This place just keeps getting worse. To start with we were told our site was given away to someone else who had the same last name as us, so we had to be moved to another site, which was right by the store. This place has the rudest campers I have ever seen, our site was walked in by other campers all day and night. The workers there are a bunch of teenagers who are too busy playing pranks on one another so they don't bother enforcing rules. (They would saran wrap each other's cars, then leave all the garbage laying around and chase each other laughing about it). They now allow personal golf carts, which they have no rules regarding age of drivers (I did ask). There were teenagers driving carts day and night blowing horns, yelling, almost running people over, etc. Like I said, they have no rules on age limits of drivers for personal carts, only the ones they rent out themselves. They also advertised breakfast on Saturday morning, but didn't have it, I was told sometimes the caterers just don't show up.
The new owners have really been putting money back into this campground and it shows. They have upgraded the bathrooms and added gravel to the roads and sites(helps keep down the dust). The owners are also very hands on and always available.
Nice campground for an overnight stop. Very clean and the staff was nice. Some of the sites are very tight, but it worked well for an overnight. If you plan on arriving after hours make sure you call ahead and get the WiFi password, you will need it if you want to access the internet.
I would not stay here again, the place is very run down. We used it as an overnight stop over but really wish we would have kept driving. Playground is basically falling down, the bathrooms and showers were closed because of sewer problems. We were charged for our 3 year old even though web site says children under 6 are free. There are also stray cats running around that don't look very healthy.
This park has an older section and a newer one. The older section has shade but is not as level. The newer part is very open and there is little shade. You do get a cement slap to park on and a cement patio. The pool is very nice. Everyone at the campground was very nice including the owners, they are very nice people. The lake is across the street and you cannot swim at the beach. The playground was not exceptional as the website mentions, but it is adequate. We will stay again.
I was very disappointed in this campground, it is simply not ready yet. Every site we were assigned we arrived to only to find someone already there. We were assigned 3 different sites before we finally found an open one. They said they were still working out the "glitches" with their computer system. Very few of the things they list on the web site are available yet, from talking with the staff it sounds like they will not be finished until later this summer. The staff was very nice. One day if they ever get this place finished it looks like it could be a nice park, but until then I would not go back. Also, the lakefront sites they mention do not really have access to the lake, they just overlook it. The lake is down a very steep hill with lots of brush and trees between the sites and the lake. The only reason I gave it a 3 is because the staff was very nice, they were trying. But at this point they are in way over their heads.
We arrived to find the site was nothing but dirt and mud. All of the sites in the area were the same, no grass anywhere. If it rains within a month of your stay you will probably have a muddy site. We were not offered another site, only our money back. This place use to be nice, it appears to be heading down hill.
Nice campground, definitely will be back. Nice trails for walks and you will see deer and other wildlife. We stayed in the full hook up area which was quiet, however we could here the other area partying all night. We stayed over Labor Day and there lots of teenagers partying. There are also a lot of the seasonals zipping around on golf carts. Fellow campers and staff were extremely nice.
Nice campground if you have kids. There are kids running everywhere and no parents in sight, most of the time. Expect for your site to get cut through several times by both adults and kids, this just seems to be the norm at this place. There are several playgrounds and lots of things for the kids to do. We will go back because my daughter loves the place. Staff is nice and helpful.
This is a nice campground. We stayed on a lake front site and enjoyed it very much, we could fish from our site. The site however did not have much grass, if it would have rained while we were there it probably would have been muddy. They also have a beach that is nice and a trail around the lake that is nice for a walk.
Nice campground overall. Nice alternative to Fort Wilderness since it was full. We were told we could have campfires when we registered, what we were not told was we would have to bring our own firepit, that was kind of disappointing. Also, the kiddie pool is not heated and was freezing, even though the temperature was in the 80's while we were there. The shuttle to Disney was nice, as was being close to Old Town. The WiFi only works near the pool and at the front desk.
This is a nice campground right on the Gulf. If you want to be on the Gulf this is the place to be, the beach is beautiful. They have 4 rows on the "ocean side" and the remainder of the campground is "parkside". Row 4 on the ocean side is right on the road and can be noisy at times. All of the sites are kind of small but we did not go there for a large sight, we went there for the beach. If you want a large site I would recommend you stay elsewhere. The WiFi did not work at our spot, the signal was too weak. There is also a trolley service that runs along Estero Blvd that you can take to go shopping and eat. They have people that will help you back in your site that are very helpful.