We spent two nights here as it was close to family, and we had KOA Value Card points to defray the cost. What a disaster. The folks there were real nice, but the facility is a mess. Wi-fi only worked in the front of the campground out by the office and closer to the highway noise. Sites were oddly spaced, although we had no problem getting on our Delux pull through as there were few other campers. My main beef is the condition of the bath houses. They are old, small, run down, hot, poorly ventilated, and roach infested. I feel bad for the management team; as I said they were very helpful and friendly, but in our opinion KOA needs to let this one go. It does not come close to the standard I have experienced as a long time KOA customer. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park. We stayed here in 2008 and it was nice then too. Staff is friendly and the entire park is kept very clean with trash pickups throughout the day. Dog potty bags provided by park at the pet walking area. Will stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here for two nights at the summer rate. This is a old campground and the roads and sites are narrow, but workable. Sites are mostly sand, but do have a couple of sites they have been graveled. The Wi-Fi never worked while we were there and the manager said it was not unusual. Will not stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Decided to stay here one night as a stopover. Staff was very friendly and courteous. Stayed in a pull-through near front of office, so I did not see entire facility. Will definitely stay here again when in the area. Close to I-95, the Speedway and not too far from the beach area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I have ambivalent feelings about this place: the location is amazing: close to the racetrack and all the businesses located nearby. But being located right next to Int'l Speedway Blvd means it's NOISY (glad we weren't here during Bike Week). The sites are level; but we were parked on a "new" site, which was covered in broken gravel (hard on my dogs' feet and they sure didn't want to lay down on the stuff) and was located where all the RV arrivals tended to sit and check in, so we were treated regularly to diesel exhaust from the big rigs. My biggest warning for women: if you plan to use the campground shower - use the one in the second building if you have a shred of modesty! Parking a corner shower in the middle of the "public area" of the restrooms and pulling a shower curtain across the room is NOT acceptable, in my opinion. If someone needs to use the second toilet stall, they will be sharing your "shower enclosure" in the front restroom building. Surely a place with grounds so well-cared-for could give us a shower enclosure with privacy and a smidge of security?? If we ever go back, I will ask for an older site with grass and a concrete patio; and will use the second shower bldg. Still can't beat the location, though. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Greeted and escorted by wonderful work campers. They were so helpful and courteous. We were so impressed that we joined the KOA club. Great pull through site as promised and easy access to Rt.95. Can't say enough for the experience. Highly recommend. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I have never seen a campground laid out like this! Pull thru sites are only pull thru if another site is empty when you arrive? The only reason to use this campground is for location. Not too much else to make this worth stopping at but good for the purpose it serves. Location Location! We camped here in a Motorhome.
As other commenters have mentioned, this is a no-frills campground with a good location. We have stayed at other KOAs, and I swore that I would never stay at another one, but I gave Daytona Beach one more try. Needless to say, I will stick to my guns this time - no more KOAs! The work-kampers displayed little personality, and in one instance was downright rude. The campground was bare bones, very few trees, grass sites. The two things that might save it are that it was clean and orderly, and as mentioned before, in a great location. However, we will not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a convenient overnight stopover, not much more. It is an old campground, with narrow paved roads and small sites. They have somehow figured out how to add a few pull through sites, but the layout is kind of crazy. You have to go out of the park, turn around and then come back in to pull onto some grass with full hookups. They are definitely not easy in and easy out, but they are pull throughs. You mostly park on the grass and have to go the wrong way on their roads to get in or out. The workkamper who helped park us was very nice and the park was not busy when we were here. You get what you pay for: a pull through, close to the interstate with full hookups. Nothing fancy, but it worked. They charge up to $100 a night here during major races at the speedway which is right down the street. I'd look elsewhere at that price no matter how close it is to the Daytona Speedway. We camped here in a big rig, it might work out better for smaller rigs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
