We camped at this park a total of ten days during October, 2013 (5 days the middle of October and 5 days the end of October.) On both occasions we found the staff to be very friendly, helpful and professional in their dealings with us. We stayed each time in a premium site which was level, shaded and pull through. When the weather cooled during our second stay, the pool was heated. The park is conveniently located within a few blocks of the Pinellas Trail. We walked every day on a walkway that was separate from the one used by bikers. We were less than half a mile away from a new grocery store, a drugstore, and a shopping plaza, as well as the causeway leading to Honeymoon and Caledesi Islands. We'll definitely go back to this park in the future. We belong to Passport America, so we paid half price for each night of our stay.
This is a very clean, well kept park. At check in, we were immediately impressed with the well maintained grass and flowers around the office. The staff was friendly and provided us with an escort to our site, which was level, pull through, and grassy, with a paving block patio. I was very impressed with the clubhouse, which was close to our site. It was spotless, with at least six large, separate shower bathrooms with locking doors. A large meeting room adjoined the shower area, with numerous chairs, tables, some exercise machines, a full kitchen, and cupboards full of games, books, and puzzles. We will definitely stay at this park again. It was only 1/4 mile from I-75 at the southernmost Ocala exit. There were numerous restaurants close by, including Sonny's barbeque and Cracker Barrel. This RV park was only a 50 minute drive from Gainesville, FL, which we went to the University of Florida's Museum of Natural History of Florida (excellent and free) and the Butterfly Exhibition next door to the museum (nominal fee for a world-class experience).