We stayed for the weekend. First thoughts were that it felt a bit cramped. We had an issue with the electrical that we couldn’t figure out, but one of the campground workers was very nice and tried to help us figure out the issue. We loved walking to the waterfront. My son enjoyed the basketball court. My kids loved the pool. It was quiet at night. The dog park consists of two fenced in areas which was nice because my dog gets bored quickly of the same area, so I alternated between the two. Overall it was a decent stay. The basic pull throughs do not have a fire pit, which sucked because it was chilly at night. The store was nice, as well. There is an entrance and an exit on opposite ends of the park - the exit is a bit tight and my husband was nervous to pull the camper that way. We noticed several people going out the entrance because it’s easier, just a heads up.
We came here to stay after evacuating from hurricane Sally. We stayed 8 days. It’s a nice rv park. The pool is great. The lazy river has a great current, the best I’ve experienced so far, RV campground wise. Due to Covid restrictions, there were limitations and not much going on. Outside of that, I’m sure this park is amazing when there aren’t restrictions in place. There were some full timers there and they were so nice and welcoming. The office staff and owner were very friendly to us, as well. The WiFi was very good! I was very thankful for that. Pros: Pool/Lazy River, WiFi, friendly campers and staff, “gated”, fire pit. Cons: no shade, no tubes for pool (bring your own), no 24/7 accessible bath house.
We recommend and will go back again for sure.
We weren’t sure how much we’d like this campground as there is no pool or campground scheduled activities, but we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. We did some paddle-boarding and walked trails. There is so much more we want to do, like play volleyball, mini golf, go kayaking, and ride bikes. It was quiet at quiet time, no problems. Nice area to explore and friendly campers. Lots of wildlife.. deer and we heard a coyote howl at night. Also, the tent campsites were nice - platforms, waterfront view, grill, and a little tree house. We look forward to returning!
Spent Labor Day weekend here and it was alright. We were moved from our reserved space due to an issue with a camper next to it, which was considerate on the campground’s behalf. The new space wasn’t good because it had a pole where our slide was, so we were moved again to a good spot. They were accommodating. We had issues with the breaker, though. Our camper kept tripping. Office didn’t have anyone to look at it. Had to go buy a 50 to 30 step down and had no issues after. The roads are really narrow, witnessed a camper hitting a parked car in a driveway. Also, our sewer connector kept popping off where it needed to be. Other than the pool, there was nothing else going on. No set activities. The pool closes at 9pm, which is an hour earlier than other places we’ve been. Also, you have to have a wristband to use the pool and if it breaks or you lose it, it’s a $20 fee which is excessive for a plastic band. My son went down the slide once and the wristband broke. Per the lazy river, it’s really narrow, and people clog it up by hanging out on the edges. Anyway, this was our experience. It’s not our favorite campground. Maybe we’ll go back, maybe not. Also, heads up, some roads are uneven and campers scrape the ground. 😬
Great atmosphere! Activities all weekend for all ages! The pool is awesome! Also has a big hot tub. The park is clean. There’s a dog park and they have a few small tubs of treats for the pups. The pool has extra beach balls to play with. Great place! We look forward to going back again soon. This is a newer RV park and it’s still in development but it is currently fully functional.
We stayed at Jellystone this past weekend and ended up staying a third night (unplanned). We had a lot of fun. The kids loved all of the Saturday activities. Campsites have a fire pit, so we made s’mores. They have a store with everything we needed, which was really nice. The staff was great and accommodating. And bonus - you can earn Yogi points! The roads are gravel and it hurts the feet when walking barefoot..so make sure you wear your shoes!