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12/2011
rating [ 2/10 ]
The website seems normal but the campground isn't. The woman owner is quite rude and not there half the time. There is dust and dirt all over the inside of the small rec hall and inside toilet areas. In back of the office there is a smell of garbage. The people here were not very friendly either. We felt so itchy after staying here one night that we had to stop at the Flying J and use the showers before traveling on to Lakeland. If it were free I wouldn't stay here again. Stay on I-75 and don't get off in Lake City.
12/2011
rating [ 5/10 ]
Very clean campground and friendly management but sites are very tight. The roads are narrow and moving a big rig here is difficult. On the way to my site I turned onto a campground road and a motorhome hit my trailer with its' mirror. I ended up with a dent in the back corner of my 3 month old trailer. The motorhome ended up with a mirror hanging by a cable. When I finally got into my site I stuck out by 2 feet on both ends. My truck and trailer combined are 53 feet. I didn't like this situation. In the morning I had to wait for the Itasca next to me to pull away before I could leave. The attendant told me that not to worry because I wasn't the first to have a fender-bender at this KOA. Big rigs stay away from here. Trailers up to 25 feet are probably okay.
12/2011
rating [ 7/10 ]
We spent a week here during a time when the area had a "red tide" and bad weather. It rained nearly every day and the surrounding mud flats always had standing pools of water. The resort people keep saying "we need it, we need the rain", but i couldn't understand why since the whole island was only sand and mud flats? It was cold out but the temp did get to 70 degrees for one day however the constant 25 to 35 mph wind took away the pleasantness of that day. The sites are concrete, and large but the type of saw grass that grows here produces thousands of burrs and thistles that blow around the entrance-ways to the RV. Eventually these thistles get inside the RV and one ends up stepping barefoot onto them. After a few painful removal by tweezers operations we decided to wear shoes indoors all the time. Our pet cat didn't like it here. To be fair, we need to return here again during good weather because the people at the resort were very friendly to us and we went to the clubhouse and participated in many activities. They made us feel at home. Unfortunately the resort was only half full when we stayed there in December. The winter Texans there told us of better years where the place was totally filled by Christmas. No such luck this time. A word of note: the maintenance people are especially "ornery" and do not tolerate any parking on the grass and will berate anyone that breaks this rule. I got it twice, even though only one tire was on the grass only.
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