We stayed here for 2 weeks while between homes. It is very clean and neat. We saw no evidence of activity for kids, although they may be welcome. There are many park models and winter residents in RV's. The sites available for rent are bank owned, and DO NOT have cable TV. Reception on antenna and Mi-fi are strong, with all networks available. There are two circles for pets. Since we will still have business locally, we will stay here again.
This is a great park for fishermen. It is clean and well managed and has a very nice fishing museum. That being said, the sites need leveling, and when the breeze dies, the no-see-ums are a real nuisance. The waterside sites lack privacy and are very narrow. There are fishermen everywhere, but you cannot get to the north jetty, bait and tackle, nature trail, surfing areas, and swimming if you do not have a car, since walking the high bridge is not allowed. That's half the park. It is a long way to shopping and restaurants, but the ride is interesting. This park would get 10 if access was enhanced and it had sewer hook ups.
We had a waterfront site but because water hookup is on one side of site at front and electrical is on the other side at the back, we were unable to drive in to put water view in right spot. The 50 amp electrical hookup was "compromised" and a visit to the ranger station brought a volunteer to fix it. Worked fine the rest of our visit. Showers were clean until the weekend when some slobs were camping. Highway noise was intrusive but didn't disturb sleep. Big rigs need to check size carefully, since there is no standard size. This is a wonderful park to use as a base for visiting Key West, about 30 miles south. Key deer can be seen around sunset on Big Pine Key. Even if sewer hookup was available this would not be a favorite park.
After a month of traveling the east coast and New England, what a treat to stay at a beautifully designed park with all the bells and whistles at an affordable price. These parks are few and far between. Sites are long and utilities are well located. Laundry room was clean and reasonably priced. Pool was sparkling. Garbage is picked up at the site each morning. I might recommend that the signage at US 17 and Martin Palmer be enlarged or made more distinctive. We almost missed it. We visited the day after the 4th of July, when the management had hosted a party, which needed to have been cleaned up, but I give the park points for a special event. We will return.
A very pleasant surprise for an overnight. Nice shade down by the creek. 50 amp and water was requested and worked fine. Our pull through site was a piggy back with another RV, but they assured us they were leaving very early. We get some channels on the antenna, and they have cable TV, but it requires a special adapter, which we declined. Easy in and easy out. We would stop here again for overnight.
This is barely adequate for an overnight stop, but it was in the right place for our route. We asked for 50amp, pull through, sewer. We got 30 amp, hooked up to the sewer in an adjoining site, and we used two sites to make our pull through. We were not too sure about the safety of the water. The hookups are either on the wrong side or the wrong place. The nice girl in the office, who admitted to being new, had no idea what RV sites are, and basically told us to pick a site. There were a few crummy RV's that were probably here forever. We would stop here only in emergency.
Beautiful "camping resort." Staff is super helpful. We felt the first site to which we were assigned was too short. The young men who escorted us to that site, called, then went to the office to make a change to a longer site. Unfortunately, getting to most of their sites is not easy for a big rig. Roads are curvy, hilly, and tight. Getting to the park with GPS was complicated. This is the kind of park which caters to family campers who stay several weeks, utilizing all the activities, even a cafe which delivers to the site. Garbage and recycle are picked up at the site. We stayed here to visit Mystic Seaport and Stonington, which is about 25 minutes away. I think I would find a closer, less expensive park if I should return.
Perhaps we hit the wrong time, just before summer season hit, but we are disappointed in this park and how we fared. We called ahead to see if they had room for us, and were told yes they had room for 36' motorhome. Upon check-in, we were not given a choice of sites, but were assigned a back-in which was barely doable. It is pleasant and level, but has the least of amenities. No cable, sewer, and shower which requires quarters after paying $50 per night. The park is only big rig friendly in the upper 50 sites. Older part of the park is difficult to negotiate.
Welcome was friendly and helpful. Pull through sites are in a new section which is far from showers and restrooms, so plan on being self-contained. Our site was not level. Utilities were well designed and worked well. There was no cable TV and we could not get Dish. Laundry was large but could use updating and cleaning. It is also expensive: $2.50 to wash, and $2.50 to dry. There are lots of seasonal, permanent residents, in older 173 sites, not all neat. Good location for visiting Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor. For the price I might look at another park.
Pleasant park with nice facilities. Shady level sites and nice walk and small lake. It was helpful having a Flying J right across the street to help get an early start. Would stop again for ease of overnight.
Just an overnight stop for us, and would have been more satisfactory if it had not been through town traffic. We were glad that the flea market was not open during our visit. Sites were easy in and out. Small shopping center within walking distance had a grocery store and good Chinese restaurant. Probably would chose a different overnight next time.
Overnight stop for us, but obviously a weekend retreat for many families. Sites follow the shore of a large lake with beaches and lots of water related activities. Cafe serves fast food. The park is just off I-295 so might be noisy, but we had a/c to counteract any annoyance.
The owners are among the nicest we have met. We had no problem with our site, but some big rigs would have a little difficulty with tree branches and leveling. Has cable TV, but gets only the three major networks. There is a train that goes by about 11:30 pm. These don't bother us much, but must be mentioned. The location is perfect for visiting Mt. Washington and the owners have a short orientation and materials advising making the best of your visit. I would have been happy to spend a few more days.
This is a lovely park, with shady, spacious, easy, level sites. There lots of seasonal sites, but plenty of nice spots for travelers. Showers and laundry are clean. Location is convenient to town and out of the tourist area. There is some truck traffic, but it didn't disturb our sleep. I would have given this park a ten if the lake has been visible.
This is a wonderful park, especially for family fun. It is easily accessed and convenient to the Niagara Falls area. At check in, there are four choices to make to get the type of site desired, which determines the rate per night. There are too many activities to list. Staff is friendly,efficient, and helpful. Facilities are well planned and very clean. This park is only three years old, and the families involved are very active. I would have given the park a 10 if the laundry contained more than 1 washer and 1 dryer.
We were greeted by lady in golf cart. Office is not in evidence. She led us around the park to the site she suggested. It seemed to be one of few available for overnight. Because of the tight quarters, we had difficulty pulling into the site as we were directed to do. When she asked someone to help, that person suggested, critically, that we should have unhooked before attempting the site. After getting utilities started, I checked the shower house and found them disgusting and requiring 25 cent payment. We used our own facilities. Trying to use a hairdryer while the a/c was turned on blew the fuse. This park is for permanent parking and cannot be recommended.
The "office" is full of plastic storage bags. The manager did not approach us when we parked in the driveway. We stopped a car leaving the area to get advice on how to get out of this park. The park is on a hill and has few sites available for overnight guests. We used one of them to exit. We cannot recommend this for overnighting.