It is so hard to get a reservation here, so we decided to take what we could get so we could try it out! Staff is very nice, park is clean and I’m sure in the summer it is bustling! Lots of cool summer activities and some amazing scenery and views of the lake. A tip to get reservations! Call and put your name on a waiting list for the dates you need. If they have cancellations, they call the people on the list instead of releasing the dates on the website!
This place is huge! Lots of sites. Well laid out design. Big pool and lots to do. They have a restaurant there that is right in the lake. Food was great! We had a pull through full hookup site in the new section of the park. Pretty level, nice fire pit, and as much room as you’d expect in a park this size. Kids loved the playground and pool. Staff was nice, and it was about 20 minutes to downtown Savannah but close to plenty of restaurants and shopping. As mentioned before (and normal with new parks) there is no shade. Also the WiFi and cable were non existent. We were told on the phone the WiFi was “spotty” and then when we got there we were told it had been knocked out by a lightening storm (as well as the cable too)… but on the internet it says you have to ask for a direct tv box and they are first come first serve. I did ask about it and they said they didn’t use that anymore. Obviously it wasn’t a deal breaker to us, but for the price you pay you should at least have dependable WiFi, and it didn’t work at all. There was also construction going on while we were there, but we left during the biggest part of the day while they were working. Good experience but just some little details that could be improved on for sure and at least having the amenities that are advertised or offering a discount when you know they aren’t working.
Nice little park with some neat things to see and do. Staff was friendly and helpful. The campground was well kept. Be mindful Of the notice on the website about entering the park via Hwy 52. That’s a legit warning. Thankfully we were aware of that because our GPS tried to take us that way. As mentioned before, it is a small park. Although our campsite was listed as 42 foot in length our TT is 32 feet), my very experienced in driving a trailer husband had to take several attempts to back in due to trees closely lining the road and drop offs on the side of the road. The park employee explained to us that he has mentioned the issue to his supervisor but he is not allowed to remove the trees that block path for backing up. He says most people just “drive over the timbers” where the drive way is. We are rule followers and my husband is meticulous as well, so he’d never do that! The site was very unlevel as well. It was list to have a “slight” grade and I’d beg to differ on that. We were backed up to overhang the site and maxed out our tongue jack and was barely able to get level. All in all, it was a great park and trip, but it’s definitely not made for bigger travel trailers or RVs, and even though it lists it will fit, it might be nearly impossible to make that happen in some situations.
Very clean, large, private sites. All of the sites have their own space. They are very well laid out. Small campground and easy for the kids to bike and play. The beach was closed for high water, but it looked like a nice area. Only a couple of minor complaints… people drive way too fast on the roads, quiet time not enforced or observed and no gate or anything to regulate traffic. We were at site 8, close to the front, and people were driving in and out all the time and it made me very worrisome with the kids. We also had a group next to us that were still “hanging out” at 2am. We didn’t complain about it, but nothing else seemed to be enforced aside for not parking on the grass. We aren’t complaining campers, but 2am is pushing the limits a little bit in my opinion. I also am giving some grace bc the whole place was full for the holiday weekend. We will go back, I just hope the speed limit will start to be enforced a little More and people are more considerate of the kiddos playing.
We stayed for a weekend since this isn’t a terribly far trip from our home. We had some friends recommend the campground so decided to try it out. The park is nicely maintained, clean, and the views are spectacular. We stayed in site 22 which is a standard lake view I believe. That side of the park has a pretty big cliff behind it so no water access from the site. The opposite side views the marina. Our site was very level and clean. Hookups were easily accessible. Be very cautious of the site lengths. Some are extremely short and I’d say the measurements are nearly exact. Since our site backed up to a drop off, there was a small fence so no way to “hang over” the pad a little for extra room. It was exactly the length we needed with nearly zero wiggle room. The sites are very tight too. As mentioned above they are staggered so you still have the view, but it is pretty tight backing in. Also notable is when you are backing in you’re blocking the entire road. The road is one way and there’s not enough room to get around anyone. Makes for some traffic back ups during check in and check out. Lastly is the price. There are several amenities, but at $90+ a night, it’s pushing the limits for sure. We’ve stayed in places that were just as nice or nicer for $60 a night. If you’re looking for a nice place with a great location, then the price might be worth it, but for us as weekend warriors who just came for relaxing and for the views, I’m not sure we will be back mainly because of the price.
