This is a very nice, clean RV park. In truth, it is more of a permanent RV community than a campground. Most of the RV’s are park models and are very well maintained and the grounds are nicely manicured. There is laundry facilities and a large spring fed outdoor pool. It is in a nice location, right off of US 19, but it is far enough off the road that you do not hear traffic noise. There are numerous stores and restaurants in close proximity.
Our site is a level cement pad, well distanced from neighboring sites. There are also grass yards between the sites. We have full hook ups as well as good over the air TV and we also have cable. The WIFI connection is EXCELLENT and our cell phones work without difficulty.
|AMENITIES||CLEANLINESS||HELPFULNESS & FRIENDLINESS||SITE FEATURES||PRIVACY||CONNECTIVITY (WIFI/TV/PHONE)|
|TOTAL SCORE =4.5||FULL HOOK UP COST PER NIGHT = $ 45.00|
And finally….this has GOT to be the strangest growing tree in the nation! Would you agree?
Well, that’s the last “Campground” post for this particular journey. For those of you who plan to visit some of the places we’ve been, I hope that these post have proved to be of value to you. If you get to any of these campgrounds, drop me a line and let me know if you agree/disagree with our assessments. Our wish to you as you travel is……………….. HAPPY TRAILS!