This campground is close to where we bought our RV and have it serviced. We first stayed here to move our "stuff" from the old coach to the new one and stayed again to have some service done. We had a long pull-through both times. All of the sites are grass. We used blocks for the jacks. It rained while we were there, but the grass is thick enough that we didn't track in a lot of dirt. It is a very clean and well maintained park and we will definitely return.
We paid extra for a river site because we were told we could fish from the bank. The river sites are not in the front section, which appears to be for more short term RVers. The roads in the section to which we were led were narrow and a bit difficult to maneuver. Maintenance men had to trim some trees so that we could get to our spot and came back the next day to trim trees along the exit road. After setting up, we discovered that the gate leading to the dock was locked with a no fishing sign attached. I suppose we could have walked down to the river bank, but fishing from there would not have been possible because of the trees and mucky bank. We asked in the office about fishing and were told that we would have to go to other parts of the campground to fish. On the day we left, I had to walk in front of the motorhome so that I could be sure my husband could get past the cars and trucks parked along the road. The office staff and the full-timers were all very nice and the restaurant was good but we will not return.
Entrance a bit tight and getting into the river front site was also tight but doable with our 36 ft. motor home. I think it would have been more difficult in our old 40 footer. This is a very clean, friendly park. Facing the water is a big plus, with short docks for fishing. Level, gravel sites, but hookups are on the wrong side so you have to put water, electric and sewer under the rig to connect. Not a huge problem. There are chairs, table with umbrella and grill on each patio. The only drawback is a nearby train. It doesn't go by a lot, but it is there. We will return for some quiet days of fishing and relaxing.
Your GPS won't be able to find this place but if you have the Google Map app, it will. Ask for directions when making your reservation. This is a very large campground and probably full during the winter months. We were escorted to our site, which is always a nice perk. The sites are grass with concrete patios and picnic tables. We had no problem leveling. The roads are wide, but have drainage "gutters" in the middle between the 2 lanes. They make driving in a bit bumpy every time you go over a cross road. We will stay here again when in the area.
You need to pull through the gate and straight ahead to park at the office for registration. There isn't a sign visible from the entrance telling you that. The office staff is extremely helpful and friendly. Fortunately, we decided to disconnect the TOAD before going to our site because some of the turns were a bit tight for our 36 footer. Maintenance trucks blocked part of the road so getting to our site was a bit tricky. It is doable and the workers will move their trucks if necessary. (We could have made the turns in our 40 footer so it is big rig friendly, just use care.) The sights are blacktop with some grass but mostly dirt. They are very narrow and our tires just fit on it from side to side. We had no trouble leveling but I wouldn't have been able to put our awning out all the way because of a close tree. Even though the campground is fairly close to a major highway, there is very little traffic noise. We would stay here again if visiting the Bradenton area.
This is mostly a full time resident park but it does have spaces for short term RVers. The office staff and residents were very friendly and made us feel at home. We only stayed one night and probably won't return because we prefer parks with more RVs instead of park models. Our site had an uneven concrete pad, but we were able to level the rig with no problems. WiFi was not working when we were here. There are a lot of activities and we would feel very comfortable participating if we stayed longer.
We had a coupon for 2 nights free but only stayed one night because of the facility. The sites closer to the office looked nice, but we were put in the grassy area (if you can call it grass) in the back of the park. We felt very uncomfortable because the owners of the other RVs in the area were not around. They seemed to be either full time residents who were working long hours (and didn't care for their sites) or the RVs were in storage. We will not return.
We received a coupon for a night free and decided to give TGO a try. We're "shopping" for a retirement RV community and this almost meets our wants. I felt it was a bit too large, but my husband really loved it. The town of Titusville put us both off. It's become very depressed since the shuttle program ended, but we weren't there long enough to explore the neighboring I-95 exits. The only WiFi in the resort is at the office, but my AT&T hotspot worked well. Both of the resort restaurants left a lot to be desired. I don't know if we'll go back, but I rated it a 9 because the resort and RV pads are beautiful. You need to be on the reservation list to get into the resort through the security guard gate.
We stayed here to attend the Tampa RV Super Show. The rate was PPA. The area for short term RVs is in the front of the park. The back area seems to be for full time or long term residents. We were very pleased with our site. It was grassy but fairly level. The sites are a bit close but since we weren't here during the day, we didn't really care. In and out was very easy and it was only a 10 minute drive to the show. The front office staff was very friendly and helpful. We will definitely stay here again.
