45 Parks near Haines City, Florida
Apr 2012 - $34.00
A slightly upgraded fish camp and trailer park. Grass and weeds not cut routinely during this time of year obviously; not many people here so management doesn't care. Repairs are very slow - if at all; leaking water spigot never did get fixed. Walked around park, and there was a major water leak between cabins flowing out of ground. Office is not manned at all. Dog area is over grown and can't be used unless you have a Great Dane. Looks like more help needed in maintaining this park. Some pads were recently pressure washed looked great; others haven't been cleaned in years. A table is provided, also. Need some kind of management and TLC. - UsnRet
Jan 2012 - $40.00
Very disappointing. All other reviews are misleading. View is great at entrance but park is tired. If you have dogs, avoid this park. Residents have a very stringent pet policy. Dog must either relieve themselves on your site or you can take them by car to the dog walk at campground entrance. You can walk your dog in some other places but it is against policy for the dogs to relieve themselves. Yeah, right!!! If reserving site, do NOT provide credit card information. They do not accept credit cards. Also, bring your red ant treatments. People are friendly here but this is not a park for short timers. - ljs2114
Jan 2012 - $16.00
Our third visit: time for a review. An extremely quiet, very peaceful place. Staying 2 months instead of 2 weeks this time. Our monthly rate is $475 (cash or check, no credit cards I think). The monthly rate divided by 30 days, explains the $16 nightly rate listed above. Good easy roads coming in, good tree clearance, had some large 90degrees curves but no problems even with a 37ft MH plus Jeep toad. Great security gate closes after hours, has buzzers to staff for visitors and individual codes for entry. Did have to back in to our space, but no problem. Nice level sites, good power, water, and sewer hookup. Picnic table and concrete patio with most. Decent looking and very clean showerhouse / laundry too. Both our phones (Verizon and ATT) work very well here. Satellite TV works well, we have an 'open' site with no obstructions and using fixed dish atop coach, no problems. Due to location (between Orlando and Tampa), we get dozens of channels via digital antenna in addition to DirectTV. I think they have Wi-Fi now, we have our own Mi-Fi so not sure. VERY friendly people, close-knit golf-cart community! Lots of social activities in the two clubhouses (pool tables, games, dinners, dances, even a live music show this week). Most here are 1/2 year, senior snowbirds, no kids except for a few visitors. Long-term residents association, is a plus for all. Has a good working relationship with the owners, no problems here. 1100 acre Lake Lowery is wonderful. Beautiful to view and great to fish! Has a sheltered canal, keep your boat in the water 24/7, for free!!! Only thing that could be considered missing is a pool (but we're snowbirds, so, so what) and an exercise / workout room. But this place is a senior park so neither is really needed I guess. So it's not on the ocean, but it's on a real pretty lake you can fish and keep a boat plus dozens of golf courses nearby. A real Florida jewel, great spot to winter and not outrageously expensive. - TheGrandMan
Mar 2016 - $21.00
This park is primarily filled with snow birds who either own or rent park models, some of which are well worn. Folks there were friendly and there were plenty of planned activities, but definitely an older crowd. It was a safe environment and the few spaces that were rented out for rv's were grass/sand with a small but adequate slab and a picnic table. We were placed into slot 39 and all was well until we got ready to leave. After receiving some heavy rain during our stay, when we tried to leave the truck tires sank quickly into the sand. One of the neighbors came to help and stated that site 39 is particularly notorious for getting people stuck. No problem, the office send a front end loader and chained to our truck to pull us out. All in all not a bad experience and we could and would stay there again. The place just needs a little TLC to make it a great place to stay. - the Fishers
Feb 2016 - $25.00
We stayed here one month, thus the rate is a monthly rate and included utilities. We were pleasantly surprised at how well kept this park was. It is mostly permanent residents with very old trailers, but there are a few RV sites. There were lots of activities and the residents were very friendly. Many permanent sites are for sale as they have just been purchased by a company who is almost doubling their rent. We also found out the site we were in will only be available on a weekly basis next year and the prices were double what we paid. We were visiting friends in the Kissimmee area and this was a perfect location that was away from Orlando/Kissimmee traffic. There is still a lot of traffic and there also is an Amtrak train that runs through in the night. All utilities worked really well including the WIFI. Roads are narrow and take a lot of maneuvering to get into. Ours just happened to be a straight pull in site as you come in the park so wonderful location. - jacknpeg
Jun 2015 - $19.00
Great experience. Easy to find. Didn't pre-book. Lovely friendly helpful staff. Gave us the Summer rate, 24hr free Wi Fi, bit slow but adequate. Very quiet. Almost empty in June as Snow Birds have gone home. We stayed 2 nights and would stay here again. Sites are long and level. - Kings USA Travels
Dec 2011 - $20.00
