Oh come on folks - quit complaining! You've got to check this place out at least once! This isn't so much a campground, it's a RV experience. The Sales lot next door is MASSIVE and all of the units are open. Sales left us alone until we asked for help - then they were VERY helpful - but no pitch unless we asked. Sites are tight, but the streets are wide (plenty of room to maneuver) I found a few parts I hadn't been able to find elsewhere (at Campingworld) and met the greatest people! Staff is busy, but friendly. Rest rooms were spotless! Some great extras: B-fast, Lunch and sign-up for MH confidence course in a 38(or so) foot coach. Lazy Day's business is selling RVs and the campground is all part of that business - if that's going to annoy you, this may not be the place for you. If you'd like to look, buy, talk and enjoy the company of others just like you - make time for this one. (Based on this trip, I'm upgrading at Lazy Days in a few months) (and for the cynical - this was NOT written by Lazy Days)
The rain here is horrible - ALL night long, cold, damp, miserable... but the campground was great! (and no puddles in the morning!) Great stop off point on the way to Florida - friendly staff, level sites and no complaints (except, maybe, the rain) Nice store with basic necessities, pool looked nice, hot tub, clean bathrooms. I'll stay again
I admit, after reading some of the reviews prior to staying here, I was wondering if I was making the right choice. Yes, spaces were sometimes tight, but if you know what you're doing, you should have no problem. The amenities were first class, the campground was beautiful and the people & staff are VERY friendly. Yes, it's expensive - but it's Disney! I'd stay again. Oh yeah - they're expanding the width and length of most of the site, and trimming back trees and utilities near the loop roads - there is already a LOT more room in some of the loops.
Visiting Friends in Bluffton? Touring Savannah? This is a great base for exploring. Sites are Huge and while there is some road noise during the day, everything quiets down at night. Good option for self-contained units looking for a full hookup base camp without a need for lots of amenities.
Yes, this is a campground behind a truck stop - but it's a great stopping off point when traveling north or south on 81. Sites were VERY easy to get into, and clean. I didn't see anything creepy, no dump trucks, no pickup trucks full of men. Full hookups beat a WalMart parking lot any night. Great restaurant & store right a short walk down the hill. There is some noise from a parking lot and from the highway in the distance, it's nothing that'll keep you awake. It was actually somewhat interesting watching the trucks come and go at night - a sea of red and yellow marker lights that were constantly changing.
Have stayed here twice - easy access from I78. When you see the first KOA sign, gear down ASAP - the left turn comes up fast! Level, 50amp sites, QUIET, nice setting, cable. Was outside as a 40' towing a Buick headed to a 30 Amp across the bridge - GO SLOW over that thing - a sharp drop off - dragging a hitch across concrete makes an awful noise! I'd stay here again
We all must have gotten the same unlevel site next to that ancient Pace Arrow! Sewer was leaking somewhere out back, but the WiFi WAS working, and despite the pouring rain, it was an OK overnight stay. I can't imagine driving a 40'+ MR up that hill and around the curves. Tip: Diesel Pushers - pull in your awning over the door prior to heading down the hill - I tore mine off here - my first MR accident.
The KOA 800 Number said this was "right off I81" - about 20 miles is NOT "right off I81". $49 was pretty expensive for one night - this would be a great base for exploring the area, but not a great overnight while hauling up 81
Great Directions, Easy to Find, Pull Through Sites with a great view of I75 screaming past your front door. Sites are narrow and step up the hill in such a way that your slide touches the uphill site, and your awning overhangs your neighbor's site. Every inch of the campground is covered in gravel, but despite the seemingly endless supply, the sites were scarred with canyons from water runoff. Owners were always available, but surly, as if the joys of campground ownership had grown dim. They can, however, REALLY clean a bathroom - the bathrooms and showers get a 10!
Very friendly staff, well maintained park. If you're looking for a high-end resort, keep driving - but if you're looking for a quiet stay about 90 seconds from I95, stay here! The morning view across the lake from our windows was beautiful. You can't go wrong staying here. P.S. The red-headed ducks will continue to beg for food until you say NO - But, WILL come back later to see if you've changed your answer.