement and I only found couple places in front of office that need to be fixed. Sites are all super size or Texas size and level. Hookups were in correct place and all have 50 amp service. No tables or fire rings here. A beautiful place on Dickinson Bayou and you can take your boat into the Gulf from here. You have two small fresh water ponds as well. Only one small problem and that is the Wi-Fi system is working off of Hughesnet Sat. system and it is one more slow dog. System is free but very close to useless. Staff was very helpful with everything that I ask for. Lots of people live here and park was close to full. Noise free day and night. Verizon cell and air card work well here. Lot of TV channels over the air. Sat. systems will work on any site due to no trees. Lots to see and do close by. Six bathrooms are all unisex and have everything in one room, very nice and clean.
04/2010
rating [ 8/10 ]
This is a tough park for most large RV units to get in and out of. Park has two campgrounds. Camping #1 has 15 tent sites and 22 RV sites. Roads and sites are all gravel. Hookups are all over the map here and most are in the wrong place. You have power and water in center front for two sites, Person in right side will need a long power cable and water hose. Some sites have sewer and that is on wrong side and in rear of site. The sites are set on a cypress swamp. Camping # 2 has 37 sites and are a little better but not much. Roads and sites are asphalt . Sites have table, fire ring, close to level and some had sewer drops in wrong place as well. Power and water were way off on most sites and a small number were in correct place. Angles on sites to road were a problem as well. Trees, trash cans and post close to road all make a mess out of moving in and out of your site. You can damage a large motorhome here if you make any mistakes. On the good side park is beautiful to look at and be in. The cypress swamp has tables on the river next to swamp and walking path all over the place. Bikes work well here. Fishing would be good here. Bathhouse was clean, you have lots of playground equipment for the kids, Wi-Fi was free and worked well and trees keep this place cool. Verizon cell and air card worked well. Sat. dish on the ground may work if you can find a hole in trees. TV over the air picked up a number of channels. Gates are locked at night. Rates were on Golden Age card. Bottom line come here in a small unit and have long power cables and water hoses and enjoy the park.
03/2010
rating [ 7/10 ]
This city park is set up in three parts. The south side (94 sites) has large cypress trees to park under and some open sites as well. North side (53 sites) is an open (full sun) parking lot with hookups. In center you have a large day use park for public use with playground equipment. Next to that you have 20 tent only sites with bathhouse in center. RV sites are in different sizes. All are gravel, wide, level, water, sewer, table, fire ring and 30/50 amps. Office will try to get you into the correct size site to match your unit. No tents on an RV site. Lake Palourdeis very large and 5-1/2 miles across. Good size boats are in marina here. You have a lots of ducks around the marina but they do not come into RV park. If you like to fish you will like this place. A one mile walk around the park is nice. You can pick up a number of TV channels over the air but most are weak. Wi-Fi did work one day but was dead the other days. Verizon cell and air card worked well. Road noise from Hwy 70 day and night but not to bad.
03/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
Roads in park are hard packed gravel. A good number of sites are cement, wide, long, and are FHU with 30/50 amp service. Sites under trees are hard packed gravel with FHU. Over the past years this park has added a number of new sites. Now you have sites in full sun and sites under trees. Owner ask what type of site you would like to park on. Everything worked very well here. Owners are very friendly and helpful. They will see to all your needs. Owners will take you on a tour of the plantation home. The Wi-Fi worked well in our RV. You can pick up lots of TV channels over the air. Lots of nice places to tour close by. Verizon cell and air card worked well. Quiet at night. We will return in the future.
03/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is a great park. Roads are wide with good asphalt. All sites are asphalt, have 30/50 amps, water, level, wide, long, and have lots of room on each side. You have a table, fire ring and BBQ cooking equipment. Sites are set at the correct angle to get in and out. Park sits in a swamp as others have said. Noise free here less the sound of birds. Park has Wi-Fi that is free, fast and works on your site. The dump station is set up nice and worked well. Bathhouse was clean. You have 30 RV sites, 20 tent sites with water only and 14 cabins. Staff was helpful at check in. You have a fishing pond if you wish to use it or you can watch the gators in pond. The last mile of road into the park is on the small side. In warm weather the mosquitoes could be bad. TV stations over the air worked but not well. Verizon cell phone was weak and air card worked well. Gates are locked at night. Rates were on Golden Age card.
03/2010
rating [ 8/10 ]
This park has made a lot of changes over the years. Storm damage to trees will take years to grow out again. Roads are asphalt as well as sites. Old campground has been upgraded to 30/50 amp service. This zone has two older bathhouses that are dated but a new one will be in service in a couple months. Sites can be hard to get in and out of due to odd angles sites sit at. New campground is a mixed bag of no hookup's to 30 amps and water or 30/50 amps and water sites. Sites in this side also sit at the same odd angles. You have around (46) 50 amp sites, (40) no hookups sites, and (63) that are more 30 amp than 50 amp sites. The new Wi-Fi system worked very well. Rates were on Golden Age card. Nice place to ride a bike. Verizon cell and air card work well here. Standing water and mud can be a problem here.
03/2010
rating [ 9/10 ]
This park has had a lot of new updates added. All sites now have 50 amps, new shower/restroom, new sites, more pull-thru sites, new outside lights, and more trees. Most sites have a great view of the lake. Verizon cell and air card worked well here. Small number of cement sites and all others are hard packed pea gravel and level. The four new showers have no heat only a fan. Only two tent only sites but any site can be used for a tent. Rate was on golden age card. Staff was helpful at check in.
12/2009
rating [ 10/10 ]
This an update to my Feb. 2009 review. The park now has free Wi-Fi on your site and it is fast. I check it at 1.5 Mb down load speed. Park has four antennas in the correct places. Nice place to visit.
11/2009
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is only an update on the Wi-Fi system. The other reviews are all correct. Talked to staff over the Wi-Fi at your site. This will not happen as site owners pick up high speed service on each site if they wish to buy it. The main club house has free Wi-Fi with super high speed. I check it at 10,516 KB's down and 1123 Kb's up. That is 10.5 MB's. We have been here numbers of times and park is more beautiful that in the past years. Anyone would be happy here. Great place to come and play.
10/2009
rating [ 9/10 ]
One of the better parks in Pensacola. Park is on the new side. Roads and sites are all gravel. Sites are long at 50 feet or so and very wide plus close to level. Site had 30/50 amps, water, sewer, cable TV, and table. Large number of pull-thru. No fire rings or fires here, a good thing to me. Only hard sides RV units here, no showers or bathrooms. Wi-Fi is free and works very well on your site. Verizon cell phone worked well. Sat. dish's will work on most sites. We could pick up some road noise off I-10 and Wilde Lake Blvd. but inside it was not a problem. From the traffic light at Wilde Lake drive West 7/8 of a mile and park is on left. The Navel Museum is 18.6 miles from park. You have two large new super markets to shop in and they are close by. Staff was helpful at check in and will take you to your site plus help you hookup if you need it. Not a lot of trees in this park. Nice people live here.
09/2009
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is a new and great resort from the ground up. The owners have put a lot of time, thinking, and money into this place. Everything was done right from the walk in pool to the bathhouses. Club house is like a 5 star hotel and has everything you could think of or need to live well. Roads are double wide, sites are long, wide, level, cable TV, with FHU in correct place. Free Wi-Fi and it worked very well at our site. Views of lake are great to look at. You can rent or buy a site here. Front gates: GPS is 30.34831 / -87.65997. From I-10 travel south on Hwy 59 then east to Foley Beach Express, travel south and past Hwy 12 (traffic light), take the next road right, Brinks Willis Road, resort is on the left. You have everything you need from shopping, places to eat, Super Wal-Mart, and others items in Foley five miles away. If you own a Class A you need to check this place out.
