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Pine Lake RV Park – Fountain, FL

All I can say is, WOW! We stayed at Pine Lake RV Park years ago, looks like the new owner is doing a great job! We will be going back to this park again and again.

They have new asphalt at the entrance, a new clubhouse, a workout gym that is fully loaded and more. The staff is great, they escorted us to your site, offered to hook us up and let us know what is going on in the area.

Everyone waves and says hello, people stop and take the time to welcome you to the area. They are making improvements every day, from landscaping, remodeling buildings and expanding their services. Looks like they are going into the mail forwarding business and pack and ship. They even have a notary on staff, she was teasing us about renewing our vows at the park (maybe if I can talk my husband into it we will the next time there)!

If you are ever in the area make sure you stop and see the park and meet the staff!

2 Comments

  1. We stayed at the Park Model / Cabin which included all the movie and premium channels on the TV set by Satellite. We came for a baseball tournament in Panama City and asked for extra beds to be set up, which they did. Its really like a small apartment that comes fully furnished with pots, pans, dishes etc etc. We also asked for extra dishes since our group was large and they were waiting for us when we arrived. All the furnishings appeared to be high-end and in great shape and everything you would need for a weekend or a month. The owners live next door in a Park Model and were always there for help. Not sure about what happened to the other lady above but it really doesn’t seem at all like the unit we stayed in. The rate is only $85 per night for a two bedroom unit (not $100) and is the best we found in the Panama City area. We are coming back next year and highly recommend this place, they bend over backwards to keep you happy.

  2. This place probably is pretty nice for a motorhome or camper, but we rented a “cabin” which turned out to be a temporary housing trailer for a wheelchair-bound individual (which we are not). Applicances were a height between our knees and our hips. The shower had no where to hang the swinging showerhead. Though we had made our reservations well in advance, a TV had to be added to our quarters the day we got there and strung up to a dish and repaired again the next day because it did not work. Our linens looked like something purchased at a thrift store and sheets were so scratchy I finally asked for another set which took 20 minutes for anyone to round up. We paid $100 per night for this and could have been on the beach for that price at the off-season when we went. Again, if you have your own camper/motorhome, this is a scenic place and the grounds are acceptable, but I don’t advise renting a cabin here.

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