21 RV Parks near Brighton, Florida
We did however find 21 campgrounds within 25 miles of Brighton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Brighton in the left hand column.
May 2012 - $30.00
Small park 5 1/2 miles off of Hwy 27 in Lake Placid. The park is rustic & offers Florida at it's finest. Located on Lake Istakpoga (fifth largest lake in all of FL - 25,000 acres large), this is a fisherman's paradise. There are about 20 covered boat slips & a ramp that are at your disposal & they sell bait as well. management was beyond friendly & dog's of all shapes and sizes are welcomed here (keep em out of the gator infested water). Their monthly rental's ran $390 - annual monthly were only $245 & you hook up your own power with Glades Electric . I would stay there again. - wendylynn
Feb 2016 - $35.00
Lovely park. Recently renovated top to bottom. Has fuel, 'trading post' and Subway on site. Other than the campground amenities (pool, shuffleboard, day spa) the only entertainment around is the casino, 3 miles north. Okeechobee is +\- 30 miles. - Jules Simon
Jan 2016 - $22.00
This is a relatively new park run by the Seminole Indian Tribe. Park seems to be almost brand new. Each concrete pad had full service 30/50 amp, water, with good pressure, and sewer. WIFI only at the club house and no cable. Over the air channels were good, we did get about 20.
Located about three miles from the Seminole Tribe Casino. Nearest town was Okeechobee, Florida about 30 miles. - Dixster
Dec 2016 - $40.00
Sunshine is a retirement village with a small handful of transient lots. I was informed I had to arrive before it got dark (I assume they don't want people setting up in the dark and disturbing the residents???) It is a beautiful and very well maintained by the ground staff and residents. The residents welcomed me with open arms and checked in on me often. (I'm a woman traveling alone). The pool area was great, clean and plenty of lounge space. I appreciated the the use of the floats you are able to borrow. The staff were friendly and helpful, even loaning me the cable I needed. The free wifi is limited to the club house, so I didn't really use it but T-mobile and Verizon worked well. - Samantha Day
Oct 2016 - $44.00
Went to this location because its listed in the Passport America book. Called on Sunday to make reservation but no answer. Left name/number for call back. Received no call back on Monday either. Drove 3 hours on Monday to get there and find they don't take Passport anymore. Office staff explained there policy's. Would have stayed anyway, but told they are already on winter rates. In October? I don't think so. Looked to be mostly permanent RVs with some transient spaces. The road in from hwy was paved. Narrow roads and had some trouble getting turned around. We moved on. - Libby
Oct 2012 - $16.00
This is the perfect park. Location is quiet, right next to an orange grove. Extremely well kept property with excellent staff. Lots to do, rec room, library with internet, very clean laundry with lots of machines, great pool. They even have a seat in the pool for handicap access. The streets within the park are blacktop, great for bike riding. Level sites. Can't say enough great things about the park. The manager and two of the hosts are great people. - getawaygirl
May 2014 - $15.00
They gave us the Passport America rate. Not fancy but the people are friendly. Over-55 park with a nice clean laundry room. Not many amenities but very peaceful. We have been there twice and will go back again. - esta34950
Apr 2016 - $26.00
This is Not a campground. This is a very old, run-down mobile home park that somehow got designated as an RV park. It is filled with old, dirty trailers or old RV's permanently parked. Individuals appear to be low income and are allowed to run businesses out of their personal trailers and the roads are filled with potholes. People are rude and crass and management is even worse. The only good thing about this park is the lakefront, but all these lots are reserved for year-round persons only and there is no access for transient people. Rules are used and enforced at-will. If you want to be treated with respect, have a level lot and meet nice, decent people, do not stay here. This is an ill-maintained park with no designated lot lines, dogs running off leash, and no additional parking for extra vehicles. DO NOT STAY HERE! - unknown123
Jun 2015 - $26.00
This campground is a mobile home park / campground. Many are permanent. The streets are narrow; it was difficult to maneuver a travel trailer onto the site. There are cement pads / patio left over from previous mobile homes. There is Wi-Fi in the office. The park is on Lake Placid but there is no access to the lake. The management was not on site, a resident was filling in and was very helpful. I would recommend for small campers. - decor426
May 2016 - $40.00
Nice Park....more upscale park than just down the road. Easy access to grocery store and Dollar General. Nice lakefront too. Many permanent homes for snowbirds too. Clean and would recommend. - unknown123
Feb 2013 - $38.00
We stayed here for 2 weeks while between homes. It is very clean and neat. We saw no evidence of activity for kids, although they may be welcome. There are many park models and winter residents in RV's. The sites available for rent are bank owned, and DO NOT have cable TV. Reception on antenna and Mi-fi are strong, with all networks available. There are two circles for pets. Since we will still have business locally, we will stay here again. - Yeager
Apr 2010 - $38.00
This is a great site and is really convenient to everything. The common facilities are very well kept, including the pool. The entire place is kept clean and the sites that are occupied by permanent residents are all very nice. A new owner has taken over and they are in the process of selling lots and it seems that for what they are giving, the prices are cheap. Very nice place to camp in Central Florida. They have docks for small boats. - laringrp
Dec 2017 - $25.00
Very clean and friendly park. This is mainly a mobile home/permanent rv park. No pull thru's. All sites are concrete and flat but a little tight. No picnic tables. Lots of amenities. Big pond w/fountain, catch and release but the majority of owners here are fisherman out on Lake Okeechobee. Biggest drawback here is remoteness----23 miles to nearest major groceries and restaurants. Stayed in 45' MH for 2 months. - Jimbo1973
Nov 2016 - $38.00
Very nice park. Mostly seasonal & park models. The lots are well spaced and easy to back in. Services were easy to access.
