We actually did not care for this park. The staff there was very friendly and helpful, but the "resort" itself is not a resort by any definition I know. In fact, the campground is somewhat run down, dirt roads that are very dusty, non-paved and uneven sites. Yes, you can walk to the beach but you walk over rocks under the highway overpass. If the "resort" charged around $25 per night I wouldn't rate it so low, but it is extremely pricey and, in my opinion, you do not get what you pay for here. The rate quoted included the nightly rate of $50.50, plus city sewer fees, transaction fees, and taxes.
We stayed here for several nights. The campground is clean, easy access, good shopping nearby and a beautiful area Mount St. Helens and Astoria are good day trips. Nice walking trail for exercise around the park; friendly and helpful staff. We will definitely stay in this park if we are in this area again.
We needed to be in the Charlotte area for two months and chose Apollo for our home base while we were there. We found the campground owners to be extremely friendly and accommodating to our needs; the other campers in the park were friendly and nice; and the park is in close proximity to many activities, shopping, dining, and NASCAR. We are not race fans but were there during the Bank of America 500, enjoyed watching the crowds, and were pleased that there was not a great deal of noise at this park as there tends to be at the parks closer to the track. We will stay at this park again when we are in the area visiting family and highly recommend it. There are no restrooms or bath facilities at the park so a self-contained rig is necessary.
We made reservations at this park on the recommendation of friends who live in the area. It is an over-55 park with many seasonal residents who are friendly and welcoming. The lots and grounds are well-maintained as are all park models and travel rigs. There is even a local farmer who brings fresh produce to a stand at the back of the park; weigh your own and pay on the honor system. This is Apple Valley and apple orchards, vineyards and wineries are plentiful. The park offers beautiful views of the surrounding area--mountains, orchards, berry fields, etc.--and has easy access to many nearby attractions. The rate posted reflects our monthly rate as we plan to stay here until closing at the end of October. Owners/Managers are delightful, accommodating and helpful. We will definitely visit the park again.
This was a pleasant over-night stay for us as we were traveling from NC to MN. The campground is quiet and situated alongside Sugar Creek. We saw several people, children and adults alike, enjoying the cool water of the creek during the heat of the day. We had a pull-through site with full hookups that was easy in/easy out. The campground also has rental cabins available.
This is a nice park and the owners are working hard on improvements. We stayed here for two days while we were having some work done on our motorhome. While there is no pool, we did see children swimming in the lake so we assume that is permissible. Also they have canoe and paddle boats available. The owner even came out and gave our vehicle a battery boost when we arrived dead in the water and they were very accommodating during our stay. The only negative factor to us is the fact that they allow children to drive electric carts throughout the campground. We just don't feel this is safe and you had to be on the lookout for them. Definitely recommend this park to other RVers.
We stayed here for 1-1/2 weeks. Beautiful and well-maintained park; staff extremely helpful and friendly. Love the surrounding area. Entrance is steep but short so getting up to the office is easy. Recommend pulling around the office to unhook your toad. Will definitely visit this park again.
Great campground! The only negative I have is the fact that roads are not paved so campground was very dusty while we were there. Nice indoor pool, great hiking trails that are well-maintained leading to the Suwannee River. Springs are pretty with lots of birds including Pileated Woodpeckers. We will definitely include this park in our list of favorites and will camp here again. Rate reflects a Passport America discount.
We initially planned to stay at Emmaus for one week waiting for friends to arrive from the west coast. We like the campground so much that we e-mailed some photos and asked our friends to stop by. They like the facilities also so we both extended until the end of the month. Owners are friendly and accommodating; all campers are friendly and helpful. Sites are large and provide easy parking. More sites have been put in place toward the back of the park pending the road being paved. The Gulf coast, Pensacola, Mobile, Fair Hope are within easy driving distance. A very nice park that we will definitely include in our future travel plans. Rate posted reflects Passport America discount.
We stayed in this park overnight on our way from Texas to Florida. It is a beautiful and well-maintained park, nice facilities and pool, pretty lake with a paved walkway. Pet cleanup bags and disposal cans are readily available. All staff was very friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay in this park again. Price paid does not include Good Sam discount, of which we took advantage.
This is a brand new campground: it's quiet, has large sites, 50 amp electric, good water pressure, and sewer connections. Has a beautiful pool with cabana and deck for viewing the surrounding area, sunsets, etc. There is no laundry or bathhouse, but restrooms are available at the pool. There is no shade in the campground, but landscaping is not yet complete. Enjoyed our stay and definitely will return if we are back in this area. Passport America discount is honored.
This was our second visit and will be a regular stop for us when we are heading down the east coast of Florida. The owners/managers are friendly & helpful, and the sites are easy access and large enough to accommodate big rig plus tow. Our site did have 50 amp elec. but no cable, but we have DTV and received a strong signal plus good antennae reception for local channels. Quiet surroundings, but near city with many attractions--what more can you ask for. We did not use the restrooms/bathhouse, but did take advantage of the laundry facilities. There are three laundry stations for the campground, clean and good equipment.
This is a gorgeous RV village, with large lots and awesome amenities. The park is new and has a few short-term rentals available (40), and is primarily designed for ownership or seasonal visits. The clubhouse has billiards room, card room, library, fitness center, commercial kitchen and ballroom. Laundry and showers/restrooms are clean and beautiful. Game courts are plentiful and include access to the necessary gaming tools. We would recommend this park to anyone for seasonal stay or for ownership.
The campground has a large lake with a swimming beach. There are plenty of group picnic areas and each site has picnic tables and fire rings, most with grills. Fantastic family management with strong emphasis on family activities and fun events for children. The roads in the campground could be improved, preferably paved, since the Summer of 2009 was very rainy and the roads were muddy with deep puddles. But still, we consider this to be a great campground.
We found the park management to be friendly and accommodating, the sites large and level. Our site had good satellite as well as antenna reception so we could switch to local news and weather easily. We definitely recommend the park, and it is especially convenient for us with family in both Hilton Head and Savannah. Our daily rate reflects our PPA discount.