November 30, 2023 - reviewed by 4Rascals
Nice, clean, but…
Paved access but somewhat tight and awkward to back into spaces. The park is on a slope as are the generous spaces which are mostly gravel with a cement deck on the side. Lots of long-term residents. $60.50 per night, so not the most economical of parks. We stayed for a few nights while we explored the area during the day, so the expense and the hassle of getting parked, leveled and settled was mitigated. However, it would probably be a bit much for a single-night stopover.
January 18, 2020 - reviewed by Tom
Rv Mad Stayed In OCT.19
A lot of junky campers, kids riding golf carts up and down the road. Seems like a lot of boozing going on. Weedy lawn and uncut. Noisy back road. Poor gravel in sites. Won't be back.
November 18, 2016 - reviewed by Barbara
Nice Over 55
Very nice park, quiet. We had excellent wifi. Spots are tight but park wasn't full. Lots of permanent residents but everything clean and neat. Passport America $17.50 plus tax, we would stay here again.
October 14, 2015 - reviewed by P & K
Putters Paradise $35.00 plus tax
It advertises as a Good Sam, but doesn't give a discount. The web page says "$30.00" but they charged $35.00 plus tax (it may be due to new ownership as of last last month)
The manager is very nice and keeps the entire facility clean and neat. The clubhouse is well appointed with a TV room, laundry, and a second floor game room plus a fitness area.
There is a modest pool and a hot tub behind the clubhouse as well as a small fenced "dog area" in the back of the park.
The WiFi is very weak.
The RV pads are adequate with mature trees giving shade.
Just was taken back when charged $35.00 plus tax when expecting $30.00 as advertised on the Passport America web site (half price begins November - we were there in mid October)