This is now a KOA, although RvParkReviews does not list it as such. We enjoyed this campground. The sites are spacious, and we had no problem negotiating the park in our 45 foot motorhome. It appears that the road surface has been recently repaved and the turns made wider. The trees were nicely trimmed so we had no problem with the 13 foot height of our coach. The owners are delightful, and gave us a nice snack as a gift upon checking in. It took a little fiddling to get wifi as we were at the end of the park and the signal was weak. But once we got online it worked well. If there was any negative it was the numerous ant hills, but hey, this is Florida.
This is a nice looking park but very hard to use because the hookups are placed on the wrong side in many sites. Despite the sites being 80% unoccupied, it took us nearly an hour to pick out a suitable site for our big rig because of this. Most sites are only 30 amp. Sites are on grass and some were very soft. Many had fire ant hills on them. I would not camp here again
Previous posts are accurate, but we had trouble with electric power. Voltage was too high, 128 volts or more, and as a result our protection circuits in our coach kept shutting off the power. I was able to stop this from happening only by moving my electric cord from 50A to 30 service.
Fairly nice park. The highway noise was apparent but not all that bad. But we had electrical problems. The voltage was low, as low as 104 volts, and our protection circuits kept shutting off our electricity. The same thing happened to another RVer who was travelling with us. We finally got it to work (sort of) by turning our battrey chargers to their lowest charge rate and turning our refrigerators to work on LP gas. This brought the voltage up to 108-110 V. I would not stay here again for this reason. (I took a ride through the city park campground and the sites there were enormous, at half the price, so I suggest staying there.)