May 26, 2019 - reviewed by Trevor
Very nice & quiet .. Awesome only 8 miles from downtown cedar key. Clean level cement pads great amount of space between sites. Stayed memorial weekend had a great time. We will definitely be back.
March 17, 2019 - reviewed by Randy
No WIFI, PLENTY OF EXCUSES
This us a great park. We love the park and the other campers. The management doesn't try to fix any issues or problems, but does offer alot of excuses and blame. It's always somebody else making a mistake. The WIFI is unreliable for the majority of the time. We never use it. Perhaps a new owner will appear, I believe the park is for sale
April 1, 2018 - reviewed by Dave
One of nicest parks we have ever stayed in! Huge lots, cement pads, super clean, lots of trees. Nice staff, heated pool. Cedar Key is about 7 miles away. Will definitely go back for a couple day stay.
February 10, 2018 - reviewed by Deb
Great park, level cement pads for your site, paved roads, very clean and quiet. LOTS of dogs here with the full timers but all very friendly. WiFi is decent. No broadcast TV but they have cable. We were in site 82 by the back pond. There is a 4 to 5 ft aligator in this pond. It made me a bit nervous with our small dogs but we never saw it come out of the pond. The manager says they wont come get it until it gets over 6 ft, geesh!
October 21, 2017 - reviewed by Denise
This was my first time with me RV. Told them when I booked the site I will need help backing into the site. The owner was at the site and talked me onto the pad. He took the time to talk me through hook-up. So nice and started my time here on a good note. Since I travel alone it is also nice to feel safe, this place is. The grounds are clean and sites are big. Will be back.
June 24, 2017 - reviewed by D. Haas
Nice But Far From town
Very friendly staff and decent setup but its 7 miles to town so if you don't have smaller transportation you're out of luck. We moved to a closer site where we could ride our bikes into town.
April 15, 2017 - reviewed by Dave G
Booked A Week, Stayed Two
Large sites, level concrete pads, great utility console, fast internet and extremely quiet. We booked a month next year, need I say more. 5 of 5.
April 5, 2017 - reviewed by Carla
We always enjoyed visiting Cedar Key now that we have an RV we need to find a RV Resort to stay there. We just arrived today for our second visit. We find it well maintained. There are nice parking pass. The drives are blacktop and in good condition. They have a dog park which we like. The pool area is nice and the clubhouse is nice. I am not sure where the person stayed bit it was not this resort. It also costs more then 30.
February 15, 2017 - reviewed by Camping Man
This place is run down! Roads are unpaved the sites are bad. The septic system is over flowing. The wire fi does not pick up when even standing under the antenna one set of bathrooms. No cable just a few tv channels. Pool is broke no water. The place is up for sale so that should tell you how much work they are putting into it. It is cheap to stay there, $30 a night but if you go by the last review you will be for a shock!
October 4, 2015 - reviewed by Moonrover
Stay Here !!
Very well maintained park. Quiet as a graveyard at night, and nearly so during the day. Entry and interior roads are paved as well as the parking pads. Everything is adequate for a big rig. Excellent utility consoles. WiFi is fast most of the time. Even though this park is on the only highway into Cedar Key it is still possible to "whiz" right past it. The directional signage at the highway is easy to miss since there is an hodgepodge of other signs and another RV park close together. It is best to program your GPS for the precise entry off of Shiloh Road. A good landmark up the highway is the Dollar General store ... once you pass that you should be slowing down to watch for the park signage at Shiloh Road on the west. The road junction is just before the abandoned gas station entry. The town of Cedar Key is about six miles southwest. We loved the eclectic look and feel of the town and Tony's Seafood restaurant is the home of the grand champion clam chowder chef.