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Asked by Banker Lady | November 5, 2018
Michaelg | November 6, 2018
Asked by Banker Lady | July 7, 2019
amxpress | July 8, 2019
Date of Stay:
June, 2019 -
We attended an RV rally at this "resort." Generally, the park is clean and well kept. The sites are some of the largest sites we've experienced in our travels. The park is pet friendly and because of the size of their sites, its very comfortable for pets too. My one complaint is that this is the first "resort" that we've stayed in that did offer cable. TV antenna reception is not the best. Resort does allow any type of mat on the grass, however when the poured the patios they stopped the concrete in a manner that made us have to step in the grass every time we entered or left our MH. Thus in our case it would have been nice to have a door mat to keep the grass out of the MH. We camped at Willow Tree Resort and Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
January, 2018 -
We visited this park from late December 2017 until Mid-March 2018. As others have said the park is beautiful - it is meticulously maintained. Other's have stated that the sites were narrow - I never felt that way - I would say that they are close enough that you have the opportunity to meet your neighbors, but because of the landscaping you still have your privacy. We stayed in a sound front site for the first month - the view is wonderful, but these sites are a little breezy. For the second month we had a site next to busy highway 98. Because of the heavy traffic on the highway, these sites can be very noisy (I suggest ear plugs for a comfortable night's sleep). During the winter months, the resort has an activities director and he and his wife do a great job keeping the snowbirds active. Don't miss Friday BINGO - it's a lot of fun. We met many wonderful people that are now our good friends. We enjoyed our time at Santa Rosa and expect to return in December 2018. We camped at Santa Rosa RV Resort in a Motorhome.
If you are at Santa Rosa during the winter months, be sure to participate in the activities. There are lots of great people there and I encourage you to get to know them. Your stay will be so much more enjoyable if you do so.
Date of Stay:
October, 2017 -
This was our first visit to this KOA. The owners were onsite and very helpful. We took our granddaughters to participate in one of their Halloween weekends. The girls had great fun and the park seemed to be filled with RVers with the Halloween spirit. All sites in the park are gravel and there are lots of treee to provide shade in the hot summer months - there are 41 sites. They have a very nice enclosed doggy run - this was important to us! The park has a pond that seemed to have adequate fishing to meet my husband's needs. There were many Halloween related activities for the children and Saturday evening they had a mobile video game van for the kids entertainment. This park is less than 1 hours drive from our home. Yes, I think we will return next year. We camped at Lynchburg / Blue Ridge Parkway KOA in a Motorhome.
Visit the Pie Shop about 5 miles down the road from the park (towards Madison Heights) - they are well known in the area and the pies are wonderful.
Date of Stay:
August, 2017 -
We just returned home from BethPage RV Resort located in Urbanna, VA. According to this resort's marketing, this resort is supposed to have been name the #1 RV Resort in the country - several times. I agree that it was very nice and clean, but I am not sure above #1. We reserved a "super" site. Super sites are located on Virginia Ave (main road through the resort). The sites are very narrow - as you will note from the pictures I have included - our neighbor's hookups were located where our brick patio ended. It's also worth noting that their sewer hookups were about 18 inches away from our picnic table. Nothing like that mild sewer smell when you are having your lunch and dinner. Our granddaughters were also on this trip with us, and they loved the pools, water slides and playground. Husband did a little fishing but said he did not catch anything. There were also folks crabbing- they appeared to be having lots of fun. Resort also has a miniature golf course with a nice ice cream shop. I honestly do not think I've ever seen so many golf carts in one place. They drive up and down Virginia Ave - makes its somewhat dangerous for younger children trying to get across the road to play and go to the pool. Also, it appeared that many of the cart owners were hard of hearing - we could certainly hear their music inside of our very well insulated motorhome. Most of the employees were very pleasant, helpful and informative. One lady in the office and one ground's employee must have been having bad days. We would stay here again, but if we do, we will reserve a non-super site. They are twice the size, but do not have a bricked patio or paved parking for the RV. Unless you really want to be in the middle of the "action" avoid the super sites. The sites in the regular RV portion of the resort are more spacious.The dog walk is also at the lower end of the non-super site section. We camped at Bethpage Camp Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
September, 2015 -
We visited Myrtle Beach Travel Park over the Labor Day weekend. The park was very busy, but everything seemed to run like clock work. When we registered, they asked us where we wanted to be, and they put us within the area we requested.
20-30 years ago we camped at the park in a travel trailer. We enjoyed our time at the park then, and it is even better today. I pool and lazy river were clean - lots of families using both. There was an older lady who was the life guard and she seemed to take her job REALLY seriously, but that is the only somewhat negative I can report.
All in all we had a great time, and yes we will be back in 2016. We camped at Myrtle Beach Travel Park in a Motorhome.
Put your canopy up when you leave. Two nights in a row the sun was shining when we left for dinner, when we returned a storm had passed through. There were ripped awnings all around. Campers belongings, were also scattered around. We had a great neighbor and he gathered up our belonging and placed them on the picnic table.