I have to admit that I was a bit nervous when we arrived. This is truly rural. Wal-Mart is 45 minutes away, so there are no last minute runs to the grocery store.
The campground is great. Most of it is new. All the sites are wide and well laid out. The individual sites have pea gravel that seems to be raked in between customers. There is a large deal of new landscaping planted. The entire campground is well laid out.
Suwannee River Rendezvous is the most dog friendly park we've ever stayed at. The week before we arrived, the owners added on to the dog park, making it the best one I'd ever seen in a campground. There are six different fenced in dog parks, each one laid out differently. The two large ones are getting agility courses built as we speak.
There are miles and miles of bicycle paths to explore, as well as canoe and kayak trips. You can rent one and float away or you can sign up for organized trips ranging from six to twelve miles long. The pool and hot tub area are well maintained and clean.
There is also food available on weekends. Breakfast, lunch and dinner. The food is ordered and can be taken into the club house area or back to your place. The clubhouse also welcomes well behaved dogs.
Weekends bring Bingo, and other entertainment such as Pigeon Racing, Chicken Poop Bingo and live entertainment on certain weekends.
The usual monthly rate is $295 plus electric. We received an RV show discount that brought ours down to $249 for the month, plus electric. This campground is definitely not a "you get what you pay for" campground. The rates for such a beautiful park are phenomenal. The only drawback is its distance from civilization. If you want to get away from it all, this is the place to come to.