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23 RV Parks near Indiantown, Florida
We did however find 23 campgrounds within 25 miles of Indiantown. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Indiantown in the left hand column.
Aug 2018 - $15.00
Small COE campground next to the St. Lucie locks. Spacious sites with concrete pads. No sewer but convenient dump station. Close to I95 - we use it for an en route overnight stop, usually. Few activities. - Donauw
Jul 2017 - $15.00
Electric danger!! Upon arrival our electric surge protector indicated an "Open Ground" at the pedestal. We called the office and were told that an electrician would be around "tomorrow". I walked to the office. Same answer. I talked to a Ranger. Same answer. I explained to all-- the extreme dangers from open grounds (rv damage, fire, electrocution, etc). No help. We left and had to travel 40 miles to another campground. They refunded 50%. Pathetic response to a problem that can, and has, killed people. - flrvers466
Nov 2016 - $15.00
Being a boat lover this is a perfect place for me. This has been the ONLY lock I have been able to see actually work; what an experience... worth the price of admission just to be able to see the boats go through the lock. There is a well equipped playground, a boat ramp and even loaner life jackets. The bathhouse was spotless, and the shower was huge with plenty of hot water. The grounds are well kept, there is firewood and a big gopher tortoise . It is so peaceful next to the river, beautiful view of the river and trees, watching the boats go by and the fish jump. The only down sides were the fire ants, and no sewer hook-up. We will look forward to staying here again whenever we can. - Grayhound
Apr 2016 - $25.00
We stayed here at this county park for an overnight in January and for 3 weeks in March. The manager gentleman was extremely helpful to us. There are only a few 50 amp sites. We thought we'd be fine with 30 amps but during the first overnight we realized that we weren't going to be able to use the microwave at the same time as the satellite tv, for example. Since we had reserved another 3 weeks, we were a little concerned. We mentioned it to the manager and he said there was a Y-plug splitter that would plug into both 30 amp outlets on the electric pole, theoretically giving us 60 amps of power. We bought the Y-plug and we had full use of all of the electrical components in our coach. That tip was a life saver. Thanks!
The park was quiet and it was a plus to watch the boats traverse the river beside the campground and then go through the lock which is operated by the Corps of Engineers. Great COE campground there as well.
The showers and bathrooms were clean and were never busy. Two small negatives: no sewer hookup and only one washer and dryer in the laundry room. The manager takes good care of the park and he does a fine job with security in the park. We will happily return here when in the area. - Cape Cod Mama
Nov 2015 - $25.00
This is a beautiful county park that is not well-marked but worth coming to. It's close to I-95 but far enough away that noise is minimal. There are some sites with water and 30 amp electric but far more dry sites. The nicest sites, which are on the bank above the river, have the hookups but dumping is at the dump station. The grass was all well mowed, the park was extremely clean and there is lots of open space between the sites. I would have rated this park at an 8 or 9 if the check-in was better. There is no one at the check-in station but there is a sign giving you a number to call if it's before 5PM. I called before 5PM but got a recording telling me to go to the website. Okay, went to the website. Had to register in the website (name, address, etc.) then attempt to register for the site. It is IMPOSSIBLE to register. The site I was in (6) didn't even appear on the site map. I tried all different combinations and never registered. Finally sent an irate email to the "contact us" icon. Nothing. Later the park manager arrived and accused of not paying but later apologized after he saw I tried to register. He stated the website had been broken for 8 years and all his staff (volunteers) had been let-go by the county. I will stay here again but with the knowledge that the check-in will be difficult. - fruffiii
Jul 2014 - $23.00
This is a beautiful park, along a river, with lots of palm trees. Most of the trees do not provide much shade for campers (location #1 is best for shade). Lots of lush, green grass. There were few other campers here, and I liked the privacy! I went for long, scenic walks with the dogs, with nobody worrying about if I picked up after my dogs! There is a very clean bath house with clean restrooms. In the same building is a laundry mat. There are lots of through the air TV channels. There is no WiFi (my hotspot works fine), and there are plenty of mosquitoes at night, but a little spray solved that. The management is very friendly, but firm about dogs being on a leash. They are watchful, and noticed that my water hose was leaking. They do a good job of maintaining the grounds. There are lots of picnic tables and a playground for kids. I will definitely return if I get a chance. - SkipperGas
May 2016 - $33.00
If coming from the north be very aware of their sign. I missed it and drove 5 miles before a turn around. Very well kept location. Office staff very nice and helpful. Passport only accepted for 3 days or would have stayed longer.
