Casey Jones' RV Park
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, Discover
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps
Additional Pet Information:
Ethics 4 me
Q The grounds are nicely maintained and I have to say it's one of the first parks with full timers that the places looked great with no junk. Just clean and organized.
The office staff were so welcoming and took you to your site. For us older than 50 it's a old feeling of that's how it use to be. Wifi and great 50 amp.
I would stay here again
Good for a stop over
Just off of the highway and easily accessible. However, for a 45' with a tow, the lanes inside the park are tricky to maneuver and get to your spot. Tight turns and hanging trees. Very friendly staff and had everything we needed. Grass pull throughs.
Meets all my standards
Very convenient off I75 location, up the road from two diesel stations. Full hookups, pull through, park like, wifi, cable, clean facilities, nice laundry room, etc... What more can you ask for. To the other reviewer, all dogs on leashes, very neat, clean and quiet!
Casey Jones' RV Park
We paid $19.50 with our Coast to Coast membership, $2 more than we paid the night before at a Camp Club USA membership park. First they charge $15 instead of the typical $10 charge, then they tacked on a $3 resort fee and $1.50 in taxes. It just doesn’t seem right but is becoming way too normal, especially in Florida and Arizona during peak season.
They escorted us to a fairly flat, grassy, pull-thru site closest to the highway with a picnic table. It was a full hookup that included cable and WiFi. Our Verizon phone coverage was excellent, including our MiFi.
We are always skeptical when we only receive a sheet of paper with the cable channels listed and only two rules, the speed limit and a pet rule stating, “If we poop, you gotta scoop!” We had a neighbor who tied their dog to their picnic table and with the sites being so close to one another, it was able to urinate on our rig. Really not responsible owner behavior and is not acceptable to us but seemed to be what many guests were doing and that we blame on management. They were friendly enough and the facilities were kept very clean and maintained but some rules are necessary for the oblivious people who need to be educated on campground etiquette.
It was not the worse place we have ever stayed but as far as recommending it to others, we would but only as a one night stay.