Although this campground lacks some amenities that would be expected by transients, it is a very clean and well-maintained park. It is one mile from Florida I-95 exit 183. It is convenient to excellent shopping, restaurants, and beaches. It is a great low cost place for snowbirds to spend the winter. This is our 5th year here. As a long-term renter, we have our own campsite with a concrete pad and a lockable storage shed. Many long-term residents keep washers, dryers, and refrigerators in their sheds. Cable, phone, and modem hookups are available by contracting with local providers. My overall rating is based on long term, not transient stays.
The bad thing about this campground is that the power is still unstable. We came with a group of 23 rigs, and we also overwhelmed the power system as a previous reviewer reported. I saw voltage readings of less than 100 volts. I would definitely not camp hear again and plug into their shore power.
The owner and staff were very friendly and helpful. Although big rigs can be maneuvered into the campsites, I would not camp there again in my 42 foot motor home. While going to our campsite following hand signals of the helper, I nearly hit a short piling. Fortunately, the helper signaled me to stop, and I was able to backup and avoid it. Leaving the campground was not easy. I was unable to swing wide enough to avoid having my rear tires hit a rock hidden by a hedge near the front gate. I backed up and a staff member moved the rock so that I could proceed. Since there was no good place to hook up my toad between the campsite and front gate without blocking traffic, I elected to leave the campground and stop along the public road by the campground to hookup. If you do decide to camp there in a big rig, my advice would be to ride around the campground in the golf cart and carefully chose your site.