We are here for a month. This is one of the oldest RV parks in the area, so it's small, with a number of permanent residents, but it is well cared for and the least expensive parks we have stayed at. Each site has cable TV and there is free Wi-Fi in the clubhouse which works very well. There is Wi-Fi available throughout the park from a outside vendor for a separate fee ($20) and it is fast and dependable. Taylor Oaks is about 5 short blocks from the bay and there is a free fishing pier close by. We would stay here again.
The other reviews of this park were spot on. I used the Good Sam s book to find a park in this area and I called about a completely different park that was $9 cheaper per day but the reservations were for this park which was nearly 40 additional miles away. When we arrived at the park that I had first called about it was after 5pm and of course there was no one to answer the phone, much less help to figure out that we had nearly forty more miles to drive after dark. When we did arrive at this park we found it to be very poorly lite and not well marked plus the roads are very narrow without many markings which let us get headed into our area going the wrong way. While getting turned around we managed to damage our motorhome due to the tight turns and dark and narrow streets. We would not stay at this park again. I will pull into camp wally world before driving in the dark to a campground.
I stayed at this park for one month as I was killing time waiting for someone. This is a quiet park and I was at the very front where most overnight or short stay spots are. There are a lot of permanent residents, but they were located in the other sections of the park, with a different driveway so you don't see much of them. I would stay again.