Wonderful quite park. We loved it so much we bought a seasonal for next year. This place is a great place tucked away in the woods. We were able to get our 40' 5th wheel in without a problem. There is no internet or cable... just the way we like it. The staff is nice and the place is well taken care of. Sites are large and grassy. Wonderful place we stumbled upon and can't wait for next year.
If it is the view of the ocean you are looking for, then there is no better. Our site was right there overlooking the ocean. Even though this place is right on A1A, it is quiet at night, The downfall?? You are packed in like sardines. They have the oceanfront sites set up that you and your neighbor are looking right at each other and sharing space. Great if you are camping with friends, but if not, then hopefully you have someone next to you that shows the same respect as you do in the space issue. The sites are not level so it might take a little time to level your RV. Bottom line: don't come here if you want to just hang out on your site. Come here for the view.
This campground brags about their rating with Woodall/Good Sam. Well they must have paid for that rating because it just doesn't match. This park is not one of the top parks in the country; we stay at enough of them to know. We paid premium prices and they stuck us in the back of the park. My view out my front door is the maintenance area where all day long they are running equipment and making all sorts of noise. I usually love to sit outside but the view of all the junk makes me sit inside. If this was the only site available, then fine but this park is only half full. There are a lot of permanent residents. Some keep their sites nice other do not. The one behind us prevents us from opening our back blinds since the view is all their junk. RVers beware. The cost of this park isn't worth it by a long shot. On the only one good note I could find, the pool was nice.
The only thing that this campground lacks in cable. The Wi-Fi is the best I have ever experienced while traveling... and it's free. There are exotic birds here that at 10 AM the lady comes out to teach you about them and lets you hold them. There are also monkeys... it's like having your own private mini-zoo. The beach is about a 15 minute walk. At night the island becomes very quiet. We are returning in April.
This is not a campground! These site are privately owned and decorated/designed by each owner. We stayed at lot 6 which was the most beautiful site we have ever stayed at. It truly was paradise. It had it's own Tiki hut that came with a deck over a lagoon, furniture, dishwasher, sink, fridge and TV. I never wanted to leave. It seems though, that there are two companies that rent these sites out on the owner's behalf. Both operate through similarly named websites. Seems one doesn't care for the other because on one they warned you about the other. I rented through one, not knowing there were two options at the time. Our stay was fantastic. They directed us to our site and got us in like pro's and were warm friendly people. The only thing I would say is if one company doesn't have what you want then try the other. I am not big on advertising one persons bad experience, especially since you only get one side of the story. All in all, this was a great place to stay while enjoying the Keys. If you can swallow the high price, you won't regret it.
Older park in a very busy part of town. Staff was very friendly but sites were small, internet you had to pay for and it wasn't all that great. A lot of permanent sites. Roads are EXTREMELY narrow so getting in and out can be tricky. A lot of road noise 24/7. If you just need a stop over, this is fine but definitely not a destination. As in being in a bad part of town, I don't judge by the "ethnicity" of my neighbors. I walked a few blocks to get my nails done and everything seemed fine to me.
If it is the beach access you are looking for, then this is the place. The ocean is right in your back yard. Although they keep the park clean, the roads are rough and narrow. There are a lot of permanent sites. The staff was efficient but not overly friendly. One thing I did not like is that during business hours the staff is around the park but once the office is closed everyone seems to go home. We had neighbors making noise until 4 in the morning. It started at 10:00 so had they at least monitored once after quiet hours they would have known of this problem. But there is no one that I could ever see after 6 pm. Also, if you are at the back of the park, you can forget about the Wi-Fi. It doesn't work there.
Fantastic place. It is so quiet here you could hear a pin drop. The sites are privately owned and rented out. They are some of the best we stayed at. There really isn't any Wi-Fi or at least spotty. This is not a "Family" campground which appealed to my husband and I. Clean, Quiet and Affordable... what else can you ask for?
People were really nice. You could tell this was a KOA at one time. The sites were small but OK. They just built a new building and I hope they continue with the improvements because they need to. The long term residents need to clean up there sites. One actually had a house recliner sitting in front of the Pop-up along with some other trashy looking stuff. Most of the long term residents sites are SUPER trashy. There really isn't much else in the Atlanta area so it works for a quick overnight stay.
I have stayed here before. It is always a stop over. They have a lot going for them with the lake, etc. BUT there are cottages farther back in the park which have people living in them, so early morning traffic going by your RV is extensive. Also this time when we pulled into our site, there were 4 piles of dog waste we had to avoid while setting up. Because of these things, I rated this low. The dog waste alone is unacceptable. They should be checking the sites.
