We stayed in this campground the night of July 4th. Our site, a 50 amp pull through, had low voltage (100) and we were unable to run any of our equipment for fear of burning them out. Low voltage was everywhere in the park but not as low as our site. The park management had numerous excuses for the low voltage and incorrect wiring at our site. The management took a ho-hum attitude concerning his voltage problem and when we asked for credit they promised to call; that was 2 weeks ago and we have heard nothing. No matter what we pay, we expect the park to furnish what they advertise not to risk burning up our expensive equipment for their gain. The park sites are tight and the campground isn't what we consider nice. We would not recommend this campground for large rigs requiring 50 amp.
This is not a destination park. It is very clean, has level, paved sites and is well maintained. There are no amenities except cable TV. There is easy access from I-35 and the park can accommodate larger rigs. Owner increased the nightly rate from $24 to pay for cable TV.
Cable TV is very poor: all snow. Park is lovely, sites are level and everything is paved. Access is very tight and difficult with two sharp turns. The turn off is dicey with obvious damage from previous rigs dropping their wheels off the corner. Park maintains they are working with city to get this corrected.
This is a very clean, totally paved, upscale park. It has wide, easily accessible, level sites. The location is in a questionable part of Biloxi. Access from the Gulf has narrow roads. Price is steep for the location.
This campground is a real sleeper: very clean, with paved, level, wide, sites. The front desk personnel were very nice and helpful. Was easy access to I-10 and the entertainment in Lake Charles. We definitely would stay here again.
Pricey park but lovely: sites were clean, paved and wide enough. Front desk personnel were very helpful and accommodating. The pool was heated to 86 degrees. The activities listed were amazing. The location gives easy access to all Ft. Myers and neighboring cities. Don't miss the entertainment and food at the Sandy Parrot, close by on 41.
Clean, paved, level, wide, landscaped sites and campground. Easy access to Tampa entertainment and Plant City: a must for the strawberry shortcake. Very nice and helpful front desk personnel. We would certainly stay in this campground again.
This is an "okay" campground for an overnight stay. It's in a rough neighborhood. The sites are grass, level and large, accommodating our 35 footer well. A real bargain with a Passport discount. We would not make this a destination park.
Tough turns getting to campground as well as in the park. Limited pull-through sites and there are many park model trailers. Our site was level and okay for our 35 footer, but the campground is on a slope. It's an old campground but okay for an overnight stay. Owner very friendly and helpful.