Frostproof Florida Campgrounds
39 RV Parks near Frostproof, Florida
Feb 2017 - $20.00
Hammondell is mainly for permanent and snowbirds with about 40 spots for short term stays. We stayed for a month so the daily rate was very low, but had an electric bill of about $40 at the end of the month. - WNC Traveler
Mar 2016 - $24.00
This is definitely a retirement park and the vast majority of the permanent units are old and in need of upkeep. There are a few overnight sites and all of these are tight, really tight for a rig over 30 feet long to get in and out of. Hook ups were typical and the price per night included cable TV. The best thing I can say about this park is that it is quiet. We paid for 10 nights and ended up staying only 5 nights. - the Fishers
Mar 2015 - $16.00
We stayed for 4 months at the monthly rate of $475 plus electric. WiFi was limited as we were in the rear of the park but not a major problem as we opted for the extended TV and WiFi thru the local provider. While the sites are somewhat narrow and some of the paved streets are not the widest this is more than offset by management and the people that reside in the park.
We have stayed in different parks and in different cities within FL and this is by far the friendliest park we have had the pleasure of staying at. The manager, is the greatest. Plenty of planned activities to keep everyone busy or lounge around the pool...your choice.
Made a lot of friends that we now stay in contact with. Can't wait to go bad next winter. - BlueBoy
Feb 2018 - $12.00
Pros: Great bike trail & ranger-led tram tour. Beautiful oaks. Cool CCC museum. Cons: The campsites have no privacy, hook-ups are shared with neighbor so yours may be on wrong side. Narrow interior roads. No sewer. Only 30 amp. - Breeze On
Jan 2018 - $20.00
Camp sites are very, very close together. Didn't see any concrete pads, it appeared everything was dirt. Placement of electric & water in many sites was very bad. In our site (004, a back-in site), the fire ring was by the services making it unusable. There were two power outages during our three day visit. - kentr
Jul 2017 - $12.00
The campground is not crowded in summer & the tram was not working while we were there due to road damage. There was a camp host who was very friendly and we always find that to be a positive. Our site was a handicap, wide, nicely paved, pull through near the newer bathhouse. All 3 accessible sites are paved but have only 30 amp service. Picnic tables are very old & need work. The sites in our area were mostly dirt with lots of shade trees & significant tree roots. The sites are fairly level and our water/electric worked well. We received a few OTA TV stations. We also saw some deer and beautiful hawks. Dogs are not allowed on some trails due to alligator threats. As previously mentioned, one dumpsite with a difficult angle is a negative when lots of campers are checking out. - R&S
Feb 2014 - $13.00
Rate is based on three month stay. This park is in a great quiet location just far enough from US 27. Shopping is close, and four of the several golf courses in the area are close by. The wonderful bike path and state park are just down the street. The management is very good and the residents are friendly. Many activities are available for an enjoyable stay. Each RV spot has good utilities and a concrete pad. Electric rates seem reasonable and propane is available on site. Aesthetically, the permanent trailers are very nice. The RV section could be better looking, but they do the job. For that reason I did not give this park a 10. We will stay again as the price was right. - exceltraveler
Jan 2014 - $15.00
Cost is based on a 2 month stay. We were there January and February. We had planned to be there 3 months. People were very friendly, water and electric were good. HOWEVER, wifi is so bad we were frequently able to even download our email and we were right next to the booster antenna. We finally paid Comcast for a hookup. Be aware that the 3 month discount rate will not be given up front. You pay the full rate the first 2 months and the pay the difference the last month. If you elect to leave early, as we did, you won't get the 2 month discount and they won't want to apply the $100 deposit you originally sent. The sites are NOT spacious as advertised and while level, your tires will sink in the sand on one side. Access to the sites are narrow and there is little room to park your tow vehicle/toad. We won't stay there again. - kcook
Feb 2013 - $40.00
