This is an old campground, more like a fishing camp, but we liked it. It has a very relaxing atmosphere. Everyone was very friendly. We had a beautiful view of Parkers Creek and watched some boaters fishing in the creek. We only stayed one night, but I took a walk and checked out the bathroom/shower rooms and the laundry. Both were large, well-lighted and clean. The laundry had 4 washers ($1.50) and 4 dryers ($1.25). There were also an large capacity washer ($3) and a large capacity dryer, but the dryer was out of order. The small pool was full of green water and leaves, but it looks like it is well-maintained during the summer. The sites are shaded and have a cement patio. You park on a cement pad. The cement on some of the pads were severely broken. The only other problem with this campground is that it is right next to the highway and the traffic noise can be bothersome. We would stay here again.
The price reflects the monthly rate. This is a beautiful campground. Lots to do, both at the campground and in the area. There are pot luck dinners, campfires on the beach, watercolor classes, and water aerobics in the indoor pool. There are so many things going on it's hard to list all of them. And the beach: white sand, clear blue/green water, and beautiful sunsets. You wouldn't believe how nice the bathroom/showers and laundry are. I expected the laundry to be expensive, but was pleasantly surprised to find the regular-size washers are only $1.50, the extra large washers are $4, and the dryers are 25¢ for 6 minutes. We made lots of friends here. This park is wonderful. There are sites of all sizes. Some are small, others large. Some are wide, others are narrow. Whatever size RV you have, there's a site for it at this campground. Did I say campground? This is a resort. The only negative is that it’s hard to get out of this campground because to go west on Rt. 98 you have to cross several lanes of traffic. We would definitely return.
The rate cited reflects a monthly stay. This would be a great campground if the owners weren't so greedy. They seem to have crammed as many sites as they could into it. Section F is the worst. If you have your patio mat out and your neighbor extends their slideout, they are just about touching. The roads throughout the campground are narrow. In Section F, the sites along the water are parallel to the road. The combination of the narrow roads, narrow sites, and the parallel sites causes a major problem when trying to back into your site. The parallel sites are also close together. Some have only a foot or two between the back of one RV and the front of another, so it's difficult for the owners of those RVs to walk around them. The main reason most people come to this park is to be close to the water, but access to the water is completely blocked in Section F unless you're in one of the parallel sites described above. Most of the sites in this campground are taken by permanent or seasonal residents. Another problem throughout the campground is drainage. When it rains, large puddles form and even after several days the ground is wet. I've seen several RVs get stuck in the mud. This could be alleviated if the owners would only fill in the low spots. The one good thing about this campground is the clubhouse complex which consists of a hall, the bath/shower rooms, and the laundry. The bath/showers and the laundry are very clean. The laundry has three regular washers ($1.75), several larger washers ($2) and two very large capacity washers ($4). The dryers are all large capacity (25¢ for 7 minutes). This area of Florida is wonderful. Lots to do here including swimming with the manatees. We will probably return to this area, but definitely not to this campground.
I like this campground. The rate reflects a Passport America discount. We were greeted by Benji the dog, then his owner, and a staff member. We registered for the night. Very pleasant people. We were led to our site in a golf cart. The site is just long enough for our 36' RV and tow vehicle. It is so level that all we had to do was put the levels down far enough to touch the ground. The fire pits are made of rock instead of the usual metal ones. There are four donkeys in a corral. They're cute and will come over so you can pet them, but they actually only want you to feed them. We would definitely return.
We loved this campground. Easy access from I-95. The people are wonderful. The campground is only a year old. They aren't completely done with it, but what there is is great. The sites are large. We needed to use blocks but once the front of the coach was up on the blocks, we leveled it in just a couple of minutes. My husband says that if we had pulled back a little further, we probably wouldn't have needed the blocks. There are only two washers ($1.25) and two dryers (25¢ for 10 minutes), but there are connections for two more so I'm sure they will be added soon. There's a very nice pool, and a table, and fire ring at each campsite. The campground is right on the banks of Lake Jasper, and there's a walking trail that leads into Lake Jasper State Park. The campground is about 20 miles from Savannah and 22 miles from Hilton Head Island, so there are lots of things to do there. If we're ever in this area again, this will be our first choice of places to stay.
We liked the fact that it's right off of I-95. Good for an overnighter.
There are a lot of seasonal people who return every year for some reason. We wouldn't stay here again unless we had to. It's laid out very strangely, and the roads are very narrow. Getting into the campground isn't a problem, but getting out may prove difficult. The exit roads are not marked at all, and RVs are parked on them so you have to find another way out.
This is a very nice campground, but it is overpriced. Since it is the only campground on either side of the river that is open in the winter, they can charge whatever they like. It is clean and well kept. The sites are close together, but we didn't sit outside very much because it was cold. The laundry is clean and has 3 washers, 3 dryers. Washers cost $1.75 (heavy duty $2). Dryers cost 25¢ for 5 minutes ($1 minimum). We were in the back, across from the pond. There are very friendly ducks that will eat right out of your hand and a goose with a broken wing who will eat the bread you toss to her. You're allowed to fish in the pond - catch and release. We probably won't stay here again because of the price.