Wonderful, clean, quiet RV park. Away from the traffic and noise. Sites were wide, road were wide and easy to get in and out of your site without having to worry. Everything was new and clean. These wasn't one thing I could say negative about it.
It is close to traffic so you do get some noise. Sites are nice and shaded. Nice and wide for larger RV's. One thing I didn't like was the internet. For one, you got one code. So if you and your mate has a computer, one of you will have to pay for it. Second, the connection was weak & slow. When we did ask about getting a second code, they told us it was one per day. So everyday you have to go up to the office to get another code. That was a pain. Plus it stinks to pay for a connection that doesn't work very well.
Nice campground away from traffic so it was nice and quiet. There was a pretty lake on the property. Sites were roomy and Internet was great which is important to my husband and I. A great location when if comes to site seeing also.
A nice little campground but not very good for big rigs. We have a 40' fifth wheel with 4 slides. They placed us on a very narrow site. We were able to put our slides out but not much more room. Another RV came in right next to us and put there slide outs out. Between ours and theirs, there was less then 4" between us. Talking about reach out and touching someone. The cable was not very good and had bad reception. We did notice there were some sites not so narrow and could not understand why they would put us where they did. We stayed here for 3 nights so it wasn't just an over night where they put you where they can.
New campground that just opened up In June 2008. If you want to RV & Golf, this is your place. You can pick up your golf cart right at the office and take a short ride up to the golf house to Tee Off. Nice regulation course. There is a small pond/lake that is catch and release and we caught Bass and Northern Pike. Sites are level and big rig friendly. Being this is a new park, everything is new. The 51 sites is phase one of three. Staff is very friendly and aim to please. We will come and stay again.
Location is great. BUT the price wasn't. There are a couple of other campgrounds right next door for less money. Other then that, the park was clean and easy to get around in. We stayed in the "deluxe" site which had a picnic table like all the other reg. sites, but we did get a fire thing which wasn't worth the money. Some of the sites had a table and chairs in the sites but not all. So either don't bother with the deluxe site, or make sure you get more then the other reg sites for your money.
This campground is all about location. It was a nice clean campground but expensive for what it had to offer other then location. It is within walking distance to Graceland, so if this is the main reason to visit Memphis, this is the place to Camp.
Nice campground in the woods. During one of the nights there were severe storms, and they were really wonderful at keeping you up to date if there was a problem. We were also told if there was a problem during the night, they will come to your RV and notify you. This was great. the campground was as nice as the people that run it.
Good location to downtown. We stayed here for over a week so we were put in the back of the park where people didn't move in and out as often. Internet was strong but not free. You had to pay for it. The park is an old KOA if I was to guess by the buildings. They fixed it up but when we were there the leaves from the past fall were still on the ground etc. Attention was needed in that area. If they would clean up that, it would make the park look nicer and better kept.
Great new campground. No tree's but lets face it, it is Amarillo where tree's are scarce. They landscaped it with rocks which is a nice touch. The sites are concrete and level which I love. The FREE laundry is a awesome perk. Everything was nice and clean. The WiFi was strong and fast. We have stayed at most of the parks in this city and this is by far the nicest one.
Nice quiet place. We were there in the off season so there weren't many people here but it was far enough off of the interstate to be quieter but close enough to get right on. Sites are all in the open but there is a nice pond on site for walks around it.
Over priced!! There are better campgrounds in the area cheaper. You are in a large field located on the back side of the airport. So planes start leaving at 7:00 in the morning. The trains also run all night. There is no traffic noise though since you are away from the highway. But my main complaint is the cost. I just booked a resort located on the other side of town for $33 a night that includes free laundry and adult spa etc. I think you get the point!!
Sites were okay but when we checked in their pipes were frozen. Not anticipating this, we asked if we could fill our gravity tank from somewhere. The office had running water, along with the laundry and shower house, but the lady who worked there said "no" they wouldn't let us fill up. Now, if you knew your lines were frozen, wouldn't you make sure there was another way for your customers to fill at least there gravity tank? Thank goodness this was just an overnight stop.
Mostly permanent sites. Owner said they are transients that work in the oil fields. You are placed out front were you are separated from the perms. You are right on the highway so there is traffic noise. There is a great weight room and the sites are level. We only stayed there for a night for a stop along the way.