Very narrow concrete pads. Many of the patio slabs for short term stays are broken with no evidence of repairs being made. No cable. No Wi-Fi except in the clubhouse. Road noise from I-75. We used the laundry room and one of the dryers made so much noise, we asked the maintenance person if it was OK to use. He said he's told management about the problem but nothing has been done about it. We will look for another park next time we return to the Sarasota area.
Level, crushed shell sites. We moved to a shorter spot because we didn't want to be under a tree. Very friendly long term residents. Tight, but manageable turns for bigger rigs. We would return if in the area.
Level hardtop spaces with patios. Pull through sites are long, but narrow. Deluxe spaces are wider with swings or table & chairs on patio. Easy to find. Easy in and out. We would return if we want to visit the Orlando area again.
Very easy to find with easy entrance and exit. Sites were level. We were escorted to a site near the office and asked for one further back in the campground to stay away from the traffic and were glad we did. Very pretty lake with lots of birds. Took some great pictures. A nearby train could be heard occasionally, but it was not annoying. A short drive into downtown Savannah, although they did provide a free shuttle. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
We stayed in the motorhome section for 2 nights free with a coupon we received at an RV show. We took the sales tour, as required, with absolutely no sales pressure at all. This is really a beautiful RV resort, but the sulfur smell in the water was unbearable! We would not return even for a weekend, and this park is not too far from home. We understand that the other areas of the park do not have the same sulfur smell that we experienced. If you plan to visit, call and ask about the sulfur. Once they have that fixed this would rate a 10!
The gravel entry roads need some repair and there is noise from the trains, which bothered us some during the night. We were directed around the back of the campground to get to our spot in lane K, and were not happy with what we saw. The full timers make the place look a bit "dumpy" but, not to worry, it is not that bad up toward the front. We found out that using PPA restricts you to 30 amp hookups unless you pay extra. Had we known that ahead of time, we would have used Good Sam or another club discount. Since it was cold, we didn't need to use the two ACs and one heater worked just fine. We stayed a couple of days while visiting Charleston but would probably look more closely at other nearby parks before staying here again.
We actually didn't pay anything for our stay. We received a coupon for a free week while at an RV show, so we decided to give Lake Greenwood a try. It's a beautiful campground, and if we were looking to buy a space we would consider this one. There was absolutely no sales pressure. The campground and owners speak for it themselves. The only drawback is that there is really nothing here to do. The largest town is around 20 miles away. Even with the historical small towns to visit, we would not choose this as a destination. It is very quiet and peaceful, except for a train that goes by periodically. If you are in the market to buy a campground spot, take a look at Lake Greenwood. We would return for a couple of nights if traveling through this part of South Carolina again.
Since we were arriving on a Sunday, we had to call ahead and have a packet left at the guard station. We stopped at the boat dock and unhooked the toad then tried to find our spot. Even using the campground map, we couldn't find it. Fortunately, another camper saw us and led us to the site. The roads and turns are tight but manageable. Sites are back in and also very tight, especially on the steep roads. Our site was not as steep as others. Everyone we met loved the place, but we would not return. We just didn't enjoy the area.
Easy access off interstate. We pulled in around 1:00, and the office was closed; however, we were directed to the overnight pull through spaces and told to choose one. Sites are packed gravel and were fairly level, but the first we chose was too close to the trees for our slides. We moved to a different spot with no trouble. We would stay here again if traveling through the area.
We came for a day and stayed for a week. Lovely RV park with very friendly people! It's across US 1 from the Indian River but there isn't a lot of traffic on US 1 in this area. We were led to our spot - a level concrete pad. Unfortunately a tree made it difficult to just pull in and be able to extend the awning. With a little maneuvering, we were able to park on the edge of the pad so we had just enough room. The short term spots are up front with a view of the river, but are a bit close together. There is a little noise from the road and from a nearby train but not enough to be annoying. We will definitely return. We thoroughly enjoyed our week here!
VERY tight turn getting into the park. Difficult to make in a 40' motorhome with a tow. We were led to our spot and given help backing in. Unfortunately, our spot was at the corner of the park, at the intersection of 2 very busy roads. It was VERY noisy until after midnight and the traffic noise started again early each morning. We came here for a family reunion, otherwise we would have left the next day. We would return only if we had to visit relatives in the area again.
