A very nice park set up on a “mountain” top in a beautiful forest. Our packed gravel back-in site was mostly level and was a full hook-up. The utility hook-ups are strangely located and everyone should bring extra water hose, extra sewer hose and a power cord extension. Pre-registration online is advisable because the web site includes a good description of each site and helps in picking out a level site with utilities that are reasonably close-by. There is a nice slate of planned activities every day at this park. Most are either free or very low cost. The cave tours are definitely worth doing. There was no CATV and WiFi is available only by driving to the lodge.
The park is new, clean and in good repair. It is in a very rural location with a view of hilly pasture land. A pond/lake with a tiny island and a flock of geese is on one side of the park. A nice large clean pool with a small twisting water slide was next to the office. The packed gravel sites were a mix of back-in and pull-throughs. Many sites were not very level and also not packed nearly as hard as they should have been. The sites that appeared most level and hard packed were on the right side of the hill top as viewed from the office. On Saturday night a live band set up in the park pavilion and played very loudly until well after 10 PM. There is no shade in the park, although this was not a problem for us as the weather was mild. There was no CATV but the free Wi-Fi worked well. This park offers good access to the Lexington area and I recommend it, but only if you select a site on the hill away from the pond and the pavilion.
I have to add my two cents worth about this nice campground. The water view is great. We had a sweeping view of water, small islands, water birds and the occasional fish jumping, all right out the front window of our motorhome. The resort Tiki bar and the pier are both good places to watch the sunsets. A community gas grill is available to grill a steak or maybe your catch of the day, and plenty of chairs and even a hammock are available for relaxing. The managers are friendly and personable. This is a great place to relax, maybe do some fishing and a little sightseeing. It is not for people that have to have a pool and organized activities. The highway is very close by but we were not bothered by noise and there is very little traffic at night. The campground is very small so be sure and make a reservation and don't miss it. We give it two thumbs up!
The park is very close to I-95 but the road noise is not bad. The park is nearly filled with a mix of long-term residents and snowbirds. The park is mostly quiet with very little going on despite having many people in residence. The affiliated St. Johns Flea Market is adjacent to the park. The park is best described as utilitarian but acceptable. The office staff was friendly and the cable TV and Wi-Fi worked well at our site.
The park is under new ownership and has been totally rehabilitated. All roads and sites are paved. You would expect a Florida beach-side campground to have level sites, but probably at least 2/3 of the sites here have some slope. The landscaping is nice and new. A new clubhouse and pool facilities were recently completed as well as a large covered deck area, small playground and an enclosed dog exercise area. The staff is very friendly. Park maintenance is good. A nice Gulf of Mexico white sand beach is across the road from the RV park. Beach admission is free. There is no real shade in the park and there is some road noise during the day and early evening.
The park offers flat pull-through sites with plenty of shade trees. The staff was friendly and helpful. Pizza is available in the office. A short nature trail leads to a nice pond in the surrounding forest. Complimentary miniature golf is available. Park access is easy and noise is not a problem. Some park maintenance is very overdue, and the pool (closed "indefinitely") is a mess, but I would stay overnight here again. Our rate was the Passport America rate including an extra charge for cable TV.
There is a steep hill at the entrance, but we had no problem going up in our gas powered motorhome. The campground is mostly treeless but it was cool and breezy during our visit. The sites are packed gravel and fairly level and most have a nice view of meadow and hills. The staff was friendly and everything appeared clean. Most of the campers seemed to be seasonal seniors and all of the units were kept neat. A few overnight campers, some with children, passed through while we were here. It was a quiet campground with almost no road noise. If you enjoy the mountains and mountain music there is a lot to enjoy in the area. Access from I-77 is easy. We will probably return in the future.