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51 RV Parks near Four Corners, Florida
We did however find 51 campgrounds within 25 miles of Four Corners. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Four Corners in the left hand column.
Sep 2015 - $23.00
We stayed here while going to and from Disneyworld which was only 15 minutes away. The staff were very friendly especially the guard house staff. It's mainly snowbirds who arrive in October so it was very quiet when we were there. Almost 1000 sites but only 40 of them are RVs, the rest are fulltime trailers. 8 bath houses, 2 pools and a large club house where you can get good free wifi. You can't get it from your site. Mini golf and other activities for free. Everything was very clean and tidy. You can not come in after 10pm in an RV so remember that if you only have the RV to travel in and plan a late night. Happily stay here again. - kiwitravelers
Jun 2014 - $15.00
This is definitely not a big rig friendly place. With over 900 sites, most of them are permanent trailer homes and the campground is designed like a gated community, with very narrow, winding streets. We were fortunate to get a site with a street perpendicular to our site so we could back in straight, but I don't see how one would get into a site otherwise as there is no room to back up from the street and there are no pull-throughs. Our site had a little bit of grass in the back, and a canal running behind it. Unfortunately, the water appeared very filthy - dark brown and sludgy looking. There was a nice picnic bench on the site, but I really wasn't motivated to sit and work out there overlooking the dirty water. I have not had a chance to check out the rec center or pools. From the outside, it looked very nice. In order to use any of the games like shuffleboard or tennis or anything requiring equipment, you have to give a refundable deposit. It would be nice if where you do this (at the guard house) wasn't located at the total other end of the park where the games are! We could walk to the center from our site, but not easily to the guard house. Would I stay there again? NO, because of the layout of the roads within the park. Too difficult for a big rig to get around in. Also not too many other RVers - 99% are homes. - cherylbrv
Mar 2012 - $30.00
The water is fine, first time with MH much better this year. Stayed here last two years with friends in park model. People are friendly, no problem with sites, ref size. On site 371. Only complaint is this site is noisy with diesel pick ups going by. Picking lemons off the tree on site. Does not get better than this. Pool clean, warm, and close to all sites. - Tin man
Jan 2018 - $40.00
Lots of activities and friendly people!! Basic sites. with good space between sites. - scirocco
Jan 2018 - $1.00
We went to the pool here. Restrooms needed updating. The showers were small and need to be cleaned badly. Spots were good sized. There was a small playground the kids and I went too. - TravelinFam
Dec 2017 - $75.00
This was a nice RV resort but now sadly it is just another campground. The park has no written rules when you enter, so anything goes. It allows large outside animal cages, motorhomes parked on the lawns next to Fifth Wheels,three or four vehicles on the lot. They also allow 24 foot pontoon boats,dollies,cargo trailers and just anything they want to place there. - Shadoe
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
Sep 2018 - $50.00
I felt this park was great. The staff were friendly and helpful. You get to pick your own site. The site we chose was on broken gravel but this did not bother us. We went to some activities they had. They also have 2 pools, adult large jacuzzi, volleyball, and much more. We will definitely stay here again. Great location to get to Disney, Disney Springs and a ton of restaurants very close by. - RV Path chosen
Sep 2018 - $38.00
We have been coming to this park on a fairly regular basis since 2013 as Elite Connections members of Thousand Trails. We don't pay a daily rate; however, it is currently from $38.00/day. We have seen great improvements in the park since then, albeit there's still room for improvement. For example, it's a shame that a lot of money has been spent to update the fitness room because it still has a terrible stench, which makes working out unpleasant. Both pools are now open to children; the park loses a few points for that. Adults should have their own space. We found it interesting that several reviewers state they were escorted to their sites. We have NEVER been escorted anywhere at this park; we have always had to drive the park and choose our own site. The bath houses are kept as clean as possible. In fact, the only time the staff may not be able to keep up with cleaning the numerous bath houses is during the winter or on holidays when the park is filled to capacity and obviously not everyone cares about their fellow campers. We try to avoid coming to this park from November to April. The staff here is hard-working and dedicated to their customers; they always have been. On rare occasions we've run into rude staff members - usually they were not permanent employees. I won't go into detail about the amenities as I would be parroting what has already been written. The majority of the sites are level, and Thousand Trails has upgraded many of them to 30/50 amp service at a great expense. More improvements are planned. Thousand Trails Orlando is a beautiful RV park compared to many RV parks we have been in. It is not as nice as parks where sites are privately owned, but it's not due to a lack of trying by the staff. We've been to 18 TT parks. We enjoy it here and highly recommend it as one of the best TT parks. It's the perfect base camp for the Orlando area or just to come and relax. - RV'ing Bikers
Aug 2018 - $48.00
Close to Disney (ask about the back way in when checking in). Very hot and humid in August (they have no control over the weather). Mini golf in need of updating. Bath houses had been remodeled and in excellent shape/cleanliness. Loved the idea of free use of pool table-tennis-badminton-but they only stayed in the store til 6pm. Had to place items in another room after use, which was OK, but had to be sure to sign the stuff back in the next day. We are not members, but so grateful they allow "visitors". Much cheaper than Disney's Fort Wilderness! Need to offer golf cart rentals - grandparents couldn't get out much due to mobility issues. Had to drive personal tow to everything in the park (it's that large). Bicycles are a necessity if you can ride one. Grass didn't get mowed til the day before our departure. We had pull thru concrete sites-you can tell this park is a "little aged." - n2camping
