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27 RV Parks near Holly Hill, Florida
We did however find 27 campgrounds within 25 miles of Holly Hill. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Holly Hill in the left hand column.
Sites: 150 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 4 Reviews
Mar 2017 - $65.00
You get no help getting to site, they have no idea what to do or care to help. Stayed here during bike week. Have to leave area to front side of complex to enter. No visitors without outrageous fees. Wanted to have parts for broken trailer delivered but was not allowed, had to bring 6' fender in on a m/c. .brought a friends bike and I had to deliver and pick up at gate,same with luggage. - Win21llc
Mar 2017 - $50.00
Here for Ricky Carmichael Supermotocross. Poor check in- 2 hour wait in line for check in. No line for prepaid customers. No map of location of facilities- bathrooms, bike wash station, shuttle pick up, pit area for racers, etc. Ask security people and they tell you to go to information booth. Where? Grass area and tarvia to park RV on. Decent sites, not all are level. Grass sites are all along main traffic route. No dump station on site. Overall decent experience but could be more organized. Bring pit bike or golf cart to get around. - Maur
Nov 2012 - $60.00
We stayed during the Good Sam Rally, so can't say what the actual cost of site was. It was included with tickets and shows. Surprised to get water, huge cable and 50 amp electric. Bring an adapter if you need 30 amp. No sewer. Sites only 20x40 so it's pretty tight for awnings and slides. All in all it's not bad. You are there for some kind of event and not at the rig much anyway. Everything was a huge walk. Just enough open grass to walk the dogs. Arrived with tanks empty so did not use the facilities. They sure were busy though. - Libby
Mar 2017 - $74.00
Very very tight sites and manouvering. Water hookups universally difficult to find and access. Vending machine not tended. Incredible water views and access. Great front desk. Very friendly group in campground. Easy access to community services. Stayed here twice. Inveniences worth the bother. - Maine Divers
Feb 2016 - $105.00
This RV park is small, with some short-, some medium-length sites, no pull-throughs. Site 6 is for 25-footer or shorter. Hookups are good but the water faucets for the 3 spaces by mine were consolidated into the middle space... meaning, you'd better have a long hose for water! We also had to use our 90-degree connector since the spouts were so close to the ground. Sewer port was on the opposite side from normal, so needed to use my sewer hose extension. This is an all-sand park inasmuch as it's just an extension of the beach itself... yes, the beach is _right_ _there_, which is likely the reason the sites were $105 per night. But we enjoyed having it just a few steps away. So, being sandy, the sites weren't level and it took a bit of work to get our RV close to level. No cable TV and over-the-air stations weren't easy to get. The restroom/showers were in fair shape and mostly clean, and were configured like a public restroom with stalls. They had WiFi and some nights were good -- twice we were able to stream video -- others not so good. Most of the time it was good for email/FB. Dumpsters were not in the RV area, but halfway to the lobby (not far). RV site renters have full access to all the hotel amenities, too, and the pool was awesome... really enjoyed it. They loan out pool towels in the hotel lobby. The hotel/office personnel were all extremely friendly. By the stairs to the beach there is a single picnic table and a grill, so they are available to anyone. Pets are okay in the park, but no animals on the beach. The beach was fantastic, partly coral-colored and just the right firmness for easy walking and biking, and we enjoyed it every day. Overall, everything was good but unless you *have* to be on the beach, the value is very poor. We would probably stay here again if we had to be in the area. - RobtL
Apr 2015 - $72.00
It's on the beach. If you want sand, sun, and ocean this works. Site was very uneven and couldn't level with jacks. Some motor homes were well off their wheels to try to level. Restrooms were not private. No place to hang clothes, towel or to put soap and shampoo. I gave it a poor rating mostly because we were across from an over flowing dumpster and the shower situation. Didn't check the laundry. You must check in at the hotel and our coach would not fit in the entry so we parked in the RV park and walked back to hotel to check in. - beach walker
Mar 2017 - $99.00
They charge $99.00/night during Bike week. What a rip off. The sites are big & that is the ONLY thing that this dump has going for it. Office hours are very limited & not even staffed then. Zero amenities. I would not recommend this place to anyone. We only stay here because of friends who are here but we won't we back. Don't plan on any amenities or activities. On a divided road not always convenient to navigate in a RV with a tow vehicle behind. Office staff was friendly. Heard owner yelling at someone on the phone. - Kehtipp
Aug 2016 - $49.00
the campground is really going down hill. the bathrooms and showers are a disgrace. There is mold everywhere, trim falling off, it's really disgusting. They ONLY thing this park has going for it, is the big spots. The owner needs to stop hoarding all of the money he charges for special events, and put it back in the campground. There is nothing there, but open grassy spots....He will loose our business if he doesn't do something about cleaning up/adding more showers, and adding some life to the campground... - Florida lover
Jul 2015 - $40.00
This is among the bad RV parks we have stayed. No gardens, No Pool, Bath house was dirty and looked like it has not been cleaned in over a week. The grass was so tall it had gone to seed. The ant were plentiful. And the worker could care less. I can say my dogs did not get fleas. ( which I was very worried about) There are several better campground around. I will not stay here again!!!
