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Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $1.00
Rate reflect Thousand Trails member rate. Very nice & large campground. Well kept and a good staff. Sites level. We prefer the D loop which is more shaded and private. We camped at Orlando RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $1.00
The campground is very large. The staff was very helpful at check in. Trash is centrally located so you either have to walk or drive your car to dump the trash. No cable and no internet although they said it was free at the rec center but we couldn't get it to work. We stayed in a standard grade campsite and the pad was asphalt but in bad shape with lots of sand to track in to the coach. The picnic table was in very poor shape and should have been replaced years ago. Not many trees but the site we stayed at has lots of room. They have two pools and lots of other of other activities but we didn't make use of them. Overall it would be OK for a night or two but wouldn't want to stay more than a few days. They have a lot of rules and regulations and a lot of threats of fines if not followed but we noticed lots of infractions going on and no one seemed to notice. We got a free Thousand Trails membership when we bought our coach and I have read that this is one of their premier parks…if it is I would hate to see the worst, wasn't impressed. Won’t be renewing the 595.00 membership for Thousand Trails. We camped at Orlando RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $21.00
This is a membership park that is available to the public. There are nice facilities and many activities available. Something for everyone to do, young or old. Most sites are level and not crowded. Most are not under trees, but one section is a more natural setting with trees. We enjoyed our stay here. We camped at Orlando RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $1.00
This is a large Thousand Trails park that is much nicer than any of the other Thousand Trails locations we have stayed at in the Southeast. I was originally reluctant to return to Thousand Trails after my previous experiences, but this site was much different. There are activities scheduled throughout the entire day and most evenings. The Rec Hall has a small store and grill serving breakfast and lunch. There are two pools along with shuffleboard, pickle ball, horse shoes, basketball, and more. The park was very enjoyable to walk and ride our bikes through. The park is divided into different sections with the back section being heavy wooded. We stayed in this section for two weeks and closer to the Rec Hall for another two weeks. We enjoyed both areas. There is only one trash disposal and it is centralized by the Rec Hall. This is a little bit inconvenient, but it made sense. The one disappointment I had was the poor internet reception. This was available for free in the Rec Hall, but it was out about half the time and very slow when it was running. I used the local library about 2 miles away when I really needed it. The one thing that could make the park better would be to have more 50 amp service. Depending upon when you arrive you may not get 50 amp since everything is first come, first serve. Generally, you can move the next morning by lining up outside the office at least 30 minutes before it opens. At that time you can choose any 50 amp sites that are open by departing guests. My family enjoyed this park immensely. Our rate reflects Thousand trails membership. We camped at Orlando RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $3.00
Correct about being the poster child of campgrounds. Great sites and very helpful in all ways. Lot to do with tennis, pickle ball, church services, and pot luck. You name it and it is here. We came in at the last minute and they got us booked in. I have never stayed at a campsite like this one. Only downside, if any, is garbage is a bit of a walk. We camped at Orlando RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $1.00
Very large park. There are a variety of sites. Many of them are large and spacious, some are a little tight. Some are very remote and away from all the activity and some are within the lights of the activity center that includes two pools, miniature golf, tennis courts, etc. There is a fenced dog park that is nice to have, but deep sand. The trash has to be carried and/or driven all the way to the activity area. There are no dumpsters throughout the park. There were traffic jams sometimes at the central dumpster (that requires a combination when it is not broken) The onsite registration process is difficult. There is a map to choose your site that has magnets on it. It does not always reflect accurately which sites are actually vacant. We arrived at our site to find someone else had also been assigned the site. You cannot wait inside the registration lobby for your turn...they send you outside...even in the rain! There are several rules posted that threaten large monetary fines for violating rules such as not picking up after your dog, or leaving things outside the dumpster, or even hanging laundry at your campsite. We will return and there are many sites that are very spacious. We camped at Orlando RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $1.00