We stayed here for an overnight stop on the way to Ft. Lauderdale. It's about a 20 minute drive from the Turnpike but relatively easy to get to. There are limited pull through spots for overnight/short term stays. We couldn't get satellite reception due to the trees and there is no cable connection even though there is a cable wire at the hookup. No antennae TV available either. It's a very pretty and well kept park but there is nothing to do unless you fish and nothing close by. It was nice and quiet for an overnight stay. We would stay here again if traveling to South Florida.
Even with directions we had to call twice to be sure we were on the right road. They need more signs indicating that the RV park is ahead, through the state park and past the water park. Our site was not level and we had quite a time getting the curb side of the coach even with the road side - had to drive up on blocks. The noise from the shooting range combined with the proximity to the airport spoiled the peace and quiet of the park. We will not return.
What a beautiful park! It has long, level concrete pads with an attached concrete pad for the picnic table. We stayed here a day just to relax after a couple of days of driving before going home to Florida. It's very easy to find off of I-95 but there is some road noise since it is close to the interstate. We would have given it a 10 if it had been a little quieter, however, the noise is not loud enough to keep anyone from coming here. The office has a good RV supply store and it's close to a grocery store and a couple of restaurants. We will definitely return to explore the Brunswick area and may make this a get-away spot for long weekends.
When we arrived, there was no one in the office or around the park to check us in. We had to complete a registration form, calculate taxes and pet fee and put a check in the drop box. The sign in the office says to call for a site but the number was for the empty office! The message gave a cell number to call, but no one answered the cell and we had to leave a voice message! We chose an empty site and just pulled in. We never did meet the owner or any staff. This is not a good way to run a business! That being said, the park itself is not bad. The sites were fairly level, grass/gravel mix with full hook ups. There are no restrooms/showers and no nearby stores other than gas station convenience stores. There is also some road noise. We will not return.
Our pull through was so long, we thought it was a park road! The sites are mostly sand and we had some trouble leveling the coach. Since we didn't have a sewer connection, we were going to use the park showers but, after checking them out, we decided on the "30 second" shower in the coach. They were clean, but rather primitive with only concrete floors and curtains separating the shower stalls. However, this is a convenient park for an overnight stay and we would probably stay here again.
Very easy to find off I-95. Quiet, peaceful campground with gravel, mostly level sites. We were led to our pull through, which was long enough to leave the car attached (40 ft. motorhome + car) but a little close to the neighbors. We stayed overnight but might consider a couple of days for rest while traveling.
Very nice campground but our site was out in the open area instead of in the treed area so we had no shade. We were given that site because we wanted to use our satellite, however, we could not get a connection. We asked about cable TV and were told we would have to use one of their portable boxes and connect it to our TV. Because of the way our TV is set, we could not make the connection. Hubbie was a little put out that he couldn't watch baseball in the evening. Wi-Fi is $3.00 for 12 consecutive hours and the connection was a bit slow. We still enjoyed our visit to the Amish area and loved the view of the Amish farm from the campground. We would probably stay here again if we ever return. The sites were mostly level, office staff was very friendly and it was an easy in and out. Great location.
We stayed here for 3 nights while visiting the Baseball Hall of Fame and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The campground is in the country and has a beautiful view. It is very clean and well maintained. The sites are grass and mostly level, but we did use blocks under the jacks. The owners are extremely helpful. We would have stayed longer if we had not already made reservations for our next stop. We will return if we ever get in the area again.
This is really a very nice, quiet campground with very helpful owners. They called Passport America for me because I could not find my card. Our fee was PPA but they also charge extra for electric. We only paid $2.00 for the one night but we didn't use our AC. The reason we gave it such a low rating is because of the HORRIBLE roads that need to be driven to get there. They are only 10 miles off I-81 but it took us 30 minutes to get there because of the roads. The "highway" is a narrow, 2 lane road with tremendous ruts and potholes on the edges making the hills a bit dangerous. After leaving the highway, the "blacktop" road is just wide enough for a car to pass the coach if both vehicles drive on the shoulder. We would not recommend this for overnight stays and would not return. If you do go there, be sure to follow the website or PPA directions because it cannot be found with a GPS or Google Maps.
We came here after leaving another park that we did not like. Our GPS lead us directly here, but you will travel through a residential area to get to it. It's a very natural, pretty, quiet park. The previous owners are turning it over to their sons who plan to update and "modernize" it. (Right now, the only Wi-Fi connection is in the office area.) We had asked for a pull through, but were directed to a large back in site because the pull through was located near someone who is being evicted because of their noise dogs. We appreciated that. When we were led to our site, we were concerned about some low hanging branches. The young man went to get a saw and removed the limbs for us! Now that's accommodating! We would return if we get up to this area again. Some planned interior road maintenance and improved Wi-Fi will earn this park a 10.