I can not believe that they charge $44.00 a night for this place. We only stayed, because it was close to the Hilton Hotel and beach. We spent a week with our grandchildren. We know we only need a place to sleep, we would be gone all day. It was adequate for our needs. It did have long pull through sites as we tow a 24' trailer with us. - Honeybear & Sugarbear
Apr 2018 - $43.00
Very friendly park. Next to a train track, but with an a/c running it doesn't bother you enough to worry you. Near good restaurants and bars and close enough to Daytona to enjoy without having to pay the high prices. No pool so not many kids, which is a big plus! - Randy S
Feb 2017 - $60.00
We made reservations in advance and were told there was only one spot left. Unfortunately we paid for 3 nights up front (it was a holiday weekend) and there is no refund. We only lasted one night and would have left even sooner if we could have found another spot to stay. The campground is on busy Route 1 and a little tough to find even with a GPS. We were told that we were being put in a "temporary" spot and could move the next day when another rig left. The spot we were put in was in front of someone else's trailer. The campground is small with one road (driveway in) and one out. The driveway out was actually blocked with two RVs so that there really was only one exit. Several RVs were double parked such that the RV behind could not get out. I do not know what would have happened if there was a fire or some emergency as many people could not exit easily. The worst part of our stay was that a train runs right in back of the sites many times during the day / night. It is a large train that screeches and honks the horn several times each trip. Literally it was about 10 feet away from the back of our site. I wish we had known about this in advance as the reviews were quite good. The restrooms were clean. - Cape Cod kayaker
Aug 2016 - $20.00
We stayed here on a monthly basis for contract work. Our rate was around 500/month excluding electricity.
Immediately greeted by the owner upon arrival. I had to back into my space, and I do believe it was the tightest space in the park. But the owner was right there beside me, telling me exactly where and how far to turn my wheels to get properly set up.
There are some concrete pads mixed in with grass spots. Ours was grass, but was so level, I did not have to jack up either side of our camper.
I really have nothing bad to say about this place...it is a hidden jewel and I am so glad we found it. It is beside the Iron Horse Saloon frequented by bikers, but we hardly knew they were there.
This park is small and quiet. If you like quiet and no kids, this is the place for you. - Traveling Man 49
Mar 2017 - $58.00
Very few sites have shade. Most are grass, some gravel. Our picnic table was on the hook-up side of the unit. Some sites had broken-up concrete patios. Campground is old and has not been kept up. WiFi was weak, even though we were next to the tower. Way overpriced for what you get. - ta96silver
Feb 2017 - $44.00
Staff was friendly and helpful. The sites are very oddly laid out and many rigs are parked at different angles to each other but at least they help you to your site or you wouldn't know how to park. They even had us drive through other sites to get to our site. The concrete pads are in bad shape and not where they should be to be useful. The premium sites have fresh gravel and are decent. The regular sites are dirt/sand/grass. Wifi worked sometimes but not dependable. Verizon hotspot worked fine. Good cable TV. Decent laundry room. Didn't use the restrooms. Some grass for dog walking. The biggest downside is the traffic. It is loud and lots of it. But it is close to the Speedway and Flea Market. Ok for a couple of days but we probably wouldn't stay here again. - thekites
Jan 2017 - $57.00
Stayed on one of their large pull throughs. Staff very efficient and friendly. Wi-fi good. Cable very good. Many long-term campers with sites less than well kept. Maneuvering difficult with large coach and a tow vehicle. Bathroom small, but clean. Very convenient to I-95. Good for overnight stay. Site large gravel composition. - EdGuru
Jun 2018 - $85.00
Convenient RV park just minutes from the racetrack and a few more minutes from the beach. Good wifi and other amenities as you would expect. The park is large, but the feel is small. We stayed in a pull through site that is made to handle two RVs that are under ~40 feet. We were unfortunately charged $85/night to take up the entire site where it is $45/night if you are a couple of feet shorter. We will be back to this area, but will stay at a different park due to the cost. See our full review and pictures at our blog at thegilliamsisland. - Gary Gilliam