$66.00 a night in Okeechobee in the summer is really over the top. Large site with pavers and fishing in the rim ditch. WPB on the antenna and clear for a satellite. Large open area for the dog. Mostly quite even with the highway so close. An enjoyable location. - Libby
Mar 2016 - $45.00
We were at this very quaint campground for several days. We understood that a bank has taken over this campground and is not putting any money into it so it could change relatively quickly. It was not in bad shape while we were there. The river at the back of the campground has a beautiful tiki hut large enough for the whole campground.
We really didn't see the staff other than check in even though she lives on site.
There is no cable here and the local channels hardly work at all so you will need satellite. We had ATT service which didn't work except in some very specific spots in the campground.
The WiFi also was spotty.
Not much in the area unless you fish.
Probably wouldn't stay again. - John Borajkiewicz
Feb 2016 - $28.00
Because this is our 1st year snow birding, our early and prior reserving where we originally wanted to be was unsuccessful. So for the month of February, we started calling around the state desperately seeking a place to stay so we wouldn't have to go back to the awful cold and snow.
We happened on this rv park via the 2016 RV Travel & Savings Guide. I called and was greeted by a very friendly manager that was accommodating. The park is security gated and we were given a remote to get back in when we left the community. The park itself is small but beautiful. Our site was quite roomy with beautiful pavers and palm trees and shrubs between us and our neighbors. Pets are welcome and need to be on leashes. The sounds of traffic on the highway right next to the park are loud but only certain times of the day. Every day there was a social hour right before sunset in the large and beautiful Chickee hut...everyone was welcome. While we were there we celebrated Super Bowl Sunday in the Clubhouse/office with the others at the park. We also had a campfire wiener roast that everyone attended. They were both enjoyable with food pitch-ins by the residents and the managers provided the meats. Our rent did not include electricity but the average daily rate even with the additional electric was only $27.50. The water was a light rusty color but didn't seem to have an odor. We drank and used bottled water. There is no laundry facility and the closest and best one was about 6 miles away. Grocery stores are 10-12 miles away. The pool is clean and beautiful but not heated. However, we did sun ourselves there. The clubhouse is roomy and very nicely decorated. We were given a pass code to get in to use it if we wanted. We had no service with our telephones 99% of the time with AT&T and Wifi was sparse. The overall experience was enjoyable. If you love fishing this is the park to be in. It sits on the canal surrounding Lake Okeechobee and has a boat launch for the residents. - Lovingretirement16
Jan 2018 - $34.00
We stayed for 3 months - January thru March 2018 on monthly rate of $1025. Have read reviews that were previous to our stay and found none of these problems. The people who run the campground are very kind and work very hard to make your stay a pleasant one. They went far beyond what they were required to do to make our stay a memorable one. The camping areas are either rock or concrete. Many of the concrete areas have been repaired or in the process. Cannot say enough for the campers themselves. Our family had a medical crisis and felt as though we had been blessed with another extended family. We didn't worry about our dog as another camper took care of him. The area we camped in was like a big happy family. We enjoyed campfires, games, social events and happy hours with these people. These people have truly become a part of our lives. We are looking forward to another winter January thru March at this resort. Check out this resort. I think you will love it! - 3BAERS
Jul 2017 - $50.00
All around horrible. Pads dirty with algae and mold. Water had a horrible odor and turns white clothes yellow unless you have multi filters
I will not recommend this park. The manager on site has horrible people skills and needs a class on business etiquette. - Worst experience ever
Apr 2015 - $27.00
Rate is based on the monthly rate. First, the good. We found the campground to be clean and well maintained. Owners and staff were very accommodating. Most sites are either back-in or pull-in. In most cases, you do not have your neighbor's sewer beside your front door. Spaces are wide in that there is a lot of space between your front door and the front door of your neighbor. Most of the park has concrete pads. Now the bad. We had a back in-site on the back row. Unless you have a roof mount satellite dish, finding a spot for your dish is difficult. The water here is awful, with lots of iron and an odor. We put Iron Out in our softener and back washed it weekly. We managed not to ruin any clothing in our washer. The water is tolerable for bathing, but it leaves an odor on your skin and dishes. We use Clorox in our dish water so that took care of dish odor. Power here was very weak. During the afternoons when A/C usage went up, we had to turn off our A/C units in order to use the microwave. There was one power outage in the park lasting about 6 hours on a 95 degree afternoon. It was not the fault of the owners, but we were fortunate to be home so we could get our pets out. Like other reviewers stated, many of the concrete pads are broken and deteriorating badly. Newer sites in the campground are gravel and very short. Barely big enough for a 40' RV. Also, many of the units there belong to permanent residents with all kinds of clutter around and under their units. If you are visiting Jupiter, this is the only game in town. In the future we will most likely not stay here. - Charlie C
