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Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $36.00
Great staff, easy on and off. Sites a little short for today's big rigs. Roads paved but narrow. Would stay again. We camped at Blueberry Hill RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2013 - $17.00
The park is located only a short distance from I-75. There is 1 section that is reserved for short term visitors and the much larger area for snowbirds. This park is very neat and attractive. Even though we arrived around 4 PM, the office was closed for the day. Very detailed instructions were provided to select the appropriate site for the evening -- pay in the morning. The park is located in a small city environment, but many restaurants, WalMart, and other services are within walking distance. The exercise room, laundry, and activity center were very neat and attractive. We were truly impressed with the entire park. The rate reflects Passport America and was a BARGAIN. The monthly and seasonal rates are significantly lower than those in the SW Florida area. The only reason that I checked a 9 instead of 10 is that the transient lots are very near your neighbor. We camped at Blueberry Hill RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $17.00
Price reflects Passport rate. We stopped here for a night, this is before all the snowbirds come back, so we pretty much had the place to ourselves. The office was closed for the weekend. There were envelopes supplied to deposit your payment. If you ever need a place for the winter with lots of activities, this looks like the place to be. It has a nice dog park, They have Wi-Fi, but you have to pay for it. A Walmart, that we walked to. We would stay here again, off season. We camped at Blueberry Hill RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $20.00
We stayed here a few years ago in the full price section and it was great! Yesterday, we used Passport America for 1/2 price and were parked in back of the lot. The ground was too soft for jacks even with plates underneath. Cable TV required about 50 ft of cable because it was available only at the furthest next door site. It was adequate for our purpose because we stayed only 1 night to visit kin nearby. Many snowbirds which makes sense. April 4 is not quite out of season for them. Park honors Passport American from April 1 thru the start of their winter season. We camped at Blueberry Hill RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2013 - $18.00
Talk about a friendly park...this is it. Bill and I are from California but are traveling the country. We've been full-time RVers for two years. If we weren't already 'done' with Florida and we didn't have grandkids in CA and we were of a mind to settle down for a time at one park, Blueberry Hill RV Resort would be the one. It's pristine and active. We really enjoyed our week there. If you are in the Bushnell area to try it out. We camped at Blueberry Hill RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2012 - $30.00
Fabulous park. We stayed for about a month and a half. The park was super easy to get in and out of. We stayed in the long term back in sites in the back, which were very spacious. The short term pull throughs were also very nice. Super friendly staff and campers. Super clean and lots of activities. If you get bored it is your own fault. Very accommodating. We had no problems with our 40' rig. Pet friendly!! Cable was great. WiFi was average. Could be slow at times, but no biggie. Tons to do in the area and the location is perfect to Tampa and Orlando for day trips. We highly recommend this park for short or long term stays!! We camped at Blueberry Hill RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2012 - $15.00
My husband and I have camped at this campground on and off for years to go to Webster Flea Market. There are large grass sires in the back and long paved pull throughs on the front side. Since Sun RV Resorts bought it there have been a lot of improvements. There is a new floor in the billiards room (which is great) and the library. There is a new large fenced pet run area, a new bocce ball court, a new pickle ball court, a brand new exercise room with all new equipment, fresh paint on the clubhouse and the park benches, a new putting green, and a new pool fence and furniture, nice new locked mail boxes for longer term stays, a TV and couches in the clubhouse, and a new activities director. We prefer the paved sites because they are clean...just try to get a spot close to the clubhouse otherwise you will feel like you are camping in a parking lot. You can walk to Walmart, Wendy's, Subway, KFC, McDonald's, Dunkin Donuts, a Chinese restaurant and a pizza place. This park is super clean, convenient and very easy to get into. The only improvement they could make would be to add another bathhouse for the grass section. There is only one bathhouse for the whole park although they are great. You have a locked separate toilet, sink and shower in each one. We will definitely stay here again although we won't be eligible for the super rate we got. Sun RV Resorts is offering an $89.00 a week special plus a resort fee which worked out for us in December to be $15.00 per night. We camped at Blueberry Hill RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2012 - $32.00
I was extremely disappointed in this campground. The restroom were a mess, the cleaning people didn't show up until well after 12 noon. Must have been partying all night from all the music we heard into the wee hours of the morning. Not really a nice pleasant campground. We had originally paid for 2 nights, but after the first night we decided to leave cutting our weekend get away trip short. We camped at Blueberry Hill RV Resort in a Truck Camper.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2012 - $25.00
