55 RV Parks near Davenport, Florida
Mar 2018 - $60.00
Nice park, pool and accommodations. A little tight for our 45' coach but navigable. - 450 LXi
Feb 2018 - $85.00
Stayed here for 3 days during the winter season in Fl. Bad mistake. When making reservations told them we needed a pull through: When we arrived, it was a back-in. We are a 40ft RV with tow car. Without a lot of "jockeying" room, sites are very difficult to get into even with the dolly unhitched. From the entry, the facility looks really nice: That is only in the front couple of rows. Our spot was in the larger back area which was unkempt, and full of what appeared to be yearly or seasonal workers area. Across from us was what appeared to be a souvenir store for Disney; one in the back had the sparkle type lights going all night and the other lit up with Disney lights. Not the ambience we want for camping in a tent, 5th, tag-along or RV. It was a large site width-wise but not enough to keep dolly attached. We had to move our tow vehicle one morning so a neighbor across the street could get out of his spot. . There was no guide for reaching the site and erroneous directions given by the camp personnel. With small winding, poorly maintained roads, it was difficult to maneuver through. Sites in back were grass and poorly leveled. Wi-Fi was fine as was 50 amp service. No garbage pick-up but we were within a short walk to the community dump. Due to the cost of this campground, I give it a terrible rating! I'm a native Floridan and know what the Orlando season is like, but I considered this price-gouging. For possibly $40/night, maybe. - docsheila
Jan 2018 - $89.00
Great campground. Well kept, convenient location to all theme parks. Great restaurants nearby. Great staff, very helpful. The resort was well manicured. WiFi was great. Very happy with the stay. We will be back!!!!!!!! - Wanda Page
Mar 2018 - $70.00
Very tight for our 45' coach. Had to back out of our pull through due to narrow site and roads. - 450 LXi
Feb 2018 - $62.00
We camped in Kissimmee to be near the repair shop. The camp ground is huge made up of seasonal guests in camping units and small cottages. Lots of activities are planned for the residents. The pool is okay. Our site had FHU's with just 20 and 30 amp service. The main breaker for the us and the adjacent sites repeatedly tripped. After a call to the office for the first trip, we then reset the breaker ourselves. The sites were open to full sun, ours was grass covered. The cost was rather expensive, I guess because of the proximity to Disney. We stayed for four days. - Nautilus
Feb 2018 - $60.00
This is a large RV park with rigs packed together. Lots of snow birds use this as well as a number of people who have lived here for years. Management has allowed the live-in's to greatly expand beyond their sites. We were next to one of these. Not only were we looking at an absolute trash dump but we had only about 1/2 of an already small site. We asked to be moved but, although there were a number of sites open, "no spots available" was the response. We asked to have the site cleaned up as there were cigarette butts, dog & cat poop, and other trash. Noting was done. Later we asked for a partial refund as we did not have a full site and were next to a dump. Suddenly they asked if we wanted to move, but by that time we couldn't due to commitments.
Sites are grass or sand (ours was sand), FHU, sort of level but very small. Internal roads are narrow and due to the small sites vehicles extend into the roads. Scary. No wifi. This could be a good park if management would be management. We won't stay here again. - DrM Traveler
Jan 2017 - $60.00
The park has several new concrete pads for RVs. The park is having some upgrades and is reasonably clean. The park needs to emphasize rules about pet owners cleaning up after pets while on walks in the park, though I realize that the pet owners have a responsibility to abide by the rules. The staff was friendly and helpful. We stayed in one of the improved sites which had a higher price than some others available. We enjoyed our 3 day stay at the park and would visit again. - Steve77
Dec 2016 - $52.00
This park is more of the "retirement village" type with only 3 or 4 transient spots. Mostly filled with tired looking permanent trailers and mobile homes. However it has recently changed hands and you can tell they are investing in the park and improving the lots as they become free. The staff and the residents are wonderful, extremely friendly and helpful. Any issues I had were resolved quickly. The newly poured concrete "pull thru" lots were perfectly level and they even provided you with a small table and chairs. The internet was provided by Tengonet (you are given coupons upon arrival, so it is at no additional cost) however it is only really meant for email and light browsing. Certainly no streaming. Neither T-mobile or Verizon worked well. I was luck to get a one bar signal and the data was worse than the free internet provided. I would return again simply because of how warm and friendly the residents and staff were. A pretty decent calendar of events too, Bingo, Craft Classes, Socials etc. - Samantha Day
Jan 2016 - $44.00
We were backed up against a fence that was covering up a dried up pond and one space away was a sewage processing area that made noise on and off all night while doing it's thing...a few days it created a nasty smell....our concrete pad was very old, covered in black spots from age, and shorter (our RV is 40ft) making the front end of the RV stick out in the grass area...we tracked in lots of sand even with rugs down. The site did have a new small picnic table on it. The overall of the campground is good though. The roads are paved, it was very pet friendly and the folks that reside there and visit there are wonderful....the office staff were also superb. There are a lot of activities going on through the week and some are posted on a sign as you enter the park. The location of the park is good and away from the road. We would go back.... - Lovingretirement16