When we camped here the grass was very high and the shower floors were black. It looked like they had not been cleaned in a long time. The girl behind the desk was not dressed to greet the public. Would not send others here. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We came to Daytona for the Coke 400 race at the Daytona Speedway. We chose this camp ground because it was close to the track. My son and I plus 3 other guys came here strictly to attend the races over the 4th of July. The campground was very neat and clean and we enjoyed the flee market across the street. Staff was friendly and helpful. Rate was high due to the race. Water pressure was low and there was only one shower stall in the campground bath house. We are already planning to return for next year's race and would definitely return to this KOA. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A good centrally located park. The sites are close together and the park was really full. This was in part to being a "Passport America" park. The KOA up the road was deserted. The owner is a really good guy and goes out of his way to help you. The laundry facilities are poor, cold water only. I would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped here day after Bike Week 08, It was very packed the day before we arrived and made reservations. But by the time we pulled in around 3pm on arrival it had cleared out nicely. The site we reserved #116 the day prior was a mess, the sewer had backed up on to the rear of site and we refused and asked if we could take site #115 instead and there was no problem, plus we were upwind of prev site so turned out OK. The managers did address problem in prev site and applied lime to sewer problem. We spent 3 days here and everything was fine. Most pads are macadam and level and of good width and depth. Did not need Wi-Fi as we have aircard for internet. Very convenient to Track and Beach. Couple blocks to track, couple miles to beach. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground just changed over to a KOA two months ago. It's former name was, Town & Country RV park. If your rig is over 40', you may want to reconsider this place. It was a little tight for our 36'. The power was good. The water pressure was low and the road noise was very bad. This CG sits next to US-92 and a side rode that has a very large flee market. The spot was OK. The concrete pad was very old and broken up with ants all over. The sewer wanted to back up when I was dumping. Give this place a few more months, maybe it will be at KOA standards by then. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed during the Good Sam Rally, so can't say what the actual cost of site was. It was included with tickets and shows. Surprised to get water, huge cable and 50 amp electric. Bring an adapter if you need 30 amp. No sewer. Sites only 20x40 so it's pretty tight for awnings and slides. All in all it's not bad. You are there for some kind of event and not at the rig much anyway. Everything was a huge walk. Just enough open grass to walk the dogs. Arrived with tanks empty so did not use the facilities. They sure were busy though. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is in the Speedway infield and is the Premium Geico Shores RV camping area. This area consists of adjacent paved 20' X 40' sites with a 15' grassed area in the rear bordering the chain-linked fence. One side borders the Lake Lloyd walkway, while the other borders Red Zone RV (grass) sites that are usually much cheaper. The Geico Shores area is completely fenced in and during speed and bike weeks they have guards at each gate. These sites are all pull-in or back-in. We paid $600 for 10-days that included two $175 infield passes, so on a per day basis it is very reasonable. Problems: There is no dump in the speedway and a sewer truck charges $35 per visit, also the showers and bathrooms are not 'Lady Quality" as I would not ask my wife to use either because they are not cleaned regularly. You can come and go during the races through the east (cars) and west (entry for RV's) tunnels. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very close to I-95. All attractions and a flea market close by. Staff very helpful with info. Cable TV very snowy and Wi-Fi unusable at the site. Even at office the Wi-Fi wasn't great. The pool would be very small for a crowd in season. Huge site and large library. Would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
$20/night rate is great for location within walking distance to Speedway, very large Flea Market, and 6 miles to beach. Nice pool and store. Level, paved sites. Easy in and out. We were part of a rally with 15 rigs, and they gave us the use of their Rec Room and provided a free pulled pork dinner! Didn't like the restroom facilities - very small men's room with two johns and three showers for 350 sites! I believe women's was similar. 40' foot sites were back to back where we where (our Truck and Trailer is 50' but we lucked out and got a space to ourselves without having to pay for the second 40'). Would go back again but wish they would do a better job with the restrooms. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Stayed here while exploring Dayton Beach area. We choose this park because it is a Passport America Park. Staff was very friendly. All the lots had concrete pads and were level. It appeared some RV's were "stored" there. Could not use the laundry facilities as door needed a code and we were not given one. Would stay here again. Centrally located to everything. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A great place with great owners. Our third winter here and the park has really caught on. Runs close to 90% filled most of the time, but at overflow during race and bike weeks. Call ahead as it does fill often, but usually a site will be open. