This is a big campground with some very long pull through sites. Very spread out with a number of trashy units. Services are very good and the site we have appears to have all new hookups. Appears to be quite a few activities including fishing and swimming. Seems like the favorite activity is riding around in golf carts or in trucks. Access to the campground is very steep and requires a tight turn between fixed posts. All roads are dirt and there was quite a lot of dust in the pull thru section. Sites a very long but are sloped both front-to-back and side-to-side. Worse yet, the sites have coarse stone that a heavy unit sinks into making leveling a project..in my case I was only able to level by locating a spot that was quite far from the services.. I could not put my jacks down because that lifted my front wheels off the ground. In my opinion, transient section of this campground is best for small units or towed campers but not for large motor homes. I would not return.
This is a great park situated very near the French Quarter of New Orleans. Easy access from I-10. Wide streets with wide, paved back-in sites. Very good services well placed. Very clean. Good Wi-Fi with a strong signal. High wall surrounding the campground gave you a feeling of security. Constant sirens but you get used to them. We walked everywhere from the park and never felt threatened. We never walked at night, however. Easy walk to the Riverfront from here. No shade. We had a wonderful week here. Many great restaurants. Be sure to go to Magazine Street and eat at Domenica Pizza. The roasted cauliflower is wonderful! Also, stop at Sucre' for a gelato milkshake.
We stopped here on our way to New Orleans. Easy access from I-59/20. Transient area has wide gravel roads and sites. Many pull-through sites. Campground is stretched out along JVC Road and is long and narrow. No shade. I didn't check the Wi-Fi. Our site had a concrete pad on both sides so you didn't have to walk through dirt before entering the unit. Good services well placed. Everything I want in an overnight campground. Nothing fancy but I would definitely stay here again if I was passing through.
This is a nice park located close to I-95. Very friendly personnel in the office provided an escort to our site. Excellent services. No problem with trees or branches although the road could use some repairs. Some highway noise. Close to Hess Wilco Fuel Stop. We had a problem and had to have the motorhome towed to the local Cummins dealer in Jacksonville. KOA people were very kind and did everything they could to help us even though the unit sat directly on the exit road for most of the day. I would definitely return.
Price is three month rate but does not include electric of about $2 a day. We have been here since November of 2012 and thoroughly enjoy this park. Many park models here but plenty of spaces left for transients. Our site is very level and faces a row of pleasant park models. Palm tree lined streets add a tropical feel. All roads are paved. All sites are grass and a few offer concrete pads for your picnic table. Services are excellent although some sites require long connections for water and electric. Cable and phone are available thru BrightHouse and WiFi thru either BrightHouse or TengoNet. Very quiet at night except for a train which passes about a mile away. Park is located in rural area with orange groves on one side of park and pine trees on the other. Pleasant town of Dade City about 2 miles away and close to Zephyrville with its excellent Super Walmart for shopping. Extremely friendly people. We are planning to stay here again next winter.
Price reflects KOA discount. Not far off I-75 on a narrow country road. Interior camp roads are paved while sites were gravel. We had a pull-through site which was fairly level and plenty long enough for my 36' RV and toad. Services were adequate and spaced just right. Limited cable TV channels and too many trees to allow satellite to work. Interior roads were easy to maneuver with no branches or limbs to obstruct access. Very friendly staff and owners. A few wretched-looking permanent campers but this seems to be standard anymore. Quiet at night. Well lit. I would definitely stay here again.
We had plans to spend the winter here but personal problems prevented an extended stay. The owners were nice enough to provide a refund for the time not used on our deposit. Overall, I liked this campground. Facilities were clean, all sites were concrete, all services worked well. The sites were small, however, and required you to line up the left side of your RV on the very edge of the pad thus placing the shrubbery under the slideouts once extended. Even under these conditions my car would not fit alongside my motorhome and had to be parked cross-wise in front. Access to the campground is very easy off city streets and all interior roads are paved and easy to maneuver even with larger units. Pull through sites have a little more slope than is necessary resulting in a few units with their rear wheels off the ground once jacks were dropped. Very quiet at night except for an occasional train. I would definitely return.
I thought this park was one of the worse I have ever visited. I am becoming very disappointed in the KOA brand. Off the beaten path on winding, narrow roads. The campground looks bad. Poor paving and narrow gravel roads. We had a pull through site that was level but I felt compelled to unhitch my toad before attempting to make the turn needed to gain access to the site. Services were fine and people were nice but not suitable for large motorhomes towing. I would not return.