Jun 2016 - $40.00
The pull thru site was nice, however, this is not a big rig friendly park. Lanes are tight and signage (although nice and professional) is located too close for turns. This appears to be a more permanent resident type park. Water pressure was weak at best. - gford10480
Mar 2014 - $48.00
This is an old, mostly mobile home park with one lane roads and paved sites. Most of the mobile homes are decades old with additions on one or both sides. The width of the RV sites varies. Our slides were at the edge of the neighbor's concrete patio. Many RV sites are pull through, but due to the narrow roads, we needed to back in vs. pull in to avoid striking the power pedestal. They have cable and Internet, but both are an added cost. Water pressure at our site was very low requiring us to use the on-board pump for showers. The park is very friendly. Many residents sit outside in the evening and will greet almost everyone as they pass by. One of the brightest parts was the lady in registrations who, upon seeing us drive in, came out with a map of the park and ask us to follow the fellow she was calling to our site because a bad rain storm was moments away; very considerate of her. They did have multiple activities scheduled each day. The drive from I-4 was easy, but when you near the park going up a grade to the one traffic light, stay in the left lane (where all the traffic is stopped). The right lane must go into the shopping center. It is marked but you might not see the sign in time. Likely we would stay here again if we were in the area and just needed a place to stay. Rate was $10 higher than their web site reflected. We were here during a spring break period. - Workamper04
Feb 2010 - $32.00
A comfortable place to stay a while, especially if you are going to Disney- it's only 15 minutes away. Short-term guests are interspersed with mostly elderly long-term and permanent residents. This is a very friendly place; virtually everyone you pass smiles and says hi. The office manager Lynn and the rest of the staff are warm and helpful. Fifteen minutes away is Kissimmee, which has every store known to man. This is NOT a place of great natural beauty; it is on the outskirts of the sprawl known as Orlando. But the price is good (great if you stay a month: $445+ electric), the people are friendly, and there are a million things to do in the area, especially if you have the budget to visit the theme parks. Sites are level and most are about 20' x 45' (some a bit bigger) with a 6' x 15' concrete patio. There is Wi-Fi but you need to be right by the office to pick it up. We would stay here again. - Roaming Rob
Dec 2017 - $68.00
Clean campground with paved roads. Close to I-4 and hwy 27 so get a lot of road noise. Stayed 3 nights, had full hook up site with 50 amp service and cable. Cable seemed to be turned off each night around 5:30 and back on around 7 a.m. odd we thought. Did not use rest room facilities, Pool clean and well kept. exercise area clean. Had a site at the bottom of the hill in front, was not very level as front of coach was almost off the ground. Close to plenty of shopping and not far from Disney. Would stay here again. - no tent
Apr 2017 - $68.00
This was the drop off site for our rental RV so that was the reason we chose this campground in the Orlando area. Ours was a pull site with full hookups. The site contained a picnic table and a fire ring. There was a fire ban in place at the time so we didn't use the fire ring. Also, the fire ring was so close to our camper that we probably wouldn't have used it anyway! It appears there are plans to redo the sites to alleviate those situations. This is a deluxe park with a large pool open 24 hours. The park building also contains a large store and a billiard room plus a meeting room. There were some snowbirds still camping here in late April. We did not take advantage of any of the amenities as we were here for just one night and needed to clean out our RV to turn it in the next day. But the staff was very friendly and attentive Bathrooms were very clean in the main building. There were several toilet stalls and, I believe, two shower stalls. There was another bathhouse in the park but I did not use it or inspect it. This park might be a bit too far from the Kissimmee attractions but is in a good location if just coming into the area or just leaving. And, as mentioned, it is also a choice of some snowbirds. - Gawa
Mar 2017 - $23.00
We have just completed staying here for our 3rd winter. We love it here up on the hill, but this winter has been extremely noisy. There are several pipeline workers living here for a while and most of them are young single guys. They all start their diesel trucks, with glass pack mufflers around 6:00am and let them idle for a while before going to work. Then, on weekends they speed up in the park all hours of the night. There is no security in this park and no one to enforce speed limit. Also, our truck and our friends vehicle got "keyed" one night--once again lack of security. - BonnieGooGoo
Jun 2017 - $49.00
Absentee landlord. Recent breakins. Closed Pool. There are no "showers" (plural). There is one shower/toilet for a man and one shower/toilet for a woman for the entire park. Rusty electrical boxes. Desk staff do not smile. This is a really old trailer park by Disney and does not cater to campers/motorhomes/children. - RainBow Busted
Apr 2017 - $28.00
This park is old and somewhat pieced together. However, was a good value for the money. They want cash, no credit cards or checks. - Bettygreen
Dec 2016 - $33.00
Stayed for eight nights, mostly to visit my daughter and Disney. Wifi pretty useless, and since we were parked across the street from the office, puzzling. Office suggested maybe too many users, but at 4am? Not likely. Inexpensive, older park, pretty well kept. Park only accepts cash or check for payment. Quiet and close to Disney, but would not stay again, due to wifi issues. - Bill and Valerie in S. FL
Jan 2016 - $27.00
Rate is for W/E/S, 30-amp, pull-thru.
