This is one of the better places to stay anywhere. Excellent and friendly staff. On site owners. Sites are excellent with plenty of space. We were able to stay in the new owner/rental sites which are superb. The area offers great attractions for visitors and the campground has a great handout on the area.
Rate reflects the "winter" rates plus discounts for FMCA. A bit overpriced for what you get, but so are the other campgrounds in Nashville. Good entrance road, gravel interior roads and sites. Access OK for big rigs. Most sites are not roof top satellite friendly because of the trees. Most sites are short; therefore, tow must be disconnected and then parked across the front of the site. Friendly and helpful staff. Make sure to check their rules about no refunds, before before you make reservations. Try the Cock of the Walk for their excellent fried catfish and Bob Evans for breakfast. Forget Shoney's.
For starters, we have never seen a better resort. We liked it so well that we purchased a lot. As a result our four day stay was free. The staff here is excellent, fitting for a 10-10-10 resort. Clubhouse is the finest we have seen. Great interior roads with plenty of room for big rigs. Huge concrete parking sites and patios, etc. No mud here even if it rains. As more lots have sold the landscaping is maturing and many sites now have improvements. Close enough to beaches to get breeze without the salt air. Lambert's (throwed rolls),the Gift Horse (Sunday brunch) and many other restaurants are about 5 miles away in Foley. Excellent seafood in Orange Beach and Gulf Shores. Try the oysters at the Oyster House in Gulf Shores and the crab melt sandwich at Lulu's.
We attended a motor home rally at this park just after they had lots of rain in Chattanooga. The sites do not drain well and were therefore muddy. The interior roads are gravel and were muddy with water standing in several areas. Park crews were trying to grade roads, but more rain just made it worst. Due to trees, some sites can be a challenge for big rigs. Few sites can accommodate roof top satellite reception, however, cable is free. There are three entrance roads into the park. Do not take the center entrance.
As others have reported this campground is a bit remote, but quiet. Roof top satellite will not work on some of the sites due to the trees, and there is no cable TV . Wi-Fi is available at $3 a day through Tango. Good, wide interior roads and large grass or dirt sites. No problems for larger RV's. There are no sites with concrete patios. Campground is on Road 28 about 12 miles from Summerdale and Foley. New Wal-Mart on Hwy 180 north about 10 miles. Try the small restaurant in Magnolia Springs for lunch.