We are staying here for two months renting a lot in coach corner. Like others have said, it's huge facility. Still very quiet and people seem friendly. Bring lots and lots of mosquito spray or be prepared to be carried off by the insects. It's in the middle of a 2600 acre swamp and the resort does not spray to control insects or the Mosquitos. You'd think with tropical and other mosquito born diseases they'd make the effort.
Lastly, there are two restaurants here, Plantation House and little place called the Jukebox Cafe that's supposed to be a 50s style soda fountain or hangout.
First, the Planation House is nice. More a bar for the golfers then a real restaurant. Food is pretty good as far as club house type places go. Wait staff is more focused on the bar area and their friends then the dining area. I ordered a beer, which the bartender brought, and I never saw her again. She watched a football game on the big screen and joked around with her friends at the bar. I left after half hour without ever being asked if I wanted anything to eat - which I did.
Lastly, the Jukebox Cafe - what can I say about this sorry excuse for a place? The waitresses, bless their hearts, are trying hard but, the menu makes no sense at all. I ordered a hamburger with chips and a coke. Hamburgers are pre-cooked then warmed on the grill. They bring the potato chips in a bag and they don't have shakes, malts or soda fountain drinks. Nothing in this place even resembles a soda fountain, has a soda fountain menu or experience. Unless you count the posters of Elvis and old signs hanging on the walls. I think this is supposed to do it for ambience. Oh, they have fake jukeboxes wall-mounted at each table that don't play and are really AM/FM radios. I was never able to figure out how to turn the one at my table on for some tunes. I'd rate the whole experience is strictly mediocre and a waste of time and my money. I won't go back. I think the new owners have no money to really make the environment work and I bet they don't last long with what they are doing.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Offers 3,000 acres with 14 lakes and a championship golf course. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Great Outdoors Rv Hotel Titusville