This is the poster child of Thousand Trails RV resorts. Since it is so large, they have a lot of facilities that are actually used! We took advantage of the courtesy mail room. It was nice to see the retirees line dancing, playing pickle ball, pool volleyball, shuffleboard, horseshoes, etc. The lodge is huge and they have 2 pools and a workout room, and playground, too. Free Wi-Fi in the lodge. It was adequate speed, but would randomly cut out. Tengo throughout the sites, although it was not fast or reliable. They must have had a large crew of work-campers because there was ALWAYS someone cleaning the bathrooms and laundry room. There were actually a lot of families there. Most of the campers were polite and liked the kids. The negative is that with 800 sites, you can be VERY far from amenities. Garbage was at a central location outside the lodge, so people had to drive their trash in from the outer loops. Be very diligent with your reservations and keep trying if dates are not available. Twice I booked a partial stay and was able to get the extra nights I need at the last moment. We camped at Orlando RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $1.00
Large park with many snowbirds booked for the season, two pools and a soaking spa, large recreational hall with scheduled activities, a cafe, tennis courts, Orlando TT offers much to the RV-er. Close to Lowe's, Walmart, Starbucks, and restaurants. Wi-fi is available in the rec hall and over the air broadcast TV from Orlando. Sites are well spaced, with some concrete pads, most are grass or gravel. Very dark at night, bring a flashlight when walking. Friendly staff. Sites are in high demand during the winter. Thousand Trails rate. We camped at Orlando RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $35.00
Park is very large and outwardly appears clean and well kept. We stayed in the 'D' Loop. It was difficult to find an acceptable site as the assigned site was far too small with the neighbors encroaching into it. The bathhouse was old and dingy at best. The sink has a permanent leak that is rigged with PVC pipe to drain into a floor drain. It was not a very appealing bathhouse to use. There are no fire rings at any site - they have 3 throughout the campgrounds - I find this a bit ridiculous for their prices. Overall OK park, but I won't go back unless I have no other options. We camped at Orlando RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $1.00
Definitely the best "Thousand Trails" Park. We had a nice level site near the clubhouse and were able to get a clear line of site for satellite. Only negative was the hot tub closed for the week we were here with no explanation. We camped at Orlando RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $1.00
Great Campsite, the best so far in the TT system. Friendly & helpful Staff. Clean Park, Pool and Clubhouse. The only negative thing we can say is that children are not always treated equally. Not allowed into some areas (Pool-Table-Room, Quiet Room & Spa), they say it is because they are to loud, but the Adults playing are loud as well. I would understand "only with Adult supervision". Other then that great park. We camped at Orlando RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2013 - $40.00
Huge campground with tons to offer. Kid friendly with playgrounds, pools, mini-golf, and lake (boating & fishing). Great staff with nice sites. Campground is so large that it is not hard to find a spot that you will like. Looking forward to going back later this fall with the family. We camped at Orlando RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $1.00
We stay here a few times every year. We stayed two days on our way out of Florida, and for some reason it was the most pleasant of them all. Office staff was helpful and pleasant. A tropical storm had just gone through and the preserve was very green. Everything was clean and well-maintained; the new trash compacter was a pleasant surprise. Pools looked great, usual amenities were all operational. We had no difficulty setting up our satellite and OTA digital channels were good. Our Verizon hotspot worked well. We enjoyed our stay and look forward to stopping on our way back home. Rate was actually 0 and reflects TT membership. We camped at Orlando RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2013
Rate reflects our membership rate. We really enjoyed staying here. The staff was very friendly, and there are a lot of activities here. We had a clear shot of the sky for satellite. We will definitely return! We camped at Orlando RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2013
This is your typical Thousand Trails park. They just changed out the garbage set up and it is a pain now. Have to drive a long way now and it is a big park. The staff is friendly except at the front some times. Some of the spots are terrible trying to get level. Most spots are good for satellite, and cell reception is good. Your Wi-Fi card will be spotty sometimes. The pool is nice and the nature trail is enjoyable to walk. Very active park with a lot of activities. Fishing on the lake is good and due to the fact it is private you do not need a FL license. It is gated and safe. We will stay here again and price is reflective of our membership. We camped at Orlando RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
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