A county park; lot of local residents-many tents/pop-ups/young children; beautiful scenery--Cape Kennedy is across bay; park well maintained; plenty of room to walk dog and visit "nature"; fishing pier on bay; all sites are dirt with small patches of grass; about 3 miles from I-95.
Super park; well organized layout; great place to stay and roam the rv lot at Lazy Days; breakfast/lunch included in lot rent; close to I-4, but not too noisy; Camper World/Cracker Barrel within walking distance.
Well organized campground. Easy in and out. Security at night. Pull-thru was spacious and level. Campground quite at night and was very clean. Bathrooms very also very clean. Close to new mall and all attractions at Mrytle Beach. Pet friendly. Big rig friendly. We will return.
Stayed two nights and enjoyed the park and the town. Sites are all back-ins. They were average sized and big enough for most rigs. Everything was clean and seemed to be in good repair. We stayed in the rear of the park, which is much quieter than the front, due to the road noise from hwy US17. Next door to Barefoot Landing, with shopping, restaurants, and shows. There is even a back gate to walk there. Small playground area for kids, but I feel this park is more suited to adults. Our rate was the Passport America rate.
Staff very helful; sites very shady; dump station available; very quite and secure--security on duty all night; sites all pull-thru and most are very large. About 5 miles to downtown Savannah. We will stay again.
We stayed in the regular sites for two nights, but there are big rig sites (more$). Regular site very small, but some are shady. The big rig sites are average sized and much nicer. If we stay again at this park, it will be in the big rig sites only. Condition of park acceptable. Staff helpful. Tour bus picks you up and delievers you back to campground. Price is a bit high for this level of facility, but it is convenient to the interstate and Nashville.
Very convenient to St. Louis. Very helpful staff. Owners on site. About half of the park is seasonal/permanent campers, but that was not a problem. Heavy truck noise from the highway, that seemed to exist 24/7. We would stay here again if in the area.
We left after one night, even though we had intended to stay there 3 nights. What we didn't like about this campground was: 1. It is not very convenient to St. Louis, unless your think a 45 minute drive is convenient. 2. It is located in the middle of nowhere. 3. About three-fourths of the "campers" are locals that use the campground to entertain their kids during the summer. It seemed that every campsite had at least 3 or 4 kids...forget about using the pool or bathhouse. 4. Over half of the campers are camping in very old/small travel trailers, pop ups, or tents. 5. Campground had the appearance of a trailer park, which we found unacceptable. 6. The water is undrinkable and stinks.
A traditional styled campground with gravel roads/sites and plenty of shade. Sites unique in that no one is in front of your site; this makes each site more private than would have been otherwise. Owners on site and are actively involved in the operation of the campground. Everyone was very helpful. Convenient to Branson's hot spots and Table Rock Lake. Only drawbacks -- 1. the entrance road, very narror and winding up the mountain, and 2. the dust from the gravel road -- it had not rained in 3 weeks when we were there. We will return to this campground on our next visit.
Friendly staff; average width and length sites; no shade; some site lake front, but all very close to the water; boat ramp/docks on site; gas station/convience store is office; Wal-Mart about 3 miles away; nothing fancy, but we enjoyed our stop over.
Very nice campground. Easy access to major roads. Entrance is RV friendly. All interior roads paved. Many sites have small concrete pads, the rest are gravel or grass. Site are large by most standards. Park is in great condition, with clean bathrooms. Fishing pond on site with no fee/no liscense required. RV friendly gas station close by, as is a large mall and Wal-Mart. Downtown Charleston is about 9 miles. Only negatives: slight train/airplane noise and no cable TV.
Nice park; friendly staff. Walk to restaurants and shopping. Rear of park is for permanent campers/cabins, but is located on ICW. This is an older park, but in good repair. Concrete pads and paved roads. All sites back in only. Only negative is its location next to a very busy hiway, with loud traffic 24/7. The center of the park is less noisy, but harder to get a site here. Our experience was enjoyable and we will return, but will not stay close to the road again.
Staff very friendly and helpful. Sites very large, level concrete pads, and all roads paved. Laundry and bathrooms spotless. Nice dog run area. Store/golf shop only stocked with the most basic of supplies. 9 hole golf course short, but nice. Very reasonable rates to play -- $15.00 per 18 holes, cart included. The very large lake was nice to view, and we saw many fishing on it. There used to be a marina on site, but it is closed. This is a very well designed campground and is designed for the largest class A's. While it is out in the middle of "horse country", it is only a short ride to Ocala or Gainsville to eat or shop. It is one of the quietest parks I have ever stayed in. We will return in the fall to stay again.