There is a rather steep hill to climb to get to the office and another one to get to the campsites. After backing into our site, we decided we were not at all happy with this park so we pulled out and left. Even though other reviews indicate there is cable, the only cable TV you can get is if you contact the cable company and set it up for yourself. We could not get satellite reception either, but the road noise is the reason we left. Most of the short term sites back up to the interstate with only a narrow line of trees separating you. We really hate campgrounds with loud road noise. The exit road had a couple of narrow turns and the campgrounds look like they could have been better maintained. When we left, we were told that we would be charged for one night. That's OK with us and worth the extra money for peace and quiet.
This is a beautiful, well maintained campground in the mountains of Vermont. It was easy to find with only a short distance on a bumpy road from the interstate. Our site was level and looked over a wide grassy area to the little lake with the mountains behind it. Quiet, beautiful spot with friendly campers and staff. If we hadn't been on a schedule, we would have enjoyed staying here a couple of days so we could explore the area. They do charge for AC/heater use but the temperature was wonderful so we did not need either. Being from Florida, that's the first time we've experienced the extra fee to use the AC. We would return if we get up this way again.
This is a very well kept park with very helpful staff. They could use a couple more signs so you know you're on the right road but it wasn't too hard to find. The GPS says you've arrived at your destination a couple of miles from the office: keep going. The roads in and out are easily traveled: no problems. Our spot was very level and we enjoyed our visit. We would have given it a 10 if there had been more for us to do here, but we wouldn't want to spend more than a day or so here. We visited the nearby village of Wolfeboro and enjoyed the day trip.
This is a beautiful park, easy to find using the park's web site directions. The office staff is very helpful and friendly. The sites are gravel but have outdoor carpet right next to them with picnic tables. Our site was mostly level. We were given a site in the front area so there was a little road noise, but nothing too bad. It was quiet at night. We would definitely return.
This is a very beautiful, family run park. It was easy to find using the park's web site and very easy to pull into. The sites are natural (pine needles), and ours was nicely level. It's located close to the Plymouth attractions, but is still quiet and peaceful. Our water heater decided to stop working and the park's RV service was able to replace the faulty board. That was a very nice perk. We would definitely stay here again.
This is not an easy park to get to with a 40 foot motor home. We traveled 14 miles on narrow, twisting, mountainous roads to get to the campground. The spot assigned to us was supposed to be a pull through, but the deep pot hole on the road prevented us from trying to pull in. We tried to back into the spot but there was a mound of dirt and large rocks that prevented that, too. (We scraped the bottom front of the rig trying.) We moved to another nearby spot and were able to back into that one. The park is in need of some maintenance, and the office staff should be more aware of where they are sending big rigs. It is a beautiful, quiet park if you have a smaller rig and don't mind driving through mountainous country roads. We would look for a different campground if we get up this way again.
Absolutely gorgeous, off the beaten path, quiet & peaceful. We wished we weren't just passing through and could have stayed longer. The roads in and out are two lane with low speed limits so it takes some time to get here, but it's well worth it. There were some twists and turns but nothing worrisome. The office staff couldn't have been more helpful and friendly. We had a mostly level, grassy, shady spot and could still get cable & Wi-Fi. We would have given it a 10 if there had been 50 amp and sewer. We would definitely return if we get a chance to get up this way again.
Clean, although a little "rough around the edges" looking. Level, gravel sites. Very close to Gettysburg attractions. Call for directions because of road repair being done in the city. Extremely helpful, friendly office staff. They went out of their way to answer our questions about the area. We would definitely return.
We were ready to leave right after setting up. The noise from the shooting range and planes overhead really spoiled a pretty camping area. The park isn't easy to find due to lack of signs. You travel down a very long, narrow road into the regional park and see the sign for the water park before the campground sign. We called twice to be sure we were on the right road. Parking is parallel to the road and our spot was not level. We had to use several blocks to level the coach. No WiFi, no cable TV, no satellite, no antennae TV. We had to cancel our return visit scheduled for a month later and they still would not refund our deposit. That would have been the 4th of July weekend and we know they will have no trouble renting the space with so much advance notice. That may be the "rule" but it's cheap! Since we really like quiet, peaceful campgrounds we will not return here. If the noise of guns and planes don't bother you, then give it a try.
