Worst campground I ever stayed in and I have stayed in over 150 of them. $100 a night and you are packed in like sardines. Every sq ft is utilized. You are tripping over people and dogs no room to park a tow vehicle. It took me 30 min to get my rig parked, when I left I scaped the side of the coach on a trailer tongue that protruding onto the narrow road way and the management denied and responsibly and quickly moved the trailer before I could get photos. Major RIP OFF. The Wi-Fi did not work and the cable was so fuzzy you can't watch the TV. And the staff could give a crap. It was dangerous walking around because of the heavy traffic in the park. I will NEVER stay there again.
Nice resort but need some work. Some of the roads had big pot holes that filled with water after a rain. The little building that housed the restaurant was almost rotted apart. The staff was very nice and eager to help. I would return for another stay.
The park is located on the wild St Johns River. They have a small store and a great restaurant on premises. The staff is friendly, helpful and courtious. The grounds are beautifully maintained. I have a 42' coach and had no problem manuvering the paved roads. The park is rated 5W by Woodalls and has been for 10 years. The restrooms need updating which the management say is scheduled for this summer. They have six almost new pontoon boats for rent from the store and are only a few miles by boat from Blue Springs where you can observe manatee during the winter and spring months. During my stay I noticed the completion of 8 to 10 new super sites designed to accommodate the largest of RVs.