This is an OK park is you like quiet and rural. There is no cable TV and no Wi-Fi, even though management said there was. My Verizon air card would not even work because of the distance from civilization. For the price this park was worth it.
It’s an OK place, but calling it a resort is a stretch. Water pressure is extremely low, roads and sites are muddy and rutted, and Wi-Fi is sporadic. The many permanent construction worker residents have turned sites into eyesores. It’s a good place to be close to Philadelphia and New York City. Each is about an hour away. Malls and other stores are close.
They say that it’s four miles off I-95. It’s more like eight, and some of them down a narrow winding road to the middle of a mosquito-infested nowhere. They charged over $50 for a substandard lot. First, after asking for 50 amp service, they put us in a 30 amp lot. After disconnecting everything I went back to the office, and they charged me another $4.96 for the 50 amp change. The lot was lopsided, WiFi did not work and the cable television was terrible. Next time we would go elsewhere.
This is a class A RV park. Intended to stay one week, and wound up staying more than two weeks. It's near Vegas, Death Valley and other attractions. They have a fitness gym equal to any commercial one back home. The staff is very friendly, helpful. We're going back next year, and the year after, etc.
This was our second visit to this park. It's close to Wal-Mart, other stores and restaurants. Strong cable TV reception, clean restrooms, nicely laid out park with level sites. The office and other staff are polite and helpful. You can't ask for anything more.
This is by far among the nicest RV camps we've ever visited. It's clean, within walking distance to town, and landscaped beautifully. Office and other staff go out of their way to help. The back-in sites are large, and the pull throughs and set in wooded parcels with plenty of room to spread out. We enjoyed a week-long stay enough to reserve two weeks in January. There are no tents allowed, which is a plus. There are banquet facilities, a large pool, and even a pond with a water wheel. I highly recommend this facility because of all its great attributes.
This a nice, clean park with level sites and plenty of extras. They have a well stocked store featuring RV parts and accessories. I needed an oddball size bulb for a closet light and had one! I bought extras. The park is located about two minutes off of I-75. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable. I'd go there again.
This is not a destination for peace and relaxation. It caters to rowdy, beer drinking adults and their unruly kids … in some cases brought in by busloads … much to the dismay of those paying well over $30 a night plus $5 per pet for hookups on substandard lots. There is no cable TV; you can’t even get antenna channels due to the remoteness of this facility. For six nights we were shoehorned into a tiny space that disallowed motor home slides to be fully opened. The creek is littered with dead branches and trash. Adults and kids use it for bathing and washing dishes. People insisted on using fire pits between spaces that spewed ashes and hot cinders on neighboring rigs and cars. Limited WiFi is available in the office. They boast waterfalls on the property, but getting to anything that remotely resembles a waterfall is nearly impossible. You must walk along very steep, muddy and dangerous foot paths. This campground is a disaster and should be avoided unless your idea of camping is a culture equal to a noisy, low class trailer park. There are other area facilities that offer much more.
Nice park with good services. Ask to stay away from tent campers who tend to be noisy. Staff is very accommodating and customer friendly. The shuttle bus to the historic district is available at a cost and well worth it.
We stayed at Woodsmoke for eight days and it was a wonderful experience. It’s clean, modern and well worth the cost. The owners/workers are friendly and bend over backwards to make a stay a truly memorable experience. The park has a nice blend of permanent and transient residents. Activities vary and there is something for everyone.
It's very expensive for what you get. The cost was $120 a night for a so-called "waterfront" location that turned out to be a small marina hardly viewable through trees. They don't tell you that a 12.5 percent tax is added to your bill. That equaled to an extra $30 for two nights! The sites are very narrow and noisy. We were shoehorned between tent campers who on both nights partied into the wee hours of the morning. The RV park is located in a seedy area of town with plenty of homeless people and other undesirables. There is a $2 per person (50 cents for seniors) charge for the local bus to downtown. It takes about 45 minutes. The route winds through much of the city, including low income areas and shopping malls. I would not recommend this park to anyone. It would be less expensive to stay out of town and rent a car to drive into Key West.