7 Parks near Lake City, Florida
Oct 2015 - $26.00
I agree with most of the positive reviews of this RV park. We prefer to park on concrete pads rather than dirt/grass, but the grass here was pretty thick and dry at the time, so not too messy when hooking up elec/water/sewer/etc. There's a Wendy's in walking distance for a quick meal. We would definitely stay here again for an overnighter. - sandybeachcomber
Oct 2015 - $26.00
Easy off, easy on from the freeway. No noise from the freeway that is close by. Registration was a snap and both the lady who checked me in and the guy that escorted me to my site were very pleasant. The site was level and the connections were right where they are supposed to be. Good voltage and water pressure. Site was long enough for my 40 footer and toad. I would definitely stay here again. I camped here in a motorhome. - bones1941
Aug 2015 - $29.00
Just a one night stay but a nice, quiet campground. Wifi was just fair. Staff was friendly and courteous. Sites were fairly level and took one board to get it level. Good restaurants in the area. Will stay here again. - Mr. Camper
Feb 2014 - $21.00
This is an "old" camp ground, but it is reasonably kept up. It is an EZ in and out, but the road is in bad shape. Nice folks running the camp, but I think there are only 3 pull through sites that aren't taken up by settlers. (Not completely sure about that). This a place to stop for an over night when you really need to get off the road and there is no other choice. I wouldn't want to be there in a heavy rain, because I think you'd be up to your ankles in water. All that said, we would stay here again if push came to shove, and the price is right at 21 dollars..barely. - Darfantin
Jul 2012 - $23.00
We stopped here after being on the road for long hours, and it was easy. We arrived unannounced and paid for one night, only to realize we needed two nights. We were welcomed by an elderly couple who apparently are the owner/operators, and they made us feel like family! They assured us that we could stay however long he needed. This is a no-frills park, but friendly people and loving care. There is a Wendy's within walking distance and a gas station in front. A quiet and welcome oasis at the end of the day. I would recommend this little Mom & Pop park to anyone. - bbkidznurs
Jul 2010 - $22.00
We stopped at this park as an overnight stop on a trip to Miami. It has very easy access from the freeway. The office offered a AAA or Good Sam discount which our rate reflects. This is not a park you would choose for scenic reasons and there is not much around it to do because a number of the businesses around it are closed (motel/restaurant/etc.), but it was quiet and adequate for an overnight stop on your way somewhere. The pull-through sites were level and grassy. There was cell phone coverage for AT&T and with an antenna up, TV channels were accessible. The office also houses a barber shop if you're in need of a trim while traveling. - Anne Williams
Sep 2015 - $35.00
Only good thing about this park is the wifi signal. Restrooms were filthy and we were worried about pulling out in the morning as many of the sites were rutted up from previous stays. Many of the sites were occupied by seasonal campers. - Part timers
Sep 2015 - $36.00
This park is a dump. Their brochure says they have a four W rating from Woodalls but that is very hard to believe. The park is run down, the sites are grass. There are no amenities. We happened to stay here shortly after a rain and the site was totally soggy. Couldn't put down our levels. There are lots of season campers. I would never stay here again and recommend highly that you don't ever stay here. - vidcity
Aug 2015 - $35.00
Poor hook-up's, had to move from the first site, water leaked. Water and electric at one end, sewer at the other end. WiFi was OK. Cable TV was ten channels. Site was all sand. A lot of permanents. Way over priced for $35.00. - sunbum
Oct 2015 - $42.00
Like some others, I originally tried to stay at Oakes and Pines (the old name) but they never returned my call. I came here as a second choice this time, but it won't be second next time. Very friendly staff. They insist on using boards under your leveling jacks, but they even provide the boards for you to use. Fair enough. We got here in between rain showers, and although everything was wet (of course), it wasn't soggy. Wifi was slow but adequate. Overall, a good one night stay. We will stay here again the next time we are traveling on this part of I-10. - MFTDoc
Aug 2015 - $34.00
We needed a convenient spot off of the I-10 and found Lake City RV Park. The Oak and Pines RV park in the same area changed their name to Lake City RV park too which confused us on the directions. We actually called Oak and Pines first but they never returned our call. When the answering machine picked up at Oak and Pines, it said "Lake City RV Park". Confused, we called the real ad for Lake City RV park and made a reservation. The owner/manager was very nice and made the check-in process very easy. Our site was just as requested, a long pull-through with no trees (our coach is tall at 13'6"). The electricity is excellent at 121/120 on each leg. Since we have a fully electric coach with 4 air units, we need good electric. The cable is very clear, we are happy! - MarkG.
