Nice campground with new owners. According to the owner it has been a work in progress to upgrade this campground. The only drawback is that there are no sewer hookup in the grassy section. They pump you out without any problems. WI-Fi is spotty but does work OK. And by the way, there is a train track nearby as usual. We would stay here again.
We stayed here the entire month of January. People are very friendly and helpful. It's convenient to the Winn-Dixie and 2 drug stores. Key West is only 25 miles away. There are so many Key deer around, they are almost a nuisance. We enjoyed petting and feeding them. We had no problem parking our 40' rig on B-6. They have cable and Wi-Fi, and they both work great. The electric and cable is included in the price. We would stay here again.
Ditto the previous reviewer. This was the only place we could find on the way to the Keys. They are the highest priced CG that we have ever stayed in our 4 years of RV'ing. Of course we should have figured as much for KOA. With that price they don't have cable TV. I will not stay here again.
Our rate does not reflect the 10% GS discount. The previous reviewers used Passport to get the reduced rates of $15. Because of the heat, we decided to stay here to get the 50 amp power instead of boon docking at the local Flying J. The major problem with this CG is that all of the hookups are at the rear of the site. I didn't even try to hook up water and sewer. Also, you cannot log on with more than one computer per site. And finally, the CG is located by a railroad track. We had only one train during the night. I would only stay here again if I needed the 50 amp power. It's the only CG in the area.
The owners are trying but not very hard. They accept cash or check only. The pool has apparently never been open. Great for overnight especially for full hookup and 50 amp. The lots are all grass but according to the owner there is a gravel base. Had no trouble leveling. Would stay here again.
Very friendly staff and a beautiful location. Large lots. However, they are very unlevel. We are members of the KOA rewards program, but prefer not to stay at them because they are over rated and over priced. Since most parks will not allow RV washing, I noticed that this one did, for a fee. The fee is 50 cents a foot. Since the fee for my rig would cost $20, I called the office to see if they washed it for that price. Silly boy. That's pretty steep for a few gallons of water.
A poor excuse for a campground. We were put in "B" section on top of the hill. There is no sewer in this section. The lot we were on was very unlevel with only one power pole for two lots. The pole has only one 30amp and one 20amp outlet. According to the office staff, it's first come first serve on the 30amp. That's nuts. The gravel roads are awful and washed out from rain. They advertise free wi-fi. However, you have to sit with others in the office just to get a signal. This is usually the case with most campgrounds anyway. I would not stay here again.
One of the prettiest CG's I've ever stayed in. The campground is well kept with a beautiful view at every site. Owners were very helpful. Full hookups except sewer which is not uncommon in BC. Mosquitoes will eat you alive. The area is in a lowland which is home for the little critters.
Not bad. After trying all three Wi-Fi hot spots I was finally able to connect. The mosquitoes will eat you alive but that's not unusual for BC. We had to fog our coach while we visited Stewart/Hyder area to kill the critters that were inside from the last CG that we stayed in. Cable was good and the owners were very helpful.
One of the better campgrounds we have stayed in for the money. Real great value. We had mechanical problems that forced us to stay for 3 nights. The owners were very friendly and accommodating. We would definitely stay here again.
A great campground for an overnight stay with a beautiful view. As previously mentioned, it could be tricky if the grass is wet. There is only one 50 amp connection available. Extremely nice work camper who manages the property. I would love to stay here again.
The price reflects a 10% discount for FMCA. The lots are gravel and even though they have a gas grill, ours didn't work. Nothing was open at the park this time of year but the sky ride. It's too expensive just to get close-in to Atlanta.
This is a long ways from being called a RESORT. It is like most of the parks in Florida that are more permanent sites and not designed for transient RV'rs. The RV sites are only the vacant sites left after the permanents move out. My wife and I just finished a 27 state trip in the fall of 2010, and this facility has the smallest sites of any parks we stayed in. To add insult to injury, most of the permanent sites look like dumps. I would not stay here again.
I agree with all of the comments from previous reviews. However, I would add a few more comments. The Golden Age pass has not been accepted here since July 1, 2010 even though their website and reservation agent said it was. The rate however can't be beat at $16. Also, beware of the narrow entrances to your space as previously mentioned. We picked site #4 for the length but could not get our 40' motor home backed in. We switched to #10 which is great for big rigs. There is no cell connection but great Wi-Fi.
Nice park and staff is very helpful. There are many permanent sites. The sites are paved but a little unlevel. Ample space. Bring plenty of sewer hose. The connections are at the rear of the space. My only complaint are the train horns. The park is not far from a track and there are many crossings nearby. But aren't most parks near and Interstate highway, airport or train track?
I agree with all of the previous comments except for one thing. Noise. It is very noisy in the mornings apparently from commuter trains. Since there are so many crossings in Puyallup, the train horns blow constantly between 5 and 6 O'clock. Bring your ear plugs. Also, finding the Orange parking lot can be tricky. It is on Fairview Drive across from the roller coaster. Fairview Drive can be a bit noisy as well. But aren't most RV Parks near a highway anyhow?
We stayed here because we couldn't get into Colter Bay until the next day. It was a convenient location but rather tight for a 40' motorhome. A lot of dogs running loose. The staff was very nice and allowed us to stay past the 11:00 checkout time since we were late getting there. We would stay here again.
This park is very large and has access to a beautiful river. We camped with a group in an area designed for large groups. My only negative comment are their fire rings. They are set flush in the ground and can be dangerous by falling in one at night. Also, they allow any age child to drive golf carts. We found many of them from the permanent area, racing through the transient areas.
This park is built on a swamp marsh. The mosquitoes will eat you alive. We were unable to sit outside without covering in Deet spray. We literally had to run from our car to our motorhome when site seeing. There are not many transient sites available during the pony swim and they make you pay for 4 days in advance. We were put in the tent section with a "weak" 30 amp service. I don't know why anyone would want a permanent site at this park. The only reason we stayed here was because the more popular Toms Cove park was booked.
One of the largest campsites I have ever stayed in. This is the best state park in Virginia. The only downside is that there is not much to do in this are if you don't do any boating or fishing. If you do, this is for you. There is some of the best fishing in the Chesapeake Bay.
This is no place for older folks in a motorhome unless you enjoy dry camping. Motorhomes can only use the "C" loop. Generators cannot be used at night. While we were there, the toilets for that loop were under repair. If you are looking for a beach location, this is "not" it. It's a good 800 yards to the beach up and down dunes. It was so hot while we were there, we gave up 4 prepaid nights and where able to find another campground with electric.