OK, all the previous reviews are correct. Scary part of town, so we didn't even grocery shop at a nearby grocery store while we were here; will do it when we arrive at next destination. Bathrooms were old but surprisingly clean. If you want a close destination to French Quarters and don't mind HWY noise, then this is an okay place to stay for a couple of days if you are careful and also do your grocery shopping before you arrive. It also rained two days really hard while we were here and the drainage is good. Should have been $20 a night not $30!! There were only about 4 RV travelers in the whole park; the rest are permanent workers that park their RVs there.
Very quiet nice RV park. The only reason I gave it a 9 instead of 10 was we couldn't get DirecTV because of trees. Also, it rained really heavy for 2 days straight and our unit was in about 3" of water. They were good about putting a sump pump out at the 'lake' of water behind several units to drain it. Wooden picnic table was pretty old. The clubhouse is old and dated but clean. A lot of seasonal RVs here and people were really friendly. Enjoyed our 9 days stay here and would recommend it. We stayed in a 36' motorhome pulling a vehicle and there was room next to our unit to store our car dolly. A plus was the laundry facilities...dated but clean and large capacity washers that were only $1 a wash or dry...great! No big grocery stores nearby (nearest town is St. Joe) so stock up on food before you arrive here.
Ok..when we pulled into the park we were really disappointed because of the old mobile homes parked in this park. Our comment was "this is where old mobile homes come to die". But, we were scheduled here for 2 weeks so we just parked and thought we would make the best of it. Turns out we had a great time and the people were friendly and the laundry had the newest washer/dryers I've seen in a long time and only $1.25 per load, but only 2 washers and 2 dryers. Our spot had a concrete (space 70) patio fairly good sized but overlooked backside of old, added on trailer but no one was looking into our unit so we felt private. Best news was the internet worked just great (4-5 bars)and it was free and could use it in our RV. Direct TV worked great also. Quiet park, not any children around that I saw. Only 1 block from grocery store was great too. Not the 'richest' part of North Ft. Myers but we felt safe and okay. Great place to stay cheaply (Passport America rates) and be centrally located to visit all the sites and beaches around the area. So, looks can be deceiving sometimes.
Friendly clean park with lots of activities going on...line dancing, water exercise, art lessons, pot lucks. Close to everything to see in the area. Our site was 517 and we had lots of room to back in with plenty of room between rv's...no trees around to bother us with DirectTV satellite...nice concrete patio pad with an old picnic table. Free WiFi at the clubhouse or the reading room. Would surely come here again.
We stayed at this park for 35 days in Dec 2013. The site itself wasn't level so that was the only part that wasn't good. People were friendly, helpful, quiet. Close to shopping and beaches. The only negative was its right by a railroad track that runs about 6 times a day. We got used to it after a while, so didn't bother us too much; no whistles, so that was even nicer. Restrooms were very clean. Huge clubhouse that we used to do our internet; couldn't get it from our site. Our Direct TV satellite worked great. All-in-all we liked it here and you can't beat the price (monthly). We have a 36' RV class A.
We stayed two weeks in a 36' RV. Backing in was okay but the site was narrow and we couldn't put out our awning. We managed to store our car dolly in front of RV. It was nice being close to beach and St. Augustine. Bicycling to the beach is very doable. Our site was in Sand Dollar #66. We liked our stay except for the no sewer problem and the sand was everywhere in the RV after two weeks. It was very stormy one day with winds up to 35 mph but in the campground it wasn't bad because of all the trees around.
Plus items for this park: Very close to downtown Savannah and easy traveling to get to park. Level gravel pad to park on, satellite reception, clean, friendly staff, lots of lawn area, and a pond on huge property Minus items: Train tracks were very close to park and heard whistles and the rumble of the trains all day and night. Only one washer and dryer for the entire park The internet connection sucked! Usually only got 2-3 bars and bounced us off line a lot. Couldn't download more than one item at a time and it took forever. The picnic table that was at our site was about 50 years old. We stayed a week.
We stayed here 9 days and didn't feel unsafe or unhappy to be there. Yes its old..site was unlevel...bathroom & shower were old but it was 7/8 percent clean (corners not completely clean, etc). Sites are close together (we had a pull thru site). Most of the people next to us were just staying one night on the way to someplace else because it is convenient off Interstate. Noise from Interstate was loud. The stink bugs were all over this time of year but that isn't the campground's fault. Not a great place to stay but not the worst either for the price and convenience. We were also amazed that we were able to get satellite reception, even with the trees and big hill on one side of park. WiFi was okay...a little slow but manageable. Staff was friendly.
We were pleasantly surprised by this campground. It is situated in a Christian Retreat Center that is located in a beautiful and quiet area about 3 miles off the Interstate. They have a section for RV campers with 30 amp/sewer/water hookups in a treed section (about 20 sites in all) with the toilet and showers located in the center. The showers and restrooms were very clean and not new but nice. It gets busy there on the weekends because they have groups come, but we weren't bothered by the activity because it is in another section away from where we were parked. They have WiFi only in the main office/dining room area. The staff is super friendly and nice, and we had a very nice 9 day stay there. Also add they had a very BIG swimming pool with a diving board. Could be busy in summer with groups there, but we were here in middle of Sept so wasn't busy during week. Very easy access to park our unit and driving to Interstate to visit historic Williamsburg, Virginia Beach, etc.
