Very friendly southern owner made us feel welcomed. Small clubhouse that smelled sour. Sites were crowded together (there was only about 6 feet between our travel trailer and the RV next to us). Several permanent residents, but the park was neat and well kept. Is on a fairly busy highway, but I did not notice a lot of traffic noise at night. Is OK for an overnight stay but nothing to attract vacationers.
Campground is very crowded with camp sites very close to each other. The people we met were friendly. There seem to be a lot of permanent residents. The pool is heated (82 degrees). We stayed one night. We will probably not go back simply because it is so crowded. The owners seem to be going more for quantity than quality.
Park was bought out by a different owner about a year ago. Improvements have been consistently made ever since then. New sites are scheduled to be opened in March or April. Camp sites are separated from each other by bushes, trees or flowers with 90 percent of them paved. Everyone we met was very friendly and there are activities scheduled for 3 or 4 days a week. The managers are very professional. We spent 5 nights there and we will definitely continue to go camping there.
Accepts Passport for 2 nights then full cost. Was a great place to stay, except the railroad tracks were only a few yards from our site and the train woke me up twice the first night. Most sites were paved, level, good water pressure, with trees and bushes to provide some privacy. The club house is large, the swimming pool new, the office clean and well organized. The managers were friendly and helpful. The roads were all paved and lit (was a great place to walk). The laundry area looked new and was very clean. Plenty of nearby fast-food places, 2 grocery stores less than a mile away and Gainesville is only 16 miles away for shopping. Don't go expecting to do any fishing at the resort. The lake has almost dried up and is at the bottom of a small hill several thousand yards away from the camping area. We plan to go back to the resort next Spring.
This is a new resort with a great clubhouse, putt-putt for the kids, horse shoes, a volley ball court, a nice nature trail, a shallow swimming pool (approx. 3 1/2 feet deep at the deepest part), clean handicapped equipped bath houses with individual showers, 2 fire pits with benches around them and a small pond with ducks. Because the resort is so new the shaded sites are only around the edges of the resort. Most of the sites are in an open field with no shade. The northern edge of the property if located approx. 50 yards from I-75 so there is a constant background noise of traffic from the interstate which seems louder at night. The employees are all very friendly and helpful. The registration cost includes free rental of a box for Dish TV. One of the employees hooked it up for us and was very courteous and respectful. We will definitely be going back in the fall.
The lady who checked us in was very friendly. Our site was shady during the afternoon. There was a large, 3 level dock for boats and fishing. There was a clubhouse but it was locked the whole time we were here. They sprayed for mosquitoes every day but we were told the mosquitoes were bad around the pond in the tent camping area. The pool was heated and very clean. We stayed 4 days and will definitely go back in the fall when the temperature is cooler and hopefully the fish are biting.
When we arrived it had been drizzling and the mosquitoes were bad but by the next day the sun was out and the mosquitoes had gone somewhere else. Our site was slightly uphill so we had problems with sewage draining from our travel trailer into the sewer. It was an easy short walk to the river. The fish weren't biting but I enjoyed watching the sturgeon jumping out of the water. Some of the buildings on the campground needed repairs and the office building was rustic but the owners and workers were very friendly. A cat and a dog both stay in the office (club house) all day and are friendly. The site where we were was partly shaded for a few hours in the evening. We will probably go back when the weather is cooler.
When we called for reservations we asked for a shaded site on the north side of the campground where buildings blocked some of the sound from the interstate. Was assured we could get it, but when we checked in we were taken to a site on the west side with no shade and nothing to buffer the sound from the interstate. I had to wear ear plugs the 2 nights we stayed, to block the noise. They also stated they had Wi-Fi internet but the signal was so weak we kept getting a "disconnected" message. The nightly rate was suppose to be $13 a night but they charged us $5 extra per night just to park our car. Anything beyond 1 unit (a travel trailer and a truck or 1 RV) costs extra to park. We will not be going back to this RV park.
It is close to highway but traffic noise was not a factor during the time we were there. Check-in is not until 4 p.m.. Because we asked to check in before that we were told we would have to check out by 8 a.m. or pay for another full day. There were some sites that had shade during part of the day but most did not. The bathrooms and showers were very clean and were accessible only by security code for safety. There was a small pool and a small play ground for children. There were also a couple of walking trails but signs were posted saying there were possible snakes and alligators on the paths and in the small ponds.
The manager was very friendly, the campground is shaded, has a lot of walking paths, has a paved circular street for those who want to ride bicycles, is within walking distance of the Suwannee River, has rustic clubhouse with TV and almost weekly get together s. The bathrooms were clean. We stayed 2 nights and will definitely go back.
Never Dunn's RV Park is 7 miles from I-75. It is a working farm with peacocks, chickens, goats and dogs. It is located on a dirt road and the campers are parked in an open field with very little shade. The whole place had an unkempt look, the bathroom was dirty and the pool is a block away from the camping area and you have to walk past a very unfriendly rottweiler to get to it. You can't go walking because every time a vehicle passes you are covered with dust. The only positive things going for it are the owners, who are very friendly and the colorful peacocks who come looking for a handout. If I gave this place a grade it would have to be a C.
Stephen Foster State Park is one beautiful place to be in the Spring time. The azaleas were blooming and perfuming the air. There is a carillon that chimes and plays music every hour during the day time. None of the campers around us were playing loud music or were rowdy. People were out walking and enjoying the beautiful weather. There is a craft and souvenir shop in the park within easy walking distance of the camping area. There are no sewer hookups but there is a dump station at the front of the camping area. There is a playground for the children and the park sponsored an Easter egg hunt for the children while we were there. We will definitely be going back.