We would definitely recommend this campground. The staff was very accommodating including guiding us to our site and helping with setting up our electric and water. The animals were a nice added benifit for the children. Quite and peaceful
Very welcoming staff that is helpful. Park is well maintained and bathrooms are clean. The overnight sites are very simple with hook ups and a flat spot to park. Unpaved.
Clean, has nice workampers, beautiful oak trees and rolling hills, and the animals add to the experience. One of the nicest campgrounds we have stayed in since we bought our rv 3 months ago.
Very nice place! Would stay again.
Great place for our 40 footer. The staff is extremely helpful and there was easy ingress egress. Watch out if you're using Apple Maps because heading north it takes you to the right instead of the left. Basically you need to get back on the service road paralleling the south bound lane to get to the campground. We had a great stay, nice and quiet even though next to the interstate. Would come back.
Lets be clear, this is a campground, not a Big City RV "Resort". Having said that, this is a beautiful, peaceful park that is well cared for. The office was friendly, golf cart guy takes you to your space and remains until your electric is hooked up. There is plenty of space between rigs. Great place if you have a dog to walk as there is lush grass everywhere. Restrooms are clean, the office store has all the essentials and more. Easy highway access and the town of Alachua has everything you need so no need to drive into Gainesville 12 miles away. We stayed four nights.
It has some bugs but we had no problems with anything. The animals were a good addition to the campground. There is some noise from the interstate but you can't really hear it. The bathrooms were clean but a little out of date. Would stay again.
Bring cash or check. They do not accept credit cards. Park itself is easy on easy off.
We enjoyed our stay not only because it was close to the UF so we could watch the their first game of the season, but the kids loved the animals that reside in the camp grounds. We didn't get much time in the pool due to the weather but it is well maintained. We will definitely be back.
Partially wooded and narrow asphalt drives with tighter turns, overnight sites are on level gravel, but updated hookups. Wifi is through Tengonet and can be pain to connect. Near freeway noise. They guide you to site and help with hooking up.
Every year, on the way to Daytona, we stop off and visit the critters while we recalibrate for a new season. Always clean, always organized, always helpful.
For 39 bucks a night, cash only, you get the honor of staying behind other 6 or 7 RVs in line, without even getting your own private space. Just one huge rip off!
I've been RVing for over 30 years. Worst experience ever. I gave up a months rent. Never even hooked up my sewer. Went 4 miles North and have spent the winter in a very special place.
Always stop here on our way to and from Texas, while living in Fort Myers, we look forward to staying here, this is a special place, recommended it to anyone
No overnight stays unless you can be there by 10pm. So if your traveling east off of I-10 and then South on 75 keep in mind time change. Sounded really friendly and offered apologies but nonetheless they will not accept you after ten
Friendly staff, clean restrooms, clean park, easy access off I-75 = felt safe. No WIFI, everything else worked as advertised. Granddaughter loved the animals which was an added bonus. Would recommend to travelers needing a place to spend a day or two on their way north or south.
Great staff; well run operation. Unique overnight sites but they work just fine.
Something they don't mention here is the price STARTS at $39 and then after 2 ppl it's $2 per person. We were a late arrival and no one mentioned any prices to us, or additional prices. It was more of a trap. Also you get about 4 mins of hot water and then it gets nice and cold which is terrible in the winter. There's plenty of RV parks around here, I don't recommend it here.
You park in a straight line one behind the other. When you leave, you turn and go down a rough incline, too much for class A. 45 foot with tow car.. With that said all went well.
I reserved a pull through for a night, paid my $50, escorted to a line of rigs, not allowed to plug in our own unit. As my journeyman electrician husband stood there and laughed. So if the guy in front of us decides to leave later, we’re kind of stuck. We’ve been full timing for 20 years, this was a first.
Prices increased by new owners. Pricey for what you get. Helpful, friendly staff
A good spot to stop for the night. I wouldn’t want to stay more than that. Very friendly staff. The long sites are a bit weird as you pull in a long line. Thankfully we were on the end so we could easily leave in the morning...but you could easily get trapped in.
I have stayed here many times traveling through the area. Nice farm type campsite but parked in line. Not too difficult to get out down a slight incline to the next row but easily transitioned. Class A guys don't like it though. I've never had a problem with either a TT or Class C with a toad. Convenient to I75 and gas, food etc. Nice camp store and pool. GS discount honored.
Great place for overnight or longer. Has a nice doggy area. The farm animals and parrots were fun. Beautiful areas, lots of trees. The overnight spaces are pretty minimalist but adequate. Park is very clean with really nice green spaces. Easy in and out nice level pads
There is nothing wrong with this campground! It is very clean. Office personnel were extremely pleasant. Roads are paved. Cable great. Wifi a little spotty. Yes you park parallel but plenty of room to get out if you are not in the 1st position. Parallel parking is done a lot out west. We almost didn t stop here because of reviews. I found nothing to complain about.