We had a campsite on the canal. This is a permanent home with campsite community. We found friendly people and a sense of security and peacefulness. If you like to fish or go to Pennecamp State Park nearby, this is the place to be. It is reasonably priced for the Keys in the winter. The spaces were a little tight to manage, but with patience it was doable. 40' motorhomes around us were in place. Many residents were snowbirds from northern USA and Canadians enjoying the warm Florida winters. Noseeums come out at evening and early AM so just wear some insect repellent. Within walking distance to department store and large grocery store and eating establishment, but yet it was very quiet in the campground.
Traveling across the country on Interstate 10, Fountainebleau is a wonderful park for a few days or overnight. We had no trouble with a level campsite. It was nice to have that feel of privacy, security, and peacefulness. Nice biking and hiking trails. It is close to conveniences if needed and to New Orleans if your choice is to visit the Crescent City. Clean and comfortable with a short walk to the lake.
Would have loved to have stayed longer just to explore the surroundings. Front office was so considerate seeing that we made a mistake on our reservations and they still went the extra mile to be accommodating. Pool, hot tub, entertainment and breakfasts and dinner provisions were exceptional. Campsites were rather close but environment was open so we got a view and a nice breeze. We would stay here again.
Being close to Yellowstone and to town was such an asset. Our site overlooked a national forest with a nice grassy area, concrete patios that included a table. All aspects of an RV stay were considered. The activities for children were plentiful including being able to ride bicycles in the park. Park personnel were considerate and friendly. This had to be the cleanest park we have visited in a long time. For 191 sites, there were few washers and dryers and that is my only complaint. People were waiting a long time for availability. Since, I suspect, most people stay a good while at this location, the laundry facilities ought to be plentiful and they weren't. Otherwise, it was extremely laid out and well groomed.
This park was good for an overnight stay. The office personnel were helpful and personable. Although we were close to the freeway, it didn't bother us in the evening. The dog yard was nice for pets and all of the systems worked well such as cable, electricity, and etc. There wasn't much to offer as far as amenities go -- just a place to safely spend the night. We would stay again.
At first we had trouble adjusting to the back in spots with gravel pads and the short turning radius in order to back in. We did note that many other campgrounds in this area had very narrow campsites so Spruce Lake did have room for your vehicle and a table area. The amenities are nice including washeteria. The staff wasn't real friendly but I think there is so much paperwork involved that they lose site of public relations which should supersede the paper. Pictures on website show non typical sites. In fact, only about 6 sites have trees. However, the kids loved the miniature golf, the ice cream social (staff was very nice and helpful at this event) and the pool. Close to RMNP and town and river. We did have elk in our campsite one evening so one does get the flavor of the area. We had a discount and would stay again.
Friendly staff that were helpful and escorted us to site. We had 29' 5th wheel and had one of the 3 pull throughs but we were very close to our neighbors. Even though one is above Interstate, it didn't bother us because of distance. Nice location to view stars and enjoy the cool nights in the summertime. They did have a swing set for children but it was not easy to get to and location right under a cliff would necessitate parents watching their children regardless of the age. We would stay again since it was just an overnight stop.