Their website photos make it look better than it is. We could get a pull thorghu for our 40' coach + toad so we booked it, and when we got here, I regretted. But here we are for 2 nights. Staff are very friendly and helpful but this is one we would not have found the access road if we'd not called ahead. It's a very old place, very tight spaces, few pull throughs, narrow lanes and apparently people live here, snow birds, too. I don"t understand the previous comments about a shopping center. There is a liquor store and McDonalds near along the road but no shopping center. We leave after our 2nd night which is already paid for, and I would not return here. This is like an old dumpy campsite with packed spaces. Not very flat, but our jacks leveled us out. It was quiet enough last night. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly staff at this park. We stayed two nights to get new tire and to go to church. Has no Wi-Fi, long pull through sites, a quiet park, with some road noise. Was a good over night stop. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Camped for one night on our way home. Just OK. A really old park with unlevel gravel pads and pretty hard to get into some of the back in sites. Bath house was old, and although we didn't use it, seemed ok. Lots of long term older trailers here that look like people leave them all year but only use them on weekends. Manager was VERY nice however. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Close maneuvering, site not really level, we had midnight visitor camper next to us for about an hour for whatever reason. Whether we would stay here again is questionable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly, we stayed three nights. Site was concrete and level with no problems for our Motorhome. No discount for Good Sam Club. Close access to Gulf, shopping and golf. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed 2 nights at this park. Everything seemed to be well kept. Has some long-term sites still from the hurricane. Staff were friendly, and only problem we had was finding the dumpster seems they have it back where the caretaker or owner lives. You can't pull back there while hooked up. It does need some TLC as things seem to be well used (sewer caps missing). I would stay again. The photos on the web site need updating but they are not far off. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.