The rate was 17.60 using Passport America. The park is small but is very nice. We gave it the 8 rating because the grounds were clean, the owners were very nice, the sites were full hookup pull-through. We only stayed for a night but, we would gladly come back if we had something to do in the area. There are a lot of places to stop for fuel and food about 3 miles from the campground.
Beautiful park near the Ocala National Forest. We stayed here for a Geocaching Event that was held in the forest. The sites all had concrete pads and grills. There were some sites with a lot of shade. It was a fun place to camp. There is a grocery store nearby as well as a couple of places to eat.
What a beautiful park, we stayed in site 38 for four nights. The sites and the space between the sites is large. Most sites are a "L" shape with the leg of the "L" at the rear of the site. In the leg of the "L" there is a fire ring and a grill. The site was packed sand. The restroom and shower facilities were spotless. We love Florida State Parks and find this to be one of the best.
The overall park is pretty nice. There is plenty to do if you are a sun lover and a water lover. The park has some marsh areas and there were a lot of mosquitoes, especially during the evening and early morning hours. The campsites are made of crushed rock and the sites are pretty tight. There are large limestone boulders guarding the entrance to each campsite. You will need to exercise much caution when backing into your site. The water spigot pedestals are shared. In some sites it will be on the normal (drivers side) and on others it will be on the passenger side. Make sure you have 50' of water hose. Electric service and sewer connections are on the normal (drivers side) of the sites. Satellite service is not possible for some sites. We stayed here 5 days. Verizon aircard service was very good, and we had no problems with cell phones. There is a picnic table and BBQ grill on each site. No campfires are permitted.
Another very nice Florida State Park. Most of the sites are close together. The roads are a little narrow but we managed to maneuver our 40' motorhome through the campground. There is a small playground, hiking trails and a boat launch within the park. We will definitely visit the park again.
The park is older with a lot of permanent residents. It was clean and quiet. We called a month in advance to reserve a site and were given a confirmation. We arrived on Sunday as planned. As we pulled down the road to the campground we noticed that it was "gated" access. We were not given an access code. We had no way into the park. We had to park our coach and attached toad in a closed restaurant about a block away and walk back to the gate. A resident was entering and gave us the gate code. After walking back to our coach we drove back to the entrance, entered the code and proceeded to the registration office. The office was closed. Luckily, a campground employee lived on site and happened to see us. He directed us to a site for the night. We left the next morning around 8:00 a.m., we stopped by the office to pay for the site. Again, there was no one there. We called later in the day and gave the desk person our credit card information. Nice campground, poor office help.
Another fine Florida State Park. We stayed in site #13. It is a large site (we are a 40' rig towing a vehicle) in a cul-de-sac that backs up to the water. Plenty to do right here in the park. Key West is just a short drive. The water spigots are located near the road, not in the traditional locations near the electrical panel. We used 50' of hose to get to the fresh water hookup. Not a big deal but be sure you have plenty of hose with you. We loved our stay here. We will definitely come back.
We found the campground to be very comfortable and clean. The grounds were well kept and very well lit at night. Plenty of open areas to walk pets. There is a large area along side of the campsites where you can play softball, soccer, etc. We will stay in the park again when we return to the NY area.
We were only staying overnight (40' rig and toad) so the pull through site we were given did not have any tree cover. However, the campground had plenty of trees. The roads and sites are crushed rock. The sites are fairly close but they do have picnic tables.
The park is very close to the interstate but it was not noisy. The pull through site we had was plenty long for our 40' coach plus our attached toad. We used the campground as an overnight stop. It was a little pricey for an overnight stay but it was clean, near the highway and had 50 amps electric service. The day we stayed in the campground it was around 100 degrees F. outdoors. The 50 amp service was great to have.
This is a Passport America park. We found the park to be very clean for an older park. It was a great place to spend the night. The day we arrived the outdoor temperature was around 100 degrees F. Having 50 amp service was really great. We stayed in a 40' motorhome pulling a toad. The pull through site had plenty of room without unhitching.
We are Passport America members so the price was right. We paid the surcharge for the 50 amp electric and the sewer connection. The campground is well kept, quiet and not far from downtown Charleston. The staff was very friendly and we enjoyed our stay.
After checking in we proceeded to the site. The roads were really small and the turns were fairly tight. We we arrived at the site, it was occupied. So we navigated back to the office. The individual sites are individually owned, and the owner of the site we had been given decided to stay and didn't tell the management. So the management scrambled to find us another site. After about 45 minutes they gave us another one. We drove to the site only to find this owner washing black tank materials off of the pad. She indicated that she pulled out before she had finished dumping so that we could have the spot. The site stunk like, well you can imagine. So back to the office we went. The staff was gracious and apologized for all of the hassles we had. The manager met with us and offered us an overflow site for one night at no charge. Since it was spring break and nothing else was available we took him up on it. The next day we moved into an "ocean side" site. You can't see the ocean but access to the beach is fairly easy. This is a typical full time RV park. We won't go back there.
A small but nice park about 4.5 miles from I-75. The sites are good size. There are no shaded site, but this is a nice place to stay for a one night stopover. With our Passport America discount we paid $16 for 50 amp electric, sewer and water. We picked up a lot of love bugs on our windshield on the drive from Florida. The owner told us to use as much water as we needed to get them off. We thought that was pretty nice. There is also a golf course.