49 RV Parks near Kissimmee, Florida
Oct 2016 - $35.00
I have not enjoyed a cleaner park than oak harbor. I guess the people with the nasty comments were just looking for more. Staff is the friendliest anywhere, close to all ammenities, great people, great fishing nestled among beautiful trees and very quiet. We would love to go back one day for sure. We were snowbirders from January to May 2016. - Sandraj2016
Nov 2012 - $40.00
Great level lots with full hook-ups and concrete patios/picnic tables. Roads around park are great. Bathrooms/showers are very nice and clean. Large lake with great fishing and beautiful sunrises. Owners are very friendly and easy to deal with. Very quiet laid back and great place to get away to. - Stille
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
Aug 2017 - $95.00
A very nice and large campground. Many things to do here. The biggest drawback for me was the site. We were near the end of the 1600 loop. Not much privacy. If we return, I will get a premium site, which has a larger concrete pad and a little more room. - Jtroop
Jul 2017 - $130.00
Very clean, well kept park. If you are going to spend all your time going to Disney -- or if you have small (pre-tween) children that will spend their days at the pool swimming and doing other activities -- then it may be worth it. Purely as a campground, it's very clean but not particularly great in any way. More expensive sites have more paved area. Less expensive sites have fine gravel to deal with. All have good hookups, reasonable space, and close access to amenities. If you're just using this park as a base camp for accessing all of Orlando, look elsewhere. It's really designed for Disney-goers--or folks who want to pay hundreds of dollars for dining and entertainment on site. (E.g., dinner show was $300 for four people. Horseback riding, $200 for four people. Archery, $190 for four people.) On site dining services are easy (and priced accordingly), but the food is kid stuff: pizza, burgers, etc. and nothing more. Most people tool around in golf carts, though nothing is so far that you need to do that. Need a cart? Better reserve in advance...and, guess what, they are $65/day. - Thiel
Jun 2017 - $140.00
The only reason you would stay here is if you were going to one of the Disney parks. I requested an early check in at noon and got right in. I also asked for a treeless site so the satellite would work which they got me. Get a site away from the main roads or you will hear the buses all the time. My site was in the 600 loop and was good for me. The bus transportation around is busy but you may find yourself waiting 20-30 minutes at every stop. - Dennis_K
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
Sep 2017 - $20.00
Horrible staff, no amenities, haven for sexual predators. Check FDLE website. Work in the park is not to code. Management will cuss you out when you try to discuss problems with them. Staff NVR (network video recorder) available due to inconsistent office hours. Horrible and unsafe! - Jas677
Jul 2017 - $26.00
I had a partially shaded site- shade is rare here. Pool was very nice. Cable was good. No WiFi that I could pick up. Only 110 volts was a surprise with no one here. The traffic on Rt 27 has become a very big problem. Stop light to stoplight and no way to average but 30 mph. But that's not the campgrounds problem and I would stay again if in the area. - Libby
Apr 2017 - $47.00
Arrived after office closed. Left next morning before office opened. Park had many available sites. No picnic table at our site, but all other sites had them. Easy in and out. Office staff called later the day we left to confirm we had stayed. Said we owed $4 from reservation. I suggested they write it off, because no picnic table. They charged my credit card anyway. - eaglessoc
Mar 2017 - $35.00
This now is our 2nd year that we stayed for a month or more. Large lots, with storage too for my toy hauler trailer. Very nice pools and when I flew in my 2 granddaughters, there was no additional costs for visitors. Park is less than 7 miles from Disney. - Living our Dream
Jan 2017 - $40.00
We stayed 2 nights. Being there at high season and their overnight sites were full, they let us stay in one of the longer term sites that was very large. The site we were on was well covered with grass and fairly level. The park manager was very friendly and helped us get situated. We enjoyed the heated pool which was clean and well maintained. This park has about 1/3 park model sites and the rest are for RVs. We would stay here again. - Steve77
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
Jul 2017 - $36.00
We camped here for almost a month in our 5th wheel during off season. The campground was comfortable. We used one of the two very nice pools. Grounds are kept well. None of the roads had pot holes, which makes me wonder if this is really a Thousand Trails property ;) Many of the sites are paved. Some have trees, but not a lot of shade is offered. Went down to the lake on the property to watch fireworks from Disney - take bug spray. Some of the staff was friendlier than others, but no complaints. Laundry facilities were terrible. They contract with a company whose machines take tokens instead of coins or credit cards. It costs $3 to wash and $3 to dry, that's $6 per load. We had to spray our 5th wheel for ants from day one. We would stay here again since we have a TT membership but if we didn't have a membership, we'd look to see what other campgrounds in the area have to offer. - Mamallama
Apr 2017 - $1.00
This Thousand Trails property is very large & clean. Our site was old blacktop and level enough. Other sites we observed were dirt, sand and in some cases broken pavement. Some sites had newer concrete but, I believe they are seasonal private sites. Pools (2), clubhouse, store are very large, clean and well maintained/stocked. The roads are very easy to navigate & angled so entry/exit is easy. There is a nature trail, lake & very nice cabins and an on site restaurant/snack bar. Since we arrived after the "peak season" it was quite quiet and organised activities were minimal during our 2 week stay. We would stay again. - rracer5
Apr 2017 - $1.00
This is a membership park that is also open to the public. We pay $0 a night, not sure what the public rate would be. Large park with a mix of 30 and 50 amp sites, along with pull thrus and back ins. Water and sewer hookups at the sites. Most sites are gravel and/or gravel & dirt. Area is in a drought so the 'grass' is very dry and not a lot of green, which makes it quite dusty. We stayed twice, once in February and again in April. Check in process was different each time, I would recommend calling ahead of time to find out where to go on arrival, it will definitely make a difference! On both of our visits the water was shut off several times with no warning at all, so you want to be sure and fill your fresh water tanks on arrival. Laundry facility is clean but pricey and you have to purchase tokens at the machine on site, which only takes paper money. We will stay here again because it is no cost for us, not sure I would stay at the public rate however! - Amls
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
Mar 2016 - $1.00
We camped in a 36' motorhome with trailer and had a pull thru site that had more than enough room. As previously posted this park has more owner sites than transient, but we found everyone to more than friendly. Our neighbors offered us their golf cart to run to the store and we barely knew them. The site was level and had all pavers with nice shrubbery. The pool was heated and all the facilities were spotless. The staff was more than friendly and willing to lend a hand. Although you need to secure a cable box from the office, the picture was crisp with 60+ channels. The wifi was so so and could use some upgrading. We had a relaxing and enjoyable time and would camp here again. - Jgrif72
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
Sep 2014 - $42.00
10 miles in off Rt 60 on a paved road. Very nice office staff. Got a paver site with lots of shade. Cable is $5 extra so I used the sat. The pool is there as advertised and not impressive [not a bit of shade]. The grounds are huge and well taken care of. The lounge was fun. State park entrance close by. Pricy for summer rates. May stop again. - Libby
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