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Date of Stay:
December, 2017 -
We stayed here for one night while headed to Naples. They were very efficient, and guided us to our spot, which was a convenient end site for our 45' motorhome. We came in a couple of days before Christmas, and were greeted warmly by residents as they held their light parade of decorated golf carts, passing out candy canes and cheer. The atmosphere was welcoming and cheerful. This is a very convenient location for a stopover, and nice enough to enjoy a longer stay. It's well-run, clean, and the residents create a neighborhood feel and include newcomers. I would recommend and we will stay here again. We camped at Quail Run RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay:
December, 2017 -
Pros - It's Naples and warm in December. The park restricts the the type and age of units so it looks neat and presentable. They obviously spend money and effort on the overall appearance. Owners are allowed to make closely regulated upgrades to their spaces, so the overall look is consistent.
Cons - For the restrictions and advertised caliber of the park, the streets are not as wide as you would expect and offer little flexibility in navigating to your space. The pedestal in our space was in serious need of repair, but I don't know if this is an owner issue or a park issue. If you have anything larger than 35' don't let them assign you to space 172. Everybody in the park knows it's difficult to get into/out of, although the staff will claim they've never had a complaint. In our space, we had to pull up so our RV tires were touching the grass in order to have room to park our vehicle, diagonally so it would fit.
We were disappointed in our stay. We reserved a specific spot, to ensure shade on the patio side of the coach, as a preview to consider purchasing. We arrived on 12/24 and the office had closed early. Unfortunately, they had given our spot to someone else, and did not update the information they left for us. We ended up in a rather awkward conversation with people who were in the space we reserved.
We spent well over an hour resolving where to park for our stay since our only resource was to call the after hours line and try to find a replacement space over the phone. The person clearly wasn't familiar with the park, since they couldn't figure out the sun direction in relation to space numbers.
No one from the office contacted us to apologize once they re-opened. When I went in myself, to clarify what happened, I was instructed that since they are an ownership resort, potential purchasers would be given priority over people who requested and paid for a specific site (the people in the spot we reserved had asked to be moved there as potential purchasers, which is why we were bumped).
The best comment though, was that moving us wasn't "intentional." Sorry, but if you have the wherewithal to update it in the system, it IS an intentional change, even if you neglect to tell the people affected.
It's a lovely park, but I'm not a fan, especially of their staff. If you want a specific site, be sure to tell them you're interested as a potential purchaser so you get what you paid for. We camped at Naples Motorcoach Resort in a Motorhome.
Head down to the docks in Naples and enjoy outdoor dining in a causal environment. If you like watching planes come and go, try the ones at Tin City, near the airport.
Date of Stay:
December, 2016 -
We actually stayed here for Thanksgiving in 2016, but I didn't write a review until now. This is an upscale lovely resort on Hilton Head. The resort is well maintained with nice amenities. The lots are close, but the lush landscaping provides a sense of privacy, and most of them feature patios with outdoor furniture and grills you can use. We enjoyed walking the park, which is large and shady enough for good exercise in comfort. We were a little nervous about making one turn when leaving, but had no reason for concern, as the road accommodated our 45' RV without problem. We did need to unhook our tow vehicle before coming in and waited to hook it up to leave after we reached the main driveway. We would love to visit this park again. Highly recommend. We camped at Hilton Head Island Motorcoach Resort in a Motorhome.
The annual seafood festival is in February, and based on the meals we had, should be a fun event.