Feb 2018 - $40.00
This park, once clean and new, has gone way downhill. It has become a trailer park and is no longer an RV Resort. Most folks here seem to live here full time and pack all their crap in their very small sites. We had a boat right next to our slide. Anthills haven't gotten any better and they do nothing about it. Staff is lackluster at best. We once considered buying a spot here and we're so glad we didn't. Reserving a spot is nearly impossible. We reserved a spot, as it turns out, for a spot that had been sold for months before we reserved it. As we understand it, they sold a lot of sites as rent to own. The owner is then technically the management company, until rent to own is paid in full. As a result, the management company has the majority of the votes. This same management company tried to park unsuspecting renters in spots that weren't available to the rental pool! It's too bad as this used to be a nice place and it's turned into a dump, despite some great owners who have done lots of good with their sites. Too bad you have long termers with lots of kids and junk all over their sites. We had recommended this place to people and regret that. Never again. - Kamnel
Feb 2017 - $75.00
This is an excellent campground. This is the nicest campground near Disney World. All of the sites are paved and our site was level. Most of this campground is owner occupied. The clubhouse had pool tables and exercise room, and the pool was heated. All of the campers we met were very friendly. We will definitely use this as our go to campground when visiting Disney World and not able to get into Fort Wilderness. We stayed here for 10 days. - On the Road Again with Dave and Christie
Apr 2016 - $40.00
The park itself is beautiful. Landscaping is nice, although a lot of it is a result of the owners rather than the park itself. The sales staff are there to sell - don't ask them questions about the park in general as they'll give you a blank stare. What makes this park are the people. They are so friendly. The site was comfortable and we ended up staying longer than we expected. The location is great - close to everything but away from the busy road and civilization. The big negatives were: the wireless, the massive amounts of ants and the constant workers careening through on trucks at 7 am. The thing is, we never could figure out what they were working on. We figure they are to prep sites to sell, but even then, buyers tend to do this themselves. That said, I wouldn't think of buying here unless they completely ripped up their shoddy job on the pavers and have the electrical inspected. They seem to have a ton of problems with that on both fronts. Overall, though, this is a great park and we wouldn't hesitate to come back. - Kamnel
Sep 2018 - $19.00
The person who handles check in was not friendly. I can deal with that. We were supposed to stay here for one month and left after one night. Reverse polarity issues caused issues with our rig. We tried 30 and 50 on two different sites. Both had reverse polarity issues. We told owner. He said it should not be a problem and did not offer to fix or check anything at the site. When we asked to try a different site he said they are all like that. I would not stay here again. There are no locks on the bathroom doors or showers. Only curtains hung up for both. - RV Path chosen
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
Aug 2018 - $50.00
No working showers. Residents use the pool and pool showers. No hot water in bath house or laundry room. Most toilets do not flush either. I asked around and this has been going on for over 6 months. They have been reported to Florida Environmental Services as the absentee owner is unresponsive. If you dry dock, may be suitable for a night or two for Disney Fans. Otherwise, there are many other parks in the area with working ammenities, showers and toilets. - RainBow Busted
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
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
Oct 2018 - $107.00
So, I am not a real Disney fan, but my grandaughters are. We tried FW a year ago by renting a cabin for the night. I loved it. We had a pool all to ourselves and the Disney stress just melted away. This year I dragged the TT to FW for a week in the campgrounds. This has to be the most perfect campground in the country. There was never a stick out of place, a loud neighbor or a messy bathroom. Trash receptacles in our loop (900) were between sites and it seemed that every time I used it, it was empty, yet I never saw anyone empty it. We needed an early check-in to pick up one of the girls at the airport. They could not have been more accomodating. Still not a real Disney fan, but I'd pay $100 to stay here even if it wasn't connected to Disney. While I heard that sites were small and challenging to settle into, we didn't find that to be the case. With the curves in the loops, you couldn't see more than 2-3 trailers at a time. Site was a bit of a challenge on its angle, but I haven't been towing/ backing up for too long, so that's probably on me. - deewalttoolguy
Sep 2018 - $100.00
What else is there to say it is Disney. You are not going to be able to stay on a Disney resort for a better price. The pools are amazing and the food is better. Do yourself a favor and rent a golf cart the best thing to do in spare time is loop all the sites to check out the campground. Easy to drive cart to diner, bus or boat to any Disney park. I have stayed in 1100 loop and 1200 loop which are premium sites and loved them both. Make sure you check out all the campground has to offer. We always save 2 days just for time at the campground and no parks. - Phatsteve
Jul 2018 - $108.00
Was in the area for a conference. This is expensive for a campground, but in the context of the location, it was a very good value. It had fantastic amenities, but due to work commitments, we didn't have much chance to take advantage of them. No open fire. Propane or covered pits OK. Used Lyft to get me to the Hilton where the workshop was and that worked quite well. - Uthagan
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