Very easy access from I-95. Long, level pull through spaces. Very clean. There is just a little road noise and some train noise but very filtered. We will definitely return here because we travel I-95 a lot.
Clean, quiet, older park. Low trees made entering and exiting a bit difficult. They said they plan to have them trimmed and they really need to. Long, level pull through spots so we did not have to unhook the toad. Couldn't get satellite service even though we paid the $2.00 fee. The problem may have been the trees. We also paid for internet service. OK for a night while traveling. We would stay here again unless we found something a little nicer.
We came here for a "shake down" weekend for our new RV and left after only 2 nights. This is the first year of operations, and I hope they will make it to the second year. We were 1 of only 4 RVs in the park, and the other 3 left the next morning. There was 1 full timer parked toward the front of the park, but it was really lonely. One of the things we like about camping is getting to talk to other RVers. That said, this park has a lot of potential. Granted the road in and out leaves A LOT to be desired, but we were told there are plans to pave and widen it. There is some noise from I-75, but we've stayed in worse. I'm not sure who would want to purchase spaces, but that's part of the campground owner's plans. There just isn't a lot to do in this area. This is a convenient spot for anyone needing a place for the night, but it isn't a weekend get-away (or longer) park. It is very clean with nice long pull through spaces and a very helpful staff.
Call to confirm directions as Google Maps has you turning the wrong way. Has very friendly staff. Spots for overnighters are in the front and have easy access to the entrance and exit. Sites are gravel and fairly level. There was some noise from the street and some plane and train noise, but it was quiet enough for sleeping. It's a nice spot for a night or two while visiting the Mobile area. We would stay here again.
This park is just off I-10 and very easy to find for an overnight stay. Traffic noise was minimal. The laundry room was very clean but the swimming pool didn't look usable. The entrance road is gravel but not too bad, just take it slow. The grass and dirt sites are a little narrow but accessible and fairly level. We would stay here again.
This is a very nice, well kept park about 9 miles from I-10. Call for directions or look at the park's website so you know where to turn. It isn't hard to find, but directions were helpful. Sites are gravel and mostly level. Was easy in and out. We only stayed overnight, but would return if we wanted to visit nearby Gulfport and Biloxi.
This park is directly off the main highway. The traffic noise wasn't too bad at night, but it was noisy during the day. The laundry room was hot and crowded, and one of the machines left brown marks on some clothes. The owner is extremely friendly and helpful. He is working on adding spots in the back area which would provide a quieter and shadier area to camp. This would be OK for an overnight stay but we were here for several days and did not enjoy it. We would not stay here again.
This is a very difficult park to find, even after calling for directions because the street signs are hard to read. The campground sign does not make it clear where to turn. We ended up on a dead end road and had to back our 38ft 5th wheel up about 1/8th of a mile. Not Fun! The entrance road is very narrow with ditches on both sides. The area for overnighters is a "drive-in movie" type of area just yards from the noise of I-10 with NO trees. We were the only RV in the overnight area and felt very uncomfortable being alone. We would not stay here again.
Nice park for an overnight stay. Has easy access from I-10. The staff was very friendly and the roads were wide enough to get our 38ft 5th wheel through with no problems, even though there are a lot of trees. We couldn't get WiFi at our spot even though we were close to the office. We would stay here again if passing through.
We came here specifically to do some fishing and try out our new Porta Bote so we were very disappointed that we were not allowed to put it in the water. We were told that the owner of Lake Harmony, just across the lake, actually owns the lake and will not allow campers at this park to put boats into "his" lake. Fishing from the dock wasn't much fun. The campground is nice with beautiful waterfront views if all you want to do is relax and look at the water. Our pull through was comfortably large and the owner couldn't have been nicer. The biggest drawback is the distance from everything unless you want to get back on I-95 to travel to Brunswick or Savannah. There was some road noise from the highway that runs next to the park. We will not return because there are other parks that better meet our needs.
We loved this park. We've only been camping for a short time, but found everything we wanted. This is a very pet friendly park with very friendly campers. We found the "blonde, German Lady" who has received so many bad remarks to be extremely nice and helpful. We had a large pull through with a view of the river. Unfortunately, the weather didn't cooperate so we weren't able to put our boat in the water. We will definitely return when the weather is nicer. We heard there is a good restaurant about 12 miles down the road in the town of Suwannee that we plan to try on our next trip.