We stayed here using our C2C membership. After reading some the the previous reviews we were a little concerned about being assigned to section 4. At check in we asked if we could stay in section 2, the nice lady in the office said we could pick a site in any section we wanted in the park. Wow, we thought that was great so we went out and found a nice site in section 3. The park itself was OK.
STAY AWAY !!! This place is a dump with many issues. I plugged my 50 amp surge protector into the electric box and got a reading of 130V on one leg and 114V on the other leg. Surge protector would kick out often. There was trash everywhere. The fellow next door was living in a box truck that looked like it hadn't been moved in 10 years. Every morning he would sit in his bucket seat, which was positioned next to the water faucet, and wash up and do his dishes. We never saw the manager only talked to her on the phone. There was never anybody in the office. Did I say? ...STAY AWAY
The best rating I can give this place is a three. For the price you would think you would get much more. The internet is NOT free. This is not a Passport America park. The reviewer that stated it was a good deal for the price must have stayed somewhere else. It's not a very big rig friendly place. Lots of trees in your way but too small to provide shade. We will find someplace else to stay next time. Poor value for your money.
This is strictly boon-docking, but the view is amazing. See saw eagles on the beach and otters in the water. This is the nicest city park on the spit. I am writing this review while being connected to the city-wide free WiFi at my site.There are two dump and fresh water stations available nearby. A city employee stops by several times a day to check on things. The fee is $15 a night or $95 a week.
We stayed here for three nights. The best I can say is that this park is ok. Our 40' motorhome was parked three inches from the fence in the back and our mirrors were sticking out into the road about a foot. I don't know how you can rate a park anything above a four if it doesn't have cable, wi-fi or 50 amps at $45 a night. They do provide free hot dogs or soup and campground bands at night for entertainment.
This is an okay park. We had a super pull-through site which are very narrow. Neighbor's window was about 5 feet from my door step. If you're looking for wi-fi go to Pioneer Park; wi-fi here was poor even using my external (on roof) antenna. Cable TV offered only a handful of channels. Whoever stated this place was 'immaculate' must be the owner. There was dog poo on my site as well as other animal droppings in other areas. Could not do lights in laundry since there was a problem with the water. Dumpster/dump station area was unsightly. Friendly staff
I was expecting a lot worst campground based on the previous reviews. It does have some older units and some shading looking characters walking around, but it was ok for the money. For $17.00 you get cable, pretty good wifi, and full hook up. We decided to stay a few extra days to visit Jekyll Island ..
This is a small, very clean park, just a few miles from the gulf beaches. We spent the winter here and will be returning next year. Very well organized recreation committee with plenty of volunteers. There is something going on every night/day. Nice pool, resident gator or two, friendly people, helpful staff. Most people return year after year. My wife and I just resently started RVing fulltime and all the oldsalts tell us we have found a real gem here.