Third day here, leaving tomorrow. Great park, quiet, clean, and shady. Staying in pull-through site 42. Rate is FL resident. There is Wi-Fi at the gift shop but not at the sites. AT&T cell and data three bars and LTE at 10 down and 6 up. There is OTA TV available, decent signal, all four networks. Only reason for a 9 is lack of sewer, but we knew that going in.
Rate was for lake front and included two extra adults and one child, also KOA member discount. Very quiet, well run campground. KOAs are expensive but we knew the cost going in and there were no surprises or adders. Considered it to be a good value considering space was right on the lake bank with a spectacular sunrise. Only problem we had was the site was concrete strips rather than full pad. Hard to levels and stabilize as jacks fell on soft ground between the strips, or worse yet, fell half on and half off the strips. Full pads are available and we will try to get one the next time. Good Wi-Fi, 20 channel cable TV, gravel roads but well maintained. Garbage picked up on regular basis through out the day. Very friendly and helpful staff. We will definitely stay here again.
Another great stay at Williston Crossings. Same friendly staff as last time. A little heavier occupied as it is getting close to snow bird time. They expect to be full by January, but they do not have long term rates for the pull through sites so it may still be possible to get a place if you reserve far enough ahead.
Stayed three nights for shake down trip on new (to us) coach. Hosts were very friendly and helpful. As this is the off season, the park was almost empty so there wasn't much going on which was fine with us. Beautiful, very well kept park with lots of trees. The pool appears to be finished and work was being done to finish the deck area around it. I would guess it will open soon. Grocery store, a couple of small restaurants, and some shopping are within walking distance.