Not exactly big rig friendly but we got our 42 footer in. Staff is not very friendly or helpful.
Another review mentioned waiting for the gate to be opened by security. I arrived at 9:30 pm on a friday and the gate was open and the security guy was in the booth. What I didn't like was the fact that I had already paid online but I still had to go to the office in the am to get a pass to put in my rv. They should hs be had this ready and waiting for me on my arrival. Biggest complaint Is the noise from I 95 and the trains. WOW. Also there seemed to be a lot of homeless people in the tent area and loitering around the front of the park. For such a nice oasis the place does not seem very well maintained. The hiking trail needs work as the surface is too low and muddy. Also $40.00 a night is too high for a public campground shared with park goers and throngs of Frisbeegolf players.
10 mins from the beach. Nice and quiet. Lots to do. Decent price. The noise wasn't bad. Stayed a week. Nov 1-7 2017. Will likely go for a month next season.
Staff friendly, all hookups, electric, trails, facilities.
Most all reviews have already stated the ups & downs of this park. RR tracks are almost inside the park itself! Greater plan is to add another train system to these tracks which currently run freight, Amtrack and Tri rail trains. Security is a bit tight mostly on weekends, with a few employees asking your status, but I WANT that. That's what discourages the bad element from nosing around. Staff here is like anyplace else, They treat you how you treat them. Park itself is an oasis in the urban megapolis, with another local exercise park adjacent. A 3 tier noise wall would be the only possible solution to noise, and may not totally block sound of interstate 95 / trains. Close to publix, bus service to tri rail station a short walk to Powerline Rd.
This place has nice shaded sites but that's it. If u go out past 7pm u need to call security & wait for them to get there to let u back in. They also have a sign in front office about the trains that go by all day & night blowing there horn. I also got woken up by a repair crew from county at 7am to start a project. If u want peaceful camping this ain't it.
Was full so I paid $44 only to park in the parking (but could use restrooms and shower at the camping). It was the same rate than a site, but I had no service. This is too much expensive for a parking with train sirens every hour.
My family and me really enjoyed our stay at the Park. The people at the office are very friendly, even the animals in the park are friendlier. Certainly, we will return as soon as possible.
We enjoyed staying here. Nice playground for the kids, lovely walking trails, and a nice treed lot.
We spent 2 nigjts and bicycled to beach. Could not ask for better. Plenty of place on site, trees a lake. So much better than an RV park.
Nice campground with nice trees all around and great service but (and but) the noise from the train and I95 ( almost in the park ) was a pain; real pain!!! Too bad for such a nice place!
For what it is, it is a very nice park. Gates that lock at 7:00 p.m. They give you a code. Electricity, water. Bathrooms. Showers. Lots of ducks & duck poop. Frisbee golf. Pond. Events. BUT The campground is asphalt pads. Pads are RV park close to each other. Lots of light overnight. A train runs right behind the campground. Yes, overnight. You can hear the occasional booming car stereo and tire screeches, also.