5 Parks near Apopka, Florida
Aug 2012 - $18.00
We had site #13 and have been here multiple times. Really like the woodsy feel and closeness of the camping area to the tubing area. Campground had noisy people next to us this time. People using loud voices until very early in the morning, not drunk (no alcohol allowed in park, they WILL check) just noisy. It rained at the start of our stay and there was some standing water in a few sites which breeds mosquitos here. Park was very crowded on weekend but quiet during week. Tube run is great and cold. Lots of lifeguards for safety, if you are not acting in a family friendly way you WILL be asked to leave. Park closes from 10a-3p on weekends because of crowding, so get here early or come late. Campers checking in must be IN sites before park closes for night. No late arrivals. - FL Camper
Aug 2011 - $18.00
We were in site #13.This is our 4th visit check out reviews on 8/08, 6/09, and 9/10 for full info. We love this park even though the campground is older. It is a short walk to the springs to cool off and there is peace and quiet here. No alcohol or rude behavior is tolerated. I even saw some loud mouthed kids at the springs get their entire family ejected for loud cursing. This is a very family friendly park where they don't put up with rule breakers! The newest thing they have added is the bear proof trash cans in the campground. We saw a young bear checking every trash can in the picnic area this visit. Park is patrolled often by sheriff deputies. The tubing is great and as a camper you can walk the spring trail after the park closes and see lots of wildlife come out. Our site was HUGE and next to the walkway. Lots of shade and they also sell firewood for campers now. Apopka is close by with many stores if you forget anything. Best value in Central FL in our book. - FL Camper
Sep 2010 - $18.00
We camped in site #8. Very shady with w/e, fire ring/grill combo, picnic table on a concrete slab. Sites are long enough for the longest RV's. We did have a problem with the power going out, but it was rectified quickly with the ranger. This our 3rd time camping here and we still really like this campground. It is quiet, but close to the river where the tubing is. Park is not crowded during the week but does get full on weekends. We saw deer on a hike, turkeys, raccoons, and a bear was sighted in the campground. - FL Camper
Oct 2015 - $16.00
We stayed here for one week in our motorhome, the price reflects Passport America discount. The sites are quite large and many are shaded under large trees. It was pretty quiet, people adhering to the quiet times. The WiFi was strong and pretty fast...and free, it's hard to beat that. The office has many standard items for sale, but I stayed out of there after our initial check in due to the smell of cigarette smoke. We were shown which sites were open and sent out to choose our own place to land and then report back. Our site had two concrete strips to park on and a small concrete pad, but no shade as we wanted the better satellite signal. Most sites appeared to be on the grass. - Da Keeffes
Jul 2015 - $32.00
This is a seedy little campground. The sites are very small and hard to get into if you have a class A Motorhome. The sites are not too level and navigation through the campground is tight. It's not bad for the price but I'm glad I was not on my own. There are a lot of rigs here that look like they haven't moved in years. Ants invaded the rig overnight, came up on the sewer hose. Bye Bye! - MrsB
Apr 2015 - $14.00
Lots of mature trees help shade the numerous back in sites. Park also has several grass covered, unshaded spots if you prefer sun. A few pull through sites available. Small selection of staples available in office. Free book trading library. Park accepts mail and packages for residents. Pool is nice, fenced, and clean.
All RV sites are large, with patios, and are on sand. Some picnic tables available. WiFi just recently upgraded and now works well for FB, eMail, and the occasional movie during low usage hours.
Park has a family section so some children are present. - User35
Feb 2016 - $15.00
Very secluded wooded sites. Had a pretty level gravel base. Sites were not very large but plenty of privacy bEcause of the trees between sites. There was plenty is seperate parking adjacent to the sites. Convenient to Publix and restaurants within 5 he Breakfast Club is particularly good. Showers were clean and spacious although the there was no private changing area. There were about 6 peacocks roaming the grounds, pretty cool. Had good cell service, acceptable satellite and about 60 OTA channels. - Crottys
Mar 2015 - $23.00
This is our 3rd time staying at this park. It's a secure place with locked gates in the evening, and peacocks roam freely during the day. Most sites are spacious with some foliage between so you may not notice your neighbor as much. The trees can make navigating a little tight if your unit is larger than 32 ft. The bathhouses are the only thing that might disappoint - they are extremely basic without any bench to place your things except outside the curtain stall, and there's only enough hot water for one person, so plan accordingly. We enjoy staying here as it feels more secluded and private. The staff are friendly and we met the park supervisor who is very nice and can tell you when the next rocket launch will be at Kennedy Space Center. Each site has a paved patio with picnic table and fire ring - firewood is provided for a great deal, though they ran out this visit due to their wood splitter needing maintenance. We got perfect Verizon 4G-LTE data signal here, but cell service was spotty with 1-2 bars, possibly due to the heavier tree cover at our site. We plan to come back next year. - Sara C.