Feb 2014 - $25.00
This is mainly a MHP with a few sites attached to the back. If you have a big rig, Do Not expect to get in here without incident. We had to move several railroad ties quite a distance to get my 38' RV in the RV section. Took about an hour to park in the narrow spot. Most of the roads are very narrow. I imagine if you have a smaller rig, it's fine. Management is very nice, but Corporate pulls the strings, and doesn't spend any money. The people we met here are very nice. OK if you're looking for a place to stay while working. No amenities (pools, etc.). The new clubhouse is nice but very small. Water pressure comes and goes. We won't come back (assuming we can get OUT of here). - melissabrvs
Jan 2010 - $36.00
The rec room is presently closed for remodeling. Nice laundry room with new machines. Small friendly quite park with a mixture of retirees and working individuals. We are staying monthly at under $500 which includes full hookups and cable. There a few over night sites but call first since the office closes at 5PM and on the weekends. - Hob
Sites: 115 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 11 Reviews
Mar 2018 - $12.00
3rd winter here. This is the only one with a view of the lake. There is one on Torry island inside the levee but with 600 campers and tall grass they can't see the lake :( Most GPS will take you to the center of town, 190 N. Lake is actually up over the levee to the lake and left. BTW the address on the office says 90, someday they will put the 1 back up. Cheaper to pay for a month. The grounds keeping is done by Public Works, another truck for the baths. You will see them all coming in to check their systems plus Fish & Game checking the fishermen's catch and the Palm Beach police tend to take their breaks here. New this year is 12 hour night security and there are 3 doggy waste stations, each is across from a bath. One of the reasons for that night security is there has been some petty theft of unlocked items, a few bikes, fishing gear, a ministers wallet from his unlocked car, my solar lights and a flag I put on the site so late arrivals wouldn't think the site was available when we were off exploring. Unlike most Florida campgrounds there are no perment campers here. I think the limit is 11 months. All 118 campsites are lakefront. Across the road from your site is a grass covered levee so there is plenty of maneuvering room except sites 21 and 22 across from the dump station. If your neighbors are angled in to better watch the sunset you'll need to also. All sites are close to level and hard packed. If you need to put in tent stakes you should ask for a site with somethings to tie onto like a tree, pole, table or fireplug. - LatitudeAdjustment
Mar 2017 - $35.00
This is the only campground on the lake other than Bella Glade where the grass is too high to see the lake. All of the others are on the backside of the dike. The main attraction here is sunset scoring, gator and manatee counting. This was our 2nd visit here, 2 months in 2016, 3 months in 2017 and we have made reservations for 2018. All sites are lakefront with plenty of manuvering room except 21 and 22 that are across from dump station which I have never seen anyone use. This is a quiet campground for snowbirds, retires, fishermen and locals who come for the weekends. There is no playground on site for kids. There is a small one in town next to the library. The pool is not heated but stayed in the mid 70's all winter. The campground is run by the city and it's their public works department that does an excellent job keeping it clean and mowed. There are some reviews that call the town scary, it is poor but I walk to the post office a few times a week, barber shop, Save-a-Lot and the dollar stores and never worried. I wouldn't walk into town at night but the locals you meet there, the fishing breakwater and picnic area are friendly. The towns problems don't spill over into the campground maybe because this is where a lot of Palm Beach County police take their breaks and patrols come thru 4-6 times a day. The police boat is kept here also. Shopping is limited in town but I run into West Palm to dive a few times a week and hit Publix and BJ's while there. The only down side this year is the Tiki Bar was closed but a new owner is coming. There is a propane truck that comes thru usually on Tuesday and Thursday. Daily rate is $35, I think tent sites are $25 but you are better off renting by the month. $240 plus tax, bed fee, water and metered electric will be about $350 The office is closed Sunday, Tuesday and Holidays. There is supposably free Wi-Fi but usually you can only get it at the office, the repeaters on the bathrooms don't seem to be working. - LatitudeAdjustment
Feb 2016 - $30.00
This park was in a beautiful spot with RV looking out on Lake Okeechobee but is a place I will never return to. Hats off to the young lady who was looking after the park as she was above & beyond in kindness and understanding! The area itself is very frightening and seems to be struggling with incredible poverty and high crime rates. Not a safe feeling when you go through the town or away from your RV. Booked for 1 month, stayed 5 nights. - Carol-Ann
Mar 2018 - $75.00
