This is a very clean park. The grounds are large but the sites are poorly laid out and very tight. They have pull through sites but if you have a neighbor you cannot pull through any more. They gave us a site next to a pull through with someone that had not unhooked his car and it was parked in the middle of our site. That is how they assign sites. We refused and got something slightly better. They have back to back sites with newer concrete pads but only 30 amps and water. It seems like they built a huge store, so they can extract more money out of you instead of making the RV sites optimal. (Wal-mart is across the street) No cable TV and a charge for WiFi. We got a 20% discount for military appreciation weekend , otherwise we would have paid $50. To much. We had to be in this area, and this park seems to be the only one here.
This is one of the better maintained memberships parks we have visited. This is a very nice resort. They have it all, indoor, outdoor pools, tennis courts, basketball court, huge clubhouse with daily activities, cabins, etc.. The location is remote but on the lake with boat docks, ramp and fishing piers. Sites are mostly grass, with a concrete patio and 30 Amps, some 50 Amps. We stayed here for a week and would stay here again if in the area.
This place is only one year old. The very friendly owner welcomed us. We just needed an overnight stay for our trip south. The sites are all full hookup and pull through. Although we own a 50 Amp motorhome we were allowed to plug into 30 Amp and did not have to pay the extra $5 since we did not need the 50 Amp. Wi-Fi is superb. We would come back. Our rate was Passport America.
This is one of our favorite parks. Have been here a number of times. Spent a month during the winter, and another 2 weeks during spring break. As snowbirds, we saw many happy families with their kids during spring vacation. The park is very well kept and friendly. They have a nice small beach on the sound, and just a few miles away is the Gulf with white sand beaches, part of the National Seashore. We will be back soon.
We have used this park for several years to visit family. We have always enjoyed it a lot. The sites are all full hook ups with 50 amps. Seems like they are making improvements all the time. There are a lot of trees but the sites are still spacious. This county park is part of a recreational complex near the river: has a golf course, biking trail and an olympic sized pool. There is no Wi-Fi or cable TV. We got the senior rate. We will visit again.
We stayed here about 3 years ago under Passport America and had a pleasant experience. The park is conveniently located to interstate 65. We decided to use it again. I was surprised that they do not accept Passport on the weekends anymore. This was made very clear by the lady in the office when she pulled out her guide from under the counter with it opened to the highlighted page. I have a 2009 version which does not mention this. She did not indicate that the rules had changed; instead she told me that I had misread the book. Later she acknowledged that they had recently changed the rules. The sites are very long, but narrow. For example, the fire pit of our neighbor is under our slide. The roads are all dirt and dusty. This was made worse when the park decided to cut the sparse grass next to our site to spruce it up for an expected arrival. Dust was flying all over our coach, but they indicated that they did not care, and no RV washing allowed even thought they were the ones getting the coach dirty. We could not check out the washrooms as they were locked. We were not offered a key. We will be back in the area within a couple weeks but will not stay here again. We would not describe this as a friendly park. We are full timers and on the road almost 4 years.