Location; on C.R.609, about a half mile off I-75, exit 314. Here for Carriage Club Rally Staff. Friendly staff. Cost for the rally it was $25 per night. Regular rate is $35 per night, $210 weekly. Don't know if they honor any club discount. Great monthly rates, a limit time special was $375/month. That, I believe expired. The park is under new ownership as of mid February. The long term section of the park has double wide sites. All sites in the short term section were narrow and paved pull-throughs with full hookups. 50 amp electric. Paved roads. Some small trees with no privacy between sites. Sites are very close. The long term section has much larger sites. Sites there are on grass with a gravel pad and paved roads. Sites are big rig friendly, but a little tight turning into the narrow sites if someone on both sides. Heated pool, big Clubhouse, scheduled activities and usual park amenities. The restrooms here are about the best we ever seem in a RV Resort. They are private and all tile, super clean. I believe they are very new. Also, all the buildings were in very good condition. There is a nice separate billiards and game room. There is also a large pavilion. They sell LP gas. Very nice clean laundry with about 8-10 machines, and parking in front. Good Verizon signal. Wi-Fi in clubhouse. Over the air TV, about 12 channels. Dog friendly. A lot of room to walk a dog, as this is a big park. There is no fenced dog run. Good night lighting, quiet. There is a small book exchange. A very well kept and clean park. All buildings are super clean and well kept. Probably several miles of paved roads in the park for walking or bike riding. A shopping center with a Walmart in walking distance. Several good restaurants near by. Close to the huge Webster flea Market. Easy access from I75. There is no "Wow and It" factor, but it is a nice park. The transient sections is tight and good for a few nights. If we would stay here long time, the long term area in nice, but no privacy between sites. If passing through the area we would have no problem staying here for a few nights, but doubt we would stay here long term. Just not enough in the area for our taste. We camped at Blueberry Hill RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2011 - $38.00
I've stayed several times at this park in the past 7 or so years, it is still a very nice park but I didn't really feel very welcome here this time. Some of the staff have an overall bad attitude and I didn't feel that short or sharp answers to questions was a good way to interact with the public. I think I'm going to have to find a different park in the area to stay at my next time in the area because there are several parks and maybe I'll find more congenial folks to deal with. We camped at Blueberry Hill RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2011 - $24.00
Friendly staff. Great location right next to a Walmart. Level cement pads. We camped at Blueberry Hill RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $32.00
We originally stayed here because we were attending a rally, but we stayed on for an extra week. The park has wide paved roads and sites. It's clean and very well kept. The pool was being cleaned as we arrived here and was available two days later. We had a problem with the cable TV service and it corrected within minutes. Plenty of dog walking areas. The weekly rate was $228.00. We will stay here again. We camped at Blueberry Hill RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2011 - $34.00
Planned on staying here a week, but after 3 days enough was enough. Yes it is a pet friendly park. Pet owners let their dogs run free in the park, crap on your campsite, and people just walk through your site! I like to sit outside of the morning and have my coffee while watching the sun rise while it is quiet, but we have two small dogs come running each morning over to our site, do their business and then start barking at us. After informing the camp hosts, nothing was resolved. After 3 days of this we left to continue our travel to the West Coast. I thought it was a unwritten rule that you don't walk through someone's campsite, and campgrounds made everyone keep their pets on a leash and had them clean up after them. Guess I was wrong about this campground. We camped at Blueberry Hill RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2011 - $36.00
Nice pull through sites. Clean everywhere. We only stayed one night. Easy to get to and located right beside a Wal-Mart. We camped at Blueberry Hill RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2011 - $25.00
We had our annual Eastern MILWIT Rally Mar 6-9, 2011 here. 17 motor homes in total. Campsites are all pull-thru. There are no large shade trees but the sites are landscaped and each has a little patch of grass. Nice pavilion for meetings. Commercial kitchen available for groups. Staff friendly but got our group and another group's use of the facilities mixed up several times where we had to relocate. They did not have us parked together very well, even though they had advance notice of our event. Convenient to Webster Flea Market on Mondays and Beasley Manufacturing in Center Hill is close by for sunscreen/outdoor rug material. We had a group rate. Regular rates are higher. Several good restaurants nearby. We would stay here again. We camped at Blueberry Hill RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
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