13 Parks near Delray Beach, Florida
Jan 2016 - $28.00
The family that owns this RV park all work it daily. So it is very clean and well maintained.
However, there are no recreational facilities or activities here whatsoever. And the Wi-Fi is very unreliable and frustrating.
This park is on a very busy highway, has large car dealerships on both sides, and the rear is adjacent to train tracks.
You will be within walking/ biking distance of stores and restaurants. - mountainmaury
May 2015 - $40.00
We were impressed with spacious sites, cleanliness, friendliness, price for a private city park. On the highway, but quiet. Unlike previous reviewer, we were offered a code for using showers after closing, as they are locked for security. We were offered names of local establishments. Highly recommend. - judy p
Jan 2014 - $26.00
Price reflects monthly with electric metered. Stayed here Dec.
and Jan. The park is in metro area between two busy car dealerships that are noisy and lit up and has a busy train track on the west side. After check in, we asked about using the restrooms and showers and the owner informed us that we must come during office hours to get key!!! She said "we only rent to self contained units". WiFi did not work well as park got busy. The laundry is reasonable but was not cleaned while we were there. Trailer and propane sales are a big part of business thus trailers are parked on every available site and around the perimeter of the park making it feel like you are staying in a car lot. The plus is that they are 1.5 miles to beach and is gated with partial fencing. We think you can do better than this park. We feel that you could find a better place to stay. - camperbrave
May 2016 - $45.00
This is a small park in the Lantana, West Palm Beach area of Florida. You are within a mile and a half of I-95 which makes it perfect for one night or a month. You are also just a few miles away from Palm Beach. The beaches are terrific and the restaurants are decadent. You get to rub elbows with some of the wealthiest people in the world.
The park is well laid out. You are greeted upon arrival and guided to your site. If necessary, help is offered in setting you up. The park is old, but kept up well. The pool is indoors. Shade is minimal, so summer camping is hot. But dollar for dollar you're not going to find a nicer campground in a upscale area with this kind of service very often. I highly recommend Palm Beach Traveler Park in the off season. I don't know the cost per night in January, but if is in the $65.00 range, it's still a bargin. - wmrkl
Jan 2016 - $75.00
This park is all about location. It is close to shopping, golf, etc. We stayed at this park for ten days in January to visit family. A rather small park, located in the middle of a residential area making the sites very tight. We were able to squeeze our 40 foot, fifth wheel into a site with the excellent assistance of a staff member who remained with us to ensure our setup was problem free. Very nice guy! Office staff was very nice and helpful. The park is generally very friendly with lots of dogs. - trimixdiving
Mar 2015 - $75.00
We stayed here for 3 weeks and paid $525 a week. This park is very well kept. There are flowers planted everywhere. The roads are paved and very nice. The sites are pretty close together but everyone was very friendly. There is a heated indoor pool, a community kitchen, and a lounge area with satellite tv. The office gives change for the washers and dryers. There are only 3 washers and 4 dryers but I was always able to do my laundry without having to wait and the machines are all new and work very well. The laundry is open all night long. There are activities all the time from line dancing lessons to pizza parties to live entertainment on Saturdays. It is mostly all snowbirds with a handful of full time residents. There is a fenced in dog run area in the storage section of the park. There is also a dog walk trail around the whole edge of the park. The front of the park is a little noisy from the street, and is right next to a daycare that can be noisy when the kids are outside. The managers are helpful, especially with parking because some of the spots are hard to get into. Not the best for an overnight stay. They are all back in sites, no pull throughs. I would definitely stay here again. - R-Gill513
Feb 2017 - $35.00
We stayed four nights in a lakeside site on the east side of the park. It was one of the nicest sites we've ever had. Lots of room with wildlife just a few feet away. The interior sites are much more crowded. Did not see any pull-thrus. Naturally some sites were easier to back into than others. There's enough room to back over the grass to get into a site rather than trying to make a 90 degree turn. There was occasional noise from the airport but not bad. On only one morning there was a lot of noise from I-95 which disappeared after rush hour. Verizon phone and hotspot worked well as did OTA TV. Would love to return but only to a lakeside site, not in one of the crowded interior sites. - all4pets
Feb 2017 - $32.00
