Went here because we thought it had a pool after reading reviews. There is no pool. The map shows swimming in the pond...if you dare. There is no Wi-Fi except in the office. However, feeding the fish was fun for all. Watching the bees in the tree beside our hookups was a little anxiety boosting. Sites were tight for 40 footers and slightly unlevel. Walked to Waffle House for breakfast. Been there, won't be back.
This campground is 2 years old. The sites are huge, long, and all pull-throughs. Utilities were fine, Wi-Fi worked good, and the pool was clean and covered with a screen. Owners are ready to help with anything and invited us to a hot dog and marshmallow roast. Cedar Key is 30 minutes away and a fun place to visit. The only drawback is the dusty road base inside the park but there was little traffic while we were here.
Owners lean over backward to accommodate campers. Our site was long and spacious. There were many trees to provide shade and the honeysuckle smelled delightful. Although the pool was not yet open, it looked clean and inviting. Laundry was adequate. Owners are working hard to upgrade and maintain a quality camp. Nearby Prattville is unique and has lots to explore. We stayed an extra night to eat at Uncle Mick's and explore town.
We were pleasantly surprised to visit this campground. The office staff was very friendly and helpful. The park was quiet and lovely. We had to add blocks to get level, but the setting made up for the inconvenience. We decided to stay another night and enjoy the West Bend activities.
Off-season and no kids made this campground a little sad. Not being able to get back in the campground after leaving for sightseeing was even sadder. No pool, very limited office service at this time of year. But the price was right for a one-night visit.
Very well maintained campground, nice grass and landscaping. I felt $44 was a little steep for off season particularly when heated pools are advertised and both pools were closed. However, the Wi-Fi was free.
We planned a great week on the Frio with 18 other friends. Some camped in cabins and some at other RV parks. Unfortunately, when we wanted to get together at this campground or have others just pick us up for activities, Parkview insisted we pay $5.00 per car coming in and $3 per person. One friend paid $11 (overcharged) to come visit us for 30 minutes, others paid the $11 per couple to visit a couple of hours at the motorhome. We paid $18 for 6 people to come eat with us, but others were so disgusted by this time they didn't come. The staff were abrupt, rude, and very uncaring about our dilemma. Add in that the cable only gave us 5 channels, the internet was down for 2 days plus the $41 per day and this was a very expensive place to stay. We won't stay again.
After seeing all the other choices of campgrounds in the area, we could have kicked ourselves for staying here. There was no shade and the advertised heated pool was not. This resort was overpriced for the amenities available. We will camp closer to Zion next time.
Park was nicer than it looked. The lower part of the park was apparently permanent residents and rather shabby. The sites were wide, many shaded, and plenty of room to park your dinghy. The enclosed pool really was heated and the hot tub was working. Staff was not very energetic, but let us move our site to be more level.
This campground advertised heated pool, hot tub, and pull through sites. The pool was not heated, the tub was not hot, and the sites were mostly taken by permanent residents and not for big rigs. The low hanging trees in the tight turns scratched our rig up while we searched for a space, and the "gravel" road was so dusty you couldn't sit out and enjoy the evening even if you could have sat on the warped, weathered picnic tables. Way too pricey for what we got.