This park is just 1 mile from I-95. It is quite large with paved roads and sites. We were here only overnight, but it seems like a very nice park for a longer stay in the area. Staff very friendly. We paid $18. I think the $30 to $100 rate listed in Trailer Life reflects a price that might be charged when Daytona has its motor races or biker events. We were in a 5th wheel.
We have stayed here overnight each fall and spring as we travel I-95. Excellent park and not just for overnight. Well cared for, quiet, beautiful, and the staff is great. Near I-95, but we have never been bothered by any road or vehicle noise. Mostly all pull-throughs. All types of hookups: 20, 30, 50 amps, water, sewer and cable TV is available. We have a 37 footer. Also sites are quite level.
Excellent park with excellent staff management. Folks are friendly and helpful. The park is well taken care of and a great overnight stop or for staying to visit the area. We have been here many times (38 footer) and always know we are going to have a good stay.
The park was about 10 miles from Interstate 77, but worth the extra miles. It is a beautiful campground; especially, if you are staying more than for one night. Two ponds; one for swimming with slide and other fun things in the water and another pond for paddleboats. There seem to be many activities for families in a lovely natural setting. We were there basically in the off-season. Would love to return and stay longer. Also great ice cream and burger drive-in across the street.
This park is open all year with the winter being their heavy season. There are many activities available and the grounds are well maintained. It is quiet and peaceful as it is just a few miles from the real congestion of the area. The only negative for us was that the interior roads are very narrow and it was very difficult to get into our site.
This was an overnight stay for us. As another reviewer mentioned Exit 14 of I-95 has been closed and now Exit 17 is the exit to take. However, I did not find it too long of a drive from Exit 17. It may have been 3 miles or so and really easy to get to. The park is well maintained and the staff is very helpful. The pull-through sites are very long and good width. There are about 4 rows up front of the campground that I would recommend for easy entrance and exit. It seems most of the other sites are more long term stays.
We use this campground as an overnight stop and it is excellent in that it is easy access from I-95, the interior roads are very manageable with our 38 foot 5th wheel, and the pull-through sites are long with adequate width. Most all sites are pull-throughs. The staff is very good and the campground is well maintained. It is a small campground, but still adequate if you were planning a longer stay in the area.
Sites are too close together. The roads are packed dirt, but were a muddy mess when we were there. Apparently it had rained hard a day or two before we arrived. There are many activities for children. Seems like more of a summer place. Just a short distance from highway and was very quiet. More of a rustic park, but OK for overnight.
Well maintained park. While sites are wide enough, the park feels very crowded. We could see in the windows of those next to us, and out your widows is a wall of RVs almost blocking out the sky. The facilities are very nice and landscaping great. The WiFi did not seem adequate for the number of users in the park. Often couldn't get on or once on were dropped, and then couldn't get on again. Train noise is significant, and so are jets from nearby Air Force Base. We have blackout shades and this is the first time that it was so bright in a campground at night that the blackout shades could not blackout the light. Also, two years after devastating hurricanes, Biloxi and Gulf Port are still in great need of rebuilding and getting rid of all the rubble. It looks like a war zone.
This campground is fine for an overnight stop. It says 27 sites, but I think there are less than that as 12 to 15 maybe seasonals. The seasonals are in a separate area from the pull-thru. This campground is basically a large field behind a BP station that has full hookups and 50 amp service. Even though the field is quite large, the sites are narrow. The field is good for exercising pets and stretching legs. For passing through on I-10 this campground is very acceptable and we would overnight here again.
This is a lovely, well-maintained campground about 20 miles east of Ottawa city. The sites are large and at least 30' in width. The roads are packed dirt, but not dusty. The sites are gravel for the RV with nicely maintained grass out your RV door. There are four sections of camping areas with grassy meadows separating each section. We were in Row 130 which are pull throughs and were easily able to use our Internet Satellite. We found it convenient to drive 7 minutes from the campground and take the public bus system into Ottawa. A great grocery store, Independant, is about 2 or 3 miles east of the campground in Rockland and is a wonderful market. The owners and staff were friendly, helpful, and did a great job of running the campground.
This is a well-maintained and attractive campground. Staff is friendly and well-managed. Sites are level and good width between adjacent sites. It is 40 minutes to the GO train to Toronto. My only complaint is that our 30 amp site did not have 30 amp capacity. If we had air conditioner on, no other appliances could be used--toaster, microwave, coffee pot. If AC was off, we still could only use the toaster, or microwave, or coffee pot or convection oven. We told them of the problem and they came and replaced the outlet in the junction box, which made no difference. We then bought a new adapter and that made no difference. We have never had this problem before with 30 amp sites. We camped here for the month of July.
The campground is well cared for, staff is friendly and helpful. Even if you don't have a site facing Lake Huron, there is a grassy lawn along most of the lake and spectacular sunsets can be seen. We were in Row 4 about the middle of the street and we often could see the lake and Mackinac Island from our rig. We could ride our bikes to Mackinaw City (3 miles of easy biking) and could ride our bikes to Historic Mill Creek which was about one mile away. Only negative is that many sites are too narrow
This campground has shade and non shade sites. The roads through the campground are paved and somewhat hilly; however, the sites are level. The owner is very nice. All sites are gravel, some are narrow, others 1 - 6 plus G are wider with an fenced municipal ball field on one side, a small brook on the other and toward the back a very nice open field. There is a water park adjacent to this campground. The campground looks like an older campground at first, but it is very nice for an overnight stay, and I would be happy to stay longer if we were visiting the area. There is road noise, but it was minimal.
This park is best for overnight stops or a short visit. Attractive and well maintained. Dirt roads which are dusty. It is a short distance off I-75 but noise is minimal. There are quite a number of permanents, but for the most part the permanent sites are well kept. Has an exercise room with several pieces of equipment. Did not see a playground area for children. The only thing I did not like is that the sites are very narrow. It was not full while we were there, and they were parking folks on every other site so we were not so tight. They have both open sites and sites with shade trees.