Despite the bad reviews, we needed a place to hook-up and stay nearby, while visiting family for the holiday. This is definitely not a place for kids. Don't even bother to come with kids, because you will get the stare down look from the nearby neighbors. The other reviews are true, but if you are just looking to hook-up and not planning to stick around the park that much, it's probably fine. Apparently, the summer is pretty dead here, but we are here just before the holiday and there are a ton of snow birds from Canada; mostly over 55 community. We arrived after 8PM on a Sunday and made it to our campsite OK. A lot of permanent or long term residents. When my kids jumped out the RV to greet their grandfather, that met us at the park, the neighbors came outside a little disgruntle at the noise (which wasn't that loud), but since they obviously are not use to kids here, we seemed to be disrupting their quiet kid less park. Since we are not Canadian and in our 30's, we definitely seem to be the topic of conversation in the park. It's actually pretty funny that as plain as we are, that we can be that much entertainment. We dropped the kids off with their grandparents and my husband & I are enjoying a little senior RV living and quiet time in the hot South Florida sun. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very poorly maintained campground; many sites are in very bad repair and lots of extended stay. The folks here are not very friendly or helpful. I feel it is way overrated, and wanted others to be aware. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites very tight to permanent trailers. I thought we were actually parking on their front yard. Campers were mostly seasonal Canadians speaking French, and most were not friendly. Don't arrive after 3:00 PM as we did or there is no one in the office and it's tough to find your site on your own. No security or gate at the entrance and the area outside of the campground not that good. We camped here in a Motorhome.