Nice park as others said, but be aware there is NO sign on Dillon Dam Road. You can see the sign about 100' down the road as you pass it up. There is a turn-around at the dam but it is tight for a 45' motorhome. And we were in site C-27 that is supposed to be 65' but my 45' motorhome barely fits, and the site is too narrow to fit my truck alongside the motorhome. So it is parked in overflow parking about 1/4 mile walk.
Stayed here 1 night while passing through. Easy access from the north. But leaving to head south we had to cross 2 railroad tracks that was gravel and had big potholes. Grass hadn't been cut in quite a while, was almost a foot tall! Concrete sites were angled but very narrow. Rear wheels had to go on grass to get on site with our 45' RV. Same pulling out. They are now a Yogi Bear campground.
Campground had just opened for the season and we were the first in. Entry for our 45' RV was tight but doable. There are only a few sites for a big rig. WiFi was not working but being worked on. Verizon was 3G and AT&T was very weak at our site. Nice quiet location for a weeks stay.
What others said. Quick access to I-40. OK for overnight. Rundown and for sale. Lots of construction workers. Had 50 amp but had to stretch cable across to adjacent site. Didn't use water or sewer. Passport America rate $19.50 for one night. Tight site for 45', didn't open slides. Wi-Fi didn't work, Verizon 3G didn't connect to Internet. Surprisingly had strong AT&T signal. Site was level and quiet since we were on back side.
Small campground, 1.5 miles to Cedar Key, making it an easy walk to great locally owned restaurants. This is on the bay, not the Gulf, but really nice. Great spot for sunsets. Spots are tight, our 39' RV fit but anything larger might be tough. Real friendly people in the campground and locals in town. Price was weekly rate for 10 days.
We stayed in the gated Class A only section. Very large sites, great clubhouse. Wi-Fi was not working the week we were here. We could never log on. Would come here again, BUT make sure you have a really good water filter. The water has a strong sulfur smell and by the end of the week we couldn't wait to leave. Other than the water, it is a really nice resort. This section could easily handle 45' coaches + toad parking. This rate was Passport America 1/2 price for 7 days.
We stayed here for two weeks, then one night while we put our motor home in storage here. Nice campground but a few caveats: Sites are not level. It takes some work to get level. Not many 50 amp sites ($5/night extra). If you're with Thousand Trails you make a reservation with them then have to call the campground direct to reserve a 50amp site. When you arrive you are told to drive around and pick a site (if you've reserved 50 amp they give you a list of sites available) so there may be a few RVs driving through the four areas looking for sites. Better to drive around in your toad. Wi-Fi is only available in the clubhouses; not broadcast throughout the park. Other than these items we enjoyed our stay and will return.
Small, quiet, clean, great wifi, good cell phone. Mostly long term friendly people. Mild road noise outside, no noise inside. Level sites. Price is + electricity. $150/month + elect. Typical gravel sites with picnic table. No bathrooms or laundry.
Sites were somewhat out of level, but workable, roomy, covered picnic table. We were in site #19. Sewer connection was higher than should be for good drainage. Wifi not usable at site but good at Interpretative center nearby. Cell Phone good at top of Skyline Drive.