09/2009
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is only a update to this park as we have been here a number of times over the past years. The FEMA units have all been removed from park. Park now has free Wi-Fi that works at your site and it works very well. As we all have found out this park has everything you need to live well. I found no problems here with anything. Wish other places were this nice to spend my time in. Great place and so clean.
09/2009
rating [ 7/10 ]
The park sits on side of a hill. All roads are new asphalt. Sites are all gravel and way off level front to rear as well as side to side. Our site had 50 amp power, water, cable TV, table, and sewer. The cable TV had a lot of channels to look at. Satellite dishes will only work on some sites due to the trees. Wi-Fi is free and works well at your site. There are nice old trees here in park. Our Verizon cell phone did work here. The Bathhouses, which are at the office and were clean. There is a good bit of noise from Hwy 45 that runs close to park. They only take cash or check and no Credit Cards. This is a Good Sam park and that is not right per Good Sam rules. There is a Super Wal-Mart about 1/2 mile south of park. The staff was helpful as check in and will take you to your site.
09/2009
rating [ 9/10 ]
Nice COE park on J. Percy Priest lake. All roads and sites are new asphalt. Sites we had was level, had 20/30/50 amp power, water, table, BBQ cooking equipment, and fire ring. All sites have lots of space in and around. Trees are very heavy and satellite dishes may be hard to work here. TV over the air did pick up a good number of channels. Verizon cell phone worked well. You have a nice beach on lake front to play in as well as play ground equipment for kids. Number of places to eat and shop near I-40 or 5 miles north of park. Only problem I see here is the roads from I-40 to park can be a little hard to travel on but the signs into park are well marked. Use I-40 exit 221B and go south. Gates are closed at 10:00 pm. Ducks will come to see you if you have a site near the water, lunch time. You will hear some jet noise from airport across the lake but it's not too loud. Staff was nice at check in and helpful as well. Nightly rate was on Golden Age card.
09/2009
rating [ 10/10 ]
Spring Lake is a super nice FHU park. Park is off I-40 at exit 322 travel around 4 miles north to Fairview Drive. Roads and sites are all level gravel. Sites are very deep and will fit any size unit also wide. You have sites around a lake and some sites near the office. Sites on lake side have a cement pad, BBQ cooking equipment, fire ring, table, and a swing set for two people to set in. Sites off lake have a nice white table and cement pad. Sites has free cable TV with a ton of channels. Wi-Fi is free, strong, and fast at your site. Hook ups are in correct place and work well. Verizon cell phone works well here. Host will lead you to your site. Host were very nice and helpful. Park is quite, clean, and a peaceful place to be in. Lots of places around park to set and look at the lake. A great place to spend some time in. Nightly rate was on Good Sam.
09/2009
rating [ 7/10 ]
Roads are all gravel and in good shape. All sites are very short but you have room in each side. You have two cement strips on most sites to park on. You have 11 sites that have 50 amp power and all others are 30 amps. This is not a big rig campground due to small roads and tight turns. Short RV units will take up the hold site and tows will park in front on in road. Water, sewer, power, cable TV, and table on all sites. Owner was very nice at check in and helpful as well. This park has been in service a long time or back in days of small RV units. Lots of green grass in hold park, nice. Noise: We could hear the train at times (no horn blowing) only wheels rolling on the tracks. Most of the noise here is off Hwy 70 in front of park. Wi-Fi was free, fast, strong, and will work on your site. You do have some trees to park under here. Rates are on Good Sam.
09/2009
rating [ 6/10 ]
Roads are asphalt and in good shape. Lots of one way roads in park. Our camp site was long at 85 feet X 35 feet wide with table, fire ring, BBQ cooking equipment, gravel, level, water and 30 amp power. No 50 amp power in this park. Water pressure was low at 20 psi. Verizon cell phone worked well here. Sat. dish will work on the ground if you can find a hole in trees. TV channels over the air, did find a small number to look at. Staff was helpful at check in and nice to deal with. This park will have a total rebuild in fall (underway now) to rebuild all sites, add more sites, add 50 amp power to sites, rebuild bathhouses, new playground equipment, and rebuild other items as well. Rates were on Golden Age Card. Gates are locked 24/7 and you need a code to get in. Free Wi-Fi at the Visitor Center 5.8 miles north of park, day time hours only. Items: All sites are not level and some are way off. The dump station sits on side of a slope. To drain water out of tanks you will need to level up. Gate house was moved to a odd place. You will not have a place to stop or park. You need to turn left as you past the gate house. So do not pass it or you will need to back up to make the turn. Bathhouses were very dated. This park is over 30 years old now and it shows.
09/2009
rating [ 8/10 ]
Roads here are new asphalt. Most sites are wide, 30 to 35 feet X 60 feet long with gravel or grass. You can pick type of site you wish at check in if site is open. This park is well taken care of, and you can see it. Our site had a table, 50 amps, water, sewer, and no fire ring. Park will get you one if you need it. Pool is in front of park, no problem as you have a parking lot close by. Park is very large in size and a great place to walk, bike, or walk the dog. Super Wal-Mart about three miles and lots of places to shop close by. We could pick up number of TV channels over the air and Sat dishes are no problem on most sites. Verizon cell phone worked well here. On Wi-Fi, this is the only small problem we found. Park is on DSL with download speeds of 684kbs and 123kbs upload. This size park should have a min. of 3.0 GB of bandwidth. You will find the system stopped if a number of people are on at the same time. Good part it is free.
09/2009
rating [ 7/10 ]
Roads in park are small with asphalt. Lots of nice trees here and some trees are close to road and sites. Sites on the most part are wide 30 ft x 60 ft long. Site we had was a pull-thru, dirt, level, 50 amps, water, sewer, table, and fire ring. Other sites were short, back in, and off level. Staff was nice at check in and helpful. Park has a small pond that you can fish in with a dock. You will pick up road noise off I-95 all the time but inside motorhome it is not a problem. We could pick up eight TV channels over the air. Sat. TV will only work on couple sites at best due to trees. Green grass was nice all over the park. No playground equipment for the kids. You have a great travel plaza for supplies and fuel close to park. Wi-Fi was strong at 1.5GB down load speed, free, and works on all sites. Nightly rate was on Good Sam. Park has four tent sites. Verizon cell phone works well here. Super Wal-Mart about four miles from park on Hwy 40.
06/2009
rating [ 9/10 ]
Nice GA State Park under large oak and pine trees. This park has the most shade you will find anyplace. New asphalt roads in park make a great place to ride your bikes. Roads are flat and level. Sites are a mix of dirt and some gravel. Sites are close to level, have a table, and fire ring. Cable TV and 50 amps on a total of 22 sites. We could pick up more channels over the air than the cable system. I think cable had two or three channels that we could see. Free Wi-Fi at the office only and you have a table to set at. Sat dishes will not work here. You may find one or two sites that have a hole in trees. Dump station sits in middle of park. You will need to past dump, do a U-turn and come back to get in if you are in front of park. Staff was nice at check in and fast. Playground equipment for the kids. Nightly rate was for seniors. I checked swimming pool, close and green as a swamp. No gators in pool yet. You now have a nice wide turn lane to get into park from Hwy 204 spur. All road work is complete. Gates are locked at 10:00 pm. Verizon cell phone to the top. You will need a GA park pass to get into park.
