What a great RV Park. The sites are easy in and out and level. The staff is friendly and helpful. We extended our stay twice and stayed one month, and they we able to accommodate us with no problem. They have plenty of activities in the campground, coffee hour, an afternoon cocktail gathering, cookouts, potluck dinners, bingo and so forth. The campground is in southwest Miami, and it is easy to get around into Miami, the burbs, and the Keys. One of the best run RV parks that we have visited. We will return for an extended stay next year.
The is a very clean, compact park with paved roads and sites. The paved sites are as wide as the RVs, the lengths are about 30-35 feet so if you have a longer unit, you back up until your tires are at the end of the paving, and you hang over onto the grass area. Since the sites are not big enough for today's large rigs, tow vehicles and toads are parked along the road, so when you pull in, hope that people are around to move their vehicles so you can maneuver into your site. Once in, all will be well. The park is well run and is a clean nice park. Port St Lucie is a great area and has a lot to see and do. We will definitely return.
We stayed one week and found this to be a very nice campground. The roads and sites are sand and gravel. The pull through sites were easy in and out. Out site was a little narrow, but we booked one week in advance. The larger sites go fast to the snowbirds. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The campground is convenient to shopping, the local beaches, Daytona Beach, and Cape Canaveral. We paid the weekly rate. We will come back to stay longer next year.
We stayed one week and found the park to be great. The sites were easy in and out, large and level. The facilities were first class and clean and well maintained. The park is close to shopping and easy access to Jacksonville and the area beaches. The rate we paid was Coast to Coast rate. Airplane noise was not that bad, The jets are high enough that they are not that loud. They do have some F-18s, but they are only during the daytime. Overall, the park is a very well run park. We will return in our travels
This has to be the most beautiful state park that we have camped. The sites are all pull though and have electric, water and cable TV. The sites are all large and have a pad and/or a tent pad, and fire ring. The bathrooms and showers are clean and comfortable. Access to Savannah is easy. It is an area with much traffic but still easy to travel around. The park is a great stopover park and if sites are available for an extended stay, a great place for a longer vacation.
We stayed for 5 days just before Mardi Gras. The RV Resort was clean, and well maintained. The shower/bath rooms were spotless and very large and roomy. With about 60 sites at the park, they we always clean and comfortable. They had a hot tub and pool but it was a bit cool to use. The RV Park was walled and secure and an easy walk to the French Quarter, through a 200-300 yard parking lot through a closed-down grocery store and by a Police station and down 3-4 blocks on St Louis St to Bourbon St. During the day, all is well. At night it gets dodgy walking from the Police station through the empty parking lot. I parked near Cemetery #1 across the street from the Police station and drove to the RV Park. Walking up St. Louis Street felt safe. The evening noise at the park is loud in the early evening and drops off later in the evening. It gets noisy about 6 AM with a factory next door and I-10 traffic picking up about 6AM. Plan to get up early for an exciting day at the Big Easy! Overall, it is a great park, clean and well maintained, friendly staff and fellow campers, but it is a city RV Park so expect some noise. Well worth the extra price for being so near the French Quarter. We gave it a 9 only due to the noise.
We stayed here for 5 days and it was a good campground to stay. The campground was rustic; there was only one men's bath/shower and one women’s bath/shower. The men and women’s bath and showers were not clean and did have some leaves and sand from the campground. They were certainly usable. We had a campsite that looked out over Mobile bay which was worth the $49/night but there are no amenities in the campground. Overall, it was a good campground to stay for a few days, perhaps not for an extended stay. The owners and campers we met were very friendly and made us feel welcome. We would stay again if we pass through the area.
We stayed here for 5 days on our way to NOLA and had a great time. The campground was very clean and well maintained. The owners and help were great and it was a pleasure to have them around to help us when needed. Having a clean camp is most important to us so seeing spotlessly clean bathrooms, showers and laundry was fantastic. The campground has plenty of activities for the snowbirds during the winter time and it was nice to know they were available to us. They served coffee and Danish pastry or fruit in the morning in their activity room. The only thing that was disconcerting was people constantly cut through your campsite day and night to get to the store, bathrooms or activity room. In our travels, I do tell young campers that it is not good camping etiquette it cut through a camper’s campsite but how do you tell the snowbird-types they should not be doing this? We decided to stay quiet and just watch the old folks wander through our campsite. There are trains during the day and early morning so if you can’t get used to that, it may be a problem. We plan to return later in the spring, this is a wonderful campground to visit. Biloxi is a great city to visit.
We parked here on our way west and stayed two nights. The park staff were very helpful and friendly. The sites were level and easy to access. The restrooms and showers were spotless and the showers were the largest we have ever seen in a RV park. We were very impressed with the campground and would stop back here as a rest stop in our travels. The campground was 4-5 miles from shopping malls, restaurants and Camping world. Lake City is a very nice city and easy to get around. The campground had late arrival sites which were very useful for people coming in without reservations late at night. There are other in and out campgrounds in the area but they are close to I-75 and noisy. Casey Jones RV Park is very quiet and road noise is minimal.