My wife and I have traveled all over the country and quite honestly this is one of the finest parks we've ever visited. Impeccably clean and well tended, this resort is staffed with the finest, most helpful people you'll meet anywhere. Before you consider ANY other park in South Florida check out this one, you won't be disappointed.
This is a great RV park but hardly worth the absurd $70.00 per night fee. To add insult to injury they charge $3.00 additional for cable TV. Please, isn't the already ridiculous high price enough? The WI-FI is free but only worked two or three times in the four days we were there. If you come to Waves, NC, visit Ocean Waves Campground instead of this park.
Really nice park with paved roads and concrete pads. The prices are great compared to the two neighboring parks but I do have just two small complaints. The free WI-FI is sporadic at best and they charge extra for cable TV. I would rather be charged a higher nightly fee than be nickel and dimed with additional charges.
Perfect overnight park. Clean, friendly, easy access, this park is right off of I-40 just behind the Flying J (a bonus if you need to refuel). Family owned and operated these people go out of their way to make your stay enjoyable.
Although not a horrible RV Park, this place can hardly be described as anything more than okay. The check-in office is also the guardhouse so we waited outside in the blistering August heat to pay and get parked. We asked for a pull-through since we were just staying overnight. What a joke. All utility connections are at the rear of the site so when you pull through you can't reach water, sewer or electric. The concrete patio and picnic table are to the rear also so we had to disconnect our Jeep, move the coach back to the rear and park the Jeep in front. So why call this a pull-through??? Blistering heat yet the pools were closed. 467 sites but only one dumpster at the entrance. This is neither a pretty or well designed park. I say, keep driving, this place needs HELP.
This is a wonderful park on a beautiful island. Nestled in a deep oak hammock, all sites are heavily shaded keeping things pretty cool on a hot summer's day. Forget about your satellite, too many trees for that; but they offer free cable tv and their free wi-fi is as good as it gets. Previous reviews complain of mosquitos, poor cable tv reception and untrimmed trees. All the trees in the park are trimmed and we had no problems with our 42' rig.. the cable reception is a problem on the entire island so there is nothing the park can do to improve this... and mosquitos?? Hello... sitting in a forest surrounded by marsh I promise there will always be mosquitos. Blaming the park for mosquitos is like blaming them for bad weather.. Jekyll Island is the best kept secret of all the barrier islands... and there's no better place to stay while visiting than here.
This is a great park. It has an abundance of amenities including pools, a hot tub, sauna bath, cafe, RV Store and countless others. The staff is very helpful and all are well versed in train and bus schedules for DC sightseeing. There are only two deficiencies that keep me from rating this a 10... the small gravel sites and the charge for wi-fi. Wi-fi has become as important as water and electric and should be included in the daily fee.
This is a fun park in a great area. The sites have plenty of room, the roads are paved and you park on concrete with a concrete patio. It is so nice to wake up and walk over the dune and watch a sunrise. And the sunsets on the Sound side are spectacular too. This place is every bit as laid back as the Florida Keys, it's great. My only complaint: they charge $3.00 per day for cable TV. Please: at their already high prices this is just nickel and diming the customer.
Dont even think about staying here... Unless you're getting service at the nearby RV Center or Camper's World. Although a highly rated park, this KOA is anything but... The roads are extremely narrow and the sites are tiny. They charge extra for everything except wi-fi which worked only sporadically. And the electric service is the worst. Most sites are 30Amp... very few with 50. The service is so old and out dated they actually have fans blowing on the service panels to keep them from over-heating. I wrote to KOA to complain about this park and its staff but of course I just got the standard form letter reply. KEEP DRIVING...
This is a nice park with a mostly friendly staff. The roads are gravel and the turns are tight but the premium sites are over-sized concrete pads...very nice. They claim to offer free wi-fi at your site but that is simply NOT TRUE. The wi-fi only works at their office. And they take their rules VERY seriously, they have a lot of them and a violation can result in an eviction without refund. We mistakenly broke two rules and were severely scolded for our bad behavior. NO ALCHOHOL OUTSIDE YOUR RV. Can you believe that rule? One of the owners rides around in his golf cart like the Gestapo looking for violations. If we ever return to the area, I think we'll stay somewhere else.. maybe some place with a pool..
Paved roads, oversized concrete pads and a close proximity to area attractions are the only assets this park has to offer. No trees, no pool or hottub, Wi-Fi is offered but at ridiculously high prices... and all that for $50 per night. If the park were under $40 I would rate it higher but $50 is just too much to pay for so few services (at least include the Wi-Fi). The owner's husband was a delight.. friendly and helpful, but the owner is anything but. Don't get me wrong, this is a nice park, but it is truly OVERPRICED...
