Found this park in the Milepost and stayed overnight. Owners were very welcoming and helpful. she invited us to look at the cabins, which are delightful! Restroom/shower building is brand new and extremely clean. We were encouraged to sit on the office porch or in the lodge den. Electric was 20-amp, run by cord to our site. Camping is in a grassy field with some trees. Plans are to add hookups at sites and a dump station. We would definitely recommend it.
We stayed here for 5 nights after finding this park on the internet and checking reviews on this site. It was a very good choice. The owners were extremely friendly and helpful, daily giving us information on sights and activities nearby. One night they hosted a bonfire and desserts. There are a few people staying for the season, but all sites are neat, quiet, and orderly. The restrooms were spotless and the campground is very clean.
Very friendly folks at the park office. Our first experience at a Passport America. They have set a high standard! They put us in a site with 50 amp and we have 30 amp. When we told them, they quickly provided an adapter for our use, telling us to leave it at the box when we leave and they'll get it. It is close to the interstate, but in the camper that wasn't an issue for us. We would definitely recommend this park for a stopover.
We stopped here while passing through Mississippi on our way home from vacation. We highly recommend this park. The staff was very friendly. The sites were paved with W/E/S hookups. We will definitely stay here again.
We stayed here overnight while returning home from our vacation. The review would not let me put the price of 0, the smallest I could enter was 1 dollar: however it is free for two nights. It is a city park. The swimming pool is located within the park, but not the campground. The bathroom was old and did not have showers. The campground surprised us very much. It was very clean and well taken care of. Some of the sites were small, but we had a large site and the only other site taken was by a large Class A. A very nice place to stay if you find yourself passing through this way.
This would be a great park to visit if you planned to do some boating, however we like to hike. There is no hiking in the park. Some of the sites were beautiful pull-thru sites, but we had a site that backed right up to the one behind it. Fortunately, our friends were on that site. The pool is closed for this year due to funding issues. The park was clean and well-maintained. The staff was excellent: very friendly and efficient.
We enjoyed the campground. The hiking trails are nice, with plenty of places for bike riding, and many ranger lead activities. The campground layout can be confusing. What looks like should be a one way street is really two way. We saw one unit pull in the wrong way and had to run their hook-ups under the camper. They came in after dark and it is hard to tell since all the sites are pull through.
We had a two week vacation planned to DE, MD, WV, and OH, but to due the gas shortage in the Southeast caused by hurricane Ike, we only got this far. We had a great two weeks. The staff was very friendly, the park was very clean. We enjoyed hiking, biking, meeting people, and learning the parks history (it was slated to be a civil war POW camp, but was only opened for 6 weeks before Sherman came through on his march to the sea). When it came time to leave, we wished we had more vacation days.
We stayed in site five and had no problems leveling. We went to three park events over the weekend, a campfire program, breakfast with Santa Clause, and a Christmas craft making program. We also went geocaching in the park. There are three caches in the park that were not there the last time we camped here. WiFi is not located in the campground. You have to go to the lodge or visitor's center. Had a great weekend and met some really nice people.
We camped there as part of the fall Georgia RVers Rally. We were in site 3, which was large and fairly level. We heard rumors that the horrible speed breaks were going to be replaced before long. Other than the speed beaks, we really enjoyed the park.
Park was very nice and clean. We had site 13, that was located right on the water. It was very shady which was nice on this warm weekend. The Ranger staff was friendly and helpful. The CG host was a WWII veteran that we enjoyed talking with. They were constantly cleaning the park. The had added a new 2.7 mile trail that we enjoyed hiking. We also took a two hour, four mile canoe trip that was both fun and a work out. We will definitely return again.
We camped for seven nights over the 4th of July holiday. The park was mostly full except loop A which is for tents only and does not have water and electric hookups. We reserved site C14. It looked good on the internet, but it turned out to be one of the worst sites in the park. Our bedroom window was about 10 feet from the neighbor’s picnic table. They stayed up very late and talked. They were not loud, they were just very close. We enjoyed our hiking adventures. We averaged around 6.5 miles a day, so we hiked around 45 miles. As stated in other posts if you do not enjoy nature, there is not a lot to do. However even with the bad campsite we really loved our visit.
This was our 5th time camping here. (One of the closest to our home). Last time we were here we had some issues with the restroom facilities not being cleaned over the weekend. However this time the problem had been taken care of. The restrooms were very clean. We enjoyed our visit. The park has a lovely 2.3 mile nature trail that we walked a couple of times. We rented a canoe and paddle through a cypress tree swamp trail. The park had several ranger lead activities that we enjoyed. Most sites are level or near level made of packed gravel. We will definitely go back.
We used Reserve America (RA) to reserve our site (62). The site was a lot bigger than we needed. RA did a good job matching RV size to sites. We enjoyed the park. The staff was very nice. Rangers drove though many times a day to check on facilities and campers. The one drawback to this park was the packed dirt sites. We had a heavy rain on our first day and there was a stream under our travel trailer. They good news was that the water was soaked into the ground by the next morning. We highly recommend this park for visiting St. Augustine.
We camped at the Beach Campground. There is a boardwalk from the campground that leads to the ocean. The bath house was old, but clean. The park is in the process of replacing the bath house in the River Campground. The night tour of the fort was awesome. This was our second time, but not our last.
We stayed at this park for one night as we were passing through Mississippi. It was a lovely little park. They have a small lake for boating and fishing, free disc golf course, and a hiking trail. The bathrooms were older, but were very clean. The only drawback to the park was the mosquitoes. We tried to hike the trail, but they were so bad that we gave up, we even had on spray.
This was our first time to Monte Sano and we really enjoyed the park. The hiking was wonderful. There are all kinds of trails from easy to very difficult. We tried all of them except the very difficult. At this time FEMA has set up approx 20 TT for evacuees from hurricane Katrina at the park. The evacuees are allowed to live in the TTs for 18 months. I was concerned before going to the park, but I was very surprised. All were families. The kids went off to school and most parents went off to work. All were kind and grateful for a place to stay. The restrooms were clean. Some of the shower curtains were mildewed and need to be replaced.
We had a wonderful time on our visit. The park was clean and the staff was very friendly and helpful. The only complaint that we have was with trail maintenance. We like to hike, but the trails need some work. I still would highly recommend this park.