Nov 2014 - $23.00
The staff are very friendly and they routinely clean up sites and do security checks. The gate is locked after park hours, but campers receive an access code. There is a 14-day max limit and you can only reserve 45 days in advance, although there is no deposit required. Sites are spaced nicely apart with some separated by foliage, making them feel private. Sites are concrete pads with a picnic table & firepit provided. Firewood is provided here as well for a great deal. There are 2 bath houses but located in the same general area, so only southeast sites are close-by without much hiking. It was pretty quiet during our stay, maybe half or less of the sites were filled on weekends. I was eaten up by mosquitoes my first night, ants are abundant but didn't bother us, and a few peacocks roam freely around the park, which is a nice site. Watch out for the huge orbital spiders here, we saw 3. The one-way road through the campground is narrow and windy, so I wouldn't recommend big-rigs here. We could tell that the owner has great attention to detail, like adding an extended concrete pad to the road when exiting the dump station because of a tree making the turn difficult. No sites have sewer. I work online, so Verizon coverage is important to me - had reliable cell coverage and LTE data here. No wifi is available. - Sara C.
Mar 2016 - $55.00
We stayed during Easter weekend. This was our second trip. We have a 40ft DP with a car. The pull through site offered plenty of space. Our site had a table, bbq, chairs etc. We didn't have a noise issue as we were in the middle of the park. There is an airport next to the campsite. Planes came in and out but noise was very minimal.
What impressed me the most was the staff. The woman at the front went out of her way to juggle sites so our last minute booking could met and we could get a pull through. The workers cruise around all day in the golf carts cleaning and picking up trash.
This is one of our favorite locations when we are in the area. It is close to Mt. Dora, Home Depot, Camping World and only a half hour to Disney. - sjrmathis
Feb 2016 - $42.00
Nice park outside Orlando. We been two weeks here while visiting Orlando. Really close to Florida toll roads which gave us quick access to attractions in Orlando without being packed into rv spaces.
Staff was friendly and helpful. Great laundry facilties, close to grocery stores.
Rates were much cheaper than those close to Orlando. - Tumblewood
Feb 2016 - $55.00
We camped in a motorhome while visiting Mt. Dora. The campground was nice in that with a big rig we could basically make the turns and the pull thru site was ample to accommodate our tow vehicle. Concrete patio and nice swing/glider and grill. The pad for the rv was gravel. They had a nice dog park fenced in. We didn't use the pool or showers but they really keep the areas nicely cleaned up and maintained. My real complaint was that we were right on a very busy highway which was extremely noisy. You could hear a clickety clack sound for every car. Of course this was not the fault of the campground but it was disturbing and there was an airport close by. I guess I will check these concerns next time I pick a campground. There was also a funny chemical smell for part of the time as this is in an industrial area. Too bad they can't pick it up and move it to one of the pretty lakes in the area. I guess these two factors would prevent me from staying here again. Nice people though. - slj
Apr 2016 - $12.00
We stayed 3 nights. The spring is very nice to swim in. This park is a great place to have bikes as the spring and fishing hole is very far away from the RV park. The "Noseeums" are nasty after around 3 in the afternoon. It is a nice safe park. The main road is very close to the RV park and can be loud sometimes. - RV Dreamer
Mar 2016 - $34.00
A little piece of heaven in a very busy area. About 1/2 hour north of Orlando. Really nice state park with a beautiful spring you can swim in. It does get crowded on warm days. Campground is very nice and you sorta get the feeling your in the wilderness. Highly recommended if your in the area. Verizon worked well. - NPmoto
Feb 2016 - $27.00
Very pretty nicely run State campground. Wooded so some privacy . Close enough to Orlando attractions . Great bike paths in area or within reasonable driving range . - IowaGirl