7 Parks near Brooksville, Florida
Jan 2016 - $14.00
We stayed at this park for a week on a special received at the Tampa RV Supershow.
This is a small park that was adequate for our needs. This time of year the park is filled with snowbirds from mostly Michigan, Illinois, and Indiana, just like the rest of Florida. They are very friendly and social here!
The site we parked on was a pull through with crushed shells for the parking surface. Services were good. Water pressure here was at 80 psi. You will need a regulator.
They are expanding the park, and it will be interesting to see what it looks like in years to come!
Most shopping is in town about five or more miles from the park. If you are in need of an adult beverage that is a walk away, there is a convenience mart just south of the park.
This is a great place to stay if there is a special rate available! - Howard Jaros
Jun 2014 - $29.00
Beautiful RV park and friendly, helpful office staff as well as campers. We got a nice level site that was shady (no low branches) and near the showers. I have never seen cleaner, more beautiful restrooms/showers anywhere. There is a curtained, dry area to undress next to your private shower. Also a large handicap toilet room in ladies' room. My husband said there was not the same dry undress area in the men's shower except for 1 handicap shower but equally beautiful with marble tile on floor and walls. All the women's showers seemed handicap accessible. Our rate reflects 25% off summer FL resident rate and was a great bargain for the amenities. The pool area would be right at home in a million dollar resort and the grounds are absolutely beautiful, with a small pond. Very quiet when we were there but I'm sure winter season is lively. Nice laundry room, $1.50 load (we didn't use). We will return when in the Brooksville area. - imagardener
Oct 2013 - $30.00
Wow - cannot say enough about this park. The manager is very welcoming and obviously puts his heart and soul into this park. It's beautiful - with woods and trails. It's just off the highway, but you would never know it because of all the trees - they keep everything out and you feel like you've entered a paradise! The grounds are immaculate! The restrooms and showers and all common areas are beautiful, clean and comfortable. The pool and spa area - and the clubhouse are amazing. It appears that the ownership is only a few years in, and the improvements they have made, and continue to make are evident. The roads and sites are still dirt, but I understand there are plans to pave - which will take away some of the dust in the park, but also take away from the natural beauty that is everywhere. In the meantime, the work campers are meticulous about watering down the roads that keeps the dust down. They have apparently had flooding problems, but we saw no signs, and from talking to the locals, the park fared much better than surrounding areas in recent flooding, and obviously did a great job with any necessary repairs. No problems whatsoever during this stay, and previous stays over the past three years. Have been there during the winter months and it is quite a community of returning snowbirds every year, and very difficult to obtain a spot! If you want to stay in the winter, reserve your spot now for next year! If you stay in the spring, summer or fall - you are lucky indeed to be a part of this growing park. We highly recommend you visit Belle Parc on your next trip to Florida. You will not be disappointed! - Diver1tpd
Brooksville, Florida (map) | (352) 797-5759
Sites: 51 | Latest Rate: $20.00 | 2 Reviews
Oct 2013 - $20.00
Great place to camp and ride ATV or off road motorcycles. The staff is outstanding and they are always making improvements. - DS650
Jan 2013 - $24.00
Great if you are riding ATV's or dirt bikes. Ride right from your camp site to 2800 acres of trails, mud pits and just plain off road fun. The staff is outstanding, and the bath house was clean. Some site are not level and are short, but there are many which are level and large. - DS650
Feb 2016 - $18.00
We learned about this campground while attending the 2016 Tampa RV Supershow. They were offering two nights for $20. Then we stayed for seven more nights at $17.50/nt using Passport America. The campground is out of town and about 10 miles from most shopping opportunities. It is mostly quiet except for the occasional traffic on Culbreath Rd. The services were adequate. The park is set up with 66 paved sites and adjoins a mobile home community of about 300 sites. The campground is heavily treed with the Florida dirty oak trees! It is easy to get in and out of the park but do not approach the park from the North on Culbreath Road. It is narrow with lots of low hanging trees. Use Hwy 41 and Ayers Road to Culbreath Road, and then head north to the park entrance. We were parked on site #1 which was not the greatest due to gate noise and everyone cutting through our site for mail call, but for the reduced price it was tolerable. The sites are set up, so you are back to back with another RV, and most services are located at a distance. You will need a good amount of sewer hose, water hose, and perhaps a power cord extension depending on how long your RV power cord is. I would guess the water is a well system, but the pressure was okay. If we can stay elsewhere in the campground, we may go back in a month or two if we can't find anything else. It is winter in Florida, and the campground was most accommodating getting us in! - Howard Jaros
Nov 2014 - $23.00
Excellent washer dryers. Cell phones and Verizon WiFi worked great. Good cable TV and very good park WiFi. Large swimming pool, very clean, and 86? water temperature. Long paved campsite but just wide enough for RV and truck. We would stay here again if in the area. - jhav
Aug 2013 - $18.00
Large site with trees in travelers section. Price is for Passport America. Huge cable, Wi-Fi, pool. Lots of places for the dog. Very large library at club house. A nice, quite and peaceful location. Fishing lake at back of property. We enjoyed it. - Libby
Feb 2011 - $28.00
The sites are quite tight and are a bit hard to back into, and there are a lot of long termer's here, so some of the trailers are a bit run down. The park has great atmosphere, and is very welcoming. We would stay here again. - Dundee
Mar 2010 - $10.00
This is a southern refuge for many. Easily over half of the sites are full timers who have added on to their campers to the extent it is hard to recognize them as campers. The staff was extremely helpful and friendly. My site was indeed a pull through with a nice sized concrete patio. Full hook up: I had to arrange w/ the local CATV for service (was there for 3+ months, note daily rate is based on 1st month at winter rate and 2 months at summer rate averaged). This was a very quiet place and they had several community events: holiday dinners and parade(s). Even working nights I was able to rest during the day w/o any problems. (I might have been the noisy neighbor, with my odd hours.) I chose this place as it was very close to where I worked but would keep it in mind for a much shorter stay: though I doubt I'd be placed in the same site (be given one of the dedicated overnight sites). I can only imagine it is busier during the heart of the winter when all the residents return. All in all a very nice place which made for a nice stay. - D Ward
Apr 2007 - $29.00
This is primarily a "live-in" park for the 55 and over crowd. We stayed one night because we were visiting somebody in the area. The park was very clean and the camp store was well equipped. There was a nice pool and other facilities. Most of the sites are occupied by older trailers that are permanently with added roofs and sun rooms. There are a few sites for overnighters. It looks like a real nice place to spend the winter. - bgb1066
Jan 2013 - $21.00
Very tight and small spaces. We needed help from an employee to back into spot. When opening our door, it was very close to the neighbor. It seems to be a trailer park, with spots available in between the regulars. If you have a long RV, you will block the driveway for others to get through. We were only here for 2 nights. - Brenrett
Jan 2010 - $28.00
The entrance to the park is lovely. Once past that, however, its appearance is seedy. Sites are extremely close together, muddy, and people don't seem to be picking up after their dogs. The park could be nice but, sadly, there appears to be little pride in keeping the park up. - geotraveler
Mar 2010 - $15.00
Very well maintained campground in 45,000 acre Withlacoochee Forest near Inverness. Spacious sites with paved entry roads and paved sites. Large open pavilion plus huge recreation building with kitchen available for groups. Set up for equestrian use with modern stalls for rent, corral, many miles of riding trails in the forest. Couple of cautions: absolutely no dogs and must call ranger at number given to make reservations for all facilities - no drive-ins. A real undiscovered gem not shown in most RV guidebooks. - Trav-ler