Very new park. Nicely laid out. Each site has cement pad for easy leveling of your RV. There is a large pond with a fountain in the center of the park. There are some seasonal sites but you really couldn't tell. The laundry facility were large and clean. While doing your laundry you can go right into the rec. room. There you are in a large room with full glass windows that face the pond/lake. It is a very nice touch. They pop free popcorn & brew free coffee, nice comfy couches, large screen TV, game tables including a pool table. They even have a cabinet full of games you can play. The hot tub is in here as well. They do not have wireless internet but with a refundable deposit they give you a modem that gives you D.S.L. This is by far one of the nicer parks we have stayed in and we stay in a lot. Only one thing to be negative about. If you are placed along the row of sites (63 - 76) you are right next the a very busy highway. The traffic noise is very loud and constant. Trucks, cars and motorcycles etc. When building the park, they should have taken this in consideration and built a wall or something to help deaden the noise.
Pretty much your typical RV Park. The one thing that I absolutely hated was the fact that they allowed the golf carts on the board walk to the beach. There is not enough room for a person walking and a golf cart to pass. You either have to jump up on the railing or back step to a bench where you can stand on that to let them pass. In my point of view, they shouldn't allow this. It wasn't as if there were only one or two golf carts in the park either. There were a lot. The sites were nice and level thanks to the cement pads you parked on. The beach is a 5 minute walk tops from anywhere in the park. Clean and well kept. Free high speed internet which was nice also.
One of the better K.O.A.'s I have stayed in. There were plenty of trees. Some sites are close together and as the gentleman who escorted us to our site explained, the park is over 40 years old. Back then they didn't have R.V.'s this size. But it was a nice park.
Very nice people and the campground was clean and sites were level. It looks like they are adding more sites since there was water lines waiting to go in. For us, we use KOA's as a stop over not a camping destination and this one met our needs very nicely.
Perfect if you want to stay by the amusement park. There is one right around the corner. The campground was clean. We only used this for an overnight stop which is what we use most KOA's for. It was clean and the Internet was great.
Stayed here for 7 nights since we were taking our daughter to college in the area. It was a very clean "RV" park. The people were very friendly and when we had trouble with our new RV, they really tried to help in any way they could. This sites are mostly pull-through and plenty long. It isn't a "campground" but a "RV park". The one thing that I didn't like was the internet. My husband and daughter could get on fine but I couldn't. I could get a connection but couldn't sign on and when I did, it would boot me off. The campground owners told me that it happens sometime and gave me a number of their provider to call. After two phone calls to them, they finally told me it was my computer. WRONG. Since I would take it out of the campground to a cafe and have NO problems what so ever. And have now moved on to other campground and didn't have a problem. Internet was VERY important to me since I was still working. Maybe they need to upgrade to wireless "G" instead of the old fashion wireless "B". I have read some of the other reviews and I am not the first person to have this problem. So if internet is a priority, don't take your chances by staying here.
We decided to camp here after my brother gave it such high praise. The owners go out of their way to make you feel at home and that they are greatfull for your business. There are some seasonal sites but they are kept up and are clean without a lot of clutter. This is by far one of the quietest campground I have ever stayed in. There were some young children and teenagers but you would have never known it. There is a catch and release pond for fishing and an indoor pool. The area has a lot to offer even though we went just for some R&R. Boy did I ever get it!
Sites are very close together in the area we were in. It was pretty much gravel. Although there were more wooded sites. It was the location that had us stay here. You could travel to the beach or into Savannah. Staff was friendly. If you are looking to "camp", I wouldn't recommend it but if you are looking to "RV" then it is okay if you like your neighbors close.
If you want quiet, this campground has it. But it stops there. The grass hadn't been mowed in a long time. I did see someone out cutting it with a push mower but only did a small area. We picked this place because I wanted to be out of the "mainstream" of tourism. I did get that and enjoyed walking/biking to the lighthouse. We used our own shower/bathroom so I can't speak on that.
This is just a big lot and you are one on top of the other but the reason I gave this such high ratings is there location and how clean and safe it is and the location. There is a security guard on duty every night. You don't stay here to camp so being in close quarters really doesn't matter. It is just a place to park and rest your head after a long day in NYC. You can catch the ferry or take a short walk to the subway. It was perfect. We spent 3 nights here and each day ventured into the city both by ferry and subway. The ferry was a nice ride but expensive.
Great park to take the family. Although our site wasn't very big there were some larger. The bathrooms were kept clean. It is your typical state park which I am partial to because of the "plenty of trees." It was quiet and had PLENTY of hiking trails that were fun to hike. Some more hilly then others so the weak at heart beware. We went into the small town which was really neat. There were places to soak your feet or swim on a hot day in the river. We also went white water rafting which was amazing. We had such a blast. BEWARE when trying to get to this campground. Go to the web site and follow those directions. DO NOT try any other route as the road up from the other direction is extremely steep and isn't advisable if you are towing anything.