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05/2013
rating [ 4/10 ]
This review is for Legacy rv resorts, a chain of rv parks, with around 20 locations throughout the states. They all seem to have nice amenities and a luxury atmosphere with camping rates to match. The facilities are generally staffed through something called a work camp program. Through this system, the company mostly  employs senior citizens living out of their rv's within the parks. A clever idea, give the bored retirees living there something to do, and save a bundle on operating costs. The result, however, can often be less than ideal for the younger vacationing crowd. Check into one of their locations, and you're given a list of about 101 rules and regulations. The mostly semi retired staff, with nothing better to do than mind you're business, makes it their mission in life to enforce every single one to the letter. Although these places look like they're probably a lot of fun, rule number one might as well be: NO FUN! Check out some of the reviews on their individual establishments on Google maps. Generally, the happy campers are also working there, and the fun seekers are dismayed. Save money, get a bigger campsite, and have more fun at a locally owned establishment, or a state park.
04/2013
rating [ 4/10 ]
This review is for Legacy RV resorts, which owns this park and a chain of RVparks, with around 20 locations throughout the states. They all seem to have nice amenities and a luxury atmosphere with camping rates to match. The facilities are generally staffed through something called a work camp program. Through this system, the company mostly  employs senior citizens living out of their RV's within the parks. A clever idea, give the bored retirees living here something to do, and save a bundle on operating costs. The result, however, can often be less than ideal for the younger vacationing crowd. Check into one of their locations, and you're given a list of about 101 rules and regulations. The mostly semi retired staff, with nothing better to do than mind you're business, makes it their mission in life to enforce every single one to the letter. Although these places look like they're probably a lot of fun, rule number one might as well be: NO FUN! Check out some of the reviews on their individual establishments on Google maps. Generally, the happy campers are also working there, and the fun seekers are dismayed. Save money, get a bigger campsite, and have more fun at a locally owned establishment, or a state park.
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