Very nice mobile home park, very well kept and people in office were great. They parked our 36' motorhome in the asphalt area that is also the entrance to the park. So, our front door area had no privacy but we overlooked a park across the driveway. It's a trade-off, neighbors close to us or asphalt with more privacy. Our DirectTV satellite worked from where we were which was a plus. WiFi was excellent, always got on, strong signal and never did drop us. Shower/restrooms were older but very clean. Laundry room was very clean and had 4 washers and 2 dryers and they only charged $1.25 wash load which was the cheapest we have had in a long time. This park is in a quiet neighborhood & only heard an occasional train whistle that was a ways off. We took the commuter train into Philly and it was so easy. The train station is only about 10 minutes from park and then a 40 minute ride into Philly that drops you about 3 blocks from Independence Visitor Center and all the tourist attractions. Train runs every half hour, so very convenient. For the price and convenience we would definitely stay here again or recommend. Price of space included 50 amp/water/sewer, Good Sam's discount.
Very clean and nice park. Enough space between campers. One way paved road going in and out of park. Got satellite reception for DirectTV, also good Wi-Fi connection. We took the one day into NYC tour they offer at the park. It was great, good talkative driver, and was a good way to see city without all the hassles. We also commuted into NYC via commuter train about 20 minutes away from park. Took us about one & half hour to get into NYC, not including drive time to train parking lot. We would recommend this park to anyone.
Very nice campground that is away from everything...no freeway noise. Has a nice large lake with little sand area for kids to swim. We stayed here two weeks and really enjoyed it. Staff was friendly and helpful. Weekends were crowded, but okay. The little store on site has a few necessities, but not big. Showers and toilets by the office were old and with everyone using just 3, they were always messy. They do not have sewer hookup or a dump station...they come around campground every Monday and drain everyone's unit if they want it. We stayed in a 36 ft motorhome towing a vehicle and stayed in a pull through site. We would recommend this campground.
We thoroughly enjoyed our 2 week stay here. It is well run, friendly staff and our site (F2) was big for a pull thru with full hookup. Our towed vechicle battery went dead and they came over to help us with a jump start. Centrally located so we visited Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard & Newport RI Mansions. We would definitely recommend staying here.
Great location if you want to party or fish in the tourist town of Weir Beach. Not on beach or lake area but close to everything. Our 36 ft motorhome towing a vehicle fit into the back-in space just fine. We requested a site with no trees so we could get our DirectTV satellite to work. Unfortunately, the site is very bare, and they just laid down large rock into the site. Picnic table they had at site was very old and broken; also had a tire rim for a tire pit. This campground mostly caters to permanent trailers and 5th wheels that park here all summer. The good thing I can say is it was very quiet during the week. The laundry facility only had one washing machine and 2 dryers, so we ended up going into Laconia to do our laundry.
We were pleasantly surprised at this RV campground. We had a pull through site for our 36 ft Motorhome with space enough on the side to park our car trailer. It is next to Desert of Maine...a phenomenon of acres and acres of pure sand that is there because of bad farming techniques back in early 1900's. It does look like a desert and they even had camels there at one time. You can buy a tour of the desert right next to the campground office. We like the cuteness and specialness of the area and it was quiet and owners were very helpful. Easy on and off access from the Interstate also. We would definitely recommend this to anyone.
This campground was great for convenience to see Montreal. Located near a commuter train station if you want to not drive into city. Also, right off the freeway for easy access on and off, but far enough away to not hear traffic. Out in the countryside, very quiet. We had a pull through site for out 36' RV pulling a vehicle and we didn't have to unhook. The showers were old and kinda creepy, but clean. Not much for a rec center, just a big open old building with a few tables, etc. Would definitely stay if you are looking for convenience in visiting Montreal during the day. People in office were very helpful and nice and spoke excellent English.
This is the most beautiful RV campground we have parked in so far on our journey across USA. Close to Charlottetown, stores, eating, shopping and gas. We loved that it was centrally located on the island so we drove our car to the east side on one day and the middle part the next day. The park is immaculate and we were here the last week of June and weather was great and hardly anyone here. We have a 36 ft RV and we parked in this large open grassed area and just backed in our unit very easily. Even though we were a ways from the office, we got excellent internet service and our satellite picked up our Direct TV signal great. Would highly recommend this place to anyone!!
We camped here a week. Friendly couple that runs the place. Most campers are here for the summer, we were just passing through and only stayed a week. They are right on the river with a dock and boat slips, a couple of trees. Nice area. The internet connection is very weak, so couldn't get it in our rig. Had to go to 'community center' which was a converted garage (not too clean) but okay for sitting and using the internet. Nearby is a ferry that will take you (not RV) to the island (bikers are free). We took our bikes and biked around it in about 2 hrs and had lunch at the "School House Restaurant" which was very good.
We stayed at this park for 2 months. We found the park to be quite nice. We parked in a mobile home spot with other mobile homes and it was alway quiet. We have a 36 foot RV. The management is very nice and accommodating. Neighbors are nice. Laundry facilities are nice. $1 for wash or dry. Has a clubhouse with two pool tables, kitchen, seating area for the 10 a.m. coffee club each day. Also has bingo, potlucks, ongoing puzzles, BBQ grills for anyone's use, swimming pool (which we didn't get to enjoy). It's a clean park, close to a Target, Chili's, Costco, and golf course and walking path. Would recommend this to anyone.
Our time here was okay. It is small, no frills, but clean. Nice that campground was close to KC attractions and family. The only thing not great about it was the trains. It is about one block from Amtrak train station and all night and day trains blow their horns. I had to wear earplugs at night. Staff was friendly. Laundry room only had 3 washers and 2 dryers so had to wait to use them sometimes. They cost $1 per load. We had a level concrete pad for our 36 foot RV. We put the tow dolly in front of unit.