Blacktop sites a bit uneven and very close to your neighbor. Parking for your toad or tow vehicle is at a premium as some sites are short.
However, office staff great, trying to accommodate your needs. Close to Orlando and theme parks. Shopping close by.
Owners are converting many sites to manufactured homes as vacation rentals or for sale as snowbird homes.
We would stay here again.
Good over the air TV reception. - thetravelkids
Feb 2014 - $48.00
Older park that is well maintained and clean with up to date sites. Nice people work there and its handy being close to everything. - EdNorm
Feb 2014 - $20.00
This park is right off Interstate 4 so there is some road noise but it not bad. If you’re a big rig like us, 40 ft class A with toad, know that this is an older park with narrow paved roads that can get a little tight around the turns but is doable. The longer you are the harder it will be to level because the paved pull-through sites are all nose up. Each site has a small concrete slab with a picnic table on it that is located toward the back of each campsite, not ideal for a class A, next to your neighbor's sewer hookup, so your picnic table sits only a few feet away from it. No fire rings. Most pull-throughs are wide enough for a big rig with 4 slides and awning but may not be long enough if you’re 40 ft+ with a toad. There are a few large trees in the park but plenty of open sky for your satellite. We did notice a problem with dogs off lead and cats being let out to roam around, so lookout for dog poo and cats spraying your tires. Bathrooms and laundry were clean. Staff was very friendly and helpful. - Road Train
Apr 2018 - $75.00
We enjoyed our two day stay in the Regal Point section of the campground. It is an older park but appears to be well run. The golf course was in good shape and our site was easy to maneuver the 43 ft bus into. People were friendly. Would expect this place to be busy in season. Renting by owners is the way to go. - Susan M
Mar 2014 - $30.00
Rate reflects a one-month stay. We stayed in the Regal Pointe section which is the more recent development. Lovely resort, with paved roads and large sites, executive golf course, nice pool and clubhouse, and very well maintained. Our site backed onto the ninth green. Very nice, but for some reason however, the RV pads were built with a significant slope, and getting level meant having my front wheels off the ground. Many permanent residents, but very most people were friendly and welcoming. Organized activities galore with breakfasts, cards, Wii, Wii, crafts, dances, etc. WiFi was good, but only available in the clubhouse. Located close to I-4 and Hwy 27, and traffic is horrendous. Getting in and out of the resort was a challenge. Overall, a great place to stay. - Voyageurs
Jan 2014 - $50.00
We stayed for 1 week visiting friends. We did not get a confirmation and had to rely on our friends to keep us informed. We were bounced around 3 times before we arrived. We were told that they only guarantee that an acceptable site will be provided, not a particular site. The site we were given was not acceptable, in that 2 days after we arrived, the electric company knocked on our door and stated that the electricity was going to be shut off because of non-payment. When we explained that we were renting from the owners for a week, they said we had 1 hour to settle the issue. We called park management and we assume that they were able to contact the owners since we did not have the power shut off. But...what if they couldn't contact the owners...or worse, what if we hadn't been home and had returned at night to find the power off and couldn't resolve the issue until the next day? In fairness, the site owners bought out the owner of the park last month and things have been in upheaval since...but I think that the park should not rent out owners' sites without knowing if all of their utilities are paid...especially at the outrageous prices that are being charged. We paid $403 for one week (including tax) and this did not include cable. We will not return to this park and will instead stay at the KOA down the road. - rena
Apr 2018 - $50.00
Mostly all year residents. Families living year round in very small units. - Colette Durand
Mar 2016 - $55.00
My wife and I spent 13 snowbird years at this campground staying six months each year. I watched it go from a friendly snowbird family retreat to a low income trailer park with all the baggage that comes with that.
We often had low voltage and several of my friends had damage to their electronics. Once we were told to use less electricity when the voltage went to only 95 volts. And for that we paid per kilowatt and for them to read our meter. Many of the sewer hookups were broken and did not have caps on them. We often had bad smell depending on the wind direction.
I was told by park management that Florida Camp Inn is going toward a trailer park with year around residents rather than 6 month snowbirds even though we paid summer rent to keep our rigs onsite. There are also several RV parks within 20 miles. Look elsewhere. - Den - Mary