Nice park, conveniently located near MCAS New River and Camp LeJeune. Staff very friendly and accommodating. Easy ingress and egress. Sites I have used have needed a bit of leveling. No mature trees in transient area. Nice laundry facility on-site.
This RV park is very large, adjacent to a golf course, and it extends to the river. The roads are in good shape and the sites are all back-in (grass), but very large and easy to navigate. Each site has a cement pad and some have picnic tables. The management was nice and helpful and the people in the park were about the friendliest I've ever come across. Pool was down for maintenance, but looks nice. Park was well maintained and there are lots of activities. The only downside was a relative lack of mature trees. Otherwise a great place.
This park is for military only or for those visiting for the graduation of family members from USMC basic training. The RV Park is remote, but you can still hear the wonderful sounds of the Recruits sounding off and shooting at the range. Sites are large and level and the laundry facilities are clean and inexpensive. Concrete level sites with plenty of room in between. I had some problems with the WiFi and the third party tech support was no help. Otherwise, the park was great.
Beautiful setting. Easy to navigate roads. Pull through sites large enough to fit a couple of big rigs. Wildlife sightings at night include deer and racoons. Mature landscaping and plenty of space between sites. Close to Savannah. In addition to the site fee, there is a $5 parking fee. Your type of site is reserved, but when you arrive you just pick an available site matching what you paid for (you cannot reserve a specific site). This is probably the best place I have ever camped.
Very nice park with level sites, good WiFi, clean laundry facilities, and excellent location. Staff is helpful and you get a code to access the gate after hours, if necessary. Right next to the ocean and jetty with great views a short walk away. Perfect location if you want to watch a launch from nearby Cape Canaveral or visit the space center. The only negative is that the sites are about as close as they can be while still allowing room for slide outs, etc. Not much extra though. That's the only reason for a 9 rather than a 10 rating.
As the name suggests, this campground is midway between Naples and Miami. No commercial amenities nearby, but plenty of wildlife. The campground surrounds a small lake which is visible from each site. The loop roadway is paved as are the individual sites and a large greenbelt sits between the road and the lake. Neither the roadway nor the paved sites are very wide so backing in my 28 footer necessitated steering onto the lawn area. Not a problem in Dec., but may be an issue in the soggy season. No water at the sites, but there is a potable water station to fill up if necessary. Dump station on site. Surprisingly little noise from Hwy 41. Nice place to spend a day or two.
The campground is fairly close to Naples, so it is quick to travel to town to eat, shop, or explore. The campground itself is a bit cramped. I was there over Thanksgiving and it was almost, if not completely full. I was in site #59 which was level, but a bit muddy from recent rain. The site was not wide enough to extend both my slide out and awning (due to trees). The roads are paved, and although not real wide, I had no trouble navigating a 28 footer throughout the campground. The staff helped out when I parked and was very helpful and friendly. Each site has a fire pit and bundles of wood are for sale for $5 and they will deliver the wood to your site. There was only a little noise from Tamiami Trail and quite a bit of noise from fellow campers until almost midnight. This was exacerbated by the proximity of the sites to one another. Plenty of kids were around, riding bikes, playing etc. Lots of space for kids to play in open areas and designated play areas. There is a boat ramp in the park for kayakers along with kayak rentals and fishing in the river. I broke camp at about 9:00 a.m. and there was no wait at the pump station. If you want serenity and seclusion, this is not the campground for you - at least during season. It seems to be well suited for families with children.
This campground is a few miles outside of Clewiston. It is surrounded by pastures with plenty of cows and the campground is quiet and peaceful. The staff was friendly and very helpful. My site was near the edge of the campground and the Wi-Fi reception was not very good from my site. It was much better closer to the office. Laundry facilities were clean. Nice relaxing place to stay.
This RV park is right off Hwy 75, is a no-frills park, and perfect for stopping on the way to your destination. The staff was very helpful navigating to my site and the manager even gave me a ride to the local post office because I had a letter that had to be mailed that day. There are plenty of restaurants nearby. The only negative was that there was some noise from the highway, but it did not really bother me. I would definitely recommend this park if you need a place to stay for the night in the Tifton area.
Very clean and well maintained campground. The staff was friendly and helpful and the site is adjacent to the Ortona Lock and Dam operated by the Army Corps of Engineers. Very peaceful site with great views of the river and boats going through the locks. The dam and locks are accessible by foot and you can watch the boats go through from the edge of the lock. Otherwise, there is not a whole lot to do nearby, but this campground is definitely worth a visit.