Arrived on 12/1, and were assigned a so-called pull through site for our 37' motorhome w/tow vehicle. The road and site were so narrow, my husband had to pull over the patio and then back up to park in our site. Not an easy task because our site was between two older park models, and our neighbor was remodeling the interior of his very old trailer. His lot was filled with piles of debris, an open trailer full of junk & a golf cart, which was parked well into our site. Even though a "ranger" escorted us to our site, he seemed oblivious to the mounds of debris. New piles appeared every day, but few were ever hauled away. This man was so rude & noisy. His table saw was right under our bedroom window, and his door, which he let slam every time he went in & out, was next to the saw. He worked off and on from 7 a.m. until 11 p.m. Even though quiet time is from 11 pm. to 7 a.m, there were several nights he felt the need to go out to his car in the middle of the night, and of course, letting the door slam! We rarely make complaints, but by the 21st, we decided to go talk to the park manager, and ask for a refund. She was not in, but the clerk took our complaint and said she would be back in on the 26th, and would address our issues. In the mean time, a ranger was to check the site & speak to the man next door. Christmas day, the saw was going, the door was slamming, etc. We left on New Years Day, and never saw or heard from the manager! On January 3rd, a clerk from the office did call, to say the manager told her we couldn't have a refund, but said she did offer us a free week if we would like to come back! Sorry, but even though we are full-time Rvers, we won't be returning to Indian Creek, even for free! Also think we'll pass on any other Sun RV Resorts if this how they treat their customers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lots of permanent RVs in the RV section. The mobile home section was separate. The pool was great, however, no floats allowed. The resort was clean and the bathrooms were good. We would stay again - however, bring a screen house as the no-see-ums are brutal! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed at Indian Creek Park (ICP) for one month during "season". It is a large park with numerous snow birds (for the season) and many permanent residents. Definitely a large money making operation. The location is great, very close to the beach and shopping. The roads are narrow to the sites; however, we were escorted to our site with no problem. Staff and residents alike were very friendly and accommodating. There are activities galore. You will not be bored at ICP. The grounds and facilities were well kept, except that each time I visited the laundry, at least two dryers were inoperable. Thus, you had to wait in line for the next available working dryer. Cable TV and Wi-Fi are offered at an extra cost. We paid $30 for Wi-Fi access for the month, but were disappointed. It was very slow, at best, and sometimes did not work at all. We were told there was no charge for electric for stays of one month or less; however, were presented with an electric bill over two weeks after departing. Overall, we enjoyed our stay, but did not like the hidden costs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park with many amenities, but as other reviews have stated, very, very difficult to maneuver around in. We advise looking your site over carefully before trying to get around to it. We got the off season rate which made the park attractive, and it is conveniently located. Once we got backed into our site, finally, with the help of two maintenance men, we found that our patio pad was raised so that when we opened the door of our motorhome, our electric step jammed onto it. We had to back over the patio in order to get into the site. Then we discovered that we had two water connections on the other side which were raised. The site was so tight that we could not open our compartments because of the water connections sticking up, to get our connections out, so we had to pull forward again (after working on the electric step), empty our compartments of hoses, etc., then back in again. Staff was nice and helpful. Cable TV is not going to be available after June 1 we were told. Also there is only pay Wi-Fi available at your site. There was a room where you could use computers. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park has mostly manufactured homes with RV sites scattered around. The roads are very narrow and the RV sites are difficult to maneuver with a large rig. We stayed here on the $1000.00 for three month deal in Oct. Nov. and Dec. This park is very convenient to everything. The beach can be reached via the shuttle which is just outside the park. The beach is about 4 miles away. The park has three nice pools and lots of activities. Close to shopping and great restaurants. We will be staying again next year, not so much for the park but for the location and price. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a nice park but it is not big rig friendly. I have a 40' class A and I was just able to get into my site. The street was very narrow and did not leave any room to swing into the pull thru without driving over the cement patio pad. The electric post is at the rear of the site which made it very difficult to get around the post and into the site. The water hook up is at the front of the site. The site itself is very narrow for a rig with 4 slides. The park does not seem to have any spot for traveling RV'ers. All the sites are integrated with permanent rigs or park models. Trash pick up is only on Mondays and Fridays with no dumpsters available for the other days. I don't have room in my motorhome to store 3 or 4 days of trash. The staff are very friendly and helpful. The park is well landscaped and maintained. It is a nice park for smaller rigs, but not big rig friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.