We stayed here in 2006 and 2007 and were very disappointed in the rates this year. It is so expensive to travel with fuel costs being so high, we were surprised that the site cost had gone up so much, too. However, the deluxe sites are very nice and included patio furniture, brick patio and chimnea. They are very pet friendly. The rest rooms were very nice and clean with extra touches of decoration, makeup mirror and smooth top vanities and extremely clean showers with plenty of shelves and hooks. Easy access to all roads for all activities and parks. Even though it was close to the road, we had no noise problems. Sites were a little close, but staggered, so our neighbors weren't directly on line with us. I would love to see the park lower the rates a bit and maybe they would be more full. There are other locations in the Orlando area that are just as nice for less money.
This park is part of Lazy Days R.V. -- a huge place to buy just about any kind of motor home you are looking for. There are salesmen available if you want one, but we have never been pressured when looking at the motorhomes on display. They have a wonderful service for people who buy their motor homes there, or for those of us who didn't. Sites are paved, some shaded and many to choose from. Cable, WI-FI, E-W-S all come with the site, as well as a newspaper every morning, free breakfast and lunch, lots of friendly staff, very clean facilities, large swimming pool and huge rec hall. It is just off I-4 at exit 10 with a Camping World, Flying J and Cracker Barrel on the same site. Very close to everything and easy access. Very good value and well worth the trip. We will stay there again.
This is the most unbelievable park we've encountered! Beautiful winding drive through oaks and palm trees to a partially shaded 36-site campground. The area was very natural and well maintained. The staff emptied the garbage about 6 times a day. The park is near the interstate, but noise was not too noticeable. It was fantastic to be just a few miles from Universal Studios. Perfect location to play at Universal and them come back to rest and go again. We were on Site #3, just inside the entry, which was a very large site with lots of room all around. Front sites have EW & S ($18); sites closer to the lake have EW ($15). A dump station is available. The gate closed at 7 PM, but you get the code for the padlock if returning after dark. No big deal opening the gate for yourself. Showers were old and desperately needed painting and mirrors. I wouldn't walk in barefoot. I would have rated this campground a 10, except for the showers. No store, but it was so close to everything, it didn't matter. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The City of Orlando has a gem of a campground, with lots of pavilions, fishing area, swimming and outdoor rec areas. I wish it were closer to our home so we could visit more often. It is very affordable and well worth the trip. We will return.