Beautiful, well kept grounds. Very nice pool area. Everyone was very friendly.
Only downside was our site backed onto Hwy 27 which is very busy & noisy with sugar cane truck traffic.
Would stay again but request a site away from the road. - Our-Wandering-Casa
Jan 2016 - $42.00
We spent the month of January 2016 in North Lakes Estates in our travel trailer. It is located in the countryside at Lakeport on Lake Okeechobee, but you never see the lake because it is surrounded by levies all the way around. The park is not really set up for travelers and have only a few spots that are not occupied by park models with an abundance of add-ons like enclosed patios, Florida rooms, sheds and carports. The spot we had was hard to back into, and had our trailer been just a little longer, we would never have fit in there. We had both power and water outages during our stay, and the WiFi and internet only works occasionally. Roads are narrow but paved, and all sites have at least a level concrete pad - some are totally covered in concrete. It seems like everybody has at least one golf cart, and there are many boats parked at the units. There are activities in the club house, but apart from that, there is nothing to do here if you are not a fisherman. - Jensvilhelm
Feb 2018 - $91.00
This is an ownership type resort, but with rental sites available. Mostly fifth wheels and class A motorhomes. Some sites are fully improved by their owners, others just a small paved patio area and otherwise unimproved ... our rental was fully paved and faced the shuffleboard area. Has to be one of the cleanest/well maintained park we have visited. Lots of dog waste receptacles around the grounds and everyone uses them. Outside the park there is not a lot to do and dining options are pretty limited, but we used Okeechobee as a home base to explore both west and east coasts with our towed vehicle. Port Saint Lucie, and even WPB, are only about an hour drive away ... we even ventured there for foodie dinners a few times. - NCrog
Dec 2017 - $40.00
This is a great owner's resort but they let people come in for a preview stay. They have every amenity you could think of plus dinner dances every Saturday night and live bands by the saltwater pool twice a week. Five days a week they have a bar and grill at the pool with great and reasonably-priced food. They have pickle ball champions that live here and give lessons. They have a library, a gym, a card/activity/craft room, a billiards room, an activities director, petanque, volleyball, basketball, shuffleboard, horse shoes, a hot tub, fire pits, beautiful landscaping, and a great community! - Yggm
Mar 2017 - $40.00
This is a park that is looking to sell you a site for between $60 and $150k + monthly fees. It has lots of owners and lots of still unsold sites and a 3rd section that has yet to be developed. Sites are immaculate and the facilities are first rate in all aspects. Only missing amenity is cableTV but that is available from Comcast for 1mo+ stays. Internet is free but can often be slow.
Big attraction is an exceptionally active pickleball community and 10 courts which are full every morning in the winter. I went there for this and was most disappointed in the autocratic way the courts were run. You can't get better if you are only allowed to play people at your level and below. If you're going for pickle ball primarily: check this out before you reserve. There were MANY great owners and other activities here like swimming, cards, shuffleboard, dinner/dances, live entertainment, bingo. So you can have a good time in a nice park.
They are telling some people that you can only rent one winter than you get put on a waiting list for the next one since they are selling sites...not running a park so much.
Not our cup of tea, but most owners seem happy. We will not be returning. - Camaraderie
Apr 2017 - $50.00
Always enjoy a stop here. In town and close to everything. But far enough out to not be congested. Easy in and out off the highway. The site had been repaved, but the power stand appeared not new. Power worked fine but only 1 50amp and 1 30 amp. Cool weather and power stable at 115volts. Large library. Wifi is useless so went across the street to Mcdonalds and got it done--very fast. - Libby
Apr 2017 - $22.00
As others have noted, this park is large and in need of renovation. They are doing some work on it. Parking is tight, sites are close but not as bad as most KOAs. Electricity is the biggest problem. The park was close to full capacity while we were there and the power fluctuated often. Our emergency gen-start kicked on repeatedly on one hot day, and we had several "brown outs." Getting 50-amp service depends on getting to your utility post first, as there is one 50 and one 30 per post. The staff are great, they work to keep the place clean, but I think they have trouble keeping up with such a large park. My dog kept finding chicken bones everywhere. There is an unfenced grassy run for dogs at the front of the park and the usual small K-9 area with agility equipment. We were parked mid way back, so it wasn't a problem to walk there, but people further back would have a long walk to get there. Out site was great, we had two shade trees which made it very pleasant. - pbrodie
Apr 2017 - $35.00
This is a huge park with many permanent residents, a golf course, rental equipment such as bikes and golf carts. It is pretty old park and has not been updated or highly maintained. Our oncrete pad was broken up and not quite level. Ok for a 5th wheel, but tough on class A motor homes. Some coaches have to back up onto the grass to get level. Not all sites have 50 amp and it is very hot in south Florida. Electric service is low voltage and trips the pedestal circuit breaker sometimes. Be careful, if you go off and leave your pet inside the coach. Most sites point north and south so try to get one that points north so your patio will be in the shade in the afternoon. - pcmike
Sep 2009 - $20.00
A family owned park on the north side of town; most parks in Okeechobee are on the crowded south side. But still we were only about 5 miles from all stores and grocery. We just stayed for 3 days, park was empty this time of year. Large site with 50 amp electric; ours had a pad, but most do not. No showers or restrooms either. Access to Taylor creek with a fish cleaning station. Owner says it fills up in the winter, but price is same year round 20 per night in January for full hook up. I will be coming back - travlnman