Stayed here for 2 weeks to visit family. Nice place to stay. Clean, 2 pools and very friendly. A 50+ community. Pets allowed on leashes only. Only down side is the sites along the train tracks. Not only is it noisy I think it stirs up the bugs.
We had reservations for Autumn 2017 and then IRMA hit, we could not get there. When we did get there, they showed us our spot, which was too small and backed up to the railroad tracks and snake swamp. We were so disappointed and asked for our deposit back, we were told that the time period had lapsed and they could not refund. We could not get there because of the hurricane. The place is really a dump compared to other parks in the area. Just keep on going.
Whispering Palms? Should be called noisy and cramped Palms. We are camped within 50 ft of US Hwy 1 and it’s deafening. Truly. With the highway on one side and a set of well used train tracks on the other it’s virtually impossible to sit outside and have a conversation or get a full nights sleep. The irony is quiet hours are 9pm to 9am. Someone forgot to tell the highway and trains that. The site is so small we can’t put our awning out. Not going to be staying at Whispering Pines again.
Campsite was right by entrance and 4 lane highway (hwy 1). Very narrow sites and close together. Relieved we’re only here for a week. It’s hard to be impressed with any of the other amenities as well as the convenient location when the first impression is so disappointing.
I can’t think of any other park I’ve stayed at that was noisier than this one. Been here 2 weeks & haven’t slept. Between the constant trains, dump trucks, sewage trucks & workers slamming doors on maintenance building, it’s been impossible! They do have lots of activities & it’s very clean but EVERYONE I’ve talked to here is annoyed by the constant racket!