Excellent campground! Sites are paved, park is well kept. Only problem is that the sites and roads are narrow and access can be a problem for big rigs if you are not an experienced driver. All amenities are kept very clean. There is a free newspaper and 2 free meals a day if you are a Lazy Days club member. Location is great, just off of I-4 and I-75 without the traffic noise. If you're bored, just go visit Lazy Days and the RVs for sale! Cracker Barrel and Camping World are at your doorstep. No planned activities otherwise, except classes at Lazy Days which are excellent, well done and very worth your time. We will be back.
This is a beautiful campground with very friendly and helpful owners and hosts. Sites were level, spacious, easily accessed and mostly dry in a very rainy season. Owners keep the sites in great shape and offer many extras. We were here over the holidays, and the Christmas decorations were beautiful. They even had a huge display of fireworks over the pond on New Years Eve! The resident goose is fun to see. Laundry was very clean, everything well kept. We couldn't get TV from our antenna, probably because the park is surrounded by trees, but that's the only negative. We would definitely return if we are in the area.
When we camped here, it rained much of the time and all the camp sites were very muddy. Our RV sank 5 or 6 inches into the mud and others were deeper, since the gravel on the sites is much too thin. Sites are not level and the pull through sites were very narrow with slide-outs right up next to the neighbors. The roads are bad, too. Wi-Fi was too weak to use. Staff was friendly, but not especially helpful. Park is secluded and quiet. Warning: after we checked in we discovered there is a $30 per day charge to leave your camper here unattended! We intended to make a few overnight trips in the car during the two weeks we were there, but decided against it. We will not go back.