What a great campground! We had a site facing the river and really enjoyed the experience. Beautifully maintained with all concrete pads and paved roads. Nicely landscaped. Pleasant view across the river. Good services including cable. All back-in sites. Located about 3 miles off I-40 right behind the Smokies Mountain Knife Works. About 20 miles to the entrance to Great Smokies Mountains. Stayed longer than we had planned.
This was our first time here. We needed a stopover on our way home from the Smokies and the reviews all sounded great. This is an OK campground but I probably won't stay here again. It is several miles off the interstate on decent road. The registration is on a steep hill and, if cars are blocking the the road near the office, you are forced to park sideways on a fairly steep hill. Yikes! Campground was practically empty so there were many sites were available. We were led to a pull through about half-way up the mountain. No problem getting level. Lots of stone walls and trees to avoid. All gravel roads and fairly steep. Very quiet. No TV of any kind. Good services otherwise. When you leave you are forced to exit through a stone arch of all things. I had visions of my AC unit being scraped off but fears proved groundless. Overall an OK experience but not one that I would care to repeat.
We stayed here during the week to enjoy the late autumn colors. The campground was very quiet. There was good water pressure and power (50A). There is a good selection of channels on cable TV. The many shade trees prevented satellite reception. The shared hook-ups are annoying but the park was mostly empty so it wasn't a big deal. The large rig sites had too much slope and would require blocking for sure. There are nice people in the office. Unfortunately there is a hair-raising exit on Route 100 north-bound with a blind curve on your right hiding high speed traffic. The campground roads and sites need additional gravel to keep mud under control.
This is a very nice campground located far enough off the interstate that road noise is minimal. Level, gravel sites and gravel roads with sufficient space for maneuvering and slides. Good services well spaced. Very nice owner with a great attitude. Overall a very pleasant overnight stay.
We stayed here for 5 nights while visiting Las Vegas, Death Valley, and the Hoover Dam. We had a premium site which was exactly that. A view of Lake Meade, nicely landscaped and entirely paved. Good utilities well located. Very pleasant neighbors and nice office staff. All sites are back-in and the management leads you to your site. Escort noticed a few tree limbs contacted my coach so they immediately pruned them. Close to downtown Boulder City and Hoover Dam. A very pleasant stay. Easy to find using GPS address input. There were a few sites less desireable than ours with views of a storage area or next to less-than-desireable seasonals, but nothing that would ruin your stay. I would definitely return.
This park was adequate for us for 5 nights. If you are looking for landscaping or paved sites, then this is not for you. Nice easy turns and good services. Some rough-looking seasonals. Close to the rodeo grounds and the RR crossing for the train to the Grand Canyon. Gravel roads and sites. Trees looked like they were bombed. Not a nice residential area but we never had any trouble. Visited the Grand Canyon, Sedona, and Williams while here. I would probably stay here again if I couldn't find anything more attractive.
We stayed here 4 nights while we visited Mesa Verde and Arches National Parks. Campground is all gravel roads and sites. Some shared services but it didn't affect water pressure or power. Friendly people in the office led me to my pull-through site. A near-by park could be accessed by foot to make a pleasant evening walk. Huge enclosed dog run. Easy access to town and groceries. Our site had a nice view of Mesa Verde. I would definitely stay here again. Located close to Durango and the famous Durango / Silverton RR.
I rate this park quite high because it met all my requirements for an overnight stay. Easy access, no need to disconnect the toad, good services, and friendly staff. Nice, wide sites and easy turns makes for a trouble-free experience. All gravel roads and sites. First time I ever saw jackrabbits! I would definitely stay here again.
Rate reflects a 10% KOA member discount. We found this campground to be quite acceptable for the area. Based on what I saw of the other campgrounds in the area, this was the best. Close to Bryce Canyon. Far from Zion. Gravel roads with some trees. Narrow sites but sufficient to allow slides. Services were adequate. Nice people in the office led you to your site. Town has a small grocery store and restaurant. Overall, a pleasant stay.
Rates reflects 10% KOA discount. Paved interior roads with speed bumps. Heavily treed but well trimmed. We had a gravel pull through site which was ample for our 38 foot RV with toad. The view from our site was of a row of very run-down permanents. Services were acceptable with good water pressure, good 50 amp electric, and cable TV. My biggest complaint would be the very tight curve I had to navigate when leaving. Worse yet, they had placed a line of steel posts inside the curve to keep people from driving on the grass. Outside the curve was a steep drop-off. Otherwise, an OK campground. I would probably look elsewhere before returning.