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here for 11 days. Rate reflects PA rate. Very friendly campground, the people make it a 9. Sites were very close and park was very full, but it was all we expected. A very noisy campground in that the speedway is just down the road, so expect noise. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We just spent another winter here and the rate reflects that. The new phase 3 section has matured and this park continues as a 'best bet' for the Daytona area. However, while sites were usually available most of the time (forget Race and Bike weeks), the park ran 90 percent full or more most of the time. It has really caught on with folks who winter further south. So a reservation is recommended. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects a monthly winter stay. We love this place and the Daytona Beach area. We have make it our winter home park in FL and taking short trips from here with our paid site waiting for our return. Lots of events and 'young' old people in the Daytona area. Some areas of FL are 'old' old people just waiting to die. Here they keep you going. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great park with huge sites for pull-throughs. Plenty of space, level sites and helpful staff. Park is very clean and tidy. Park is very close to the speedway and 10 minutes from the beach. Would definitely stay here again if I am in Daytona. We stayed here for three days and enjoyed each one. Pet friendly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a large RV Park that is quite full, apparently with rigs that are here all the time. It is a well kept up, with landscaping and well-cared for. The sites are level and the hook-ups all work. In our particular site, the sewer hook up is toward the front of the RV, requiring a hose extension. The rate is a Passport America rate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I have stayed in this campground several times. I love it! It's clean, friendly, and accommodating. The rates are great, especially the longer you stay. We usually stay 3 months at a time. It is close to restaurants, beaches, Daytona Speedway, flea markets, and many more fun places. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 6 / 10 ]
This was an okay park for a few day stopover in the area. It is basically a paved RV parking lot with little strips of grass between sites and no shade. If that is your preference you will love this place. We were okay with it based on the 1/2 off pricing of $25 per night. Cable was good and the selection of channels was pretty good too as park cable goes. All things considered we would probably stop here again if passing thru the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a very nice and large RV park very convenient to both the I-95 and I-4 corridors near Daytona Beach. We stayed 1 night while in transit and the park was very pleasant. Excellent pools, but not much else that we saw for entertainment. We stayed on Passport America, so the park was a real bargain. Person at the desk was very helpful. Sites are generally level and most are paved. Our site did not have cable TV, but many sites have DirecTV service (not sure if at extra charge). Wi-Fi seemed to work fine for my iPhone. We'd recommend this park for overnight and for visits to the Daytona area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great Passport America campground. Has many new sites that are very roomy. Staff very helpful and professional. We stop here on our way to the Florida Keys and back home twice a year. It gets better every time we stop here. 50 amp is no problem and they have just added cable TV. Has two very nice pools and plenty of area to walk the dogs. Great deal in a RV park. Just down the road from the speedway. We do recommend this RV park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We really liked this park, even though it was packed! We found only 4 sites unoccupied after arriving after hours and cruising to find our own spot. No problem, though, and the next morning the office guy was very kind about registering us and accepting PA discount for more than the first night. Older section is nice, shade trees, easy utility access. Newer section apparently has cable hookups (our location had good digital broadcast TV) and TREES! Evening is funny, real campground-y with folks wearing their evening strolling clothes and walking all over. Everybody waves or says hi, it's very friendly. Several folks around us raved about this being the best park in the area, although there's not a grocery store across the street. We stayed several extra days because it was nice. I hear the pool is cold, but we haven't been in yet (2 pools). Very nice staff and well run park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park. The staff is extremely friendly. We stay once or twice a year. The sites are level and paved. They have added a new section with a lake. The pools are very nice and clean. It is close to all Daytona has to offer! This place will not let you down. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects 4 month winter monthly stay. We first stopped by in Nov '09 and really liked the park and people here. So we came back for the winter and were surprised at the new phase 3 area. All paved sites with cable hookups which is actually a dish feed and park wide Wi-Fi. The vast majority of people are friendly, but they do have 'packs' of French Canadians at times, for some reasons these people go out of the way to be rude. Other than that it is a great place. