I definitely would not call this a resort. Sites are weedy and not very level. A few have very narrow cement parking pads. Picnic tables are old and unpainted. Poor AT&T signal, but Verizon worked fairly well. Internet was pretty good, though. Some had good TV with their cable, for others it was very snowy. A long way from anywhere in Savannah. Park really isn't worth the money, but you don't have a lot of choices here.
We stayed here as part of a group and rate was supposed to be a discount. Park is not bad, shady sites, some difficult to get in to, cable was decent, but WiFi left a lot to be desired. We couldn't get on at all the first afternoon and evening. Finally was able to connect, but it was slow, slow, slow. Took about 5 minutes for one page to load. Of course you don't have a lot of choices for rv parks in the Atlanta area.
Our site was right on the beach of Apalachacola Bay and price was a group rate. Great view, but didn't like the sandy sites and the wi-fi was terrible. We also couldn't get a clear tv picture with their cable for the networks. Probably would pick a different park if I came back here. Not much to do really.
We overnighted here on our way to Minnesota. A little close to the interstate, but handy. Nice shady area, wi-fi was very good. No personal care as owners were not there when we were there. Left a sheet with our reservation on it, and we put our money in an envelope to pay.
Lots of freeway noise. Gravel pads with lots of debris that gets tracked into your RV. Water pressure was terrible and internet was intermittent. Very poor campground for the money. We stayed as part of a group, so the rate was a 10% discount.
We stayed here as part of a rally with 27 rigs. The rally was organized in Nov. of 2010 and we were supposed to all be together near the lake. We were put on the north end away from the rest of the club and when we questioned it, she said it was because of our size. Lots of the units were the length of ours. People coming in later than us actually got the better sites. She acted like she didn't care. The wi-fi was sucky even though we were about six feet away from the antenna for the internet. It came and went the whole time we were there. She claims this is the first time it has done that. I doubt we will stay here again.
We stayed here 5/14 - 5/22 for a RV rally. They promise free Wi-Fi, but only some of us could get on the internet. We asked them to have it checked and they told us it was our computer that was the problem. I went to a nearby McDonalds and was able to connect to their free Wi-Fi without any problem. They didn't appear eager to correct the problem. So, if you don't care whether you can access the internet or not, then you could stay here. I wouldn't stay here again. Very expensive for what you get.
This is strictly an overnight only park. Sites are cement, but not very wide. Cable TV only has about 10 channels. You register for this park at a restaurant and the people there know nothing about anything to do with this park. Wouldn't recommend it.
We stayed here for a RV rally with 25 rigs. The Wi-Fi is satellite and the service was terrible. Most of us could not even use it the whole time we were there. There's no pool and no cable TV. For what they charged (group rate), I believe the campground needs to be upgraded. I definitely would not stay there again. Also, no air conditioned place to have our meetings and pot lucks. It was so hot and humid we thought we would die.
We stayed here one night on our way home. The only reason I didn't give it a 10 was due to the Wi-Fi not being very good. I could get on and get my emails, but could not bring up any pages on websites. It was also very slow. We were parked right across from the clubhouse, which had an antenna on it, so should have received very good signal. The park is lovely and when the trees get bigger, you will have some shade. Right now, you're right out in the hot sun, so need to use an awning, but there's so much wind in Amarillo, you're afraid to put it out! For the money, it's fabulous and right now, they have free laundry, which is unheard of in a RV park.
Since you are limited to only 3 campgrounds in this area, you don't have much choice. If you do make reservations here, make sure you don't get site C3. The cable was terrible, so snowy we could hardly see the picture. The wi-fi is also very iffy. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. We paid $3/extra for 50 amp, but could only run 1 ac and our volt meter still showed we were operating in the red, due to low voltage. They said it was because the city wouldn't improve the electrical wiring here. I would be very hesitant to stay here again. Gravel sites, and very dirty.
This KOA had been recommended to us, and it was very nice. The owners were super friendly and very accommodating. The pool was nice and well kept and the Wi-Fi worked great. The cable TV was also great. I'd highly recommend it to anyone.
Park was located conveniently next to I-35, but had no shade at all. Kind of out on the bald prairie so to speak! Did have good wi-fi, but could not get our satellite dish tuned in at all when we first got there. Came back later that night and was able to get it. This was unusual as there was nothing to block the signal at all! It's O.K. for an overnight stay.
Very small campground with few amenities. Only good for overnight stays. Pool was a joke, kind of like the one in the movie "Vacation." Their wifi worked very well though for such a small park. We have stayed there twice on our way to Colorado and the price was with Passport America.
We love the location, but the sites are not shady, they sit right out in the open. They are very busy though, as they are close to RMNP and Estes Park. Their wifi leaves something to be desired. We were right across the road from the bathroom where the antenna was located, and still had trouble getting connected. The pool is nice as well as the lodge. Think they take advantage though by charging $4/nite extra for over two people in the rv, and extra for 50 amp service. This is getting to be more common and I don't think it's right. You pay for a site with water, sewer and electricity. Most motels don't charge extra for your kids.
We loved the location and it is a nice park, but we don't like it that they make C2C members stay in the less desirable sites. The first few times we stayed there, we were allowed to stay in the nicer sites, then they started making us go to the farther sites that are hard to get our large rig in to. And the wifi leaves a lot to be desired for a pay wifi. You constantly have trouble getting on and staying on. You'd think they would come up with a better system.
We made reservations in Mar. 04 due to our being there during part of the bike rally. We paid $30/nite before the rally, then 38 after it started. We reserved two sites, one for our 33' 5th wheel, and one for our son's 26' toy hauler. We had to trade sites with him because ours was so unlevel. And, the sites are very close together. However, it is very shady, and very well located to all the tourist attractions. Coast-to-Coast rates it a 5* resort, but I don't feel it's that good. Not bad, though.