Class A ownership lot prices for a class C resort. Yes, the class A sites are really nice, but you share the pool with the not-as-nice Sleeping Bear Campground now owned by the same developer. The campground was renamed Indigo Bluffs Rally Park. The "state-of-the-art fitness center" has 1-treadmill, 1-elliptical, and six free weights (2-10lbs, 2-5lbs, 2-3lbs; yes, that's it!. There is no gate or fence to separate the campground from the Class A ownership sites, so the campground kids overrun the Indigo Bluffs Class A section with bikes, pets, etc. with no supervision.
This park is certainly not set up for big rigs. We have a 45' motorhome and the roads are very narrow with sharp turns onto each row. They have trees in the strangest places. We were supposed to turn right to exit our site, but there is a big pine tree right on the corner. We had to travel in a big circle around the park to find a place to maneuver. The sites are not very level and the dust is everywhere. The people in the office are very nice, but we would not stay here again.
If you are in South Haven, this is the park to choose. However, it is very pricey for what you get. The sites slope way down in the front. No cable TV and few local channels. People are allowed to walk through the lake front campsites to get to the lake and then they fish right in front of your RV! The staff is very friendly, but not very knowledgeable about running a campground. They have a way to go before they should call this a resort. We had no drinking water for 3 days because one of the wells was allowed to go down too far while they put water into the lake. No one ever came and told us when the water was safe. We heard it by word of mouth. Their weekly activities on the weekend usually cost money. The last one was $6.00 a person for a cheeseburger and some potato salad. Plus, they're always trying to sell you a lot, and think nothing of knocking on your door day or night or stopping you in the rain to discuss "opportunities". As I said, its the place to choose in South Haven, but it is definitely NOT a resort yet.
Good place to stay when visiting Gainesville. We stayed here during the summer. Had a nice shade tree. The sites are concrete and grass. Lots of room at the site and beautiful grounds. Just make sure you do your grocery shopping before you get there. It's a long way to the store. The people at the registration are a bit stand-offish. No escort to site - We has to find it ourselves. Lots of people who have bought lots and there is a lot of camaraderie. We really had a nice time. If you like golf - it's heaven.
We have stayed here many times over the last few years. Nothing has happened new except that there are now pull-through sites. No pool. Been under construction for 2 years. Wi-Fi is pricey and spotty at best. While the camp hosts are wonderful and friendly, the manager of the park is young, inexperienced and rude. We had quite a bit of trouble with our Wi-Fi and he tried to blame it on the fact that many older people just don't know how to use the computer. We are both retired, but not dead. We both have extensive experience in the computer world, I'm sure much more than he. As it turned out, their system does not recognize Vista, and he doesn't know how to fix it. He is the owner's son. Good reason for not hiring family. We have tried to give this place the benefit of the doubt so many times, and we now have run out of patience with their claims that things will be finished soon. One of the hosts told us that the owner is out of money for all the new developments. $38.00 is a bit high for just a place to hang, with no real activities. In addition, our site was a mess with lots of left-over cigars littering the site. I know the last reviewer takes exception to the previous criticism, and we used to defend and praise the park. However, enough is enough.