We stayed here for one night only. Has good gravel roads and sites with heavy tree cover. Easy turns. They made a long pull-through site for me by blocking the road behind me allowing my toad to remain in the camp road. Adequate electric, water, and cable TV. Very close to I-40. I can't imagine how tent campers could sleep here.
I was disappointed in this park. I expected more after reading all the positive reviews. The Starlite has good power and water pressure and a very nice view from the Plateau, but the campground could not accommodate a large motorhome readily. Camp roads are narrow and trees were not maintained when we were here, resulting in a bad scratch above my awning. Roads are a mixture of asphalt on the hills and dirt/gravel on the flat. Hill to the top is steep. Owner was fixing potholes while we were here. Cable TV would be nice. Too many unkempt seasonals. Transient sites sit mostly on the top of the campground in the Plateau areas. All are back-in and those in the front require maneuvering on a road close to the edge of steep hill. Pool was not open when I was here. Plenty of poison ivy to be seen. Very dark at night. Located several miles off Rt 322 on narrow country roads. Plenty of other campgrounds near Lancaster that are easier to access. Too much money for what you get. I would not return.
I was not a happy camper here. I was given a pull-thru FHU site made up 2 sites situated back-to-front. These sites are on top of a high hill. Access to these sites is on a narrow, rough dirt road in heavy woods. Road curves up around the back of the hill for perhaps 400 yards (seemed farther since you must travel at a snail's pace). Once up on top, site required boards to allow coach to level without lifting wheels off the ground. Water pressure was low and some cable channels were fuzzy. Campground should not assign these top-of-hill sites to large motorhomes without warning you first. Not a good experience. I would not return.
A very nice park easily accessible from Route 15. Price reflects Senior Discount. Paved roads and back-in sites. Services were located fairly far behind my coach requiring my longest water hose and 25' of sewer hose. Minimal shade but a nice wide pad including a picnic table and fire pit. Nice view of the lake. Close to Wellsboro and the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon. A very nice experience.
Nice park located close to I-95 right on the Florida border. Stayed here overnight on our way to Disneyworld. We had a full-hookup site with plenty of room for the motorhome and the toad. Good water pressure and electric. Easy turns within the park. Gravel site. Nice, shaded park. Permanent sites near the back of the campground are a little seedy but not a problem and can't be seen unless you take a walk around the park. Friendly staff helped me with a low tire pressure problem by bringing a compressor to my site. Thanks! Nice having a Hess truck stop at the same exit. Price was a little high and includes the KOA discount. Even so, I would definitely stay here again.
Good campground located close to I-95. We just stayed for one night. Rustic campground with plenty of pine trees for shade. Some palms in the park too. No chance of receiving a satellite signal but our site had cable and it was excellent with a great number of channels. Good water pressure and good voltage. Excellent Wi-Fi signal. Sites were a little uneven and were composed of thin gravel on dirt. My site was long and easily fitted my motorhome with the car attached. My concrete "patio" pad was broken into a hundred pieces but still supported a picnic table. I didn't use it so it didn't matter to me. Nice wide turns on the roads but a little more gravel on the roads would be useful. Some of the roads had larger potholes. Lots of culverts and ditches throughout the park require attention when driving. Well lit at night. Friendly, helpful staff. Overall a good experience. I would stay here again.
It is a pleasant park with plenty of space between you and your neighbors. We had a pull-thru site near the back of the park and found it very level and well-graveled. Golf cart escort to the site is always welcomed. There is a good location for all services and excellent wi-fi. There are some permanent sites but they were not too shabby. It is an easy drive from the interstate. We stayed 2 nights and spent quite a while at the Custer Battlefield.The IGA grocery in town has most things you would need for life-on-the-road. The only irritation, office staff said we could wash the bugs off the front of the RV (which it definitely needed) but the roaming staff made us stop when he saw what we were doing. Get your story straight, staff. Other than that, it was a nice place to stay.
A nice campground with easy access to the interstate. There is good location for services and a nice, level site. It is a pleasant park with plenty of campers moving in and out. There are some shade trees scattered about making a park-like atmosphere. It is about 3 miles to the town of Mitchell via back roads so we drove in to see the famous Corn Palace. A Pilot truck stop is nearby in Mitchell if you need diesel. There is a nice Walmart in town where we stocked up on groceries. I would stay here again if in the area.
