OK park for an overnight stay unless you have a boat and/or are big on fishing. Sits along canals that have alligators swimming around. Dog friendly, but keep them away from the canals; the owners tell you dog is alligators favorite food. Camp was dirty looking, unkempt, grass needed cutting (two weeks ago). Family friendly? I would not take my grandkids there with alligators looking for food. We stayed one night, Passport America rate, and during a light rain, we lost power three times. Not good for electronics. Not sure I would go back but, it was OK. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park under new ownership. Owners are very friendly and accommodating. A bit hard to find as our GPS did not get us there. I would STRONGLY suggest calling for directions. The campground appears to be part of the "Moore Haven Recreational Area" is on the rim canal for Lake Okeechobee. No views of lake per-se, but nice canal views and good breeze during our stay (which helps keeps the bugs away - it is a buggy area). The approach to the campground was a bit intimidating as you pass the local prison, then a very poor and run down section of road about 1/4 in length, just before you get to the campground. We were beginning to have second thoughts about continuing on as the neighborhood went down hill fast. HOWEVER, once we got through this section and into the campground, we were very comfortable. There is (at least while we were there) a sheriff who resides in the campground. They don't appear to have any problems and it was a very peaceful quite place. We plan to go back to Okeechobee Waterway RV Resort again in the future. Best of luck to the new owners on their continued running of the campground and attracting new campers. We camped here in a Motorhome.