We have stayed at this resort many times over the last few years. We love the location, close the the beaches, shopping a wonderful park nearby. As of our most recent stay their pool and other planned ammenties were still not open and available for use. However, once they are it will be a great place. The sites are plenty big and have a beautiful view of the pond. The service is always on par. - These Itchy Feet - gottakeepmoving
Dec 2017 - $50.00
This is an owners park but it was so new only half the park was open and only a few lots were sold. It is a reasonable park with all sites either lake front or lake view. There is not much around but we managed to enjoy our few days stay. There were very fair with us but allowing us to retain our coupon for a future stay and charging us only 50% of their normal rate. The rate they charged us is what we thought was reasonable for the area and the amenities they will eventually have. Would go back as a cross through to another location. - FT Travelers3
Mar 2016 - $15.00
This park should be closed by the health department. Permanent campers drain waste water right on the ground. The laundry backs up the water pipes and over flows if too many people try to wash clothes. The old fashioned septic tank is not able to handle all the waste water that this park makes. Waste water goes on the ground and overflows. This place is just nasty. At least you can just walk across the street to get booze and gas. - campground survey
Feb 2018 - $30.00
This place was one of the most disgusting RV parks we have seen. Pool was murky and restrooms we're dirty. We did not stay. We did a tour of the place with a very rude woman and saw prices we're way to high for what they have to offer. Pads were small there was no way we could fit or manuver the tight turns. - Shannonw_00
Apr 2016 - $21.00
This was our 3rd winter at Gracious and we will be back next winter. We stay from November though March. We have looked all over the area, and this is the only RV Park in Okeechobee for us. The park is located on the Rim Canal of Lake Okeechobee with lake access.
Love the management team. We have made great new friends that come back every year, potluck dinners every other week, bingo every week, many of us play cards on week nights. On site boat ramp, boat docks, pool, onsite coin laundry and free Wi-Fi. Hope to see you next winter. - Bounder Life
Oct 2015 - $12.00
This park needs another entrance/exit as it would be easier getting a 40' coach in then out. The turns were okay on the way to our site. When leaving we had to take the same route back to the gate and got caught on a turn that had us inches from buildings on two opposite corners as we squeezed through. Unless they make another way in and out we just can't do that again. - campground survey
Feb 2018 - $17.00
As stated in the pre ious reviews, the lots must be rented from the owners, not the office. We stayed for 2 months this winter. We found the park to be very quiet, and full of very friendly residences. There are a lot of activities that go on. You are close to town for shopping. The street we were on was a bit narrow and it took a bit of wiggling to get in and out, but not impossible. We enjoyed our stay and will return next year. - esta34950
Nov 2014 - $18.00
Currently spending the winter season of 2014-2015 here. Park is mostly permanent sites. Office does not rent sites. Sites must be rented direct from a owner. Office will provide list of site renters. Very neat and all sites paved. Many activities. - User3629
Feb 2011 - $17.00
This is not a campground or an RV park. It is a 55+ retirement community that consists of about 700 individually owned sites. Most of these sites contain modular homes, park models, or RVs that are permanently parked with attached screened rooms or other additions. I estimate that less than 100 sites are vacant and only 45 of these are listed as available for rent. Each available site is rented by its owner and the price is negotiated through them. All sites have electric meters and electricity may be paid by either the landlord or the renter. I paid $500 a month and electricity was included. Information about the available sites on the park’s website (http://aoaks.net/id17.html) contains the site number, owner’s name, phone number, and maybe an email address. No other information is given. This makes shopping around for the best price difficult as each owner must be contacted about the price and whether electricity is included. The park is well-maintained with nicely manicured lawns. The streets are paved with concrete or asphalt and in good condition. Each empty site has cable TV and a large concrete pad which is angled for easier access, although some of the streets are one-way single lane and a carport across the street can make it difficult to maneuver a large RV into a site. The park is gated which provides some security, and access through the gate is provided via a magnetic card that is issued at the office after a $25 refundable deposit. There is nice pool and a large clubhouse that hosts various activities. Wi-Fi is available at the clubhouse. Verizon cell phone service is very poor – the signal fades in and out. I am able to use an external antenna with my air card so I had a decent Internet connection. There are about 5 bath houses throughout the park and each one contains a small laundry (2 washers, 2 dryers) and there are two larger laundries at the clubhouse and the office building. Children are allowed but this is a retirement community - average age is in the 70s - and there isn't much for children to do. - Comdac