Stayed here for 3 days on a tour of different FL RV parks to see where we might want to stay for a longer period in the future. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The sites were pretty tight, but sites we saw had cement pads with sand/grass RV parking. We had some difficulty getting into our site due to the tightness and vehicles parked nearby. There are a good number of mobile homes in the park, but the RV area is separate from them, although they do share the clubhouse activites (which there were plenty of). The park residents we interacted with were very friendly to us even though we were there for such a short time. We did not see any children anywhere within the park and there weren't any playground areas. They had a great lending library, an area where puzzles were being worked on, a movie night, and other activies one could take part in. We would stay here again, but only for a stopover rather than weeks or months. - Parrothead Mike
Feb 2014 - $30.00
People are real friendly, management is a different story ,we reserved a week stay and where informed that a week is 6 nights and would have to pay an extra night to make it 7 nights. When did our great government shorten the week in to 6 nights .never heard this kind of nonsense in my life (I refused to pay extra) - dutch101
Jan 2012 - $33.00
They are very nice people. They have a pool, but it was to cold to enjoy when we were there. It did look nice. There are many permanent sites. - cjohn
Feb 2011 - $25.00
This is an adult park and approximately 75% are permanent sites but the staff and residents are some of the most friendly and helpful we have found anywhere. There are activities almost every day and a large church service every Sunday plus a jam session Sunday afternoon during season. The streets are all paved and each site has a concrete patio. Almost all head back north in March so not many activities off season. There is a Wal-Mart 5 miles down the road and some great places to eat. We stayed for 2 weeks and cost is the nightly charge for a week. We will be back next year for a month. - sam&laura
Apr 2017 - $14.00
A small addition to a mobile home park just off Hammock Road, the RV section accepts a stay of a minimum 4 months and requires a self contained unit. $400 per month includes electricity. All sites are roomy, face west, and are on level grass with a concrete slab adjacent. It is in a good location 1 mile west of US 27 and 2 miles east of Highlands Hammock State Park and across the street from the town bike path. A very good swimming pool and the clubhouse activities with the pleasant folks who live here in the mobile homes make this a wonderful winter place. A negative for some is the occasionally noisy Circle K service station across the street. - exceltraveler
Sep 2017 - $10.00
Very good, level camp sites, new limestone/shell surface. Good privacy and shade at most sites. Power was steady. Experienced no surges/loss. Dump Station on exit road. Since the hurricane, they did a great job of clean-up. The park is in good shape. Trails are good (6.7, 6, 2.8 and 1/4 mile). Biking is good. Good equestrian trails and camping. The staff are friendly and helpful. Campground bath houses are clean and maintained, as is the day park facility. Spacious day visitor area/playground. Good marina & small camp store. Saw plenty of deer and birds. This is a great day or overnight park. - GDoug
Apr 2017 - $10.00
Stayed one night in a 27 foot motorhome with tow car in site 26. This park is a long way out of the way for a one night stay but I like staying at state parks. Beautiful campground in middle of a shady hammock. Looked out on open forest. Totally dark and quiet at night. Huge site. This is a place to come to and stay a while preferably with a boat! Down the road is a camp store, a boat ramp, a marina and a day use area. Only problem I had was the trails. I travel with my dog and we like hiking preferably on a loop trail. There were no short -- as in a few miles -- trails. Just mega ones. - SoloRed
Jan 2017 - $20.00
We stayed 2 nights at Lake Kissimmee State Park and will definitely do it again as we live fairly close.
We found it to be quite enjoyable; it's off the beaten path, very large (the park itself) and has nice private camp sites with plenty of room. Most sites are compacted crushed shell and sand, very level with plenty of room for a screen room or tent plus chairs and whatever else you bring. They each have a fire ring and picnic table. Some sites (maybe 15 %) have concrete pads (I guess for Handicap access or large rigs). The bathroom/shower facilities are very close no matter what site you have and very clean.
We are bike riders and absolutely loved the hiking trails. There are 2 trails that are each 6+ mile loops with many connector trails. These loops are very well marked and they provide a nice accurate map. The Trails are mostly wide pine forest with few roots and some sandy places but very few places that might require you to get off your bike and walk it. We loved riding them! We saw many deer while out. Also, do check out the Cow Camp, it's a slice of FL history.
On weekends, the lake is awash with Airboats, so you can pretty much constantly hear them roaring in the background, but we found it to be pretty benign, kind of like having a railroad track nearby.