06/2009
rating [ 8/10 ]
Good size state park on an island in the Okefenokee swamp. Park is 17 miles from Hwy 441 in Fargo. As others have said pack up everything you will need before you come here. You will pass campground on right side as you drive to office. You will need to do a U-turn and go back to campground. Part of the sites can be a trick to drive to. The 50 amp sites have more room. The other loop is a trick due to trees close to road. Road snakes around the loop and sites can be tough to back into. OK for smaller units. Sites are close to level, have grass, hard to get and out of, water, power, table, and fire ring. Dump station is on wrong side of road so you will need to do a U-turn to get in. Some playground equipment for kids. Rate was on Golden Age Card (this is a Nat. Park as well). Great place to fish and see all the wild life. Boat tour was great as was walking trails. You can rent boats here as well. This swamp is super size and full of alligators. Staff was nice at check in. Interpretive center/museum near office. Verizon cell phone did work, but was weak. DTV will pick up a small number of channels. Sat. systems will work only at some sites. Cable TV in park was useless, very small number of channels all poor, plus very dark. Gates are locked at 10:00 pm.
07/2009
rating [ 5/10 ]
Roads in and out of park are good asphalt. Roads in campground are good gravel. Sites are on a 45 deg angle, close to level, wide, long, with hard packed gravel. Sites have a table, fire ring, and BBQ cooking equipment. Park sits close to a 25 acre lake that you can fish in but no swimming due to gators. Staff was nice at check in. If you come into park with a big rig you will have a hard time moving rig back to road if you pull into office. Best to pull over in front of office and check in. Verizon cell phone was to the top. Sat. dishes, no problem on most sites. DTV channels over the air are very limited. Nightly rate was for seniors and you will need a GA park pass. Pool was close and had Green water. Playground equipment for kids at front of park only. Gates are locked at 10:00 pm. You can use the local library for Wi-Fi. Come out the main gate, turn left then turn right at first street. The system was as slow as an old dial up. Also check your power post before you pick a site. I found a lot of dead power post, bad circuit breakers, missing circuit breakers, and tape over the outlet. GA has money problems. A 18 hole golf course was next door if you wish to play and it looked new.
06/2009
rating [ 7/10 ]
Park sets on Lake Seminole, large at 37,500 acres but at campground you only see a small part of lake. Roads to park are asphalt and in good shape. Roads in campground are on the small side. Sites are a mix of grave and dirt, off level in most cases, wide, long, and not on top of the next site. Sites have a cement table, fire ring, and BBQ cooking equipment. Rate were for seniors and we had a year park pass. You need a park pass to get in or pay the daily rate. Dump station was set up in a odd way to get out of park. Playground equipment for the kids and it looked new. Staff was nice at check in. You also have 14 large cottages for rent if you need one. Verizon cell phone was to the top here. Sat. dishes work best on the ground due to trees. DTV will pick up number of channels over the air. Large white sand beach on other side of park for swimming. Mini golf, plus number of games to play as well. Gates are locked at 10:00 pm.
06/2009
rating [ 9/10 ]
This campground is top rated by me. Roads are asphalt and free of problems. Sites are level, cement, long, and wide. You have a table, fire ring on ground, and BBQ cooking equipment. Lots of room from site to site. Water, power, and (sewer on 19 sites only) was good. Verizon cellphone to the top, DTV will pick up some channels over the air. Due to heavy trees some sites may not work well for satellite dishes. The shade here is about the best we have ever found. Park sits on Lake Walter F. George and is very large with a power dam. Lots of sites on lake and 18 sites are pull-through. Bathhouses were clean and have A/C plus a laundry room. Great place to fish if you wish to. Eufaula is a little north of park for places to eat and to shop for anything you may need. I understand park will upgrade to 50 amps this year. Staff was great at check in. Gates are locked at 10:00 pm. Playground equipment for the kids and the only sounds you hear were wild bird songs. Large sand beach for swimming. Rates were on Golden Age Card. Free Wi-Fi at Eufaula library.
07/2009
rating [ 9/10 ]
Nice large County park on south Brunswick river. All roads are hard packed shell with pot holes. All sites have a table and fire ring. Site was full hookup with 50 amps, water, sewer, cable TV with 90 channels, and free Wi-Fi that worked. Site was 150 feet long and 35 feet wide with trees around the site, level, and pull-thru. Others sites are on the short side. Office will put you in correct size site for your equipment. All sites are the same price $30.00 per night. New rates started July 1, 2009. You can rent by the week or month as well. Great place to fish, lay around, or swim in lake. Boat ramps and boat lift to put boats in water if you need it. Staff was nice at check in. Country Buffet in Brunswick if you enjoy great GA cooking at a low price. Gates are locked at 9:00 pm. The Flying-J is a couple miles south for fuel at exit 29.
06/2009
rating [ 9/10 ]
This park is great. You have everything to play with in this park. You have two loops. Loop one has lots of trees, three 50 amp sites, (10) sewer sites, sites have cable TV with lots of channels. Loop two has three sewer sites plus (7) 50 amp sites. Roads in loop two are bad. Found sites to be a little off level front to rear but was not a problem (auto level system). Sites have a nice table and fire ring. Free Wi-Fi in lodge and visitors center as well. The 265 acre lake had been drained due to weeds. Will refill lake in spring. You have 10 cottages plus large number of motel rooms to rent if you need them. Super nice golf course to play on. Bathrooms were clean but shower were not clean, also all bathhouses are dated. Long list of things to do here, great place for kids. We had dinner in lodge three times and found food, service, and prices were very good. People from town come out here to eat. Cost less that in town. McRae is 5 miles south of park for anything you may need. Anyone would be happy here. Nightly rate were for seniors. You will need a park pass or pay the daily rate.
06/2009
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very nice COE park on Lake Walter F. George. All roads are asphalt and free of potholes. Sites are cement pads, level, long, and wide. Site had a wood table, fire ring, and BBQ cooking equipment. Most sites have lots of room around, grass, nice trees to sit under. Verizon cell phone was to the top. DTV will pick up a number of channels. Satellite dish on the ground works best here due to heavy trees. Bathhouses were like new, clean, and have A/C system. Water and 30 amps were all good. Staff was nice at check in. Good place to fish. Lots of people using boats to play on lake. Gates are locked at 10:00 pm. Playground equipment for kids. Eufaukla library for free Wi-Fi. Eufaukla is around seven miles north for everything you may need plus places to eat. A new Wal-Mart Super Center will be open soon on hwy to park. Only seven pull-through sites that are good for short units only. Noise free at night. Rates were on Golden Age Card. I understand this park will upgrade to 50 amps this year. You have four dump stations, one at west side, two in middle, and one in rear of park. Best setup we have every found in any park to dump. A great place to visit.
06/2009
rating [ 8/10 ]
A nice Core Of Engineer's park on Lake Seminole. The Lake is large at 37,500 acres of water, and 376 miles of shoreline. There are 19 sites on lake, others are near the lake. There are 13 tent sites, some in the shade, but most are in the sun. The roads are asphalt and free of potholes. Sites have a cement pad, and are wide, long, and level. Water and 50 amp power was good. The park has a number of pine trees over the tent sites and may help keep down the heat. If you like to fish this place is great. The price was on Golden Age Card. Chattahoochee is about 1.5 miles south and you will not find much of anything in town. We were warning about the black ants problem here. We had to put Comet around the wheels to keep ants out of motorhome. Our Verizon cell phone worked well here. The Digital TV picked up number of channels over the air. Satellite dishes work well on most sites. Sites were equipped with a table, fire ring, and BBQ cooking equipment on a stand. Like all COE parks everything looks nice. Bathrooms and showers will be a problem to everyone, due to their location on B loop at east side of park. This is a 1/4 mile walk from loop A and C. The bathroom and showers were clean but very dated. A new bathhouse is close to completed about 1/8 of a mile walk from loop A and C. Loop B is an asphalt parking lot with water and 30 amp power at sidewalk. There is no Wi-Fi at Chattahoochee library or anyplace in town. Gates are locked at 10:00 pm. There are a couple of places to eat in town which is somewhat limiting.