Everything SeaLandSky said was pretty spot on, except if your staying at the west end of the park where the airport is located. There is now a helicopter training school located on the airport grounds. Monday through Fridays the helicopters are doing maneuvers and hovering which at times can be extremely loud and annoying (no it's not because I'm getting older). So just be aware if your looking for some quiet you'll be disappointed. Come on the weekend or stay on the east side of the park it might be quieter there. Other than that it's a great park as others have alluded to. - RailwayRog
Dec 2016 - $31.00
A nice campground located within a large urban park surrounding a couple of small lakes. Given it's urban location the noise level was pretty low - just a low hum from I-95 and the general aviation traffic from the adjacent airport. The campground itself was very quiet even on the weekends. Winding relatively narrow asphalt access roads (probably a lane and a half in most cases). Sites are concrete pads surrounded by grass and a good number of trees (but by no means "wooded"). Short term sites (not more than 14 days) along the water are relatively spacious with generally good views. Long term sites are away from the water and look to be very close quarters. Big rig access to a given site is entirely dependent upon your neighbors (may necessitate moving of a vehicle or two). Access roads are generally too narrow for a big rig and a car to pass. Some of the turns at the intersections can be tight and sight limited. Some of the sites need to have trees trimmed higher. Power ok (although we did have an intermittent ground problem), water ok (50psi), sewer ok. Wifi pretty much unusable - sluggish at best and very annoying with frequent logins required. Verizon and TMobile LTE good signal strength and speed. Satellite access is site dependent, but most sites appeared to be open enough. Full, two stream (paper and cardboard in one bin; everything else in the other bin) recycling on site. Lots of road bike riding opportunities in the surrounding park. We will stay here again at least in a short term site, but we're not sure about a stay in the long term sites. - SeaLandSkyPhoto
Jun 2014 - $50.00
This is one of the worst parks we have visited and the most expensive. The sites are cramped, unlevel, full of weeds and ants. When we put out our slide out we almost hit the trailer next to us. The front office person did not seem happy about answering any questions we had. There is also a train nearby which makes sleeping difficult. Overall it was an unpleasant experience and I would strongly advise people to look elsewhere to stay. - fontina
Nov 2009 - $42.00
Despite the bad reviews, we needed a place to hook-up and stay nearby, while visiting family for the holiday. This is definitely not a place for kids. Don't even bother to come with kids, because you will get the stare down look from the nearby neighbors. The other reviews are true, but if you are just looking to hook-up and not planning to stick around the park that much, it's probably fine. Apparently, the summer is pretty dead here, but we are here just before the holiday and there are a ton of snow birds from Canada; mostly over 55 community. We arrived after 8PM on a Sunday and made it to our campsite OK. A lot of permanent or long term residents. When my kids jumped out the RV to greet their grandfather, that met us at the park, the neighbors came outside a little disgruntle at the noise (which wasn't that loud), but since they obviously are not use to kids here, we seemed to be disrupting their quiet kid less park. Since we are not Canadian and in our 30's, we definitely seem to be the topic of conversation in the park. It's actually pretty funny that as plain as we are, that we can be that much entertainment. We dropped the kids off with their grandparents and my husband & I are enjoying a little senior RV living and quiet time in the hot South Florida sun. - CasillasCampers
Apr 2009 - $45.00
This is a very poorly maintained campground; many sites are in very bad repair and lots of extended stay. The folks here are not very friendly or helpful. I feel it is way overrated, and wanted others to be aware. - jfitterman
Nov 2015 - $65.00
We were schedule to stay there for 3 days. The space we were put in was a paved parking lot with sewer, water and electric. (6 places in a row with lines. We were put in between two other large RV's. The space was so tight that we could not put out our sides without hitting the other RV's. We called the office to see if we could get another site but the office was closed. We called the maintenance phone number and had the man come over to see the issue. After moving back and forth for almost an hour we finally got it to fit with the sides out. You could walk down our stairs and walk directly up our neighbors stairs. No cable was available, so we left the next morning. Fortunately our next location could take us earlier then planned so we went on. The electric, water and sewer hookups were placed well, but after looking at other sites, they would not have worked well either so we went on. Staff was great and understanding. They did have a good laundry room, pool area and everything looked clean. I wish the site we had was set up better, but other sites I saw looked tight also. They have one slab near the front and another slab in the back on the opposite side. I guess smaller RV's would be OK. Sorry but I would not stay there again, but others may find it acceptable. - al alvarez