There is no wifi except at the "general store" and cell coverage is very spotty, but for a weekend getaway, that's perfect. - ToddAndMarge
Nov 2016 - $35.00
We have wintered in Florida the past 10 years. When we return this season it will be eight years in Highland Wheel Estates. Our first year we came there because we had long time friends in the park. Our criteria for an RV Park is cost and location. HWE's rates are affordable and ideally located amidst shopping, restaurants, entertainment, etc. The reason we return is because of the many activities provided and the friends we have made here. In fact, we have now purchased a permanent trailer in this same park. - Evangelyn
Jun 2016 - $35.00
A quiet park with some full time residents and snowbirds like us. We have a 42' 5th wheel and is able to accommodate our size. Plenty of planned activities at the park and you are close to other attractions and restaurants. Everyone is very nice and welcoming. The owners are in residence during the busy season. There is planned cookouts and entertainment. All in all we enjoyed our first winter season, felt very welcome and at home and we are anxious to return. - jholman
Nov 2015 - $35.00
We stayed a few nights. This park is OLD and needs updating. Many of the trailers are permanent. Some residents are year round living in both mobile homes and travel trailers.
The photos on their website gallery are deceiving. There is no lake or golf course attached to the park. The photos were not even taken nearby.
There is only one small two position bathroom with a single stall shower for each gender that serves more than 100 camping spots, which are not nearly sufficient for the quantity of people trying to use them.
Most sites are barely large enough to accommodate a single width camper. Some slides encroach on their neighbor's space. All, without exception, concrete patio pads are broken.
WiFi is sufficient for checking email or web surfing. Downloading a photo or streaming video is next to impossible. - R V Camper
Jan 2018 - $40.00
Stayed here four nights. Love the quietness and the fact that your not camping right beside your neighbors sewer hose or any other part of your neighbors site. Plenty of space between sites. Also like the level pavers at the site. Weather was perfect being it's January. I can see that this campground might be more difficult to tolerate in the very hot Florida Summer. Most of the sites I saw had little to no shade but I didn't explore the entire camp either. - Westrv4
Apr 2017 - $32.00
We brought our boys for their first camping trip. Brought our boat as well. Paid $10 a day to leave our boat at the dock. The park staff was very nice and the park was clean and maintained well. 30 and 50 amp available at the spot, water, add well as, septic hookup which was very convenient. They have a store that carries a little bit of everything, a bait shop, beer and burger shack, and a shack for cleaning your daily catches. Would definitely stay there again. - Mitchellfamily
Jun 2015 - $40.00
We have stayed at this campsite a few times with multiple families and though it is a nice clean location I would give it a good rating.
The sites a fairly sized and it has two sections, one area is shaded and one is an open parking lot.
The staff are always friendly and accommodating but we prefer more wooded areas.
The pool is nice and clean and it's quite at night minus the airboats that go down river.
They hold fishing tournaments here and they are always interesting to see. - Senora Frog
Apr 2015 - $14.00
Very nice park. Easy access and comfortable place to camp. - Tazi4cricket
Feb 2015 - $14.00
Nice clean park. Friendly staff. Good value. Stayed one day extra at $28.00. - consmith
Jan 2013 - $15.00
This is the park for the winter if you want good value and an excellent facility. They don't have as many features as some parks but they cost half as much for the winter. Excellent roads and sites. I think this is the quietest park I have ever been in and there is a lot of walking and biking on the roads of the park. They are very helpful and friendly and will help with minor repairs. There are a lot of friendly activities in the evenings and a lot of picking and grinning during the winter. There are several decent golf courses within a few miles. There is a Walmart within a mile and major stores over in Sebring 25 miles away. great place to kick back during the cold up north. - sfceb
Jun 2017 - $30.00
This is a beautifully kept park. The work campers work year round to keep it tried and clean. The residents (yes, residents, because if you camp here you become family and this becomes "home" to most). It is only for Class A's and Fifth Wheels. - vjt
Feb 2017 - $45.00
We stayed here for about 4 weeks. The grounds are beautiful and surrounded by a nice golf course. They have a chef who prepares special meals weekly. Activities include pickleball, all kinds of exercise classes, golf groups, crafts, live music groups and more. The only minus would be the area. There's just not much there as far as sights, restaurants, or shopping. Warm weather, friendly people and facilities make it a nice winter stop. - Cathic
Jan 2017 - $26.00
People were nice but very cliquey. $15 administration fee added to monthly electric bill which wasn't mentioned at time of registration. At time of making reservations asked park if they had billards cause husband enjoyed playing Was told yes, and they played other rv parks in the area. Billards were scheduled on Wednesday evenings, my husband went quite a few times and no one ever showed up. There were no teams, therefore no playing other rv parks. Very disappointed the 2 mo we were there. Will never go back and wouldn't recommend it to anyone, unless they were into golf, golf, golf. - Doglover68