First pay attention to reviews even if they are old. Negative: Tight roads, small spots. We have a 38 ft 5th wheel and we had to parallel park into a spot. The spot is mostly sand. Its mostly permanent and seasonal people. 95% of the units are run down and old. Basely a dump. We would have left but it took so long to pull into the spot that we said- OK we're here. Also, we couldn't find a campground with availability. Dogs over 25 lb are suppose to be muzzled. But, I have seen dogs that aren't leashed. My two dogs are over 25 lbs but we are close enough to the exit to just walk them on the road to the park across the street. Positive: Quiet, has a patio with a table. NO WAY WOULD I COME BACK. NOT BIG RIG FRIENDLY.
Rate reflects RPI. Very crowded (but it is Fl in Feb). Sites are close together and narrow. We get the smell of sewage every once in while. Also, close to the HWY- so you do hear the highway noise, but not enough to keep you awake or wake you up. Only one dumpster and no garage pick up. So, that's a little inconvenience. Lots of permanent residence here and of course seasonal. There is a restaurant on the campground, but its not open all the time. They have all you can eat 3x a week for $10 a person. It is open to the public. So, I'm sure it will get crazy when that happens. There are community activities, but we are only in our late 50's. Majority of people here are in their 70's. There are some families and younger people. You have to pay for wi-fi- but its free by the community room. No cable unless you stay for long term. Its too expensive to do so, if you are only staying short term. So, we put up our antennae and got broadcast TV from Orlando- major networks- which is fine. It is convenient to many locations- Disney (45 min) and Universal (20). We are here for 2 weeks because of the location. If we come back to the area, I don't think we'd stay in this campground.
Rate reflects, RPI discount. First the positives. Beautiful entrance into the campground with the trees hanging over the road with the moss. Very clean campground with loads of community activities. Very convenient location to Daytona, St Augustine and the parks. Roads were paved and just wide enough. The sites were grassy with sand (but we are in Fl). Love the dog run The negatives. The entrance is a little narrow if there were two rv coming in. The wi-fi was only available from hot stops at the office and community house. We were lucky, we were close to the community house and used our booster and were able to get internet (slow though). Not enough dumpsters. Only one at the community house and one near the back of the campground. They need another closer to the front (even though, we were close to the community house- we saw the need for that). Some people let their dogs run off the leases. Our dogs got into with another dog. Luckily none of them were hurt. I would stay there again if in the area.
This was a very nice park. It's pretty much right off I-95, so its very convenient when passing through. The spots were very long and had space between our neighbors. Free breakfast every morning is a nice plus. Very nice people there. Would go back. I think I would even use it for more than passing through.
Its funny what they call an Resort. It really isn't one, one real amenities to speak of. The sites are long, but they are actually two together. They are narrow, but we don't have neighbors right next to us. Mostly seasonal or permanent residents here. Friendly enough. Not many amenities here. There is a pool (closed now) and an exercise room (we can't find it). The bathrooms and laundry are cleaned daily. The sites are gravel. There are some that have concrete pads- but I think it would be hard to level on those sites since they are on slopes. The campground is well maintained. But, it does look "old". It is pretty with the oak trees and the Spanish moss hanging from them. There is a creek that leads to the river. You can fish from the pier or put in a canoe, boat or kayak. Its a good location for Savannah, Hilton Head and Tybee Island. Not sure if I'd come back. I might check out the other campgrounds around first.
Huge campground. There are two other campgrounds as neighbors. There weren't many people there. The ones that were are either permanent or seasonal. We came in an off period. The town was "closed" until spring- so many signs saying "see you in the spring". The campground is a Christian campground. But, they don't hit you over the head with religion. They have community activities like spaghetti dinner, ice cream social. They spread out the people who were there. We were steps from the ocean. The sites were long, but I could imagine in season, you'd be right next to your neighbor. I would go back, maybe in the spring but before the crowds.