A quiet and relaxing place, a good place to take a book to read down by the stream or beside the mill lake. I caught rainbow trout in the stream beside my campsite. They have a large community room with a great view of the old mill, the community room has a complete kitchen with refrigerator and freezer for campers' use. Restrooms were all clean. Managers were very friendly and went out of their way, even setting up an awning for outdoor cooking in the rain. Call for best route to camp if pulling a large trailer.
The good: The site was beautifully landscaped, level, clean, and huge! Restroom and showers were always clean and convenient and the keyed access at night was appreciated too. Security was excellent. Convenience stores, heated pool, jacuzzi and campground transportation and entertainment programs were all first rate. The bad: The drive-thru check in is supposed to be a positive but it'd be less stressful to park and walk in. Narrow one-way streets meant you have to wait if someone is trying to back into their site and backing in can take awhile because, as I already said, the roads were narrow. Once on the site we were golden, though. And the ugly: Lack of Wi-Fi is inexcusable especially since Disney uses the internet for many park programs like their photo pass system. And finally - we were really glad we bought bicycles to get around because the campsite is huge and they have nice bike paths. But if you bring bikes don't forget lights for riding home at night!
Nice, clean and well-run KOA. Easy access from the freeway. Sites were large and level. A bulletin board at the office announced activities apparently organized by some of the longer term campers (group walks and exercise classes). Shower rooms were clean but a motion activated timer on the light switch would turn off the lights midway through our showers if no one else was in the room.
I don't know the exact count, but the campground appears to have more space than the site number listed on this page. The longer term campers are nicely separated from the short term campers. Gravel pads but level, easy access into the sites and adequate room between sites. You can hear freight trains somewhere in the distance at night; otherwise it's a pretty quiet campsite. We would stay here again.
Really a small, compact campground and the sites were close together but easy to get into the site. Shower rooms were very clean. Close to beaches and the lighthouse and one of the St. Augustine trolley tour companies will pick up and drop off at the campground. We would stay here again.
Beautiful location and site. Lots of snowbirds and long term residents but where we stayed, everyone was friendly and the camp was quiet. The interior road to our campsite had two places where overhanging tree branches were so low, I drove off the road to avoid hitting them. But the main reason I rated the camp so low was the shower and washroom. It was clean but so old and run-down that it needs to be bulldozed and rebuilt. No privacy in the shower area just an open dressing area and not even curtains across the shower stalls. No doors on the toilet stalls. I would not stay here again.
We were very pleased. Wide sites, easy pull-through, level gravel pad with concrete 'porch' site with picnic table. All utilities worked. Clean pool and shower area, which we used. Laundry also looked clean but we didn't use it. Quiet and clean campground, really nothing to complain about. Only 8 miles to downtown and the Tennessee Aquarium and the Art District. We walked over to tour the cave next door which was a nice side-trip that we didn't even have to drive to.
Well kept park, very helpful staff. Showers and bathrooms were modern and clean. There are two nearby RV maintenance companies and some campers were staying in this park while waiting for repair appointments. Level sites (everything in this part of Texas is level!) with adequate room between neighbors.
Quiet, very clean and well kept park with the majority of the sites around a large lake. The showers and bath room were clean but basic, really little more than a shower and dressing room for the swimming pool. Very friendly staff that tried their best to help us with a problem with our camper.
This appears to be primarily a long-term residence park with a few pull-through slots reserved for overnight or short term campers. The gravel pads are level, and there is lots of room between sites; it is not cramped at all. We did not use the shower room, but all utilities worked well, and the park is very easy to access from the Interstate. The park is clean and quiet. Wi-fi access is available for a fee from an outside vendor.
This is just a place to park with electric, water and sewer hookups. Since we were visiting family in the area that's all we needed. But be aware there are no picnic tables, no shade, no showers, no separation between short term users and long term residents, and no security. It is convenient to Richmond and I-95.
The camp borders I-95, some sites are next to the freeway and will be noisy. If you don't need satellite TV, the back part of the camp is shady and much quieter than the more open sites beside the lake and near the Interstate. It features level sites with adequate room for our slide-outs. Cable reception was good. We did not use the WiFi. The shower areas were clean and warm but need updating. We would stay here again.
Price was for a full week with 2 nights of the 7 free. Pull-through sites were narrow but acceptable. Nice location close to Savannah: the trolley tour of Savannah will pick-up from the campground. Campground staff was very helpful and friendly. I thought it was quiet, with road noise minimal and trains at night actually kind of nice to hear. Campground was well kept and clean, shower area was very, very clean. Wi-Fi was spotty each day from 4-6, otherwise no problem. Nice restaurants nearby. Would stay here again.