May 13, 2019 - reviewed by Frani
A Bit Narrow Road On Dogwood Loop
Stayed in Dogwood loop. The road is narrow, unpaved, and difficult to back into. We got nervous when we saw mostly tents as we were towing our 25ft trailer behind us. The host was a bit rude to my husband. Once we backed in, it was very peaceful and it is
a beautiful park. The bathrooms were nice. Probably would go somewhere else next time.
January 22, 2019 - reviewed by Jim
Yes Magnolia has a playground and level spots from what we could see. We stayed in Dogwood. Yes spots are tight, but for trailers not RV’s. I was able to back in with no issues. I have a 30’ rig - just so I can fit into state parks. The sites were wide and I didn’t fell like I was on top of my neighbors. Restrooms were clean.
August 7, 2018 - reviewed by Skip
We chose Dogwood because it had a slightly higher rating than Magnolia. Magnolia, having a playground, we thought would have more children running around. We are retirees and wanted a more adult setting. Turns out Dogwood's sites were VERY tight. Advertised max RV length of 50', our trailer is 30' and scraped a tree backing in, damaging our rig. The road coming into the park is paved, but you pull off onto a very rutted dirt road to the campground. The guy checking us in was coughing up a lung, and seemed to have trouble focusing. We had reservations for site 49, Saturday to Tuesday morning. Plans changed a little and we got there a day early, as a walk in. We mentioned we had reservations for site 49 for tomorrow and asked if 49 was available tonight so we wouldn't have to move. He said yes, but he'd have to move us tomorrow, because it's reserved. :-/
Should have chosen Magnolia. Sites are wider and its better kept.
Sites are $18, $9 for senior, FL residents.