The mobile home park is a 55+ community, but the RV part allows younger adults and children. They have a heated pool, a small hot tub, laundry and shuffleboard. The restrooms and laundry were clean and had ample Hot water. The spot we stayed in was very small side-to-side, approx 15' wide, but since we were only here to visit my father, it didn't bother us, although I think we upset some of the other RV owners as they use this site and the 1 next to it as a driveway. My father says that they are trying to improve the RV sites. Rate reflects passport price. Hopefully next year when we come back, they will have them done. - sandimal
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
Apr 2015 - $38.00
Older park but a lot of upgrades and improvements going on. Lots of nature, birds, gators and turtles. Our site was large and had a nice view of a pond. 40' RV fit fine. Office was very pleasant. - Racer1
Feb 2012 - $32.00
We have camped here several times and have always enjoyed the friendly campers and nice heated pool. We thought that the rest of the park would improve with the new ownership, but it has not happened. Still old park models, little grass, dead plants, buildings in marginal repair. Ponds have dried up, concrete cracked and crumbling on roads. Picnic table was unusable. Things seemed to be happening at the rec. hall, but we were never given a calendar of events, nor was one evident anywhere. Prices have increased, with no extra services. Office staff not very friendly. Probably will not be returning. - Vernadene
Feb 2016 - $36.00
This an older park that is well maintained. Site were a bit close, we were unable to put our awning out, but we were in the overnight sites and the other sites look larger. Be careful some of the turns are tight put if you watch what you're doing not a problem. Power was good, water was 42psi, Wi-Fi was good. No cable but we got 88 air channels. The real positive thing is the owner goes out of his way to give you a warm friendly welcome. I marked this campground up one just because of him. - Traveler II
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
Jan 2015 - $25.00
Older Florida park that is about 90% park models and mobile homes. Very few sites for short term or seasonal RV. Sites are very close together. Roads are very narrow, tight turns, very low wires. Not much room to walk pets. Had problems with management in regards to site assignment and price quoted. Would not stay here again. - travelswithpuppies
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
Jun 2012 - $22.00
We spent one week here. This is really not an "overnight" park and you could have a wonderful stay..but.. There are two worlds here. (1)This is an older RV park that they are selling lots off in for park models or owner sights $29,000 each. There were only 7 rental sights available and they were all located between park models and to small for our 45' bus. (2) There is a A class motor home only section that lot owners rent lots from when they are absent. These lots are wonderful, double wide, 90 ft. well landscaped and many on the water (sell for $69,000). We paid $150. for 1 week electricity included. Park is as advertised, golf course and all. If you call ask for the head park ranger who works from 6AM until 2PM she knows which owner lots are available for rent. Otherwise you will have the sales office who will try to sell you a lot. - fulltimer 2
Feb 2009 - $30.00
Of all the questions I answered above they do offer, but it is not big rig friendly The way they advertised it sounded so great and it looks like a dump with many pernament people here. We are on a corner lot and very close to the road and people come very close to our RV and car. We had to ask one of the host to move their golfcart so we could put our slides out. I would never stay here again. - vella
Jun 2016 - $35.00
The managers were very friendly and helpful. Large park, with a number of permanent residents, but very well kept. We stayed here for 4 nights mid June 2016. Cost was $35.00 a night with Good Sam discount. Site was a little wider than normal, and long enough for our 37-foot RV and tow-dolly. There are at least 3 bathhouse buildings, so you are close no matter where you are in the park. The one I went into was very clean. Pool was nice and clean, and they also offer shuffleboard, bocce balls, basketball, mini-golf and a playground area, plus a fenced dog park. WiFi was good, we don't use cable or satellite so can't comment. Laundry on site but didn't use it. - BarrettsHappyTrails
Aug 2015 - $34.00
Manager gave us a shady spot which helped keep our RV cooler during a very hot August in Florida. A Walmart Supercenter right behind (in walking distance) came in handy to finish off stocking up our trailer before a 2 week trip. We liked this campground a lot. Would definitely stay again if in the area. - sandybeachcomber
Dec 2014 - $35.00
We stayed for two weeks while visiting friends in the area. Sites were level and gravel. All services worked well and cable TV and wifi was included. While the pool was not large and there was only one activity building the residents were friendly and helpful even though we were only there for a short stay. We had no problem getting a site in late November/December they were heavily booked for the first three months in 2015. We celebrated Thanksgiving while there, the park provided turkey and ham while the attendees supplied the sides. It was an excellent meal and a very enjoyable thanksgiving. - Billb1
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