A few clarifications: they do have "some" shaded sites, but most seem to have "permanent" campers on them. Be careful if you have a tall rig; they even have a sign as you drive in "CAUTION LOW CLEARANCE IN SOME AREA". They offer cable hook up; however, they charge extra for it, and our site did not even have it available. There are train tracks that run through the middle of the campground, and trains run throughout the night. We were in a 40' RV, and getting to our site was really painful, barely enough room to maneuver to get to the site. Our actual campsite was horrible. The cement patio is literally broken into pieces,and several were sticking up that I had to move so the wife would not trip and get hurt. There has been no rain here, and our RV almost got stuck as they piled loose asphalt onto the site, and we could barely get any traction. Our site only had 50amp hook up, no 30amp available. If i did not have an adapter with me, not sure what I would of done. This park is really run down, too. I will not ever stay here again We camped here in a Motorhome.
If you can't tolerate the trains going right through the middle of the park, move on. It didn't bother me at all as I once lived where a train passed by not too far from my house. Otherwise, I would recommend this for a short stay when you need a reasonable place to stay while in the area. There are not a lot of amenities as there are many permanent residents in this park. The management is very helpful and great to deal with. They were very flexible since we were unsure of the amount of time we would be there and worked with us on space as well as price to get the rates for longer term if possible. The spaces in the front are right across the street from the water and there is also a restaurant/bar area with music at night. Again, it didn't bother me but it might bother some people. If you come not expecting a high end park, then you won't be disappointed. Also, we heard that this park might be closing in the next couple of years; they are taking up prime real estate on the water Suspect a high rise condo is in the future!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Really rustic "Old Florida" feel to the place. Lots of big trees with big branches. Nice to walk around. Can see the waterways and is really pretty. The train tracks run right through the center of the park and trains run whenever they run. Quiet place, lots of long term residents, some very odd looking rigs. I'd come back if I was in the area. Main parts of town are close and shopping not too far either. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great park on the Indian River in Jensen Beach, Martin County, Florida. Great town with lots to do. Fishing nearby. Loved the place. Management is great. Very friendly. they have long and short term rates. Had to be in town during the month of October for business. Will be back in January. Great winter rates. We camped here in a Motorhome.