04/2009
rating [ 7/10 ]
Supper size County park on Tampa Bay. Roads are good asphalt. Sites are all gravel & sand mixed and have a table, fire ring, 30 amps with water. Most are close to level but pick your site with care as numbers are very short and only good for tents or popups. Lots of room from side to side with large trees on small number of sites. Fishing from your site or you can go over to the super size fishing lot and use the two boat ramps. Park has new shower/bathrooms, screen room for large groups, two fishing docks in RV side, and playground for the kids. Gates are locked from 8:00 pm to 6:00 am. Picnic tables all over the park with parking space. Dump station was set up in correct way. No noise or overhead lights here. DTV will pick up numbers of channels over the air. Verizon cell phone was to the top. Lots of places outside park to shop or eat out.
04/2009
rating [ 8/10 ]
This park has three loops. All have 50 amps, water, table, fire rings, BBQ cooking equipment, and a little off level but not bad. Park sits on land that is center of Lake Dixie and Lake Hammond. Lake Louisa is very large and close by to swim in plus has picnic grounds. DTV works well here and Verizon cell phones were to the top. Dump station was great as you can dump on way in or out, very nice and wide. You will find 14 sites have full hookups and a number of the sites are for the physically challenged. No play ground equipment for the kids. Park also has 20 large cabins to rent that over look Lake Dixie. Price was half off, people who live in state receive a discount.
04/2009
rating [ 9/10 ]
Parks has two loops. The larger loop is for RV people with out horses and smaller one with or with out horses. Sites have lots of room, deep, 50 amps, water, fire ring, BBQ cooking equipment, table, and are close to level. Roads are asphalt and like new. Gates are locked at night. Verizon cell phone was to the top. DTV will pick up lots of channels over the air. Park has small 5 acre lake to fish in, four mountain bike trails that are tough. Large picnic grounds near RV sites with everything plus playground for kids. Lot of money was put into this park and it shows. Price was half off, people who live in state receive a discount.
02/2009
rating [ 7/10 ]
This park is on Rio Grande river, not at the store 1/4 mile to the west. You park under cotton wood trees. Park has two zones, one zone you can run generators about 60 sites and the other you can not run generators about 40 sites. Sites have a table, steel box to lock up food, and a fire ring. Number of sites are open and sat. TV would work, others under trees would be hard use sat TV. You can walk down to river in couple mins. Sites were level and wide with lots of space around each site. You can find water taps around park to full your tank. Park store 1/4 mile west has a lot of items and showers as well. Best to pack in your supplies before you come here.
02/2009
rating [ 10/10 ]
Nice small County campground on Shiner Lake. Roads and sites are all blacktop and look new. Park has a mix of 30 and 50 amp sites. The 50 amp sites are larger and have lots of room. All sites have lots of room from site to side. Sites are dead level, have W,E,S hookups in correct place and everything worked well. Cable TV had about 75 channels, DTV over the air would pick up 30 channels, most were good. Sites have a table, BBQ cooking equipment and most have a tree. Lots of play ground equipment for the kids and older people as well. Verizon cell phone service works well here. Park sits on south side of Lake Okeechobee. County may install a Wi-Fi system soon. The public library has Wi-Fi but is a waste of time, slower that a poor dial up system. Stock up before you come here, no town here to buy anything or places to eat out. One small truck stop close by that may have a place to eat. Office is open from 7:00 am to 3:30 pm, gates are locked at 6:00 pm. Office staff was the best we have every found, do anything to help you. Only problem I found was road noise off Hwy 27/80, it never stops day or night. Sites in back have very little noise, ones in front a lot. This place is a winner and we will return anytime.
02/2009
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is a class A only resort. Site we had was a pull in back out with W,S,cable, and 100 amp power post. The power post had two 50 amp outlets and one 20 amp outlet. Site was long, wide, level, clean, and faced the 14th hole. Park has three pools, large club house, spas, two lighted tennis courts, 14 hole golf course, and beautiful plants and trees everyplace you go. Park will soon grow to 502 sites. Golf course will grow out to 18 holes at that time. Wi-Fi has been removed from service due to problems but new system should be in place by end of summer 2009. Nice public library close by with free Wi-Fi. Cable TV had around 70 channels and DTV over the air would pick up 20 channels all poor. Verizon cell phone signal level was to the top on meter. All items work well here, no problems with anything. Staff was great and help me find ever item I ask about. Trash was picked up each day at site. The only item missing was maid service to clean up motorhome, life is good here. If you like golf the PGA training center is close by plus all the other courses. Lots of places to eat out close by plus shopping centers. This is about as good as it gets in RV life.
09/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Large GA state park with good size lake close by, no sites are on the lake. All roads are asphalt, sites are on two loops. South loop has all 30 amps with water. Sites on North loop has about 5 sites with 50 amps and others are 30 amps and water. Sites are gravel, wide, long, with table and fire ring. Bathhouses are in center of loops. Bathhouse were clean but dated and could use some work. Lots of very large live oak trees to park under. Dump station was on way out of two loops. Lots of playground equipment for kids. Walking trail was 5 miles long. Town of Adel was 6 miles east on I-75. Great place to eat catfish outside park, east side. Park had two pioneer campgrounds and miniature golf. Large beach on other side on lake from RV park for swimming. Three boat ramps. No gas engine boats on lake. Laundry house on South loop. Cable TV with 11 channels. DTV was good on number of channels over the air. Verizon cell phone service was very poor, can you hear me now? Number of bad and high speed bumps to help re-set everything inside our motorhome, pain in the neck. Gates are locked at 10:00 PM. All staff members were nice and helpful. We would return for one night and to eat some catfish. Only open Thu, Fri. and Sat, nights.
09/2008
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is a outstanding top rated FL state park. Looks like a small town park with RV parking. All roads are asphalt. Sites are super size with gravel. One we had was 30' wide X 200' long with 50 amps, water, table and fire ring. Lots of room from site to site with trees. Park sets on Suwannee River and is beautiful. One could live here all the time and never move. In all our years of RV life this tops them all for state parks. Bathrooms are new and state of art. Park people work all the time to keep up everything. Stephen Foster museum, carillon bell tower with music at 10-2-4 on the hour with Stephens songs, he wrote 200 songs. You have Nelly Bty's kitchen, cabins, and trails to walk on. Park has tons of oak trees. DTV will pick up channel 5 at times. Verizon cell phone works here. Dump station was great and layout was correct. Staff was nice at check in plus everyone we talked to in park. Gates are locked at 10:00 pm. Playground equipment in park but not in RV side. We will return anytime we move up and down I-75. Rates are for age 65 and we live in FL.
09/2008
rating [ 7/10 ]
Road in to park are very small, winding, and have low trees over the road in some places. Most trees we have every found in a state park. At times sites are dark. Deer walk around in mid day on roads. Sites are on the small side from other S/P in FL. A 40 foot motorhome will fit with little room for tow. Sites are gravel/shell mix and could use more gravel or shell. We had 50 amp with water, table, and fire ring. I could not find more sites that had 50 amps. DTV will pick up small number of channels over the air. Sat. TV will be hard to do but couple of sites did have a little less tree cover. Hard to see other sites due to heavy tree and ground cover from site to site. You have a visitor center and lots of trails to walk on. Lake Wauberg for fishing and boats with no gas engines. Playground equipment for kids near campground. 21 sites for RV units and 27 sites for tents. In mid Sep. on weekend, park only had a very small number of people. Visit small town of Micanopy close by (Historic). About 10 miles to Gainesville for food and supply's. Very small store close by may have some items you need. Gates are locked at night and no lights in park, very dark. Eight dollar rate was off due to age 65 and we live in FL.
09/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
Roads are good gravel, sites are cement, very level, super wide, long, and tons of trees everyplace. All sites have table, water, 30/50 amps, sewer, cable TV with 75 channels, no open fires here. Shade was great. No playground equipment for kids. Road noise from Hwy in front of park. Park has a duck pond with ducks that is nice to look at. Bathrooms (2) are unisex at office and long walk from any site. Park has about 60% permanents but all sites are neat and clean. Equipment to work out with in office. DTV was poor at 3 channels. Verizon cell phone was great. Wi-Fi was down but owner replaced the router and that fix the problem also free with strong sig. We will return.
