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Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $45.00
This is a nice quiet park (with the exception of being about .5 from I-95). The rate includes free wifi which works well. Unfortunately, there is no cable TV so the rate paid seems a bit high. The sites are very wide and spacious with full grass and small (10 x 15) cement pad. As it's late March it's hard to say how full they get, but the park is now 3/4 empty as most snowbirds have likely left. Washrooms are very clean. Nice club house. We camped at Sonrise Village RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Sam's Club and Camping World less than 1 mile away.
Date of Stay: February, 2008 - $39.00
Would have gave a higher rating but the lady manager has a very negative attitude. She really acted like she hated dealing with the public anytime we saw her. The park is a very nice 55+ park with wide sites with the water and electric hookups behind the RV. All sites are back in. The pool was very nice as was the rec hall. But it is over priced for location, next to I-95. We camped at Sonrise Village RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2006 - $39.00
Very nice campground. Not much shade but nice size sites, ours was 36x60 mostly all back-in. Not much privacy between sites. Each site comes with concrete pad, picnic table and a light with the site number. Very quite and tranquil park. Not much for children to do, but there is a pool. Restrooms were clean and only 2 showers in the ladies room. Nice folks camping here too. Big rigs! If you have children bring games and DVDs for the TV as they have no cable at this park. We took our eleven year old fishing at Cocoa Beach which is approximately 12-15 miles from this campground. We had a very enjoyable family weekend. We camped at Sonrise Village RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2006 - $29.00
Very spacious grassy sites with good blacktop interior roads. Nice rec room and immaculate rest rooms. Well run by very accommodating managers. We have stayed there before and will stay there again. We camped at Sonrise Village RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Very clean RV Park. Staff are excellent and very helpful. Rules are in place to maintain
the park and it shows. The sites are very large and many are adjacent to pet walk and exercise areas. We found it to be very nice. We camped at Sonrise Village RV Resort in a Motorhome.
My husband and I have been spending our winters for several years at Forest Village
Campground in Cocoa, Florida and have positive reviews to offer anyone looking for an extremely well run RV camp. We found the facilities absolutely immaculate and the manager and her staff most accommodating. We are lifetime members of the Good Sam Club and have owned RV's for over 25 years. We do live in one beautiful country, but we have found Forest Village Campground to be the best for us when staying for a lengthy period, even though they are not members of the Good Sam Club. The central location is near Cape Canaveral and Kennedy Space Center, close to Disney World and Daytona Beach, next to Christmas and mid way to the Keys. We are at a time in our lives when we want to be able to set up our RV and enjoy our time away from home. Forest Village is our number one choice. We camped at Sonrise Village RV Resort in a Motorhome.
The park is very clean and neat and in good repair. The bathrooms are always immaculate
and the pool sparkling clean. The staff are strict about following the park rules, but this insures that everyone has a good stay. We have enjoyed staying here over the past two years. We have stayed in other parks in the area and this is by far the best! We camped at Sonrise Village RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a relatively new park. We had planned and reserved a site for the upcoming fall & winter. We recently received in the mail a letter from the campground manager with info such as site #, mailing address, an other pertinent information. At the end of the letter, it stated that washing of vehicles was prohibited. As we were traveling over 1500 miles to get here, my husband asked if he could wash our new 2002 5th-wheel just one time on arrival. She said we couldn't because the local water district had a "water restriction against washing vehicles" because of drought conditions in that area. (On a previous call, her husband said they might let us do a "one time only" washing of our unit.) In talking to her, she was very assertive and insisted that the water district was inforcing a strict "water restriction." She went on to say that they had seen trucks driving through the park checking on them. We have friends that live in the same area whom we called and they said they didn't believe it. They live in a community park 4 miles away and they had no water restriction at their park. We also called another campground in the same area and was told they do allow RV washing in their park. At this point, my husband decided to called the Cocoa Water District. The lady he spoke with said there was no restriction on washing RV's. The only restriction was that you use an automatic shut-off nozzle on your hose. My husband called Forest Village RV to say that per his conversation with the water district, they didn't have any restrictions prohibiting the washing of cars or RV's. He left a message on their voice mail. We received a call back. The message began by saying that due to my husband circumventing her and going to the water utilities, she and the owners had decided that they would no longer accept us at Forest Village RV Park. Our application for a site in their park was declined! At this point, my husband picked up the phone and asked her what her problem really was. He had only asked if he could wash the new trailer just one time upon arrival at the park. And only the trailer, not the truck. That could very easily go to a car wash. It's a little more difficult to take a 36' 5th wheel to a car wash. She continued to say that it was the owner's decision: not hers! My husband said, "Well, why didn't you say that in the 1st place, that is all I wanted to know." Well, she said we are not welcomed as guests in the park: ever! We have been staying near that campground for 3 years. We know that other parks in the area allow washing of RV's and vehicles. Many of them require that you keep your RV and vehicles reasonably cleaned. We are totally appalled that this all happened over a $.50 car wash. If she had just said.. "Sorry, we aren't allowing this" or better yet: "We will accommodate you and let you do a one time wash of the RV." That is all we asked. We were paying nearly $2,000.00 to stay here on a site. Paying our own electric bill also. We do not dislike the park itself: it is clean, neat and has nice sites. I just wish that campground owners/managers would realize that we are not just your guests! We are paying customers. You are here for us: not the reverse! We give the campground a definite 8. The manager: definite improvement is needed!! We camped at Sonrise Village RV Resort in a camper.Undo
Sam's Club and Camping World less than 1 mile away.gypsy parrotheads • March 2015
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