This is a big park, most of it is park models and mobile home units. There are some spots available for motorhomes and fivers. Lots to do. Nice for walking and riding bikes. The staff and residents are friendly. I stayed there one week, used the time there to scout for other places for next winter. We camped here in a Motorhome.
They bill themselves as an RV resort, yet 90% of this park is for mobile homes and park models. It is also more of a retirement village than a campground. It's totally sold out to snowbirds in winter and they make a little extra money renting empty spaces out to transient RV's off season. They have ton's of activities here and the 2 clubhouses seem to have something going on every day. They have an excellent walking trail that features alligators. It's about 2 miles to a gas station and 6 miles to a grocery store or fast food. It's located close to I-75 and you can drive to St Petersburg in about 20 minutes. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is the most friendly park we have ever been in. Most of the sites are permanent park models that are well maintained. Short term visitors are made to feel very welcome. The streets are wide and paved and have street lights so you can walk in the evenings. The pool is Olympic size and has four dozen loungers and chairs around it and was well visited. There are four computers in the rec hall for public use and Wi-Fi in the rec hall as well. Cable is only available if you are staying long term and pay to have it hooked up. Our only complaint was that the nearby town doesn't have many services and it's a ten mile drive to groceries, shopping, Wal-Mart, etc. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.