09/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
This is a very large S/P on Lake Clarks Hill. All roads are asphalt, sites are packed gravel, some level and some close to level, power, water, and 8 sites have 50 amps, others 30 amps. All sites have a table and fire ring to cook on. Some sites will be very hard for a big rig to get in and out of due to poor site layout. We had to work at it to turn around. Smaller units will be OK. Most all sites have a great view of lake. Lake water level was way down due to no rain. We could see the lake from each window in motorhome. Playground equipment all over the place for kids. DTV worked very well here with number of channels. Verizon cell phone was to the top on bars. Dump station could take two units at the time. Gates locked at night. No noise anytime. Bathhouses were clean but very dated, need to be replaced. Also a long walk from most sites to use them. Park was close to empty first of Sep. We would come back again.
09/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
First off park is hard to find. From from Hwy 378 & Hwy 221 in McCormick go 3 miles west on Hwy 378. Look for the Brown sign and turn south or left on to Chamberlains Ferry Road. Park is 4 miles on end of this road. Park is in a beautiful place on Strom Thurmond lake. Roads are asphalt, sites are hard gravel and a little off level. Most all sites set on the lake. Sites have ring rings, table, water, BBQ cooking equipment, most sites have 30/50 amps. 24 sites have 30 amps only. Dump station was in an odd place and on wrong side of the road. Boat launch inside the park. Loop in center has a very short turn. If you have a tow car you can not turn the loop. Some sites will be hard on big rigs to get in and out of, pick one with care. DTV was good and you have a number of channels. Verizon cell phone works very well. Price was on Golden Age card. Park hosts were very nice at check in. Place was close to empty first part of September. Park was noise free. Lake was very low on water due to low rains. We would return.
09/2008
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very large S/P on lake Blackshear. Roads are good asphalt, sites are packed gravel, most are level, table, fire rings, good number are on the lakeside, and have 30/50 amps, most have lots of large trees to park under. Cable TV was poor with 11 channels, DTV was good for 3 channels, sat. TV with work if your dish is on the ground or you can find an open site. New dump station that can take three unit at the time. Very large beach for swimming. Hotel Blackshear in park as well. Playground equipment for the kids. Gate was locked 24/7. If you like to fish, 20 feet from your door to lake. Wal-Mart and lots of place to eat and shop in Cordele. Very nice golf course in park. Sam Short Line (train) runs from park over to Plans, GA. Lots of fun for everyone here. We will return.
09/2008
rating [ 9/10 ]
Like most COE parks this one is beautiful. Roads are asphalt and sites are hard packed gravel, level, wide, have 30/50 amps, water, fire rings, BBQ equipment for cooking, tons of trees, and well keep. On lake Harwell. Lake level is way down due to no rain in long time now. Very quit. Lots of playground for kids. Staff was very nice at check in. Bathhouse look new and were spotless as well. Gate was locked at night. Dump station was super size and you can dump on way in or out with no problems. DTV will pick up number of good channels. Verizon cell phone worked well here. Price was on Golden Age Pass. We will return anytime.
09/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
Very nice County park. Roads and sites are hard packed shell. Some sites are very large and 200 feet long. Site we were on was pull thru had 30 amps, water, sewer, 80 channels of TV, table, fire ring, (fires OK here)and free Wi-Fi. You can fish in couple of ponds or salt water. Playground equipment for the kids, picnic tables, boat ramps. PC in office to use if you need it to check e-mail. We will return.
09/2008
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is a beautiful S/P. Roads are asphalt and wide. All sites are super size with lots of room and trees on each side. Sites are hard packed gravel and very level. Table, fire rings, BBQ equipment to cook on. DTV and analog TV very poor over the air. Museum was very good and low cost. Lots of trails to walk on. Cabins near RV parking if you need them. Playground equipment for kids. Dump station was very good. Bathhouse was spotless also had washers and dryers. Silver river close to camp sites. Super Wal-Mart and places to eat 3.5 miles from campground. AC power 50 amps and water were good and in correct place. We will return.
09/2008
rating [ 9/10 ]
All roads are asphalt, sites are hard packed gravel, and level. Table on site, no fire ring or open fire here. Wi-Fi worked well. Trees are small but have some shade. Park was full at time of our visit. I also agree that park is better now with clean up work in rear on permanent sites. Everything is close by, food, stores, places to eat, fuel, and shopping. Pond in park with ducks. No road noise. No play ground equipment for kids. Next door to large flea market Fri. Sat. and Sun only. Hookup's are in the correct place. We will return.
09/2008
rating [ 8/10 ]
All roads and sites are granite rock. Sites are long, wide, and level. All sites have 30/50 amps, water, sewer, and cable TV with lots of channels. Wi-Fi was strong, worked well, and was free. You have a small fishing pond to fish in. Small amount of road noise off I-74. Very long walk from bathhouse to any sites and up hill. No fire ring or open fires here. LED lights on hookup post and corner post. All in all a very nice park to visit. Staff was great at check in. Mount Airy is home of Andy Griffith, Snappy Lunch, and Floyd's Barber shop. Tour the city, it is a lot's of fun. Lot's of new sites, pool, playground, and bathhouse in planing. DTV will pick up couple channels. Verizon cell phone worked great. We will return anytime.
11/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
Very nice campground resort to visit. Host at check in was very helpful. All sites are on cement pad and dead level. Roads are asphalt. Good space on most sites from side to side. Park now has free WiFi, good in club house only, ask for the password at office. Water and power were good and all sites have 30 & 50 amps. No camp fires here. Large play ground equipment for the kids. Next door to Barefoot Landing, you can walk over in short time. Rates were on Passport. Park was very close to full, about 60% were large class A's, then large 5th wheel units, rest were smaller units. People in park were nice to talk with. Large club house and pool were great, down by the inlet waters. Sites next to Hwy 17 will have some road noise and sites in back of park are very quite. We will return here on future trips.
10/2007
rating [ 5/10 ]
Older campground that could use a lot more work yet. Most sites are on side of a hill, all sites are rock and gravel. Part of the roads were asphalt ,and rest were rock and gravel, and need more work. Sites were close to level and sit in heavy stand of pine trees. WiFi was free but only works close to office (small linksys). Sat TV is a trick here due to the trees, but will work in places. Rest rooms, showers, and laundry were spotless and all new, also a long way from most sites. Rates were on Passport; park also is Good Sams. This park is OK for the smaller units, large units should not come here. We are 36 feet and could get in and out of site. Trees are everyplace and you could hit one. New owner is working to update this park and you can see changes. Lots of people come here to be in the woods and fish. Power and water were OK. Camp fires OK here. No noise here. Lake is down around 20 feet at this time due to no rain. It was not a bad place to spent some time in.
10/2007
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very nice park, full of trees to park under. Roads and sites are all gravel with super size cement pads to park on. Car and motorhome would fit side by side here. Long pull-thru also. Water and power were good. Rest rooms, showers were spotless and only in rear of office, long walk from most sites. Some road noise from Hwy 19. WiFi sig. on laptop was very good but would not go on line. I went to office and same problem. Three days in park and no luck, but WiFi was free. If you come from north on Hwy 19 you will pass park on left, need to do a "U" turn at next cross over to get in. No campground fires here. Lots of TV channels (60) plus to look at. Good Sam discount. We will return.
