Lots of permanent RVs in the RV section. The mobile home section was separate. The pool was great, however, no floats allowed. The resort was clean and the bathrooms were good. We would stay again - however, bring a screen house as the no-see-ums are brutal!
The park was great for an overnight. It was easy access from I-95. The hookups were a little bit of a pain as the water was not set in the area you would expect. The sites were level. The pool was great and the bath houses were the best we had seen. The only "drawback" was the alcohol policy - we enjoy a cocktail when we get set up and the pool would have been great to enjoy it in. However, policy here is "no alcohol" in site. Because of this, I wouldn't stay here long term, but we survived for an overnight.
The park looks great coming in, and that's where it stops. The site we initially pulled into (F8) had a power problem that my surge protector picked up. We then moved to F9. The rain started as we moved, and that site floods out. The cable was really Direct TV and as everyone knows, rain & satellite do not mix. The internet was also satellite. The bath houses were clean but smelled moldy. The shower I used had a door that would not properly close. Maintenance here does not seam to be a priority. Easy access from I-95.
This park was excellent other than the sites were very tight. The park is on the river with "waterfront" sites available. The pool was nice and the bath houses were top notch. The cable was good and power was good. Be carefull on the road in as it is very narrow.
We stayed at the Bluffs for 9 days. The sites were nice, but every site was dirt, and the roads get very dusty. Our site had just been graded before we got there,so by the time we left, we were fairly unlevel. The bath houses were very nice, but we were about a quarter mile from them, and we were close! 1pool was heated (83 degrees)and the other was a lap pool. The entire facility was on hills, so riding the bikes was challenging at best. The best part was no children!
The park was a nice park. However, that being said, the pull through sites were treated as an afterthought. The sites were a good walk from the bath houses and there were no trees; it was a field that was converted. The rest of the park was nice, made primarily for long termers. The pool was nice, but not heated. The cable was okay. This park is close to 95 as the eagle flies, but it is a drive through back country roads for the rest of us!
Stayed here for a quick overnight. Pull through was good, but too short. I had to disconnect to stay for the night. The bath houses were clean, but a little dated. The pool was nice, but small. When you have a KOA, shouldn't the pool be bigger? All hookups were good and cable had a lot of channels.
Park was clean and we used it for a quick overnight. The cable TV was good and the bath houses were clean, but dated. There is no pool as the ocean is about 3 miles away and the pull through sites were tight. The people were friendly.
This KOA is a smaller park, but one of the better parks in the Clewiston area. The drawback was we stayed here during "lovebug" season. The park was clean, pool was good, they sell propane, have a great pet park. We would stay there again.
Clean park, but very bright at night. All paved lots, which is nice, but the lots are big and all the utilities are at the very end. You will need at least 30' of sewer and water hoses. The trains run about 100' from the park: 6:30 am till 10:30 pm all weekend long. The bathhouses were clean and well taken care of.
This park is clean and friendly. However, this being said, the infrastructure is old and really starting to show it's age. The pool area needs a makeover, the bathrooms were clean, but old. The park is situated next to a mall area and the giant parking lot lights are on all night - not the parks fault, but be prepared to have a peaceful evening overwhelmed by the lights. We stayed in site #6 and we didn't need to use our outside lights. We had previously stayed on site #5 - it was better as there was a tree shading the camper from the lights. Port St. Lucie is a fun town, full of relocated New Englanders. We have and would stay there again. The price is a Passport America price.
Big, grassy sites were a plus. Ant infestations were a minus. All lots were lake front. We stayed in lot 111, a long walk to the nearest bath house. New Years eve party was okay. The new bar/restaurant just opened. Pahokee is a scary town: don't leave the park after dark. Not much to do: the pool was closed and we didn't have a boat. However, campfires were allowed and the whole experience there was relaxing. We would stay here again.
Gulf Air is a tight fit into just about any site. This park is about 1/2 park models and the rest extremely tight lots. We couldn't get our 31' travel trailer into the lot assigned, as there was no way to back it in with only a 9' wide road. Once we got into a spot, the cable TV was okay, water pressure good, power good, bath houses and pool fine. The mosquitoes were absolutely terrible once the sun went down. We stayed inside at night. On Sunday my wife wanted to get into the lounge to use the wireless in AC: the lounge was locked! We would not stay here again.
Nice grassy sites - just be sure to bring the ant spray! The "new" restaurant is nice, but the service leaves something to be desired. We went to a New Years eve party there - the drink prices changed every drink and the waitress "forgot" to bring back my change. If reserving a site past the cabins, bring a bike as the bath house and pool is a mile away. Don't let the run down campers near the office scare you - these are the permanent residents and they pretty much leave you alone. Bring everything you'll want as the town is run down and you need to travel 10 miles to the next nearest town. Overall a nice place - every site is waterfront and there is a large marina. Each site has it's own firering, so bring wood or you'll pay $10 for a small bag in the office.