This campground appears to be a place for long term residents. There are sites with lots of "stuff" laying around the campers. Very unsightly. The sites are large, mostly sand and grass. There is a cement slab with a picnic table on all the sites, mine had a bundle of some kind on the picnic table making the thing unusable. The sites are large, with ample room between them. My satellite dish would not work because of the trees, and cable hookup is $2.00 per day. The sites are level, and the electricity is good as well as good water pressure. The managers are very accommodating and pleasant to visit with. The grounds are not well kept, i.e: leaves all over the grounds, uncut grass, etc. The nightly rate reflects the Passport America discount. I would stay here again if in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice paved interior roads, well lit and well marked. They have what looks to be two pull thru sites, but most are backin. Nice grassy sites with a concrete patio. This is an adult only park. It is a good stopping off point when heading down to lower Fllorida. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly hosts. Old bathrooms in poor condition and needed cleaning. Cable TV is $2, also 2$ for Wi-Fi which has a strong signal. Mostly permanent residents as well as some snowbirds. right off US19/98 in Chiefland and is sufficient for an overnight stop. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Passport America rate of $14, $2 for cabe TV plus tax. Typical older Florida RV Park, some older permanent units, plus snow birds. Did not see any kids around. No high end units to speak of. Hookups were good and had been upgraded within the past few years. We had 30amp, water, sewer and cable TV for $16. A couple of sites would work as a pull-through, but most sites are back-in. Some with patios. An ok place for a stopover, 30 miles out to Cedar Key which is a nice day trip. We camped here in a Motorhome.