Reviews for Green Acres Lake Park Resort

By user-6238715... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2013-06-14 to 2013-06-16

Very large percentage of seasonal campers. Lots of golf car traffic in park. Okay swimming lake and also a fishing lake. Large gravel on parking areas with grass in between. Gravel/cinder roads. Nice restrooms although may be a distance from your site. Most weekends have events like bands and bonfires. Nice owner that works hard to please.

| So Much Fun!

By user-4698782... on 2017-10-23.

This camping resort is wonderful for kids and adults alike. The new owners, Demi and Fernando, made us feel at home and were very visible during our stay to make sure we were enjoying it. They were constantly working to make the grounds safe and enjoyable. There are so many fun activities for kids, and our seven-year-old daughter cannot wait to return. Although we have a camper, I used the bathrooms, and they were very clean. The office was always open and service was prompt. They have a rental key available to enter the grounds and carefully monitor all guests entering and leaving. The new cafe serves tasty food at reasonable prices, and the grounds were peaceful and scenic for relaxation. As for the kids' activities, my daughter enjoyed a huge, modern looking playground, golf cart rentals, an always inflated jumping pillow, a man-made, pristine, blue, lake with huge inflatables and life jacket rentals. She also participated in crafts for kids each day and was able to fish in another lake on the property. The owners also offer entertainment on weekends such as DJ's, live bands, Bingo, and hayrides. There was always plenty to do during our stay. This is an up and coming campground that I plan to return to frequently. We often stay at resorts such as Jellystone that offer fun activities for kids and families, and this campground offers a lot of resort fun at a reasonable price, which, I believe, will only become better. Demi and Fernando are working on plans for mini golf to open in 2018 and told me they have other plans for the future as well. I can't wait to see what they do next, and I can't imagine anyone being disappointed in their stay.

| Passport America not accepted here... very $$$ for the amenities..Pull showers you ca

By user-5873284... on 2017-10-23.

N not adjust no shade in lot for overnight,not paved ,not level, no wifi, no cable,no resort! Save your money go to the park

| Passport America not accepted here... very $$$ for the amenities..Pull showers you ca

By user-5873284... on 2017-10-23.

N not adjust no shade in lot for overnight,not paved ,not level, no wifi, no cable,no resort! Save your money go to the park

By user-5322374... on 2017-10-23.

I recently came to Green Acres Lake Park. I am very pleased with all they have for children to do. Nice beach,entertainment and very nice friendly wieners and staff. No loud drunks running around the campground. I highly recommend for any family that enjoys camping in a very clean kid friendly atmosphere to come check us out.

| A wonderful park

By user-5867796... on 2017-10-23.

It is a very nice campground. My family and I have been come to Green Acres for many years. The new owner have done lots of improvement and I like it. I always look for a nice family invironment and I found it at this park. I highly recommend Green Acres Lake Park .

| Might be a great... But I'll never truly know

By user-5493220... on 2018-07-06. Stayed 2018-06-29 to 2018-06-30

This was a stop over site on the way home from a long trip. Staff was friendly. Site was a back in for $50. Pretty full... It was a Friday prior to 4th of July. They did not require multiple nights. Why one star? Bathrooms. The installed shower nozzles that require you to pull a chain and hold it down to keep it running. So naturally it goes off when it's time to soap up. If I wanted to take a Navy shower, I would just take a shower in my trailer. With a 6 gallon water tank in our trailer, the kids and Wife have to take Navy showers to conserve hot water. After towing for 9 or 10 hours, I want a long hot shower with pressure hitting my head, neck and back. I've taken showers in some pretty scuzzy places just to have those 10 minutes of hot running water. To make it worse, the was no soap dish or shelf. So one hand is pulling the change and one hand is holding the soap. Install a soap dish gang!!! Lastly, there is no ventilation fan. So they prop the door open at night with the lights on. You guessed it. Millions of bugs all over the place. Yuk...

| July 2019

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-07-04 to 2019-07-07

Pay for life vests to enjoy advertised pond items. On busy high way. They try to control how much power you use. No outlets on hook up pole. Requested site close to fishing for disabled travelers, was furthest possible location from fishing.