If your idea of camping is the ability to reach out and touch RVs, then you will love this place. They also charge a extra fee called a resort fee and it is required ($3. A day)
Old park, mostly 30 amp, Verizon worked ok, agree with other reviews for most part Fortunately we were in under TT elite discount which is half off, otherwise would not stay here, nothing nearby
First there is the resort fee $3.33/per day. This is no resort, anyone can call themselves a resort. The pool was a sea of the full time resident seniors on pool noodles all day every day. You saw the WiFi symbol. and they have WiFi for $7/day Site is out of T-Mobile and AT&T range for your own hot spot. If you need to be on Pine Island, book for one or two days max to see for yourself. it's hard to get refunds back from them I had to go to KOA and one month and still outstanding. I booked it because it was a KOA, but they shouldn't be a KOA.