Our first time staying in a RV "Resort." Has nice pools, big sites, was very clean and had no speed bumps! Very nice people at check-in and during our entire stay. There are citrus trees galore. It is located in a not so nice part of town (surrounded by razor wire), but you would never know it while in the resort because of how big and nicely landscaped the facility was. Was easy off and on the freeway. We would totally stay here again.
Nice pictures and reviews led us to this RV Park. Our "pull thru" site was on the side entrance to the park and it literally was on the road. Literally. We could not put out the awning, let alone use our outside gear like a BBQ or chairs. We could not even put out an entry carpet to wipe feet on as it would have been run over. Worse yet, you could not open the front door without checking to see if a vehicle was coming. The only saving grace with the super nice camp host. The campground was all graveled, not one tree in site and designed very poorly. A Wal-Mart parking lot would have been better.
I read the reviews and saw the photos online so was very excited to stay at this park. Imagine my dismay when we pulled in and our site and all of the other pull through sites were right next to a cemetery. I will be honest, it was a little creepy. Our site was incredibly unlevel so our jacks had the front wheels of our motorhome about a foot off the ground. The roads and site were covered with very loose gravel making it hard to walk on or ride a bike. Very limited shade is being generous on the amount of trees. We arrived late so we checked in the next morning and the guy behind the counter was a total sourpuss. The sites were generous in size. It was designed nicely to provide a graveled, partially fenced "patio" that would allow privacy from the neighbors. Unfortunately, the layout did not allow you hook up to utilities, or to use the patio area: for it was not by the front door. We do not plan on staying here again.