Date of Stay: September, 2017
Came to this park as part of the evacuation of Florida for hurricane Irma. Manager, and his staff, could not have been kinder or more generous. The manager was doing everything he could to find a spot for evacuees to get them off the road. I was met by camp workers at 12:30 am (after a 13 hour drive) to get me backed in and settled. Over the weekend, there was free food available for everyone at the unfinished (at that time) pavilion. Roads and sites are gravel and dirt. Water pressure is over 100lbs, so be sure to use a pressure regulator. Motor gasoline, as well as, non-ethanol gasoline is available for campers and the general public. Main office has a small store with the usual supplies. Verizon voice and data excellent. ATT is non-existent. I am told you can get ATT service at the boat dock. We look forward to returning here for a much more leisurely stay.
1 people found this review helpful
Over night stop returning to Florida. The pull through site assigned was level. Paved roads, but sites are gravel and dirt. There is an abundance of grass where people don't walk. All services worked correctly and were easy to reach. ATT and Verizon both data and voice were strong. Very quiet surroundings. Did not use bath facilities, so can't really comment on their cleanliness.
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