Loved it! We stayed a night, and this is awesome if you have dogs. The dog park is several acres and has two beaches. We wore out the dogs after too many days on the road. The spaces are huge, probably a quarter acre or more each, and very private. We stayed during the annual Festival of lights, one of the top 10 in the country and very cool. We will definitely be back.
Awesome for dogs! The seasonal people were nice and fun. Very dog friendly, which is a big deal for us. We started throwing a tennis ball in the pond for our Labs, and soon had a half dozen other Labs and Standard Poodles racing around and having a ball. A big 10 for dog lovers.
We really love this place, and have been coming for years. Great Beach for dogs right across the street. Wi-Fi coverage is spotty, but spaces are huge and private due to extensive trees and plants between each space. That limits satellite, but with cable provided, who cares? Great restaurant, The Reef, right across the street.
Absolutely, without a doubt the best RV Park in America. We came for a night and now we are staying for the week. My DW wants us to stay a month. The grounds and amenities are like those in a high end resort by Four Seasons or Marriott. Each of these features was a "Best in RV America": golf, pool, jacuzzi, landscaping, laundry, restrooms, staff, cleanliness, all-around-nice, and I could go on and on. Just great!
Um, these boneheads are a perfect example of why America's reputation in the world is crap. The owner rants that, "You can't support Islam and support the troops." I wouldn't give this guy my money without a gun to my head.
Best KOA I've stayed in. Neat, clean, very friendly, nice dogwalking trail. The owners really care and it shows. As for the last post, if you're going to drive into the night, stay at WalMart. This is a great park
Nice camp, but narrow spaces. It seems dusty to an Easterner, but it's sort of in the desert, so it's to be expected. Very convenient to stores and restaurants, right on 66 and very close to I-44 and I-27. The store and indoor pool alone are worth a visit.
This is an amazing park, even if you don't hit the casino. Everything is clean, well laid out, nice trails to walk the dogs. This is just a really nice CG. Lots of landscaping and room between spaces. We'd go out of the way to stay here again.
We camp out a lot. We're on a 3 1/2 month trip right now that includes Mexico and about 20 US states. We've been around the block and know the good, the bad and the ugly. This was without doubt the absolute WORST campground experience I ever had. I feared for my life when the owner threw us out for getting stuck in a big muddy patch. I've never been yelled at continuously in any setting, never mind by a member of the hospitality industry. The owner kept yelling that "You people keep doing this!" which says to me maybe his signs weren't working, but it was all my fault to him. At one point in the harangue, his son approached me and said "My dad has anger management issues". I literally called 911 and said if my body was found, the owner of the campground did it. I've told the stories to other campers, and been generally met with disbelief, but I swear on my mother's grave that the owner of this park yelled at me for almost an hour.
We loved it here. Exactly our kind of rustic camp. However if you insist on concrete pads, paved roads, no trees, and 43 foot class A's, you might not like it. I got our 38 foot Winny in just fine, so I guess a sense of adventure is required. This is the kind of place I miss when staying in a KOA like parking lot. Hosts were wonderful.