Stayed on site 115. No tree coverage or shade, but a nice site. Full hook up & well maintained. Campground is new & facilities look like it. Well maintained & the sites are all well manicured. An off leash dog park, 24hr rec room, general store, and restroom facilities. Would definitely recommend if in the area.
We booked this to be in Orlando for a family event. The campground is fine. Lots of long term or permanent residents. Bathrooms are well maintained & in decent condition. Has a pool. The grounds were fine. Nothing special but at the price for 2 nights, it was good. Full hookups & site was concrete. Would use this for a short term stay again.
We booked a night last minute while driving through the state. The campground was quaint & VERY well maintained grounds. The sites were nice & not washed out. Bathrooms were large & have covid guidelines in place. We stayed in waterfront site #7. The only reason I would drop a star (but it’s not their fault) is because there were SO many mosquitoes at night. Other than that it was beautiful, even on a rainy day.
We arrived at check-in time & was told to sign in on a waiting list. They called names by yelling out the door. Waited about an hour to finally check in & was told to fill out 3 pages of info (I could have been doing during the wait time). However staff was friendly & obviously overwhelmed.
Campground was okay.
We were in D26 which was alright. Slight leveling of the RV needed since no concrete pads on Dodson St. No trees or shade. Everything got pretty dirty. Windy & hazy in January.
We work remote & data service was tough to get.
Lots of people seemed to always be changing sites as they said they extended their trip longer.
Overall it was a decent campground but I’d prefer to head to Florida.
No reservations available & no shower house which are a bummer.
However, we got in just in time before a rush of other RVs. Picked site 41 & it’s perfect. Full hook up, perfect trees for lights, and a grill. No fire pit ring which is a bummer though.
The campground is beautiful. Hiked up the gorge today & was not disappointed.
I can’t imagine what this place is like when the weather is warmer…I’m sure it’s a packed mess, so happy we got to experience it in cooler temps.
Unfortunately though the spring bath houses are closed Jan 25- Feb 4 for park service maintenance. Bummer!
This campground is beautiful. Spanish moss hangs in the trees, the grounds are very well maintained, and the shower house is updated & pristine. We arrived after dark & were told we would need to use one of the pull through sites until morning so campground associate could assist us backing into our site. This was fine since we had been driving all day & were tired. Many RVs there for the season, some which appear annual, and full timers. Good mix & everyone was very nice. The dog park is excellent & there are plenty of potty stations with bags around the dog walk. We rented kayaks one day ($15 for a single kayak for one hour). The creek was gorgeous & easy to float. Wish we would have done that float daily. Would highly recommend this campground & we certainly will be back!
The campsite had fine amenities that I would expect from a KOA: decent bathrooms, playground, basic pool. What I didn’t like was the gravel roads around the campsite were very washed out from rain, unlevel, and I was nervous we’d bust up the camper pulling it. Our specific site didn’t have a picnic table, it was very small, and had no shade. We were in spot #26.
It was overall ok. Quiet. I think I’ll try another campsite in the area next time.