Playgrounds everywhere. Nice big sites with full hookups in the newer section. Price is very nominal for the amenities in my opinion. We were able to go “creeking” do trail walking, bike riding. Just a super neat little place. They even have a little village set up houses to play in! There is even free firewood! Would definitely go back. Throughly enjoyed by all of us!
I love the way this campground is set up. Sites are in sections in small loops. Very good for families. Kids can ride their bikes around the circle. Playgrounds are everywhere. Very clean. Full hookups. Nice pool and mini golf too! Only downfall here is their isn’t really a place to access gorgeous dale hollow lake without a boat… we could see it with a small drive but there isn’t a beach on the KY side. I also wish they would have mentioned the length to water hookup. We ended up having to go buy a longer water hose bc the hookup was more than 30 foot away. We now keep a 50 foot hose, but didn’t realize at the time there was actually hookups that far away.
We’ve stayed here several Times and always love it. Love being able to access the lake. Sites are spaced nicely, lots of shade in most areas. We usually stay in the E loop. Beware of some of the best sites in the B loop. Some of them do not have electric hookup, but the view is amazing! Also gets a little crowded at the dump station on the weekends at check our time. Be sure to visit Paradise Point a short drive from the campground. It’s amazing!
We stayed here overnight and it was a nice campground. Sites are a bit randomly dispersed. Sites for tents all the way up to motor homes. The tent sites here were really neat. They were back in the woods but marked very well. Lots of trails and activities. We did not receive any local channels with our antenna, but we didn’t try to adjust it since we were only there for one night. Several full hookup sites. Nice and shaded in most places. Very clean and quiet.
This was our first visit to the Gulf Shores/Orange Beach area and Pandion did not disappoint during our stay. Sites are huge. Plenty of space to park your camper and vehicle (or even two for the most part). Some amenities were limited due to covid, but they had plenty of signs up, had contactless check in, spaces loungers our around the pool, and everyone was very respectful of your space. There is cable, full hookups are very site, and everything is very well maintained. There is an airport nearby so there is some noise related to that. There is also a nice bike/nature trail Connected to the park. The only downfall (very minor) was the trash drop off. I believe they usually do a pickup but have suspended that do to Covid. It was up by the entrance which was very far from where our site was. We just took it when we left but it would be nice to have a couple of different locations. We will definitely be back if we travel back to this area.
This was a pit stop for us and it worked just great for that. We had a 50amp pull through site. It was very level and we didn’t even unhook from the truck! We stayed one night, easy to find, close to the interstate, clean. They had no contact check in. The pool was open and they had a nice play area for the kids. Nothing too fancy but great for our overnight stay.
So many things to do here! We have stayed several times and in different sites. The newer section (200’s are the site numbers) have paved roads and new playgrounds. Downfall is zero shade. It is really hot there in the summer. The older sites are more established with shade but most are gravel and not as easy to access while walking or biking. Karst beach is so nice with the wibit (extra cost but worth it). The pools are OK in my opinion. Small and hard to socially distance (which matters these days) and the water slide is a bit too rough for us, but there’s always an activity or fun to be had somewhere. At our last stay (through July 4th holiday) the gold carts about drove us crazy. They were buzzing around all hours of the day and night. Food options are great and it’s always clean. We thoroughly enjoy our visits here!
This park is very clean and well maintained. There is a mini golf course, paved roads and sites. Staff was very friendly, and a nice little museum with activities and bison viewing. The sites are a bit small (in length) and ours (49) was very un-level, and worst of all had no shade at all. Even with our awning out it was scorching until 730pm. There was a lot of “yard” space and plenty of room for the kids to play though. There is also a pretty steep grade to enter the campground as well. If coming from The south into the campground, get off at the Richwood exit. Our GPS routed us another way and Richwood would have been much easier. The campsite did not provide any specific directions, and I feel that would have been very helpful for anyone coming from out of town. All in all, the campground was nice, but It just will be a one time visit for us.
Spacious sites, very level, and a very clean park. Enjoyed our opening weekend. Great views, lots of playgrounds for the kids. I’m sure this place is hopping during the summer, but it was very relaxed and quiet on the cool, rainy weekend. As others have mentioned, not much cell service, but it was enjoyable. Only downfall for us was no where to “park” when traveling to the different play areas (basketball court, playgrounds etc). Warmer weather would make that better though. Hope to be back during the summer soon!