10/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
Beautiful COE park with all asphalt roads, cement level pads to park on. Park is on Walter F. George lake with most sites on or very close to lake. You have 20 sites with sewer on "Shady Loop". No road noise in this park. Very dark at night. Good power and water. Lots of space from site to site. Camp fires are OK here. Park is very heavy with shade trees. Rest rooms, showers, and laundry were spotless. Lot of people fish in this lake. Two dumps stations near front of park. Trash dumpers "3" also near front of park, long walk from most sites. Golden age cards price was $11 per night for FHU site. Eufaula is 22 miles to center of town, check out old antebellum homes, lots to look at around town. Park gates are locked at 10:00pm. We will return.
10/2007
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very nice campground. Roads from Hwy. into park are asphalt. All sites and couple roads are gravel. Sites are close to level due to hills. Water and power were good. You will find open sites and sites under the large trees in park. Most sites are under trees. Owner is always working to update his park, very nice. WiFi now in place, free, sig. is weak, will only work close to office. Camp fires are OK here. We have been here number of times and will return in future.
05/2007
rating [ 9/10 ]
All sites and roads are good gravel. All sites are side by side hookup's, wide, and not level. Views here are great, plus you have lots of large trees to park under. WiFi was free. Animas river very close to campground. Durango & Silerton train runs thru campground each day(nice to see). Campgrounds was very clean. Owners were very helpful at check in. Durango is four miles south, nice to tour, great places to eat and shop.
04/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
You have couple one lane blacktop roads in park. All sites are some what gravel and close to level. Most people on outside ring live here full time and never move. Two rows down center are for people who come and go. Park sits on Fountain Creek. Lots of road noise here 24/7. Staff was very helpful at check in. A great location to see Colorado Springs. Tons of good places to eat close by.
04/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
Road from Hwy. 50 to campground and all roads in park plus sites are good gravel. Sites were close to level, wide, and long. WiFi was free. Sites in front are all new with new hookup's. View of mountains was great. You are very close to Royal Gorge. Canon City is 10 miles away. No road noise here. No cell phone service, no TV channels. New owners are working hard to make this park a great place. One of the better park we looked at near Royal Gorge.
04/2007
rating [ 9/10 ]
Road from I-25 to campground was blacktop. All roads and sites inside park were good gravel/rock and level. Owners were very helpful at check in. They have made a lot of great updates in park. View was great from our site. WiFi was free. Little road noise from I-25. Railroad track 1/4 mile away but very low noise from train. Lots of new sites have been added. Nice playground equipment for kids. All new sites on front row with fire rings plus Bar-Q grills, and swings to sit in. City of Las Vegas is full of history and has numbers of great places to eat. Super Wal-Mart now in town.
04/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
Park is on top of a hill with a great view of mountains. Road into park is blacktop to office. All roads and sites in park are good gravel. Sites were more or less level. Number of young trees in park but all are small yet. You may have high winds here like other places in NM. Very long dog walk around park. No road noise here. WiFi was a little weak but worked OK plus it was free. Staff was nice at check in.
04/2007
rating [ 10/10 ]
All roads are blacktop, sites are very nice with cement or gravel pads. All sites are level, hookup's are in correct place, table, trees from site to site. WiFi was free and worked very well. Complimentary breakfast from 8:00 to 10:00 am was good. Bathrooms and showers were spotless. Some road noise from I-40 but was not a problem. No camp fires here. Staff was nice at check in and we received no static from anyone. We think this park is the best one in Albuquerque and we will return in future. Cable TV would be nice on all sites, only small number have it now. Other parks close by cost less but you receive less in turn. Flying-J two miles from here for fuel and super Wal-Mart around four miles for your needs.
03/2007
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is one of the best small RV resorts we have spent time in. Park is new, roads are gravel to site, pads are cement with power, water, sewer in correct place with a patio. Great swimming pool, bed & breakfast housing here, plantation house on site. Bathroom & showers were better that ones in our home. Great room with bathrooms, super size TV, kitchen, library, and laundry room. Wi-Fi was free and worked well. Mark and Yvett did a great job here. Super Wal-Mart is 15 miles away. Hymel's Seafood five miles away for great food.
04/2007
rating [ 5/10 ]
This is a old KOA campground and needs lots of work. Roads and sites are gravel. Sites are mostly side by side with with no room on each side, plus very short. To me good for small units only. Now out of Passport system but in Good Sam. I think place is good for over nigh stops only. Park has trees but little shade. Staff was nice at check in. Free WiFi but system is poor and very slow due to low quality signal levels. Over priced for what you get.
04/2007
rating [ 9/10 ]
This park is on a large tract of land. All roads and sites were good gravel. Sites were long, wide, and level. Lots of trees in park but are small yet. City of Alpine about one mile south for all of your needs and good places to eat. Bathrooms and showers were spotless, very nice. Staff was nice and helpful at check in. Pool and playground equipment were new. Large cement pad to wash your RV equipment for a fee. Everything is so nice and new here. Pet park in front (Paw Paw Park). Only problem was the satellite WiFi system was too slow to be called high speed. We will return!
04/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
This rating is on the 100 sites at the Rio Grande Village Campground, not the 25 sites at the Rio Grande Village RV Park. This park is not a bad place to spent some time. Roads are blacktop with gravel sites. Lots of cottonwood trees to park under. About 60% of park is for non-generator use. You pick any open site you like and go to post and pay. The $7 rate was on Golden Age. Pay showers at store. Water in park plus dump station. No cell phone, radio, or TV stations here. XM and Sat. TV worked well. Mexico and Rio Grande river 285 feet away per GPS. On the 25 full hookup sites, very small parking lot, this would hard to move a large unit in place. Store had gas plus good stock of items to pick from.
04/2007
rating [ 6/10 ]
This is a good low cost overnight stop. Roads and sites are the same, rock and gravel. All sites are pull-thru. Fort Stockton about one mile away for all your needs and places to eat. You will hear some road noise from i-10. Owner was very nice at check in.
04/2007
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is a top rated park and should be a 10 plus. Very large sites and roads. Everything is so clean. Pool for kids and one for adults only. Everything you can think of is here. No open fires on ground. Layout of park is great. WiFi is free and works very well. Kerrville is five miles away for all your needs, super Wal-Mart and good places to eat. Outstanding park to visit. Staff was great and very helpful to me. I could not hear any noise from I-10 from our site and we were on south side near road, I-10 is 1/2 mile away. I only wish more RV resorts were setup like this place. We will return anytime we travel this way on I-10 to spend more time here.
04/2007
rating [ 10/10 ]
As other post said this place has it all. The only items missing was modem hookup (phone jack was broken). No fires on ground here. Staff was very helpful. Some sites in rear of park were way off level from side to side and front to rear. I would say 98% are very close to level. WiFi was very strong all over park. Some road noise from Hwy. 1604. If you not happy here you need to sell your equipment and stay home. Great place!
03/2007
rating [ 10/10 ]
Park was named Casino Magic, now called Hollywood Casino RV Park. All wide roads and sites are cement and level. Trees were damaged in last storm but are growing again. One bathhouse in park. Very nice table and Bar-B-Q cooking equipment on each site. No camp fires here. Cable TV had over 60 channels. Good Sam park. Power post had 20/30/50 amps. Park is all new, clean nice, and great to visit. Super Wal-Mart couple miles to the west in Waveland. Park has (5) long pull-thru that had hookups at each end so sites may be back in as well. Hotel, casino, parking lots, golf course all new. On Wed. all day 1/2 off price on buffet if you are 50 years or more of age. Food was outstanding.
03/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
Park now has all new blacktop roads and sites. Sites are more or less level. Large number of trees to park under. Number of sites out in sun and very close to river. Very nice place to spend some time. Fire rings on ground and no tables. Price is on Golden Age Card. Some sites may be very hard to get in and out of with large unit due to trees.
