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Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $38.00
Excellent place to stay. Very nice spacious sites with lots of trees. Very quiet in April. Wonderful staff at check in. Pretty Park. Bathrooms and showers were great, plenty of hot water and very clean. The pool is enclosed by. We camped at Rock Crusher Canyon RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $40.00
This is one of our favorite RV parks. It is large and the sites are sized and spaced generously.
Parking a 45 feet motorhome and trailer was no problem at all. This is a natural park and the sites are all different. Some are level, some are not. Some do have shade trees, some do not. You are parking on grass but the grounds are solid. No issue for our 54,000 lbs coach. All in all, there is a lot of variety of sites to choose from. The campground is clean, the sites are well kept. Some of the picnic benches may be in need of repair, though (warped boards). The park is quiet and large enough to offer ample roadways for walking. We have stayed here before and will again. However, our enthusiasm for Rock Crusher Canyon has been dampened quite a bit. Unlike in the past, quite a few sites are lit up now like a Christmas tree. In full color, blinking and flashing. Some sites are lit up so much that you see them shining through the tree lines. We noticed quite a few sites (one right across from us), where the lights were on automatic timers and the owners absent. I am saying owners as opposed to renters because some sites appear to have permanent residents. I do not understand why the park management allows this light pollution. This was not an issue during prior visits.This is quite a nuisance and you are well advised to ask for a site without city light Illumination. If any lights at all, I would want to see star lights. But this Christmas light pollution prevents that.
The park is conveniently located and Crystal River and Homosassa Springs do offer a variety of attractions. If Manatee watching is your thing, you are in the right location. Food shopping opportunities abound and Walmarts are close by, too. We camped at Rock Crusher Canyon RV Park in a Motorhome.
The 3 Sisters Springs are a favorite for Manatee watching. You get there by boat. The Homosassa Wildlife Park is a neat place to visit, too. Drive a few miles and you will eventually get to Gulf of Mexico beaches.
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $34.00
We've stayed here before because it's convenient to Crystal River. This time we requested a site on the lower level and it was okay but not level. It is a very wooded and rustic park but with nice pool, showers and laundry. Cable was provided but picture was very fuzzy on our high-def TV. Husband loves showers as they are individual complete bathrooms. Water pressure was good. We camped at Rock Crusher Canyon RV Park in a Motorhome.
Fun places to eat in old Homosassa: Neon Leon's is great with live entertainment evenings. The Freezer, (cash only) and menu is very small so don't go if you don't like boiled shrimp. Cody's in Crystal River is good but Wednesday is buy one get one fajita night so go early....real early.
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $38.00
Price of $38 (incl.tax) is an average, since we were here over March and April when the rates change. This park is practically perfect! It has 398 sites, all with full hookups, and most of those sites are very nicely spaced, most with vegetation between sites. The sites are also quite deep, which allows you to get farther away from the road. Showers are clean and have good water pressure and plenty of hot water. The Verizon signal was strong, which gave us our hot spot for internet. (I did try their internet once; it was not a strong signal at our site.) We were in a shaded spot, but they have cable tv. They have a large laundry area, screened in pool and hot tub, playground, etc. We were here right at the end of the winter season, so saw lots of seasonals getting ready to leave. All of the sites were kept very neat, even the seasonals. It is very quiet and peaceful here, and of course the city of Crystal River is 10 minutes away, with a Publix for shopping. They even have a free car wash area, which was appreciated by our filthy Jeep! Campfires are only allowed in your own raised platform type grill, so not many fires were going, which made me happy! We would definitely come here again. We camped at Rock Crusher Canyon RV Park in a Motorhome.
Gopher tortoises are in this park, fun to look for!
Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $38.00
Camped here for 3 months. Love the people and activities. Nice wooded large sites. Paved roads. Close to kayaking, bike paths, fishing and great restaurants. Great pool and nice activities. Will be back. We camped at Rock Crusher Canyon RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.
Walmart, grocery stores, fruit stands, restaurants and major conveniences all close by.
Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $37.00
What a great RV resort. Large spacious sites. The back-in sites are the easiest to get into that I have found yet. The showers and restrooms are individual units and are well maintained. The staff is friendly and very helpful. Lots of activities for the long term visitors. It is a gate secured park. Definitely on my return to list. We camped at Rock Crusher Canyon RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Don't miss the Crystal Springs Manatee Park
Date of Stay: December, 2014 - $25.00
Has a state park feel. Large site with under brush. Way more space than most private parks. Nice pool, clean bathrooms. WiFi at club house. Cable good. Would return. We camped at Rock Crusher Canyon RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Homosassa wildlife state park- fabulous
Date of Stay: November, 2014
Our 5th time here very nice park. Very large sites. not a parking lot. Lots of things to do in the park and the area. I would, and have, recommend to anyone. We camped at Rock Crusher Canyon RV Park in a Motorhome.
many sites in crystal river and surrounding area. see the manatee at kings bay and drive to rainbow springs.
Date of Stay: October, 2014 - $45.00
Nice campground but very overpriced for sites offered. It does feel like you are in a state park with privacy in most sites. We called ahead to reserve a pull through shaded site. The one given was long enough but we couldn't open the door or slides because of the tree and table in the way. We had to choose a back in site which was much nicer. We took advantage of the hot tub and pool and had it all to ourselves. Looks like most people here are full timers and lots of campers being stored at sites. We camped at Rock Crusher Canyon RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $19.00
This is our third stay in this park. It is a very wooded, primitive camping style, with full hookups. Sites are grass, if you're lucky. It has rained almost non-stop since we arrived two days ago and we must walk through muddy sand to get to the car. There are a lot of full time residence now and it's beginning to look a little junky. We were here this time two years ago and were almost the only ones on the upper level. Restrooms/showers are wonderful. There are 6 individual shower, sink with mirror and stool in the building. The downside, if the park was full, is the fact that there are only two buildings(one on each level). We return here every year for appointments and to visit friends. I think we'll try someplace different next year. Nightly fee was Passport America. We camped at Rock Crusher Canyon RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $40.00
Overall I liked the park. Most sites are large with trees all around. I spent 10 days here and could not use their internet - for me this is not acceptable. Either you do have or do not have internet to the sites. Park is extremely quiet even when filled up. I really wanted to like this park alot, however, no internet at $40.00 is not satisfactory. We camped at Rock Crusher Canyon RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $19.00
At $19.00 this was a good overnight stop. They had a huge cable selection. No site paving, and it's a good thing it was well drained after torrents of rain. The staff were great. We camped at Rock Crusher Canyon RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $38.00
Massive park, HUGE sites, great atmosphere - almost like a State park - lots of woodland & different areas to choose your site from. Staff were very helpful and accommodating, the Wi-Fi (free) is exceptionally good with many proper masts throughout the park. The clubhouse is lovely with a good library for swapping/borrowing books, videos & DVDs. Heated pool & hot tub are both great. All in all, an excellent park with tons of room, nice folks, and activities if you want them. We camped at Rock Crusher Canyon RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $20.00
We stayed here a month at the 'tail-end' of the season, so many residents had left and the activities were winding down. Pleasant park with lots of shade and amenities. Some sites are owned by the resident. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Rock Crusher Canyon RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $49.00
Very nice large park, most sites are gravel, pretty level, with good shade cover. Good location for Crystal River area activities. Would stay again. Nice dog park. We camped at Rock Crusher Canyon RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
many sites in crystal river and surrounding area. see the manatee at kings bay and drive to rainbow springs.thesilverback • November 2014
Homosassa wildlife state park- fabulousK Willie • February 2015
Don't miss the Crystal Springs Manatee ParkBoyds nest • March 2015
Walmart, grocery stores, fruit stands, restaurants and major conveniences all close by.DAV53 • March 2015
Gopher tortoises are in this park, fun to look for!dbcordello • April 2015
Fun places to eat in old Homosassa: Neon Leon's is great with live entertainment evenings. The Freezer, (cash only) and menu is very small so don't go if you don't like boiled shrimp. Cody's in Crystal River is good but Wednesday is buy one get one fajita night so go early....real early.Pennylee • April 2015
The 3 Sisters Springs are a favorite for Manatee watching. You get there by boat. The Homosassa Wildlife Park is a neat place to visit, too. Drive a few miles and you will eventually get to Gulf of Mexico beaches.Olivia Las Vegas • April 2015
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