Moved here 2010. Since the new ownership, we've lost amenities, not gained anything. Lot rent increases and the service is unsatisfactory. Started with two gates open and now just one(main gate) open 24/7. No longer is it considered gated (which was in our paperwork when we bought the place). Cut pool hours down. Office staff rarely picks up their phone nor do they return a phone call. The lot next to us hasn't been mowed in going on 2 months. However, they are quick to put a violation notice about our lawn. They'll repave the road coming into the park but refuses to complete the rest of the park. When questions are asked nothing is resolved and the responses aren't helping the tenants. The persona of Lamplighter on the River is THEIR ACTIONS PROVE TO THE TENANTS THAT THEY DON'T CARE. Being a tenant here is not as pleasant as it could be or should be. If we could afford to move out of here, we surely would. I would not recommend anyone to move here.
We have been here several years and have found it to be extremely well managed. A high percent of residents are retired military. Great amenities. Friendly community. Awesome location.
These people discriminate against people with animals. They have Crack Heads that live in there with pitbulls and when a decent family needs a place they wont rent to them. What is this world coming to when landlords and managers would rather rent to drug dealers and users rather than someone who uses no drugs. They told me they couldnt rent to me cause i have a little dog and assured me the insurance company didnt allow it but walk threw the place and see how many pitbulls there are. They leave old furniture out trying to get rid of it knowing it is bugged up with roaches and bedbugs. The lady i spoke to sounded like she was drunk and on something herself so go figure why she would keep drugs in the park so she can get a piece of the action.