Well to start out with, they need to change the name to something else. It's only about 6 to 8 miles from Disney World, and you would think it would have a Mickey Mouse theme to it. Wrong! Don't get me wrong, it was a nice place for older people, which we are. But we carried our grandkid's with us to visit Disney World, and stayed here at the RV park. There was nothing for the kids to do. One of the girls is 14 the other is 7. They didn't even want the 14 year old in the pool without adult supervision. Needless to say, we will not be coming back until we are in our 80's or so. I'm 52 now.
We stayed there in 01 & 03. The beaches were great and big. They had a problem with the rainwater drainage in a lot of the sites. The first time in 01, when it rained, we had a lake for a front yard for a day an a half. Finally I got my shovel out and dug a trench down the side of the RV so the water could drain away. The 2nd. time we looked for a site with a mound in the center so it would drain itself. It's a nice place, but the beach is a little to far to walk, so you have to drive over about 1/4 to a 1/2 mile. We will go back.
We camped there in 04 while touring the east coast. We loved the ocean front view. It was a little pricey though. The cable tv didn't work very good. But all in all it was a nice place. We will stay again if the prices don't go up.
I do a lot of fishing, and I'll tell you that this is one of my favorite places to camp. The Park manger's are the nicest people. They keep the place in good condition. It's not a big campground, but that's what I like about it, there's a lot of peace AND quiet. The kids can run AND play without you being worried they'll get run over or hurt. And at night it's quiet, not a lot of hoopla being carried on. I camp here three or four times a year. Really, I could fill a whole page about how great this place is, if you want to go and relax, and get away from it all. TRY IT!!! You'll go back.