We spent 5 nights here with a camping group and everyone really enjoyed the park. Everything is neat and well kept, staff was extremely helpful and friendly. We stayed the weekend of the "pig-picking" and had a great BBQ dinner provided by the owners. This is a great place to get away, quiet and off the beaten path. There were some permanent trailers, but they looked well kept and neat. We plan to go back.
Spent an overnight here. Owners very friendly and helpful. We were at the very front of the park, so highway noise pretty noticeable. Grass/gravel sites, but level and well maintained. We would stay here again.
Nice park, staff was friendly and helpful for the most part. Our site was not level front to back or side to side. It is convenient to the "strip" and yet far enough out to be very quiet. Everything worked as advertised and stay was pleasant. I think "America's Best" is a stretch, but we would stay here again.
This was not what I expected from a KOA, even after reading the past reviews. It is very urban, very tight, very noisy. A lot of permanent units, most seemed to be working folks, coming and going at various times. My biggest complaint is beyond the park's control, but the traffic helicopters start passing over every few minutes about 7 AM. Not sure I would stay here again.
I was a little disappointed in this campground. I expected more for the price. We were on a pull-through in the middle of the park and sites were very close. All roads and sites are gravel and need to be re-surfaced, mostly just dirt now. Some sites really needed mowing. No cable, Wi-Fi worked but was slow. Over all, it was just OK. Not sure I would recommend it.
We spent a week here while we explored the area. The "T" shaped sites are a bit of a problem, but they put us on a T by ourselves. The sites on the west end of the campground are really in the shadow of the roller coaster in Dutch Wonderland, but surprisingly, the noise from the park was not a problem. It's there, but it didn't bother anybody I talked to. Park is clean and well maintained, staff is great. This was our first time here, but group we went with has stayed here every year for last 15 or so years. I would go back anytime.
This park is now Osprey First in Florida RV Park, but everything else is the same as previous reviews. Wi-Fi still broken. Our concrete pull-through site was long enough that we didn't unhook for the one night we spent here. Sites are VERY close together, but it is a good place to stop for one night. Easy on and off interstate, long sites, decent price. I would stop here again.
We stayed on the street side of the park, sites were average for Florida, but tight to get into. We and our friends were both pulling 34' travel trailers. Staff had us unhook at entrance and they parked us both with a tractor. I am comfortable parking my trailer, but I would have never gotten it into our space using our crew-cab truck. Staff was great, park was clean, lots of permanent residents. Oceanside spaces were very tight, but you look right out on the gulf. Wi-Fi is expensive. We really enjoyed our stay, but this was our first trip to the area. Might shop around next time.
We camped here for three days at the end of April. The campground was basically deserted, so it just seemed like a big empty field. The bathrooms were clean but nothing special. As a previous poster said, the water is terrible, we couldn't drink it. Staff was friendly and helpful. With extra charges for cable TV and our pet, cost was $66 a night. I guess that is reasonable for the area, but park didn't live up to my image of a "World Class RV Resort." All in all, we would probably stay here again.
This park is apparently a popular spot for locals to spend a few days, most of the vehicles here had Ohio tags. The majority of campers in our area were tent campers and pop-ups. Quite a few groups had rented 2 or 3 sites and set up small communities. The campground was very well maintained and it seemed like there was always a golf cart nearby with people cleaning up. The park was noisier than some just because of the large groups and the closeness of the sites. Everyone we talked to was friendly and pleasant. Bath houses were typical state park facilities, nothing fancy, but useful and reasonably clean. I would stay here again but would try to get a site on the perimeter of the area.