We made our first trip to Mosquito Lagoon to kayak. Oak Hill Fish Camp had a wonderful brochure and website and lots of pictures, and the cabins were right on the Lagoon. We knew we were in for a different kind of 3-night stay than the usual hotel/motel and were ready for a comfortable and fun time. While our cabin was cool and comfortable, we were surprised that it was not cleaned out from after someone's earlier stay. The sinks and bath was clean and the bedding was also. All dishes, silver, glasses, etc that we used needed rewashing. The TV came in fine, the wi-fi promised was spotty. The A/C was excellent, the patio and furniture was unclean and either very old, or moldy. So, we have to say the brochure and site should either be updated, or the cabin refurbished and cleaned thoroughly. We would rather have seen less ants and cockroaches. The kayaking was very nice and the speckled trout were biting. You can see why we have a mixed message. Pick and choose your priorities.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Oak Hill Fish Camp has 4 waterfront cabins in the middle of the Mosquito Lagoon (The Redfish Capital of the world). Each cabin is one bedroom one bath and will sleep up to 4. Also full kitchens to cook and serve your fresh catch. Boat dockage and an ice machine to keep that catch cold. ... more less