This is a great spot to spend the night. Office people were very friendly. We had a blown fuse, and my husband went up to the office to see if they had any, forgetting to take his money. They offered to give him the fuse, so he wouldn't have to walk back. Of course, he did go back and pay them, but we appreciate the gesture. Wi-fi and cable both worked great. Hook-ups were easy. We will stay again.
This is a beautiful park with lots of activities. We were made to feel welcome when we arrived by the staff at the front desk. From there it went downhill. They had lost our reservation. Fortunately there were many empty spots, and they did find a place for us. Then the hook-ups are all way in back and our electrical cord wouldn't reach. The same thing happened to us in a park in Mesa and they loaned us a cord during our stay. This fellow said, "I can tell you how to get to Wal-mart." A day later we were sitting outside with some visiting friends and some worker came by and complained that our sewer hose wasn't elevated enough, even though we did have it elevated. We fixed that, but noticed that there was another RV down the street that had theirs flat on the ground all the time. Later we looked over our bill and noticed that we had been overcharged $79 for the 2 weeks. We went to the office and they said it wasn't possible because the computer did it all. Finally someone listened to us, and told us we were right, but they couldn't do anything about it until Monday, and they would call us. We went back on Tuesday (after not hearing anything) and they told us they would mail us a refund--no explanation, no apology. I agree with other reviewers that the garbage situation is ridiculous. I don't know how they expect people in RV's to keep garbage in their unit for up to 4 days. How difficult is it to put in a dumpster?
Rate reflects Passport America rate for the first week. First the bad: no cable and no wifi for short term people, laundry card is a rip off. The good more than outweighs the bad. We only stayed 2 weeks, but everyone was friendly and made us feel welcome. There are lots of activities, including pickleball. As in many resorts in the area, they are really set up for park models, and our electric cord wouldn't reach. They loaned us one for the duration of our stay. We liked the location for shopping, restaurants and tourism. We will return next year, and hope to stay longer.
We have stayed at this park before and always liked it. However, we were very disappointed this time. There was a sign in the office that they no longer had cable available, but they made no adjustment in the price. We could not get Wi-Fi connection either. I think that varies with how close you are to the office. The trains were very noisy and seemed to come more than once an hour all night long. The location is great, but we probably will try to find another park in the KC area next time.
Rate is Passport America, which they allow for up to 3 days this time of year. We stayed a 4th night for $35. I rated it a 10 because the owner/hostess was so accommodating. We had some trouble with the Wi-Fi, and she went out of her way to check on us and help us find a site that worked. Everything else worked fine. We had good shade and privacy and easy hook-up. We've stayed here before, and we'll be back.
I have mixed feelings about this park. We were shocked to see that no one else was staying there. There is no full-time caretaker around either. The woman that came to collect our rent said that Stock Island is a high-crime area and be careful not to walk around the area at night. OK, but there is no security gate of any kind, so we were on our own. Also, we never could get a Wi-Fi signal. Now the good: It's away from the hustle of Key West and very peaceful. My husband loved the ocean right outside the door, and it was fun to watch the birds and other wildlife. The people that came by to collect rent and clean up the area were very friendly and helpful. I thought it was high priced for what we got, but that's Key West.
They are having a special rate in October of only $25 a night. We were given a pull-though site, close to everything with excellent Wi-Fi connection. The place is fairly empty, but there is still a lot going on. Excellent, considerate staff. This place has it all.
I was going to rate this park a 8 or 9. We came in late and they had a spot ready for us. The Wi-Fi and cable was good, and the park was very quiet. However, in the morning I went in to settle the bill after I'd been told on the phone the day before that they would give me the Passport America rate. There was a sign on the road saying they charged $29. Inside it said the rate was $36 year around. They charged me $29.81, saying it was half off the "rack rate" of $45.95, plus $3 for cable and $2 for electricity. I feel very strongly that this is false advertising. Be careful when dealing with this campground.
The people who stay here for the season seem to love it. They are friendly people and many have been coming here for years. However, it wasn't for us. The internet was awful. Some days it was off throughout the park, other days it was just the tower nearest us that was out. At busy times, we just couldn't get on. It wouldn't be so bad, but we paid $30 a month for it. Garbage is picked up at site twice a week, but there is no where in the park to dump it if you don't get it out by 8 am. In a motor home we don't have a lot of room to store our garbage for a week. The only showers that we could find were by the pool. There are lots of activities, laundry is inexpensive and plenty of machines, cable TV is good.
We were late getting in because of a flat tire. We called to let them know, and they stayed open to show us to our site. Wi-Fi and cable TV both worked very well. Laundry room was spotless, and even included an iron (with distilled water) and ironing board. Very friendly people in the office. It's little confusing to come to, the first time in the dark, but it's close to stores and restaurants. We would definitely stay here again if in the area.
We love amenities: Wi-Fi, sewer, cable, etc. This campground lacked them, but we liked it anyway. We got a site where we could see the golf course, and we had all the room in the world. We are golfers, so we used the 'stay and play' on the 2nd night. There is a winery close-by with wonderful food. And Conneaut is a fun town to visit also. Hosts are friendly and helpful.
We had a very bad experience at this park. We had reserved a site with full hook-ups at least 2 months prior to arriving. When we got there, the place was packed with people from the Hot Air Balloon Festival in Albuquerque. They did honor our reservation, but put us in a very small site with no cable, no sewer, and too far away to pick up the Wi-Fi. They told us in the office that our antenna would work , but we couldn't pick up anything. I could understand this, if we came in without a reservation, but that was not the case. We will not stay at this park again.
This rate was part of a package to take the train to the Grand Canyon. Sites were level, easy in and out. All services worked perfectly. We had to leave a day early because weather predictions were for 80 mph winds and 20 degrees in the direction we were heading. The person at the desk, not only encouraged us to get out of there ahead of the storm, but refunded our prepaid rent for the one night.
The owners were super-friendly and did all they could do acquaint us with the area. They are great ambassadors for Jamaica Beach. When we arrived they told us about a Valentines dinner they were having. It was a good way to meet some of the other campers and a reasonable price per meal ($10 for t-bone steak dinner). The weather was bad when we were there, so I appreciated the work-out room, where I could get some exercise. Only drawback is that sites were not all that private. If you don't mind wide-open area, it's a great park.