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I have been in friendlier and better campgrounds. Don't think I would stay here again. Not too kid friendly, no playground. Lots of signs on campsites that have little doggies with a slash thru them. So I would have to say not pet friendly. Which is too bad, could be a nice place. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I agree with everything that has already been said. HOWEVER I am lowering my rating to a 5 only because of laundry facilities. They have one, outside in a lean to, with two washers and two dryers, one of which is broken. We are scheduled to be here for the month of March! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice park with a friendly/helpful staff, paved roads and campsites. Sites are fairly close together, but no trouble getting into them. Few shade trees so with all the asphalt, this place would probably be an 'oven' during the summer. Restroom and shower were clean but very small considering how many sites in the park. Good location if you are coming to Daytona for the races. Would stay there again. Rate was Passport America. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Was fine for a single night. Had a lot of airplane noise from a base around here. Rate reflects Camp Club rate. Would stay here again, but make sure to get to the back where the new sites are. Verizon wireless and 3G were good. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is just 1 mile from I-95. It is quite large with paved roads and sites. We were here only overnight, but it seems like a very nice park for a longer stay in the area. Staff very friendly. We paid $18. I think the $30 to $100 rate listed in Trailer Life reflects a price that might be charged when Daytona has its motor races or biker events. We were in a 5th wheel. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park was a pleasant surprise. The owner took us around to make sure we found a site we liked. All of the roads are paved. The sites are close together. A majority of sites have either a paved pad or a concrete patio. The remaining sites are grass without patios. Free wireless is available at the office. The park is undergoing a major renovation (office, pool, old sites) and expansion (clubhouse, pool, 109 big-rig sites). Once construction is completed, I’m sure the rating will be higher. There were a number of snowbirds in the park. It’s a Passport America park. At $18 a night, we considered it a bargain. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We like this park. It was packed when we called for a reservation; but, the owner was very helpful in working us in. Park was clean - we had good 50 AMP service and water pressure. They are in the process of building a new clubhouse and office. Office personnel were friendly and helpful. Good access to I-95. We would definitely stay here again. They accept Passport America. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A great value with Passport America rate. We had 50 amp, water and sewer, it was a back-in site, but we were lead around through the storage area so it worked like a pull-through for us. We had great reception with our batwing and Verizon broadband was very good here. The owner is a great guy: takes you around in a golf cart and shows you what sites are available and lets you pick your site. Most people are super friendly, this is a great place to spend some time. We will definitely come back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here for Bike Octoberfest which is why it was $50. The other parks in the area wanted $80 and up. Check-in guy was very friendly and helpful. Stayed here for 3 nights and liked the campground and location. Quiet park with good security. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed at this park because of its location, not because of any of the reviews. Despite the disappointment of previous reviewers, this is a very well run park. I found out that they basically run the park on a “first-come, first served” basis. You can make a reservation, but they will not “guarantee” a specific site, regardless of how far in advance that the reservation is made. A credit card is not even required as a guarantee for the reservation. What sites are available when you arrive is what you have to choose from. Most of the sites are back-in and of varying lengths. Fortunately for us, there were 3 available for our 40’ motorhome. The roads are a bit narrow, so there was some jockeying to get in it. Also, this is a very popular park for Canadian snowbirds traveling to and from deep south Florida in the months of October and April, so the park can be extremely full during those months. Our rate is Passport America. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We made a reservation in October for 2 weeks in Jan.for our 42ft. motorhome. Reservations confirmed via e-mail. Showed up to the campgrounds on scheduled date and no site available. They had the paper work to charge us for the 2 week stay but no site. Wanted us to either take a site backed up to another motorhome that we would not fit in or take an electric and water site until someone departed. I thought that the purpose of making reservations was to have a site suitable for your rig? In a way I'm glad we chose not to stay as I've seen more room to spare in a sardine can. Just a fair warning to all about this camp ground and it's policies. Not even an apology! (We did not stay in park). We camped here in a Motorhome.