We stayed here for one night and wished we could have stayed longer. We had a nice, shady pull-through site with plenty of room on both sides so as not to feel cramped. A golf cart escort to the site was nice. Be aware that this campground requires you to drive part way through the Badlands National Park if you are coming via I-90. There are well located services including wi-fi at the office. It is a very pleasant campground. All sites were level and well-graveled. Be sure to visit the Wall Drugstore as part of your experience here. I would not hesitate to stay here again.
We stayed here for a week over the 4th of July and we loved it. We had a 50 amp /full hook-up site which we had to back into. It was well-graveled with plenty of grass separating us from our neighbors. Level site with good location for services. No cable and definitely no AT&T cell phone signals. Wi-Fi in the club house. Nice people in the office. They charge $10 if you want to wash your RV and $5 to wash your car. Worth the money. Very close to the entrance to Custer State Park. Town of Custer is close by and it has a nice grocery and several hardware stores. Very quiet at night. Seemed to be always full to capacity. I would definitely stay here again.
We stopped here just for the night. There is easy access to I-80 although there was little highway noise. The site was level with adequate room allowing the toad to remain hitched. It is a nice touch having windscreen around the picnic table. There are practically no trees or shrubbery (or grass for that matter). The pool was small and kept covered due to wind blowing dust and dirt all over. There are very friendly people at the desk. We had good connections and good wi-fi. It is not a destination campground, although there were a few seasonal campers, but fine for the night. I would stay here again.
We stopped here for a single night. We had a long pull-thru near the south (open) end of the park. Services were fine and well-located except for the sewer which, at first, I thought was my neighbors. There was a narrow pad with less-than-adequate gravel. There are some seasonal sites but they were nicely maintained. It is nothing special here but ok for overnight and close to the interstate. The price reflects KOA member discount.
What a gem! Price reflects Good Sam discount. We stopped here twice on our latest trip. Long pull-through sites with 50 amp / full hook-up for this price. No cable. Easy access behind the cafe / service station (diesel available). Well graveled roads and wide, open, level sites. Well kept lawns. Services well located. Very close to I-80 so noise could be a factor, but our A/C drowned it out while we slept. Wi-Fi available in the cafe. They offer great burgers and hard ice cream at reasonable prices. We have relatives near-by and stayed 4 nights altogether. Very pleasant. Much nicer and half the price of the KOA we stayed at the previous night. Shaded lots are available but not with full hook-up. Great for easy on/off I-80. Would definitely stay here again.
We were glad to find a campground with a pull-thru so I can't complain much. We got the last pull-thru site available. The site had been occupied by a large coach earlier but found to be unsuitable for him so we got it. We could not level our 38 foot motorhome using all our boards. What a pain! Muddy, narrow site was deep in the park. Nice staff led us to the site. Good facilities. Didn't try the WiFi. No cable (for $43 a night?). I probably would not stay there again.
This is a very large campground in heavy woods with a steep, windy road leading to the premium sites. We stayed during the week and received a discount reflected in the price. Nice people at the office. No activities going on while we were there. Our site was a very large back-in with a nice table and fire ring. No pull-through sites that I saw. All roads and sites are thin gravel except the main road which is paved. Services were located correctly. Water pressure was high and power (50A) was within acceptable range. Both swimming pools looked great but we didn't use them as it was very cold. Some seasonals but they are in a different section and appear well maintained. A few sites had loads of poison ivy growing in the immediate area. A nearby puppy mill can be heard when everything is quiet. Trees could use a trimming as I dragged one over my awning when leaving. Plenty to do in the area and nice places to eat. I would stay here again.
We stayed here while warranty work on our motorhome was being discussed, so there was actually no charge for the site. We spent one night dry-camping on the runway then 2 more at a full hook-up site. No charge for one night if you are taking the Tiffin plant tour. Free Wi-Fi but no cable. Very dusty and dirty. You can't really sit out because of the dust but you can't complain because of the cost. Few restaurants in the area but there is a Piggly Wiggly supermarket about a mile away.
Price reflects Good Sam discount. This is a well-maintained campground bordering Alabama Route 72. It is OK for an overnight stop. There are all gravel roads and sites with some longer ones allowing you to keep your toad attached when you set-up. All sites look to be quite flat. TV Cable costs extra, but minimal trees allow the use of satellites. There is free Wi-Fi but signal was weak in some out-lying campsites. There are some seasonals but nothing unsightly. Highway noise was irritating and never let-up. Personnel in the office were very friendly. There were no restaurants nearby. Highway noise keeps me from giving a higher grade.