03/2007
rating [ 8/10 ]
Roads are blacktop with gravel and blacktop sites. Most sites are close to level. Large trees to park under. Only half the sites are open due to storm damage. State is rebuilding park now. This is a very large state park. Swimming pool and beachs on lake Pontchartrain are closed but park is reworking everything. Playground equipment for the kids. Very good place for bike rides. Park is noise free.
03/2007
rating [ 7/10 ]
Good size park on a fishing pond. Roads from I-10 to park are not very good. All roads and sites are some what level and roads are good with some dust. Hookup's are set back to far and you need to back off gravel to get to them. Sites are more or less gravel with grass. WiFi worked OK at $4.00 per day. We were on Passport America at $12.50 per night. Free fishing in "10" or "11" acre lake, no fishing licence required. Some sites have only 50 amps on post and newer sites have 20/30/50 amps post. No tables only fire rings on grounds. Bathrooms and showers open from 9:00 am to 9:00 pm and only at the pool in front of park. Long walk from rear of park to the front for bathrooms. Play ground equipment for the kids.
05/2006
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very nice park close to I-10 & I-75. All roads in park are gravel. 20 sites are gravel and 47 are grass, all sites are close to level. You have space from site to site. Park has a number of nice trees to park under. Free WiFi worked very well with three systems in park. Ground layout was very nice to look at. Owners were nice at check in and take you to your site. Some road noise off I-10.
05/2006
rating [ 8/10 ]
Not a bad park to spend the night or couple days. Roads in park are blacktop and gravel. Sites were gravel in the past days and more or less level. It would help to re-gravel all sites and some of the roads. Free WiFi worked very well and has three base units in park. Sites have 20/30/50 amp power with W, S, and 75 channel cable TV. Small fish pond in middle of park. Free pan cakes on T-F-and Sat from 8:00 to 9:00 am. Office closed on Sunday but you take a site and pay on Monday. Close to I-75 but very little road noise. We did not see any fire ants in park but fire ants are every place in the south.
05/2006
rating [ 8/10 ]
Roads into park and inside park are on the small side. Roads inside park are blacktop and sites are level with good gravel. Non-primitive sites have 20/30/50 amp power with water. Playground equipment in four places for kids. Lake here is very large due to Hartwell dam. Price per night was on Golden Age card. Park has very heavy trees every place. Park has two beachs for swimming. Keep an eye on road signs that take you into park. Good Sam book was all wrong. Site we had was over 200 feet long and very wide. Sites are set 45 degs. to road. One handicapped site # 29. No noise in park at night.
05/2006
rating [ 8/10 ]
Nice park with a very good view of Blue Ridge Mountains. Roads in park are gravel, sites are level with gravel. Nice size trees in park and some sites have shade. Park was very clean with great yards. Free WiFi worked but Sig. level was very weak and very slow on our site. Playground equipment for the kids. Some dust off gravel roads but not too bad. Small amount of road noise off Hwy. 340. Owners were helpful at check in.
05/2006
rating [ 10/10 ]
This is a great resort to visit. Sites on hill are the best. Most roads in park are new blacktop. Roads that lead out to sites on hill and lower sites are gravel. All sites are gravel and level. Sites on hill are long, wide, and have trees from site to site. You have two pools, tennis court, mini-golf, dance barn, pond to swim in, fishing pond, softball field, fitness center, on and on. Park has a security gate 24/7. Park has 1667 sites but only 370 sites to rent. May be hard to find a site on weekends.
05/2006
rating [ 5/10 ]
Campground is a about 1/4 mile from last blacktop road. Roads inside park are gravel, sites are gravel and out of level. Park is very small but you can park three or four large RV's in park. Lots of trees in park. Park is very old and has been in service a long time. Park is close to Grand Canyon of PA. Owner was very helpfully at check in over places to see and things to do. I think it may be best that big rigs not stay here.
05/2006
rating [ 6/10 ]
This park has a large number of trees and heavy woods to park under. All roads were new blacktop. All sites are gravel and not a lot of sites are level. You have 30 sites in loop "Ash" that have 30 amp power and no water. All other sites are tent sites with no power or water. Ash loop sites are $30.00 with 30 amps. Sr. Citizens get it for $15.00 from Sunday-Thurs only. No discounts Friday-Sat or Holidays. No road noise here. Park is 10 miles east of Cumberland. Large 245 acre lake with a very large white sand beach. Large amount of playground equipment at beach for kids to play on. Boats for rent on lake.
05/2006
rating [ 9/10 ]
This is a new park that opened late 2005. All roads into and inside park are blacktop. All sites are gravel and a number are long. Some sites are not level. All sites have 20/30/50 amp power, W, S, with cement patios. Free WiFi working but signal level was very weak. You have a pool to use at hotel. Park sits in valley at rear of Days Inn. Cell phone & sat. system worked well here. Rates are $30.00 but seniors and Good Sams rated are $27.00. No road noise and no playground equipment for kids. Lots of trees in park but not one tree to park under. Stay on gravel in sites or you may sink into the ground.
05/2006
rating [ 9/10 ]
All roads are blacktop. Sites are 45 feet long blacktop close to level with 20/30/50 amp power & water. Two large dump stations, no sewer on any sites. Very nice pool, tennis courts, playground, volleyball & basketball courts. Lots of open space from site to site with nice grounds. Lots of nice trees in park. Campground has good stock of items and data port to check e-mail. You can now use "Reserve America" or call 888-459-7275 to hold a site. Price was $27.00 per night and seniors get it for $22.00. Horse park next door to RV park will take a day to tour if you like horses. Very nice park to visit. Park covers 1000 acres of land.
05/2006
rating [ 9/10 ]
Roads from Hwy. to campground office are blacktop. All roads inside park and sites are gravel. All roads were very good and free of holes. Some sites on outside ring could use more gravel. Sites were level in most cases. Grounds around sites had grass and room. KOA people are reworking number of sites to add cement patio's, chairs, and wood burner. Park was clean, pool & spa was in good shape. Very nice playground equipment for kids. Staff was nice and very helpful plus you receive a lot of write up's with maps on places to visit. Office had a good stock of items you may need. Free WiFi worked well on our site. Long term people park on one side and people in and out or over night people park on other side. At times you have some road noise from I-65 but it was not a problem. Nice park to tour Louisville from. A Wal-Mart super store was about seven miles north of campground.
04/2006
rating [ 1/10 ]
This park has a large number of items, drag strip, race track, amusement park, splash lagoon, and other items. Road from 31W to RV park is very small and 2-1/2 miles long. You will pass a Camping World on way to park. All roads and sites are blacktop with some pot holes. Sites were level in most cases. You have some trees to park under. Site hookup's are odd at best. Use care at time you pick a site due to hookup's. The gate house is a trick to pass thru due to a small opening, look at the damage from other RV people. Free WiFi will work if you are close to laundry room. In laundry room you have a phone line open 24/7 and a high speed cable to hook up your laptop. Bathrooms were some what clean but need a lot of repair work. Couple sites are on Barren River but sites were not very good. AC power was not a problem in April. The AC power boxes need to be updated due to old age. Water pressure was very low and it was hard to take a shower at times. Heat would be a problem here in summer months due to all the blacktop in park. Best part was the loud noise off the drag strip on Friday night and race track on Saturday night with the loud PA system. Week days were noise free. I do not think we will return to this park in future.
04/2006
rating [ 8/10 ]
All roads are blacktop, some roads to sites will have tree roots that push up blacktop, very hard to drive over. Sites are gravel and range from from level to some what level. Lots of trees in park under. Number of good sites on lake. Area T has. three rings of roads. Trees are very close to road in this loop. Very hard to drive in this loop. If you have a motorhome you may wish to use area C1 or C3. No noise in park. Golden Age Passport is good for $6.00 per day off price. Lots of speed bumps in park. Bath houses were all new that I looked at. You can swim or fish in lake. Park sits on 300 miles of undeveloped shoreline. Very nice place to visit.
