Close to town (walk or bike), close to Yellowstone entrance, well maintained, good Wi-Fi, free coffee, limited amenities (it's about Yellowstone, so not that big of deal), Big Rig (45-foot bus) friendly. My only negative comment is that it's overpriced given its limited ameneties and the time of the year we visited.
Nice park! $20 one night $42 the next because of the bull riding championship being in town. Clean, most sites are paved. We stayed in a back-in paved 30A site (50A sites were booked) with a 45-foot motorhome. Getting in and out was easy and there was plenty of room for the towed car. Although the rate was good, we donated plenty to make up for the low rates at the casino. Free bus downtown for the rodeo was another plus. I'd stay here again.
This rate reflects their spring break rates, probably the highest of the year. This place is so convenient and all transportation to Disney properties and Downtown Disney are provided for free. All sites are level, most wooded. If you must use your Sat TV pick your site carefully. We stayed in site 837 and loved it. It's Disney, so expect plenty to keep you busy and enjoy! There's great dog walking areas behind most sites in this loop.
We've stayed at Ocean Lakes and Lakewood, the neighboring campground. This one has most concrete pads that are very nice. The campsites vary in width, so from some of the narrower sites it's really tight getting a big rig in and out. They should also consider big rigs when giving directions to your site. They had me trying a very tight turn with a very large tree in a rain storm. There was a much easier way to the site. The bath houses are air conditioned, clean and had plenty of hot water. They have a nice pool. When it comes to kid activities I rank Lakewood a bit higher with more activities, pool slide and their blow up big slide. Ocean Lakes wins for concrete pads and air conditioned bath houses. Ocean Lakes also allows you to bring in your personal golf cart where some others do not. My only disappointment with all beach front campgrounds in Myrtle Beach is their high season prices. A hotel room with ocean view on the main beach road was cheaper. The campgrounds stay full during peak season, we all must still have a willingness to stay. I'd stay here again during off season.
This is a field that has a few sites installed around the perimeter. The staff is friendly, but unavailable after 5pm. The pool could not be used as it had not been certified by the health department. This was a bit strange given it was late in the summer. We did discover the out houses, but not the showers. I assume they were there, we just didn't find them or look too hard to find them. The gravel road coming in will raise a lot of dust, so don't keep your windows open. Other than being convenient to downtown Savannah, I don't see this place as having much value for the price they charge. I won't be staying here again, at least not at this price for what you get.
We've stayed here before. It's used a lot by those that bought at Lazy Days RV Center and are waiting on repairs. Some can be a bit bitter on how their service experience is going. The campground is clean, plenty of sites, although not many for the 40+ motorhomes. Friendly staff, nice large pool. The on-site diner, Exit 10, is also pretty good. They have it made to look like a large Class A with slide outs--very cool. Not too kid friendly, unless the kids love a pool (our Grandsons loved the place). Can't beat the value with breakfast and lunch included.
Stayed for one night while going south. It was a rainy night. Their water went out in the evening and wasn't restored by morning. The bath houses could have used a good cleaning. There's plenty of tree cover. The site I was at was pull through with a level concrete pad. The pad was just big enough for my MH, which is OK given I have a 43-footer. Folks were friendly. There didn't appear to be anything in bike riding range. Although they were very friendly, I would not likely stay here again.
We stayed for a week when the park was pretty empty. The Wi-Fi system was experiencing problems the entire week and was unusable. You could go over to the RV sales and service center and get access. With so few people here, the bath and restrooms should have been cleaner. There's a pool, hot tub, bar and restaurant. This would be a good location to use as a hub to central Florida attractions and the Gulf beaches. They provide breakfast and lunch, no kidding, six days a week. Many that stay here are awaiting repairs at the RV service center. So, it can be a bit depressing at the pool as many discuss their service woes and extended stays. When more are at the park it may be a bit better. Groceries and all other shopping (excluding Camping World) will require you getting in your car for just a few miles. Given the limited campgrounds in or near Tampa and the rates here, this is an okay place. Although big rig friendly, you may have to pick your site carefully because not many can accommodate big rigs.
This is our second time staying at this resort. This is a facility where all sites are individually owned. This heavily wooded park is an easy bike ride to the beach, stores and dining which makes this a great place to stay. The staff is friendly. There is a pool and little else for children. Most that own or otherwise stay here are a bit older, likely empty nesters. Given the bicycle proximity to everything, families shouldn't be discouraged to stay. We'll definitely be here again.
This is a large park, so plan on doing a lot of walking if you don't get the King or Queen section. These are also the sections dedicated to RVs and not park model trailers. Very friendly staff, great heated pool, two hot tubs (one that's adults only). In season they have a nice lunch buffet. The pool has a pool side bar. The kids will love the place, pool, in season and on weekends a huge water slide, putt-putt golf, tennis, chip-n-putt, horse shoes, disc golf, and shuffleboard. Besides the water slide, all is included. The sites in the King and Queen area are level, most have concrete pads, most are pull through. Wi-Fi was available for free as was a computer room. The laundry room was clean and air conditioned. The bath houses were spotless. It's about a 15-20 minute drive to the beach, all shopping is within 5 miles and all new stores. We'd stay again!
Nice people, staff, and camp hosts. Clean park. Mainly permanent trailers and they take all waterfront site. Many golf carts, but no issues as others described. Great pool and kiddy water features (slides, water cannons, misters, and the such). Small boat marina. Fishing from the shore. The beach is minimalist. Weekend theme events. It was Lucy weekend when were there. It's rural Virginia, somewhat remote. Nothing nearby, at least not walking or biking distance. Nice enough we'll be back this weekend.