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I have an nv200 I have been using for camping. They would not let me camp there unless in a tent. I thought I made it clear that's what I had when I called. I had a tent but the weather turned cold and windy...More
Third time here during the winter months and it’s pretty darn good. The roads and full hook up sites are packed sand and tend to hold rain water after it rains. Interior roads need to be filled in and smoothed out. I’m not a camper,...More
Wildlife all over , scenery is beautiful , bathhouse shower warm not hot (at 8 pm not am)and the trains go thru a mile away at 4am and you can't sleep thru it but not parks fault.overall it's a nice place and inexpensive comparably to...More
This campground is like a parking lot. There are no trees bushes or anything between the campsites. You have no shade or privacy while camping. The main trail has a sidewalk and is great for walking and biking. They are dog friendly and have a...More
This is a park that is near the savannas preserve area.. lots of birds, alligators and fishing to be had...if you have a canoe or kayak so much the better...True Florida black bass fishing here..This area is quiet and relaxing...camp out, do some grilling or...More
Staff refused to accept a camping reservation because my "camper" is a conversion van. No meaningful explanation was offered, just that a conversion van is not "RVAA certified" and is not allowed in the campground. I explained that a conversion van is not an RV,...More
We bike ride through the savanna Recreational Area, great walking and bike path, front row seat to nature, and maybe catching a look st the alligators basking in the sun, campers love it, and fisherman.
This is a great free place to view wildlife. There are plenty of places to fish from land and the fish were jumping everywhere. There is no charge to enter but you must leave by 7:30pm unless you are camping.
There is a small dog...More