04/2006
rating [ 9/10 ]
Park is very large and nice, all roads on top are blacktop with blacktop sites. This would be sites 1-22 and sites 29-46. Sites 47-63 and 23-28 are gravel, also roads on same sites are gravel. Only couple blacktop sites are level. Some are very long and all blacktop sites are nice. Parks has number of sites in lower part on grass. Only problem if you have rain place would be a mess due to mud. Grass sites 222, blacktop 43, and gravel 25 for total of 290. On rates we paid $36.87 per night for 50 amps with blacktop site. Tax rates are, sales tax 9.25% and hotel tax 3% or $4.02 total per day. Equipment for kids to play on. Trees are great as are the views. Ranch has town of Hurricane Mills to tour with Loyetta's home, all very nice. Motor cross track in park and at times this may be problem due to noise in day time hours. Park was very quite at night. Anyone would be happy here. Cable TV and WiFi would be nice to have. Loyetta's sings here couple time a year, check her web site for dates.
03/2006
rating [ 10/10 ]
Roads in park are blacktop less one loop that is gravel. Sites are gravel and level. Sites on couple rows are back to back and very close. Roads could use work and have lots of bad places. Office and store were very good, staff was helpful. Equipment for kids to play on. Park is two miles from Grand Old Opry. Lots of good places to eat very close by. Only problem we found was lots of noise from bus company next door. You have diesel buses running all night at repair shop. Some noise off road in front of office.
04/2006
rating [ 8/10 ]
Roads inside RV park are blacktop, some parts could use work due to pot holes. Sites range from blacktop to gravel and more or less level. Lake is large at 45,000 acres, equipment for kids to play on, min-golf, large pool, tennis, lots of trees, boat marina, fishing, boat ramp, and park was clean. Staff was nice at check in. Very nice place to spend some time. No noise in park. Park has great cabins to rent if you need them. Rating would be a 9 if pot holes were fixed.
04/2006
rating [ 8/10 ]
Roads around lake are blacktop with gravel sites. Roads off lake are gravel with gravel sites. Sites were more or less level. Lots of trees in park with very large 9000 acres lake to swim or fish in. Play ground equipment for kids. Late check in office. Cell phones may not work here. Park is very large. If you wish to ride an old train "Sam Short Line" runs into park. Lots of old WWII equipment and museum on display near office. No noise in park.
04/2006
rating [ 8/10 ]
This is a very large park at 2340 acres on top of a mountain east of Huntsville. Roads are blacktop with gravel sites. Sites are very nice and close to level. Lots of trees, sat. TV systems will not work here. At check in parking lot is a little small for large motorhomes. Park has nice cabins to rent. Park is noise free, very nice.
08/2005
rating [ 8/10 ]
Nice park to spend the night. All sites are dirt. You can see some gravel from the past or years ago. All roads are blacktop and free of pot holes. Sites are level and have space around them. Very nice modem room with two large desks. One desk has high speed service and other a 56KB land line. No road noise, lake next to park with ducks. Cable TV has a lot of channels to look at. Number of old units in one end of park, need some work. Over night people stay near office in other end of park.
08/2005
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very nice place to camp. Roads and sites are all blacktop, no pot holes. Sites are level with steel table with a fire ring. 106 sites for RV units with 50 amps, water, & sewer. Also has 47 sites for tents near RV sites. Lake & Salt Springs inside park, water is 72 degrees year around in springs. Staff was nice nice at check in and campground is locked up at night. No noise from road or anyplace. Salt Springs is a very large place to swim in. Lots of very large trees in park. On weekends you will have a full house in park. Great place to fish. Golden Age rates are half price. Cell phone service is poor at best.
08/2005
rating [ 8/10 ]
Very nice and large park. Roads are blacktop and sites are more or less dirt. In the past some gravel was in sites. Trees are old and very heavy, a satellite dish will not work here. If you love to camp in the woods this is the place to be. Swimming pool was very nice. Great place to tour Savannah from park. At night you will see deer walking around inside park.
08/2005
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very nice place to spent some time. All sites are cement and level. Roads are blacktop and free of pot holes. Staff was very nice at check in. Park is back on passport system. Lots of very nice rigs use this park. Park is close to sea but no sand in park to track in, all grass. No problem with kids running around in golf carts. Cable TV lineup was great. Next door to Barefoot Landing with lots of fun things to do and great places to eat.
08/2005
rating [ 7/10 ]
Number of sites on top of hill in full sun, the rest are inside trees with gravel roads and level sites. Office is a house near hwy. You have no place to park as you drive in; it would be nice to have a place to park rig. Park is free of noise day and night. No pot holes in roads but a couple of sites did need a little work due to wash out of gravel. Not a lot to do here but that is always a good thing. Water was very cold and very good to drink. Staff was very nice. Number of places to visit near by.
04/2005
rating [ 9/10 ]
Very nice place to stay. Roads and sites are blacktop, level, cement patio, no dust on northside of park. Lot of sites are on the 17 acre lake, lake has three springs to supply water. Some sites are a little close together. Low road noise (I-295) if sites are on northside of lake. Sites on southside are gravel and roads are dirt, also very close to I-295. Roads and site will have a upgrade very soon to blacktop. Gate is locked at 11:00 pm each night. You have a golf driving range into lake, two white sandy beachs, nature walk, fishing in lake, swimming in lake or pool, horseshoes, basket ball, shaded picinc tables on lake. Wal-Mart, Home Depot, and shopping center very close by. Park also has Oasis Restaurant on lake. No more Passport rates. Park was full of happy RV people. I would have said park was a 10 but sites on southside need some work yet. Very nice place!
03/2005
rating [ 9/10 ]
Lot of nice work done to this park over the past years. All roads are now new blacktop, speed humps are now lower, lot of sites have been reworked and 50 amps. added in. WiFi is $4.00 per 24 hours and very good sig. in park. Most sites are level, no dust, low noise from Hwy. near by. Kids have equipment to play on. Good size fishing pool open to all RV people. Nice place to visit Charleston from. Trees are great! Some noise from train at times.
02/2005
rating [ 9/10 ]
This park is new , clean, and a nice place to spend some time. Roads are blacktop and sites are cement. Full hookup's cable TV and phone service. Site is next to a Love's truck fuel center and I-10 so you have some road noise. Staff was nice at check in.
02/2005
rating [ 8/10 ]
Nice state park. Roads and sites are blacktop. Great view of Tchefuncte River from some sites. Playground equipment for kids, fishing from pier in park, lot of large shade trees to park under. 14 day max stay and half price on Golden Age Card. Number of good restaurants close by.
02/2005
rating [ 9/10 ]
Park is on banks of Mississippi river, great view. Park is new and very clean. Roads are gravel and most sites are cement. Playground equipment for kids, nice pool, and day room. Sites are on 45 deg. to road. Staff was nice at check in. Cable TV on south end of park only. Natchez, MS across the river. Shade trees, not a lot to park under. Park is out of passport system at this time.
02/2005
rating [ 10/10 ]
Very nice park. All sites and roads are cement, sites are level. Sites are on a 45 deg. to road and roads have wide turns. Nice pool and playground equipment. Everything is very clean. 30/50 amps power on all sites. Half price with "passport" for five days per each month. Super Wal-Mart very close for supplies. Staff was very nice and helped with all our needs. WiFi worked very well, two systems in park to cover the place.
01/2005
rating [ 9/10 ]
Sites are very nice, lot of space around all sites, roads and sites are blacktop. Roads can take a large unit with no problems. All sites are in the swamp, winter no problem with mosquitos, in warm weather you will have a problem. Some road noise from Hwy 90 Bus. Playground equipment for kids. Nice wave pool. Park was full and you may need a reservation to get in. 14 day max stay. About 10 miles to free ferry that will take you to New Orleans.
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