This is a pretty park with extremely nice staff/owners. All gravel pull through sites, some with beautiful tree cover. Some sites have water access that crosses the adjacent site. Fairly easy to drive through, into and out of. Do not, however, follow your GPS to this park. You will get lost (voice of experience speaking. We used apple maps and got lost the first try, then Google maps and got lost the second). To get to this park, get off of I-70 at exit 170 and turn north, taking an almost immediate left onto State Hwy TT before you get to the Sinclair station. The campground will be on your right as you drive down Hwy TT.
Beautiful campground with lots of big live oak trees (which would definitely hamper satellite antennae access). Super friendly staff. Pull-through sites. Driving through and parking not too difficult. Small pool. No dog run. Some interstate noise because it's close to the interstate.
Nicest bathrooms of any park, ever. Large area for dog walk, but it is unfenced. Close to the interstate, so is noisy but has fairly easy access. All gravel sites with some pull-through. Hilly but pretty. Nice little playground for kids (although truthfully we have none, and I just used it for a pull-up bar). Great Mexican restaurant called "Three Amigos" just west on the same road in case you go looking for some good grub.
We stayed at this park because it is close to my childhood home and it allowed me to have easy access to family. We had to travel at the last minute and were able to follow the clear instructions to hook up at 1am. The biggest down side here, is that I think that they like to let the locals use the pool. So it is packed, especially on weekends and holidays.
We stayed in Ocala RV Camp Resort in January of 2013 and enjoyed ourselves thoroughly. Should we find ourselves back in Ocala, we will certainly stay here again. Of note here are a few things, including that they have a few sites that are super long and wide. The people next to us had a trailer behind their motor home that was about 24 feet long, and they had plenty of room. The site was wide enough that they parked their car next to the RV and trailer. The down side to these long sites is that there is a fair amount of noise from a fenced area that I think must have a transformer behind it, because buzzed like crazy. Also, this resort is fairly close to the interstate too, so that creates a lot of noise. They do have a dog run too, although it is a little small.