This is the second time we have stayed at this park, this time for an overnight on our way to Virginia. They are a campground in transition to a KOA, lots of yellow paint. The dog run area is good, 2 separate fenced sections. We didn't use the rest rooms or pool but the pool did look clean. Easy in and out. Would stay here again.
The rate is based on the weekly rate. This a new campground and seems to be incomplete in that the sites are packed sand and not really level. There are no concrete patios and you have to run over the curb to get off your site. It rained very hard while we were there and the place turned into a sandy quagmire. The whole design is odd, in that they seem to have spent a lot on the entrance where you have to swing wide to get in due to the over large island. Very impressive landscaping at the entrance and the pool area. The laundry and shower buildings are very clean, but no parking at those locations. As these are packed sand sites the first camp rule is that jack pads are required, which they sell in the store, and is mainly stocked with candies and snacks. We may stay again but only for an overnighter.
The rate reflects the Escapees club rate (50%), and was just a stopover on our trip north. This site is geared much more to permanents or long term campers. It is fairly tight for a 35 foot MH with toad, would not like to try it with anything larger. The people are really friendly, we met a few while walking the mutt.
A nice camp ground, well laid out and easy to get around. The site was a good size and level with a concrete patio area and a gravel parking area for the toad. We had a back-in site at the 'beach' end of the park with some shade which meant the satellite didn't work, but the cable was really good. The 'beach' is a bit of a stretch as it is mainly a raised section filled with sand, with a small strip of real beach at Santa Rosa Sound. There is also a nice pier where there is a chance for a nice breeze. The pool looked very clean and was well used by the families staying there. There were dog walk areas, no runs.
We stayed for 3 nights so that we could visit New Orleans and some relatives nearby, much cheaper than sites nearer to New Orleans. Even though the pull-through was level it was a little tight getting in and around the small area for short term guests. This appears to be mainly geared towards permanents, with many mobile homes. The campground is really nice and open, with nice walks especially along the lakes.
This is a busy park, however it is very quiet. The office people are very nice and the shop Lizzie Mae's is a jewel! There are four smallish dog enclosures and enough grounds to walk the dog. They are a bit restrictive about where a dog can go inside the park, however. The location is convenient for sight seeing in the area.
This is a very nice RV park with long gravel pull throughs that are reasonably level. We felt very welcomed. The dog park has numerous brightly colored fire hydrants for the dogs to enjoy. I enjoyed the walk by the river and their pond is really nice. There is no store so be sure to have what you need when you get there or be prepared to go off property. We stayed here one night on our was to Amarillo and then another night on the way back home.