Stayed for 6 nights. Check-in was fairly easy. Our campsite, 1711, was really tight. We could open our slides, but could not extend our awning. It was quite a distance to the various depots; highly recommend taking bikes so you don't have to wait for the buses, which will not come as often as you'd like, at least not at this time of year. Park was clean and quiet, and ferry to Magic Kingdom was nice, although that took a while to show up, too. If you're going to Epcot or other locations, just take the bus. Wireless Internet is only available at the Depots and Trading Posts; not at your site. Internet is provided through cable modem connection at no charge; pick up equipment at the Meadow Trading Post. Connection was excellent. Bring your own hub if you need to connect more than 1 PC. Overall, our stay was pleasant. I think it is expensive, although nowhere near what the onsite hotels charge. The proximity to the parks is what you are paying for. I would stay again, although not in that particular slot. Employees were quite friendly and helpful. One came by while we were waiting for the bus and offered us a ride to the restaurant on his cart; we took him up on the offer.
Park is quiet, yet within walking distance of Pembroke Lakes Mall, grocery stores, restaurants, etc. Park is clean and well-kept and sites are large compared to commercial RV parks in area. Wi-Fi worked well when not raining. Sites are paved and include picnic table. We had originally planned to stay one week and stayed two. We paid the Tri-county resident rate; rate for non-residents would have been $40 nightly. No weekly or monthly rates. Did not check out laundry or restrooms or showers, although they were convenient to our site. Staff very friendly and helpful. A beautiful, peaceful oasis in otherwise bustling Pembroke Pines.