Aug 2014 - $71.00
We came during peak season so the place was packed. This campground really milks every square inch of space. Standard sites are barely wide enough to open the slides. We took a tape measure and the space between our neighbor's door and our slide was 4 inches!!! (I am not exaggerating - I'm happy to provide a photo). I don't know the history but I suspect this place was founded by Canadians, as there is a huge French Canadian population (snowbirds) here that they cater to. Even the live music they had playing by the pool was mostly in French, as were almost all of the notices on the bulletin board, and very few people here speak English. There isn't anything pretty to look at either. It is like one enormous parking lot. Even if it wasn't filled to the brim, there wouldn't be much to see. This place is way too overpriced for the lack of space and landscaping. - cherylbrv
Jul 2013 - $18.00
This park has the Worst sewer hookups I've ever seen - they are under the RV clear in the middle. It also has the worst stickers in the grass of anywhere we've been. The park would have gotten a rating of 1 if it weren't that the office staff were so helpful at check-in time. We will not revisit this Park - Kent Savage
Jul 2016 - $4.00
This park was a mobile home park, converted to RVs. The water and electric hook-ups are on the wrong side of every site. The sewer connection is in the middle of the site, under the RV! You have to crawl under the rig to connect. The roads are narrow, making it difficult to maneuver a big rig. We had to drive through two other sites to get out of our spot. Luckily the park was almost empty, so it wasn't a problem.
We booked 10 days through Coast to Coast, but only stayed one night. There is no security, the gates open for anyone who pulls up. The park is in a rough part of town, and we didn't feel comfortable staying there. - The Sauntering Sampsons
Oct 2015 - $40.00
This is a bare bones park for sure. But, the grounds and campsite were clean and didn't look bad. And we felt very safe in the neighborhood. Funny thing was I still have absolutely no idea where the office is. We never saw anyone walking around. We didn't need the restrooms but the folks next to us said they were recently remodeled and were very nice. We stayed one night and are not looking for area activities or night life. Since we couldn't find an office we just found a site with a 50 amp plug. We would stay here again. - User529
Feb 2012 - $57.00
RUDEST staff, very disorganized, and even though it's in a good location for shopping, etc., there's not much for the kids to do, and there is no gate upon entrance. I would not recommend this park for families. Also, I found the managers were arrogant and unorganized. - SparkyTonk
Jan 2017 - $67.00
This is a large resort well laid out. Landscaping is excellent. My reason for not giving a higher rating is based on the resort's lack of wi-fi and no cable. A resort whose normal daily rates in the winter are $125, is expected to have those amenities. Sites are quite large. There are many activities, but most of them have a charge associated with them. Check-in was poor. Only one person in front of me at check-in and it took almost 20 minutes. There are no tables or chairs on rental sites. We likely would not return or recommend it. - EdGuru
Jan 2017 - $65.00
Very very nice. Very clean and safe. - Rollin On
Dec 2016 - $70.00
Beware if you are planning a stay here this winter. We are here for a few months. No doubt a beautiful place. Security is almost non existent. There have been several high end bikes stolen recently. One security guard from early evening until early morning. They have been caught sleeping on the job during the night.it is 70/30 French Canadian vs Americans.very nice tennis courts and shuffleboard.very clean and well kept. Two large pools.
Management will tell you they are really in the market to sell. Renting is secondary. - Jenne23
Apr 2016 - $35.00
Management was very helpful and friendly. Our site was level w/shade and room to park our 2 trucks. I did not use the restroom/showers but the laundry was always clean and well maintained. We would definitely stay here again. - dakotabean
Jan 2016 - $40.00
We pulled in and pulled right back out. Trailers were very close together, the lot and camp sites were unlevel, nothing was like their web sight suggested. Very unsafe feel to the place. We would rather stay in a Walmart mart parking lot than to spend a night in this camp ground. Best advise we can share is not to go there. - k64 -_k
Sep 2014 - $60.00
Drove in to have a look. We were interested in staying for a few months. We drive in, towards the back, and then straight back out. First, it's already packed like a sardine can and it's only Sept. Second, it's in a bad part of town. Third, it's outright scary in there. I'd rather stay in a Walmart parking lot. We never even bothered to talk to anyone at the from office, we just left. - Camp time
Apr 2016 - $30.00
I spent my first few weeks of motorhome ownership here, and it was excellent for my needs, being located close to the city. It's a well-kept park with helpful staff. The roads are tight, but I was able to navigate them in a 33 ft Class A on my first day driving it.
