This is one RV park that only after a few hours of being here we want to come back and spend a week or so. Last night was just a one-night stopover on our way to North Carolina so spend some time with Jennifer.
We had a gravel pull-through site. We had a concrete patio with a picnic table.
There is a beautiful lake on the property, but signs say watch out for alligators. Don’t know if I will be sitting in those chairs watching the sunset.
There is a very nice restaurant right on-site a stone’s throw from any site in the park.
The pool is huge and looks very nice. There was a kiddy pool next to the adult pool.
All of the lanes between sites are paved and perfect for walking your puppies. Just gotta make sure they are not dinner for the alligators.
Hubby loves tractors and there it was. An antique tractor.
Check-in was quick and easy. There is a small camp store (MARKET) in the office area. The store sold mostly trinkets, some frozen snacks and a drink cooler. I did see a few snacks that caught my eye, one being peanut brittle. An escort on a golf cart led us to our site.
This park will soon be adding a Lazy River. Just some of the amenities are listed on the Legend below.
There are buildings under construction and they are going to build a LAZY RIVER.