Great place, we own a spot, and spend the winter there. Can't wait to get back. It's right off rt95 x 215 5mins and your in. Everything you need in one place.
I have stayed here several times during the summer months. People have always been friendly, and the wildlife is also nice to see. We would stay anywhere else in the area. As stated, pay for 2 nights and get the 3rd night free. I haven't found a "true" gated community close to that price anywhere close to the area. We are for sure coming back.
Stay away from eagles service. After calling about my leaking bearing seal and waiting 10 days to get in.Was told 2hr at $115 per hour, plus seal etc. Told me we do them all the time. I think thet lie all the time $526.×× 4+ hrs labor. Ouch
Buy 2 nights, get one free. Large park of permanent winter residents but lots of room in the off season (April thru Sept). Two restaurants on site, 18 hole golf and tennis courts.
If you like to give away money go here. Nice and clean but to pricey for me bad experience there for me
Every type of site you can think of. Huge place and a pretty pricey for what it is. Well kept. Will return , but wouldn't go out of my way to go there.
I came to TGO May 2015 for a 3 day stay. Well... I'm still here because I ended up buying a place. During peak season the prices might be a little high but you get a lot for the money; heated pools, tennis courts, pickleball courts, nature trails, restaurants, golf (extra cost), golf cart rental (extra cost), and the list keeps going. Pads are cement, level, very big rig friendly. Within an hours drive you are at Disney World, Universal Studios, NASA, Daytona, etc... During off season, you get a, "stay two nights and the third is free" deal, at reduced prices. There is even an overflow lot for car haulers. Highly recommended place.
It was older than I would have thought. People were friendly. Security was great. Only overnight and on a tight schedule so not much of a chance to really check it out.
We happened to be looking for an overnight in that area, and decided to give The Great Outdoors a try. Nice place, but too busy for our tastes, with traffic/golf carts. We got a nice paved spot for our Big Rig, and will say everyone was very welcoming. Price was $70/ night, but they give Good Sam discount. Mostly full time houses/RV places. Grocery and shopping close by. Would come back. The golf course looked very nice if you are there long enough.
Bought a lot and a month later a house. Sold both in 7 months and can wait to leave. Not a campground but a trailer park with a large number of Rv sites. Ran like a trailer park.. Month owner fees keep rising for others agendas with no vote by owners. Cranky old New Englanders who really want it to be 55+