The higher-numbered spaces are closer to the railroad tracks, and mine was perhaps the closest of all. I generally enjoy being around the trains, but some would blast the horn right nearby. I slept with the window open one night and was awakened by the first commuter train in grand fashion.
The office received packages and called me when they arrived.
WiFi was a little spotty when I arrived, but as the park emptied through April, it became very good.
The discount for tri-county residents is being discontinued, so the new price ($40) is rather high for a public park. But it's an urban location in Florida. After May 1st, I believe the rate is lower. The winter dates fill up early.
It appears that a card access system is being installed, but I didn't ask. No charge for day visitors except on weekend daytimes, and then only $1.50. - bobk3d
Mar 2016 - $30.00
Pros: Beautiful park, nice level and landscaped. Great location, near many beaches
Cons: Some sites hard to maneuver into. Narrow tree lined streets, arrive in daytime. Adjacent to very noisy I-95. Frequent loud trains can at times create a rumble to be felt
A great base camp park for motor homes, fifth wheels and travel trailers with some sound proofing. Not so great for sitting around outside although I will say I got used to the trains during my 2 week stay. I slept fine, trains were much less frequent at night. I would go back. - Bill & Karen Smith
Jan 2016 - $35.00
Yes, as others have noted, the noise of the trains and I-95 is a bit of an annoyance if you are outside. We didn't really notice the noise that much inside our motorhome. The narrow roads were more of a problem. I was scraping bushes going to my site and leaving. Unlike what others said, there was wifi at our site that was actually pretty good. Overall, this was a pleasant place to stay. The grounds were well maintained and very attractive. I would stay here again. - MFTDoc
Jan 2017 - $70.00
We stayed at Vacation Inn Resorts for 12 nights. This resort is primarily for owners - many Canadians and Northeast snowbirds. Renters must have a Class A motorhome not older than 10 years. There are many 5th wheels in the resort, but those are site owners who have been grandfathered. The positives: Landscaping is beautiful! The resort, and the individual owners, take great pride in their resort, and it shows. Very lush. Amenities include two pools and spas; tennis courts; lots of activities to sign up for. Daily trash pickup. Good roads for bicycling, and there is a large brackish pond in the back of the resort. Although I didn't fish there, I did see some fairly decent redfish along the banks (and 1 gator). Shopping is close, and there is an executive-type golf course across the street. A few items of concern: It would be helpful if the resort rules could be posted on line, or provided as reservation confirmation. We had no idea as to the check-in time, or that we could only have one car in the resort (additional vehicles must be parked outside the gate). As others have noted, the roads are very narrow. You must unhook your toad as soon as you enter the gate, before you get to the divided streets. When you find the office, you have two choices: either park on the street (which will block inbound traffic), or enter a small parking lot on the right. When you check in, make sure you have $30 in cash, as you will need to make a deposit to get your electronic gate key. This was a bit of concern on checkout, as we were leaving on a Sunday, but the office is closed on Sunday, and only open until noon on Saturday. This meant that after we turned in our key on Saturday to get our deposit back we could leave, but could not re-enter. We did not use the washers or dryers, as you must purchase a card for $5, then add money to it in order use the W/D. We didn't think that was cost efficient for a short stay. All in all a nice resort, but more suited to owners. - BuddyG
Oct 2015 - $73.00
Many of the rental sites have old inadequate 50 amp service that blows with three ac being used. Have had low voltage on three different sites. Site had not been used in a while, had hornets and nest in electrical box. Picnic table was turned upside down. When I attempted to turn it up, had bug colony and had to leave it down. - coreys
Feb 2014 - $66.00
This is an ownership park and has been around for some time. This makes it an extremely tight park on the interior roads but the skilled management seemed to totally know how to get big rigs into the sites. Roads and sites are all paved. Sites are fairly narrow but with great landscaping everything seems very private. Wi-Fi not so good. Pool is nice, but we didn't get to the clubhouse. The entrance to the park is quite hard to see. It's actually the driveway to an adjacent water park. Use care to locate the turn. Check-in by the way, is through the entrance gates and well into the park. Don't stop at the water park office as we did! You will definitely want to unhook the tow upon arrival. We'll stay here again. - jeffnbarb