This was a Passport America park, so as a member, the two RV Gypsies only had to pay $19 a night at this time. It is also part of Sun RV Resorts This is a great park with all paved roads and sites and lots of amenities. Of course the two RV Gypsies did not use any amenities other than their own site because they were only here for one night.
There was a Jai-Alai right next door to the park. There was also a restaurant on site, called Eagles Nest, and the two RV Gypsies ate there because it was very hot outside and the A/C in their RV was not working, so they did not want to cook in the RV and make the RV any hotter than it already was. The food was good at the campground restaurant. The two RV Gypsies sat in the screened patio section overlooking Orange Lake. Prices were reasonable.
The park had coded Wi-Fi and cable TV, and pull-thru, full hook-up sites. It is a big park and had a lot of mobile homes and some permanent RVs.
Amenities included a 9-hole golf course (for an extra fee of course), Driving Range & Putting Green, golf cart rentals (for an extra fee) bocce ball, dog walk, fitness center, heated swimming pool, horseshoes, laundry facilities (for a fee), on-site storage, pickleball court, Pro Shop, convenience store, rec hall rentals (for a fee), shuffleboard Courts, Tennis court, game room.
Check-in time was 2 p.m. Check-out time was 11 a.m. The park requested that you turn off your A/C unit when leaving the Park. Say what! "It is a fire hazard to run unattended." That is the first time the two RV Gypsies have ever seen this a a park rule in the 9 years they have been full-time RV Gypsies.