This was our first real stint as full-time RVers. We skipped Winter in Tennessee and stayed at this park from the end of December thru the end of February. It's definitely a busy place during peak season, but still quiet at night. The managers are very nice, and the owner hosts a dinner every Wednesday and a breakfast every Saturday for the patrons of the park. John, a chef, does a fabulous job with the meals! And it's all complimentary! They have other activities in the park, as well. However, other than the meals we tend to keep to ourselves and do our own thing. We met a lot of great people. This tends to be a place that you need to reserve early for the next season. The only complaint I have is that the main street to the park, Doud Street, is very busy and cars fly down it, as it is a through road between two very busy 4 lane highways. I think a stop sign at an intersection on the street could alleviate the problem. The sites are spacious for Florida, although there is one section that is a little cramped. The pool was nice and remains a constant 86 degrees. Their was a decent gym with mostly dumbbells and a couple of treadmills. The laundry facility was adequate, and the shower facility (although we don't use it) was very clean. The location is great--- close to Siesta Key Beach, restaurants, and the Legacy Trail. We already have our reservation for the next Winter season!
We were traveling to FL and wanted to overnight near Savannah. Everything in Savannah was booked that we could find, and one place wanted to charge us $30 to dry camp! We decided to get South of Savannah and I started looking in the Brunswick vicinity. The 5 star reviews of Coastal Georgia RV Resort were spot on! It's a little RV paradise. The entrance was welcoming, nice office staff and store, facilities were very nice, nice pool, had a lake and appeared you can kayak (although the lake was small), concrete pads, large pull-thrus, picnic tables, tidy hook-ups, convenient to area with nice TA station nearby. There was even a Cross-fit Gym up the road. We could definitely spend some more time here and explore the nearby Islands! Loved this overnight at $37.00 (which included tax)!
We stayed here a few weeks ago and gave this place 3 stars. The owner is friendly and nice and really does take pride in his property. He is always around and packing the gravel on the roads. However, he needs to add more gravel to his sites and get it hard packed. Maybe it's not a problem for a lot of his clientele, but if you have a 40k pound rig you need to carefully consider what site you choose. We nearly got stuck in 2 different sites before picking a third one that had less grass and was a little more packed. It rained nonstop for the 3 days we were there this time, and it was a swamp! But honestly, I've yet to find a better alternative for our needs when visiting Greeneville.
Ok it's the last exit in Clarksville before hitting the KY State Line (or the first exit after leaving KY, depending on your direction of travel... But I had to go with it for my title... Lol). We know this area very well! This CG and the one at Ft. Campbell, if you have access, are the only options for this area. The plus is that it's very convenient. There are mostly fast food restaurants and a Walgreens at the exit. There's a Publix nearby on Tiny Town Road. Exit 4 has the mall and all of the chain, nicer restaurants. As far as the CG, it is a decent place to stay-- facilities are clean, laundry was small but ok and it didn't cost much, gravel and can get muddy, pool for warmer months, small supply store, highway was noisy, and auto salvage yard across from entrance is a little unsightly. However, the staff was friendly and accommodating, which is always a plus. I thought the rate was high for not having cable access. It's not spectacular, but it's not a dump either. We would stay again.
The property is convenient to the interstate and not as noisy as you'd expect. There is a stocked pond and lots of ducks, geese and swans, even one black swan! The owner is a friendly guy and lives on site. His little dog follows him all around the grounds. The bath facilities are small-- 1 shower with one toilet each, and laundry seemed adequate, no store. But we don't use the shower facilities. Many reviews stated lack of toilet paper, but I assure you there was enough toilet paper to roll a neighborhood when I checked on it for the purpose of this review. Sites are gravel. Only a few sites have cable, so specify that if you need cable. Rates are cheap! That makes it a good place if you are passing thru and don't need frills, or visiting the area for a short time. However, he requests check or cash so plan accordingly. The other campground around the corner is at least $15 more per night. We've stayed at both and prefer this one because it seems laid out better and more convenient for our needs.
This area is RV Row of the Music City, with 3 campgrounds, 2 RV dealers, and a Camping World on Music Valley Drive. Two Rivers was a decent place to stay. Granted, they have gravel roads and sites, and it gets kind of messy with some rain. Additionally, my husband was bummed that he couldn't get Monday/Thursday night football over the cable channels. However, what made this park a 4 in my opinion was the staff. They were very accommodating. We were only suppose to be there 3 nights while getting our Jeep set up for towing. But we had a snafu and ended up having to stay 8 nights! Two Rivers made our situation a little more bearable and that credit mostly goes to Liz, whom I think was a manager. Our site also happened to be where we could look out the window and basically see the Christmas light show from the neighboring campground. Customer Service definitely bumped Two Rivers up a star in our book!
Fletcher's Fork CG was our first stint as full-time RVers. We closed our house and decided to stay local for a month to tie up loose ends and adjust. We have always gone out to this area to bike and run, so very familiar with the campground. The good news is that it is relatively inexpensive camping, a nice benefit of having the military club card. Plus, you don't need an alarm clock because if the rooster doesn't wake you up then the reveille will--- good thing I didn't want to sleep in--- and you are sure to be on guard with skeet shooting from sun-up to sundown in the field next to the CG. The CG is in a bowl by the creek so there is no internet and very spotty cell service... Couldn't hold a call, couldn't connect to Internet even over my cell service... Note to self, check into a cell booster. Oh and I almost forgot, hope you have satellite because you won't even get all of the local channels and when the helicopters fly over you will lose your reception momentarily. The thing I did love was that there was biking and running out my back door. It's a good place to stay if you only plan on being there a few days--- nice to feel off the grid--- but if you plan on being there any longer, you may want to spend a few more dollars and head to the CG at Exit 1.
I titled it this because of the purple golf cart they use to guide you to your campsite... Never a question of who their loyalty is to... Lol but I get it... The park was a nice place to stay: nice camp store, clean facilities, laundry area seemed good (although they had maybe 6 washers but only 2 extra large dryers), very nice pool and hot tub (although I don't know why you'd want to be any hotter in July in Louisiana... Lol), covered pavilion, game room, swing, dog area, shaded, concrete pads, putt-putt, and convenience. They did have what appeared to be 2 sections (one for transients and one for more long term) that were separated by the cabins. Everyone we encountered appeared friendly though and we would not hesitate to stay here again. Rate seemed a little high at $55 with a KOA card...From my research, I really do believe it is the nicest place to stay if you want to be in close proximity to Baton Rouge.
We stayed here for 3 weeks. This is our home every time we are in the area. Peaceful park, private beach, nice pool, facilities are nice, and the staff are very accommodating. We had a special situation while we were there and Fran, the manager, was very nice to work with us. Nearby restaurants and grocery stores, and of course the main beach is just over the bridge... Not too touristy but it has grown in recent years. CrossFit Navarre is 4 miles away and I love the friends I've made there. Plus good biking over the bridge to Pensacola. Very reasonable rates.
Pleasant park... Friendly office... No store for supplies... Gravel and grass with a concrete patio... Appeared to be several permanent residents... Not s large park... Didn't check out facilities as we were overnighting ... Would overnight but nothing more... Can't see how this is a 5