We camped during the Motorcycle rally. There were a ton of sites available. We camped around the lake and got to see the gator. The campground was clean and my children really enjoyed riding their bikes in the campground. We spent a lot of time swimming in the indoor pool. The outside pool was still really cold. We were less than thrilled with the rules of the lazy river. They close the lazy river if they don't have someone there to police it. And they make you sit in the tube a certain way. Then the children have to sit on top of you if they aren't tall enough. My 6 year old can swim but had to sit on me to use the river. Not fun or family friendly. The playground is also locked at a certain time. Not sure why! They made us leave so they could lock the gate. We will choose a different campground next year to stay in.
Overall, this was a nice campground. The pool was clean and there were plenty of trees to keep the camp sites shady which is a big plus in the heat. On the downside, they don't allow camp fires and the noise from the road is pretty loud. (We camped down next to the lake.) There are several sites that are very unlevel. I saw several campers backed into their site that needed the front stabilizers on the camper up on blocks 24 inches high. I saw one motorhome with it's front wheels jacked a good 2 feet off the ground. Most of the sites had their picnic tables on unlevel ground because there was no place else to put them. A little planning before they paved the roads and sites would have solved these problems. There are very nice roomy sites on the lakes edge. We had spot #C17 and had to back up as far as we could and right next to a tree in order for our 50' water hose to just reach the water hook-up. They sell extra hoses in the camp store. :) They do NOT have trash can's spread throughout the campground. You have to go to a central location to dump your trash. Not really convenient. We probably won't stay here again because of the road noise and because they don't allow fires. But, if you are just passing through, then I wouldn't hesitate to stop.