Having reviewed thousands of products and/or services during my career as The Gadget Guru, I’ve learned that writing positive reviews is easy as I enjoy highlighting products/services that are worthy of recognition. However, writing reviews that are less than glowing and reveal bugs or flaws is much more difficult and I do so with the hope that a lackluster experience may capture just enough attention to make things better for future users. In my process, a negative review requires a great deal of thought prior to publishing an opinion as it could adversely affect a product, a service or a business. It’s not the most fun part of my job, but I deem it a responsibility.
In my opinion, posting a review that states flaws that are correctable can be a positive influence as it could motivate those in charge to institute changes that could benefit users, or in the case of the Grand Lake RV & Golf Resort, benefit future visitors. This is what I’m hoping to accomplish in my review of this RV resort located in Citra, FL.
Big Rigs Best Bets
In the same manner I located the Claystone Campground, one that I gave very high marks, I found Grand Lake through the Big Rigs Best Bets (BRBB) reference guide. While I purchased both the printed book and a subscription to its companion website, I utilized the BRBB online site when I was seeking an appropriate campground for an overnight stopover between Macon, GA and Jupiter, FL. Since the BRBB guide is geared towards those who are seeking campgrounds that can accommodate the largest of motorhomes, aka Big Rigs, I can only hope that the Editors of the BRBB guide take a moment to update its online listing on this campground so that others don’t get into the same situation that I experienced.
While the BRBB book is a reference guide and not one I would consider to be a review source, it is the go-to book for those of us who own large motorhomes and a noteworthy guide when planning stop-over stays. Here’s the information provided online for this resort:
GRAND LAKE RV & GOLF RESORT: Sites in the 100 foot range – #62, 63, 69, 71, 72, 76, 78, 80, 82, 84, 86, 96, 100 thru 106, 110, 111, 112 & 113. Wi-Fi. Paved streets.
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Low Hanging Trees
It’s also my hope that until this overgrown tree situation is rectified, the Editors at Big Rigs Best Bets take a moment to update its Grand Lake listing so that future Big Rig visitors can be forewarned of potential damage.