This is a great park for an overnight stop. Close to both I-81 and I-77. Separated from the interstates by a nice-sized hill, traffic noise is minimal. Flat, long pull-through sites allow you to keep your toad attached when you set-up. Sites are gravel. There are a few trees but not enough to provide real shade although I was unable to use my satellite. No matter, as there were plenty of cable channels. Property borders on pasture land with plenty of cattle. There is a little pond for fishing and plenty of room to walk. There is friendly personnel in the office. Many restaurants and gas stations are within a few miles drive. Overall, this was a pleasant experience. I would definitely stay here again.
Very nice park. We camped here with a rally. Paved interior roads. Heavily shaded sites with plenty of room. Mostly back-in sites. Very nice pool area although pools were closed when we were there. Many seasonals but very well kept. Very helpful personnel both in the office and in the field. Great selection of channels on cable and strong Wi-Fi. A very pleasant experience overall.
Nice park. Price reflects KOA discount. Close to L.L. Bean and Freeport. We stayed here 3 nights. We had a pull-thru site behind the office in the open field. Level site on gravel with grass between sites. Plenty of room. No trees in the big-rig area so no problem maneuvering. Free wi-fi but signal quality varied. Great hook-ups well situated. Very friendly staff. Nice pancake breakfasts on Saturday and Sunday. Pool was closed for the season. Very quiet with owner on premises. Six miles of state roads leading to the campground are rough, so be prepared for a slow drive. Worth the effort. We would stay here again.
Price reflects Good Sam Discount. I was expecting great things from this park based on previous write-ups. We had a site in the Hundred Acre Woods. I have a 37 foot motorhome with a toad. Roads were dirt with small potholes and rocks showing. Extremely tight turn onto the lane my site was on forced me to disconnect toad while on a sharp turn. Not easy. Pull-thru site was dirt. Site was very off-level forcing me to use all my wood blocks to set up. Only spot on the site that I could use to set-up required me to use 30 foot of sewer hose. Sewer hose ran uphill. Very secluded site with fire ring and table. Dirt site with copious rain made everything a mess. I would not return.
Recent reviewer is spot on when describing the facility. Well-graveled roads and wide, gravel sites. Great WiFi and cable. Well laid-out sites for motorhomes. We had a back-in site that was large enough for the 37 foot motorhome, the toad, and a 10x10 tent. Helpful staff. Many, many rules so be ready for a laundry list of do's and don'ts. My only issue was the very tight turns and narrow roads needed to access the large rig sites. Overall, a nice campground.
Very nice park with big sites. Gravel pads and roads. We had a full hook-up, back-in site. No Wi-Fi or cable. Very scenic near the discharge of the dam. Nice town with groceries nearby. Price reflects Golden Passport rate. Plenty of steep hills and sharp curves on the roads to the town of Confluence. Visited Fallingwater and Shanksville while here. Alleghany Portage bike trail runs thru the town. Walk to nice trout fishing water. Definitely enjoyed our stay.
This is an OK park located on the side of a hill. Sites are located on rows of terraces. Gravel roads and site pads. I had a pull-through site but it was so uneven that I couldn't leave my toad attached to the motorhome. Gravel bed was so narrow that I had to dig out a cavity in the dirt to allow my steps to extend completely. I had a full hook-up site. The water and cable were on a shared post with the right-hand neighbor while the sewer and power were on the left side of the rig. I had to run water and cable under the motorhome to make attachments. Power was OK but sewer connection required 25 feet of hose. Looked like the rig was on life-support! Neighbors fire ring was 5 feet from my RV. Plenty of noise from near-by I-80. Mostly smaller campers and pop-ups here and campground was at near capacity. As I was leaving, one fifth-wheel owner had left his truck attached to his rig and the truck was sticking out in the street. This forced me to squeeze between his bumper and the next terrace. Inches to spare. I would have thought the management would ask him to disconnect but it did not. Close to State College, I will probably go back unless I find something better.
This is my kind of park. Long pull-through sites with full hook-up. Services spaced correctly. Our site was 100 feet long. Flat site with gravel base. No cable. No Wi-Fi. Plenty of channels on the antenna. Nice, tall trees spaced to provide some shade. No shrubbery to provide privacy but sites are wide. Good water pressure and good voltage. Not much for kids to do here but for us retired war babies, it was perfect. Park was nearly empty when we were there. Close to Frankenmuth. Close to I-75. Eat at Zehnders for great chicken lunch or dinner.