Overall a nice park and we had no difficulty getting our big rig (42') in and out. Great wi-fi, lots of activities and close to downtown Ft Collins. If the streets were paved instead of gravel I would rate this park higher.
This was once a great park that seems to have fallen on hard times. Where green grass and flowers once grew is now brown and full of weeds. Every other lot is for sale so there seems to be a mass exodus of owners. But it's still the nicest park around. Wide paved roads, enormous sites and all the amenities make this a great place to stay while in the greater Breckenridge area.
Yes, the roads and sites are gravel. And yes, they are VERY close together. And the location is not the greatest either. But it's the nicest place around the greater Aspen area and quite convenient to all the tourist destinations. The good points to this park include a friendly staff, level sites, free wi-fi, and cable TV. And although the park is gravel it's not as dirty and dusty as you might think. If I ever return to the Aspen area, this is where I'll stay.
We came to this park based on everyone's previous ratings. Either they're all blind, camping in tents, or they don't know what a park worthy of a 8-9 rating is truly like. This is a big gravel parking lot with small trees seperating each site. There is no cable TV, no wi-fi and the ONLY real benefit is the close proximity to the National Parks. Our 42' motorhome extends into the road in both the front AND the back and it's so dusty you can't open a window. Although the views are great we will never return. Drive further into Moab for a park, you wont be sorry.
This park is a bit pricey for a KOA and they offer no weekly rates but it is clearly the nicest RV resort around. Sites are large, level (gravel) and clean with concrete patios and picnic tables. The office/store is equpped with a deli, hand-dipped ice cream, expressos, and a great assortment of essential groceries and rv supplies. Free wi-fi, free video, cable and countless other amenities make this park id great place to visit.
If you're looking for a high-end resort with all the "bells and whistles" you better keep looking. If you want a decent, reasonably priced RV park, close to the Interstate, close to shopping, all the basic requirements and some shaded sites, this is a good find. Shade trees are a rarity in this part of the country so it's nice to find a park that offers some protection from the brutal summer's sun. Okay, there's nothing fancy about this park but the people are friendly, the park is clean and an overall good value for a few nights or a week's long stay.
This is really more of a (55+) mobile home community than a RV Resort but it's still the nicest resort in the desert. Beautifully manicured grounds and amenities galore, this park has plenty to offer. We lied about our ages to gain entrance and it's hotter than hades here in the summer months but overll enjoyable. If the park had concrete drives instead of gravel and free wi-fi, I would have rated it higher
Okay, so this is clearly the finest RV park in the greater Las Cruces area but it does not deserve the highest grade. The park is clean and well appointed and the clubhouse rivals those of the finest resorts anywhere. Sites are roomy and adjoining sites are opposed so you never see your neighbor's sanitation connections. But the park is right alongside I-10 with no buffers so the sound of traffic is constant. The sites are gravel instead of concrete with no patios and no picnic tables. There is no swimming pool, cable reception is poor and free wi-fi is not offered. After a long day's journey in the New Mexico heat, a swim in the pool would be nice. There's no excuse for weak cable reception and wi-fi is just as important as water and electric to today's RVer; it should be included in your rental fees. So yes, this is a beautiful resort and you wont be disappointed staying here but I reserve a "ten" rating for parks that are truly deserving.
From the moment you arrive this KOA is clearly nicer than most all others. The staff is warm and friendly and the grounds are impeccable. Plenty of amenities offered including free, lightning fast wi-fi. Especially nice is the dinner menu offered six nights per week. After a long day's journey it's a pleasure to have someone else cook and deliver your meal right to your site. The roads and sites are gravel and a bit dusty when the wind blows but overall this park is tops. If the roads and sites were paved I would rate this park a perfect 10.
This is one of the finest RV resorts you will find anywhere in South Florida. With wide paved roads and oversized concrete pads this park is truly "big rig" friendly. A year-round heated pool and spa, billiards, ping pong, bingo, cable TV, wi-fi, horse-shoes and loads of scheduled activities, there's always something to keep you entertained. We stayed for the winter and have already made reservations for next year. An RV park is only as good as its staff and this park's staff is exceptional; the office people are helpful and friendly and the grounds are kept immaculate. If you're looking for a great RV resort on the east coast of Florida, look no further.