Mar 2018 - $45.00
A large RV park right at the edge of the city on International Speedway Blvd. in Daytona and about 2 miles from the race track. It was Daytona Bike week and so they didn't have any vacancy so we opted for their overflow boondocking area. It's a large grassy field on the back side of the lake at the back of the RV Park. It is $22 a night, per person for boondocking during Bike Week. We really enjoyed it...even thow there were approx. 30-40 other people out there in small groups it was so spread out that there was a lot of space and privacy with nice views of the lake. There weren't any hours for the generators but due to the really large area, that wasn't an issue. We stayed there a week. It was at the back of their RV park but very easy to navigate through their park with my 42' 5th wheel and long bed crew cab truck. - JCZ
Jul 2017 - $30.00
Good location and close to all the restaurant chains. Bahama Breeze had good specials. Had nice pull thru and little shade. Pool could sure use a shady spot. Not much going on in town so it was very quite. Wifi was useless and would drop me after 5 minutes. - Libby
Aug 2017 - $41.00
We pulled in late and they greeted us nicely. Filled out the paperwork only to find out after they don't accept "AGGRESSIVE BREEDS" Not aggressive dogs. Aggressive breeds, which is at the managements discretion. They did allow us to stay but only because we came late and it was for one night and that was after 20 questions and statement and offer of proof that my mastiff is a service dog. We were escorted to our site and were helped with backing our camper in. The sites were level and on grass but definitely tight if the sites next to us were full. You do have to specify that you want a full hook up, as not all sites are. There are not many trees. Not all sites have picnic tables. There are a lot of long termers in the rear of the park. Some sites are concrete surrounded by grass. Grass was nice and kept well trimmed. - Natacha83
Mar 2017 - $37.00
Stayed one nite in water/electric only site close to park office/pool etc. Site was level and large back in with good water/electric and excellent cable and internet service. Restrooms were spotless and he site was nicely shaded UNLIKE most of the part which is in full sun. Near all amenities & attractions in the area. Walk to pizza/italian and brew pub. Excellent value in a well kept park. - Camaraderie
Feb 2017 - $45.00
Only rated average due to layout of the park, sites stacked up like cord wood. Our neighbors both smoked heavily, sitting at their patio which was directly below our windows, had to close windows in upper 70's heat. Clean toilets/showers, clean pool (unheated), nice laundry room. Happy their rates were not north of $60+, as are a lot of KOA's. - rvrrat520
Nov 2018 - $65.00
Clean park. Nice people. Easy to navigate and drive to off interstate. WIFI weak. Two nights and never got it. I’d stay again. - C and L
Mar 2018 - $24.00
We stayed her for 5 months and could not have been better, met a lot of great people and fantastic staff. The park is in a great location and handy to everything, again it's a great place. - frank1340
Jan 2018 - $53.00
An older campground in excellent shape. Very nice baths and laundry. WiFi barely usable. Sites are narrow with minimal space for cars. Grassy sites mean you track stuff into your RV. The Tomoka Brewery is close and excellent. Close to New Smyrna. Overall a nice place to stay. Paved roads means low dust. - AvalonDF41
Aug 2018 - $34.00
We used this park for an overnight stay. Park road is tight but we saw no issues with overhead branches. Our sight was loose sand and had a challenge getting level. Plenty of vegetation between sites. Narrow road presents a challenge to back in a trailer, but doable if experienced. I would stay here again. - taplep
Feb 2018 - $27.00
The Park Rangers are very friendly and helpful. The park does allow walk-ups. There are 3 restrooms, two have laundry facilities and appeared to have been remodeled so they are a little nicer but all were clean. No laundry items at the area but can be purchased at the camp store/outpost. Sites along the Old Dixie Hwy get a lot more road noise. Camped in a Class B so had no problems with size of the site. - PeaceMobile
Feb 2018 - $28.00
This park is in a rural area. The sites are sand so be prepared for a sandy mess. It rained really hard and there were huge puddles on the roads. We were on a motorcycle when a park worker went flying by and splashed us and laughed. The restrooms were very clean. There was no room for our towed trailer at the site. - Red dog mom