We stayed here one night in a pull-thru site. Premium site with full hook-up included a nice concrete pad and charcoal grill. Nice space between the sites. Excellent cable service. I didn't try the Wi-Fi. Services were spaced OK but I needed plenty of sewer hose to reach the drain. No overhead branches but the campground has plenty of boulders located at the corners of all the sites causing headaches when pulling in or out of your site. I saw that a few of the boulders had been moved to enhance movement. Close to a county road and to I-80/I90 but noise was not a factor for us. Friendly camp workers and staff. If you follow their directions from I-80/90, there is a RR crossing that will cause you some real damage if you don't slow to a crawl when you come to it. My experience just rearranged all my clothing and dishes but the camp-worker said another camper actually broke his hitch receiver when he hit this obstacle. I asked the KOA people why they didn't warn customers about this or change the route taken but they claim the KOA website simply hasn't added the warning.
Price reflects KOA member discount. We had a pull-thru site but it was too short to allow our toad to remain hitched although there was room to park it across the back of the rig. The site was slightly off level requiring boards to be placed under the one front wheel to allow the wheel to remain on the ground once the levelers were lowered. Site was loose gravel and sand. Picnic table and fire ring were provided. Some low trees & shrubs between the sites allowed minimal privacy. Many tall trees providing plenty of shade so satellite reception might be a problem. Services were located conveniently. No problem with overhead branches. Wi-Fi was very slow. No cable but antenna reception was great on three channels. Very convenient to Mackinaw City and the Mackinac Island ferry companies would send a shuttle to pick you up at no charge. No view of the bridge. Very small playground and pool. Limited supplies in the store. Helpful staff. I would stay here again.
We spent 3 nights here at site H24. This is a premium site right on the lake at the north end of the park. My view of the lake was blocked by trees. Pad was gravel. Roadways inside the park are black-top with easy curves. Wi-Fi was not available. Cable was non-functioning. No phone modem at my site. Narrow causeway leading out to the campground. Park was essentially empty with only a dozen rigs scattered around. Most of them appeared unoccupied. Trees in the park appeared to have been damaged from ice storms since many lacked tops. Some old buildings scattered around with some evidence of modest re-building taking place. Small pool. Very windy and plenty of rain for the 3 days. Wind did not keep the bugs away. Clouds of small, non-biting bugs swarmed about us each day. Wind only moved them to the downstream side of the motorhome. Each day I had to hose down the rig to minimize the number of bugs that would enter the coach when the door was opened. So many bugs were present that outside activities around the picnic table were impossible. Not much to do here if you are not fishing or boating. We met some friends here and spent the days touring at Sacketts Harbor and Alexander Bay where we ate at several good restaurants. Henderson Harbor itself has no restaurants that I saw. There were no activities at the campground as it was off-season. Rate of 54 dollars reflects a 20 percent off-season rate. I would probably not stay here again but would look for something nearer to Alex Bay.
Campground is huge! Our site was beautifully landscaped on the end of a row in Dogwood Acres. Concrete pad with sand area and grill in the back. Back-in site but quite wide and easily negotiated turns. Immaculate bath house. Very quiet CG. Buses traveled throughout the Disney facility and to all parks so no tow vehicle was needed however, bus travel is slow so patience is required to get anywhere. Very nice pool near the market with plenty of kids' activities. Nice view of the Magic Kingdom fireworks from the marina but it would be nice to hear the music that accompanies the show. I would rate this a 10 except for the outrageous charge of $10 a day for internet and the lack of cable. Overall however, a pleasant week.
We stayed here on a recent trip to Florida. Very flat, shady drive-thru site near the office. Good location for utilities but trees were very close on the sides requiring us to move motorhome a little in order to get the slides out. Many seasonals but very well kept. Tight turns within the CG but not a problem if driven slowly. Very close to I-95 but we were not troubled by traffic noise. Good WI-FI where we were located. A very pleasant CG.
We stayed here twice on a recent trip to Florida. Very friendly staff leads you to your site. Tight turns and steep hills within the campground but my 37' motorhome handled them easily. My site (no. 25) was a little uneven but levelers could compensate. Great cable and Wi-Fi. Water pressure was very high but no trouble. Fire ring was close to the RV but it rained both times we stayed so we never had the chance to use it. Utilities well located. Trash cans located near each site. Shower rooms were very clean. Public roads leading to the CG are narrow and winding but little traveled allowing you full use of the road. Would stay here again without question.