We’ve been here a couple of weeks now, almost halfway through our stay. I thought I’d give a shout out to the RV park we’re staying in, which is QUITE nice! (I’ll do a traditional campground review later.)
This park is part of the Sun Communities group of parks, which we have had good experience with. The first one we stayed at was The Vines in Paso Robles California, one of the nicest parks I had (have) ever seen! That was the one with the chandelier in the bathhouse! This one isn’t quite as glamorous as all that, but it is definitely upscale. Orange City RV Park , that we stayed at earlier this year in Florida, was also a Sun Communities resort, but it was older and not nearly as fancy as the other two.
First, the sites are nice and big, with level concrete pads. The interior roads are wide, easy for a big rig to maneuver around. The park is beautifully landscaped with ponds, waterfalls, flowerbeds, tidy RV pads, and two rows of pastel colored, one-bedroom cabins for rent. Very scenic.
One of the best features is the clubhouse – it is gorgeous! Surrounding the large common room is a card room, billiards room, and small theater. The beautiful locker rooms are equipped with showers and sauna. Outside, of course, there is a pool, hot tub, putting greens, tennis court, and horseshoe court. It’s like staying in a very nice country club. I’m really getting spoiled by the showers, some of the nicer ones we’ve seen on our travels.
One of the best perks is the free continental breakfast, served daily in the clubhouse main room. They offer coffee, orange juice, donuts, bagels, granola bars, fresh fruit, yoghurt, and cereal. Pretty sweet!
All of the reviews and information I read indicated this was a nice place to spend a few weeks, and it hasn’t disappointed! It’s a great place to park it, for a few weeks.