Sights are concrete large and level. We took my daughter to Tech orientation for 2 1/2 days and had towed a SUV plus jet/skis to continue on for the week. 50 amp service and nice little patio yards gave each site a nice roomy feel.Maneuvering around the campsite was a breeze due to plenty of space and plenty of parking. Only 1.5 miles from Tech campus and centrally located for shopping. Even though it close to Loop 289 we noticed no noise from traffic. I did not see a swimming pool here or it would have gotten a 10.
This is truly a campground and not a resort style RV park. Very woodsy. Deer are everywhere. Being a holiday weekend the campground was full, but there were plenty of activities going on, lots of kid things to do, and the campground was hopping. My GPS routed me down Texas street which is a bit of mistake so read the directions before arriving as the folks at the activity center said lots of RVers get routed down the wrong road. All in all this is a nice campground but certainly not the nicest TT I have stayed at.
This campground is really going to be a find in the next couple of months. The new swimming pools are almost finished, the new club house and office is almost finished and all the new additional RV pads are just waiting to be opened. This will be a 1st class destination when it all gets open which appears to be very quickly. This should make a nice spot to winter in Texas, and it appears all the improvements will be ready easily before the winter arrives. We have friends at Lakeway so we will definitely make this our stop when visiting them.
Stayed in the 'pull in' premium sites with bay view out the windshield. This campground seems to have improved over last year, and everything was perfect. The only reason I didn't give it a 10 is because the RV pads are rock instead of concrete and getting down to get in my RV compartments killed my knees plus walking outside barefooted took a little getting used to until the outdoor carpet was in place. Other than the rocked RV pads this is a fantastic campground
Typical Outdoor Resorts of America. Concrete wide level pads. Lots of permanent park models but still plenty of RV pads. Three swimming pools: one is on the ocean, one is on the Indian River, and one is in the middle of the park. Everything was just immaculate. From the fishing pier to the tennis courts the grounds were very well groomed. If you like 'resort style' RV parks this one certainly fits the bill.
Ft Wilderness is a must do if you are an RV person. Everything is immaculate. The restroom and showers are beyond reproach. The facilities and staff are the best you will ever find. We had wild ducks walk into our campsite. A turkey hen and her chicks came walking though also. At first we thought ol' Walt had staged the wildlife but it was all nature done. Can't recommend this place enough.
All the pools were still closed for the winter but other facilities were clean and neat. Pads were level and big in the area I stayed and some pads were completely shaded by a tree canopy which would be nice in the summer. Security was excellent and staff was very friendly and helpful