This is a very unique place to camp - just newly opened to RV's in Nov 2013. Drive in via Griffin Avenue not Marion County Road. Staff are excellent. It is an Equestrian RV resort. Beautiful vistas of rolling pasture and horse paddocks. It is designed for horse enthusiasts but all are welcome. Tranquil. Huge camp sites. Long pull thrus. Cement patio and pad. Paved roads. Easy in and out. Bistro on site. Cowboy church on site. Horse Museum and Arena. This will be a 10. Couldn't give it a 10 since there is only 1 washroom/shower available at this time. No Cable. No pool. No children's playground or pet fenced area.
This is the only place you want to stay in Cedar Key. By far the best. Its a great spot. Easy in and out and nice big flat sites with cement pads. Definitely need to get your groceries before you come as the shopping is limited. Lots of little restaurants and bars in Cedar Key - Go to Tony's for the very best clam chowder we have ever had. Our rate was an average of the week + 1 night at 1/2 price for Passport America. Enjoyable off the beaten path place. Very peaceful and quiet.
Close to visit Savannah without having to go through the city traffic to get there. Long level sites, easy in and out. Noisy traffic coming in and out of the park as the long term residents are in the back of the park and need to get through the transient section to reach their area. Sites are dirt, so it is dusty. Shady sites so you will not get a signal with your dish however they provide cable, so it did not matter to us. Wi-Fi is sketchy, had to walk to office area to get close to the tower but it was still not so great. There was a pancake breakfast all weekend which was included in your price. We thought this was a nice benefit. We stayed a week to see the sites. They do have a tour package that picks you up if you do not want to drive to town, which is good if you do not have a small vehicle to take into town.
Stayed 1 week to visit Jekyll Island, St. Simon Island, both of which are in very close proximity, about 10 miles away. Beautiful long level clean landscaped sites. Every site is the same. Streets have ample room for in and out. Quiet and not very busyt. Little bit of noise from I-95 a mile away, but not too bad. WI-FI was bad, but they said they were fixing it. New showers and toilets, but they need a bit of cleaning in the grout. Otherwise they would be perfect. Nice clean laundry. 2 sets of showers/toilets/laundries. Nice rec building. Outdoor pavilion with wood burning fireplace which was a pretty neat feature. We had lots of room on the site for our motorhome and toad. Didn't need to level anything during setup; it was perfect.
Nice tree covered park. We had a long pull through, hard packed gravel and very level. Outside area was grass covered but had a lot of sharp needle type twigs in it; we raked them up and that was easily solved. Washrooms and showers were nice and clean, many available. Good location to visit Riverwalk. Took the city bus for $1.10 each way - safe day and night. Had an outdoor breakfast on the weekend(minimal cost) nice idea and good food too. This park is too far from Hill country area if you want to do things north of San Antonio. Takes an hour to get out of San Antonio. Behind campground there is a paved bike/walking path for a couple of miles.
Stayed here as a stop heading west. Super clean with large easy in and out - All pull throughs. Clubhouse gives you breakfast included. We had to stay an extra night due to bad weather and office was very accommodating. Sites are concrete and level and long. Easy off the interstate to get to. Washrooms and showers very clean.
We stayed here to visit downtown, but the shuttle was not running - call before you go if you want this. New ownership. We did rent a car from ECar who came to the campground and picked us up. We took the rental downtown to the French Quarter for the day. Be Careful, walk where the tourists are, not alone. Washrooms were very musty and damp. Site was long enough for our pull through requirement of 56 ft without unhooking. Easy in and out. Gravel site. Grounds are very worn and tired. Being 30 miles from downtown and still suffering from Katrina.
The Big Live Oak trees are beautiful. Very shady, you would have trouble if you want to use Satellite. Only 1 washroom with shower: men and women for the whole campground. Clean but tired. Site was long enough and level for our MH plus toad without having to unhook. We stayed here to be in Tallahassee for a few days, seemed like the better choice around. It is OK for an overnighter. Friendly staff. Quite a few campers living here. We stayed here 3 nights.
Nice location to the beach and shopping and area. Very large, easy pull through sites. Very safe feeling. Too bad about the forest fire, over 1000 acres ravished, so not as scenic as it was. Availability is very flexible, if you want to stay longer just tell them by 11 that day. Also, they do monthly stays, which is great for a State Park. Reasonable price. Facilities are newer and clean. Huge laundry area. Friendly campers, many long term snowbirds. We stayed 9 nights. Gulf Shores Alabama is a real nice area. Lots of shopping, restaurants, golf. Activities such as exercise, horseshoes, bicycle club. Wi-Fi very poor, but not even expected at a State Park, so can't really complain.
It is definitely a 10+ park, the only reason I can give it a 9 is for location. If it was on the water/beach area it would be out of this world. Sites are wide and manicured. The clubhouse is out of this world! Theatre seats in the 10' projection screen area for movie night! Amazing. Everything you can imagine and well done too. Friendly staff and lots of activity nights.
Super clean park. All sites are nicely landscaped, cement, and wide. Paved streets. Nice clubhouse, pool table, TV, full kitchen. Bathrooms/showers very clean. Extremely quiet. Exceptional location across the road from beach, road is not busy to cross at any time. Staff are friendly and helpful and there is a small community garden - such a nice treat! Access for big rig is tight on the corners. Proceed slowly and safer in the daylight. Our lot was huge and flat,you need to choose carefully some are slanted up to 10 inches of fall. We stayed in a 40' motorhome + 12 ' cargo trailer, they were very accommodating in putting our trailer on a parking spot close to our motorhome.
We stayed here for a week and it is an exceptional clean and perfect campground. Right on the beach. Staff are excellent. Washrooms and showers are big and clean and real nice - showers are great. Very easy in and out for 40' + 16' trailer without having to unhook. Grocery within walking distance. Hwy 98 is busy but very quiet at night we never heard any traffic. We camped here to ride our motorcycle on the Gulf Seashore roads, great location.
This park is away from the downtown but has a shuttle to take you to anything you want (cost extra but affordable). This is a quiet park compared to the ones tight into the city, although you do get some road noise from nearby I-65. The Wi-Fi connection never did work although I was able to connect if I went into the office on their modem access. Overall quite enjoyable. We had a pull through 40' with 16' trailer and had no problem with our site. Staff helpful and friendly. Would stay here again when visiting Nashville.