The park was lovely and the trails amazing. It was well cared for. The park ranger was pleasant but really short handed. If you like the sound of trains thru the night, you are in luck. They blow their whistles a lot. Plenty of restrooms all were modernized. All in all a good place to camp. Trails along the Suwanee River were well maintained and informational. There was a really large spring that feeds the river along the trail. We saw a huge Gopher Tortoise in the River. Lots of pretty birds too.
Discounts Accepted: America the Beautiful Senior Pass
Total cost of stay: $210.00
This campground has 9 beautiful sites. All are great. We were in site #8. Next time, if there is a next time, we want to be in sites 1-3 or site #9. Lots to do around the area. Two weeks have gone by really fast. Met lots of great friendly people including Jim and Norma Corbin from Georgia. They visited the same Church of Christ we did in Stuart, Florida. Gone out to eat twice with them and picnicing with them today. Tried really hard to spot a Manatee but so far no luck. Found all kind of animal tracks on the trails including feral hog and bobcat tracks. Found shells at the Stuart Beach from the Atlantic Ocean. Visited the Fort Pierce Manatee Education and Conservation Center, Aquarium and museum. Must be reserved at least 3 days in advance but not longer than 180 days in advance.
Location, location, location nothing really special about this campground other than its in Disney World. Free Disney transportation to all the parks. Getting there is a little challenging due to lack of signage. Be sure to follow Google Map instructions to the letter. Didn't spend much time in the campground. Spent most of our time in the parks. Many of the campers had their Halloween decorations out. We were only there three nights.
First time boon docking at Wal Mart. Not alone others there also. We followed the rules but others there did not. We did not put down our jacks, did not extend the slides, did not run the generator, did not put out lawn chairs and sit outside. Outside temperature was pleasant. We slept good despite the noise. Overall good experience but definitely not in hot or cold weather.
Small spot we were in. Crowded the day we came. Only spent overnight. 5mph rule, steep fine for going over if you get caught. Friendly people. Asked us if we were smokers, apparently rules for that too. Signage confusing. Just picture graphs no words such as registration office, etc. Price was right if you have America the Beautiful senior pass.
The campground is nice, roads are sandy, grass spots. This time we stayed at a 30 amp spot. 50 amps are available for $27.00 per night, plenty of spots. Spots are roomy, limited OTA, no Wi-fi or cable. Pretty scenery, old town building, cabins rustic. Owners pleasant and accommodating. Trash picked up regularly. This was our third time to visit this park.
Really nice huge spots. #14B. Water and electricity only. Dump station. Nice park next to campground. Be sure and take Exit 88 which is a truckers route and has large lanes around Russellville city traffic. Follow signs for park.
Nice site by lake. The sites that were not lake front were about $10.00 a night cheaper. We found a larger site that was not lake front we will be staying at the next time. Next time we are going to get site #72.
Discounts Accepted: Discount for 65 years and older
Total cost of stay:
Don't really know the price because someone else paid for us. Full hookups, very clean, free wifi, lots of over the air TV, trash pick up every day in front of your RV. Very friendly and helpful people running it. Easy in and out. Within 5 miles of Wal Mart and the freeway.
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night in the motor-home