Normal rate 36$, we paid only $18 with Camp Club USA discount. We were surprised to get the discount as there was an event on, the Turkey Run at Daytona International Speedway. This was only 2 miles down the road, and was the biggest car show we have ever seen, (we’ve seen a lot, in Europe too). The campground was full and had a great atmosphere. There is an attractive lake at the back of the campground, and the place was very well kept, with friendly helpful staff. Wi-Fi was only available near the office. Our back-in site was a bit tight to access as it was not very wide. We'll be back! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great, friendly park. New drive-through pads are nice. Nice camp store. Loved the trash pickup ea AM. Park owner is very friendly and accommodating. Sites are tight in older section but still good for the area. Would definitely recommend and stay again. Rates go up during Peak Season and they stay full so call ahead. Tell Sean in the office "Hi!" from the Watkins people. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Campground is very nice. Landscaped with palms, and various flowering trees. Some sites have slabs. There are several very long pull thrus suitable for the large rigs even towing trailers. This park is very much in demand during the usual speed week events at Daytona. We camped in August with PassPort America. This is our park of choice in Daytona. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park was a welcome surprise. Everything was neat and clean, and the concrete pads were surrounded by lush grass. The staff was pleasant and responsive. We felt the campground's Trailer Life Directory rating was much too low. We paid the Passport America rate for full hook-ups. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here two nights on our way to KW. This is a basic campground, but for the price it's not too bad. It was clean and the seasonal sites seemed to be well-maintained. They do not offer cable TV because "they have to pay for it when the sites are vacant" (actual words from the manager). The location is good for getting around Daytona. They are adding additional sites next year. When we go down next year, we will stay at the campground we past on the way to this one. Town & Country RV Park is right next to the Daytona Flea & Farmers Market and you can walk there from the campground. Rates are little higher but they offer full-hookups. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed here for the winter months. Rules posted do not mean a thing. They allow dogs all right, some have 5 , up to 200 lbs. They do not enforce ANY rules. It is a bikers and race hangout. Do not stay here during those times. You will regret it. We were told if we didnt like it , we could leave. Dont worry we did, and will NEVER return. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Rate quoted was Passport America rate. Sites pretty much out in the open and are tight to each other, but was worth the price. Clean park with nice pool and friendly campers. Located 2 miles from the speedway. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Poor management they don't know what they are doing it's a different price for every camper.The people left in charge do what they want as far as electric goes. The price vary's from 300.00 to 400.00 then 2.00 a day for electric. Some pay no
electric most of the campers are thinking of not returning next year.There in a very bad turmoil at the present time and if it dosn't straighten out there will be no one here next year .Even the bikers are upset with management, to say the least. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
[ 10 / 10 ]
We stay the winter months in Florida and this is our 4th year at International R V Park. The staff always go out of their way to make you feel right at home. This is a family style campground and makes you and your family feel
welcome. If you make reservations early enough you don't have to move out for the events, but they fill up fast. They are going to expand and add more sites and a club house from what we were told. It is a great place to stay for the winter months in Daytona Beach. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Doug, Sean, Loreen, Claude and all the people are fantastic and do all they can to make you feel very comfortable during our stay. My wife and I come in about four times a year staying from two to five weeks at a time and would not think of staying at any other campground in the area. It is located close to action, but still very quiet and peacefull. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
New, well run park. Mgr was very willing to please, whole feel of campground was laid back. Can tell it is busy when race week, bike week, etc come along, but that't the way the whole area is. Would reccommend reservations for busy times. PPA park unless special weeks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 8 / 10 ]
Good park, but they cater to the race fans, if you are there for 6 months they make you move for race week and for bike week in the rear dry camping. They should be catering to the campers who stay for the season, not the ones there for a week, but thats my feeling. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.