Jul 2015 - $32.00
This park is wonderful. It is small and friendly with a little lake with cute ducks. The people are so friendly and helpful. All the the people working there went out of their way to ask if everything was ok. We didn't use the pool but it looked nice too. We will stop at this campground on all our trips through northern Florida.
The site was nice but not alot of shade. The store had a good assortment of items and there were lots of restaurants nearby. - Mary D
Sep 2015 - $25.00
First, this park is under new ownership and management. It has been renamed the Lake City RV Resort. There is another park in the area named the Lake City Campground which may cause confusion.
Over the past several years we have stopped at the Oaks n Pines (aka Lake City RV RESORT) for a couple of nights to visit with my wife's brother. We are glad to see the park under new ownership as the former owner was very unstable and his behavior was unpredictable.
However, one of the things the former owner did well was to maintain the grounds. He was always out there cutting the grass and cutting limbs. The new managers aren't going to do that so they will have to hire someone.
Since we left there in April the grounds have become poorly maintained. The grass was very high. The interior dirt road, although never in perfect condition, has become very rutted. The road to the exit is narrow but we have never brushed up against shrubs or had tree limbs scrape across the roof of our motorhome.
This park has a lot of work to do to keep old visitors and attract new visitors. I expect next spring (April 2016) that we will stop at this park. If conditions haven't improved it will be the last time. It will also depend on the rates they set as the new owner has decided to not be part of Passport America which is the main reason we always came to this park. - retired2000
Aug 2015 - $25.00
We've stayed here before because it is convenient, has pull thrus, and full hook ups. It is a bit of a mess right now, thus the $25 dollar charge because they are under construction. New owners have big plans and I hope they go through with fixing it up. The park itself is well set up, everything worked at our site. They need more gravel on the sites which are now pretty much overrun with grass. They do not have cable and I could not find the wifi they say is available. Still a good spot for overnight, just nothing fancy. This park is in Lake City. - Lucky Lady from Florida
Aug 2015 - $35.00
This campground is under new ownership. The old name was Oak and Pines. The new name as of this weekend is the Lake City RV Resort. I'm laughing as I type this. We're finishing up a multi month cross country trip and this is absolutely the worst campground we've stayed in. It's a dump. And I think we're the only people stupid enough to stop... The campground is empty. They used to take Passport America but the new owners are not. It would be a rip off at 50% of the $35 we paid. The wifi is non existent and after a brief shower there is standing water everywhere. Just getting into the office the water was over my shoes. It's so close to I-10 that I can read license plate numbers as cars go by. You're right.... I don't know why I stayed except we were tired and ready to get off the road. How this place has the rating it has is beyond me. This is the first time that checking ratings here has failed me. - floridaguy
Apr 2010 - $30.00
Never Dunn's RV Park is 7 miles from I-75. It is a working farm with peacocks, chickens, goats and dogs. It is located on a dirt road and the campers are parked in an open field with very little shade. The whole place had an unkempt look, the bathroom was dirty and the pool is a block away from the camping area and you have to walk past a very unfriendly rottweiler to get to it. You can't go walking because every time a vehicle passes you are covered with dust. The only positive things going for it are the owners, who are very friendly and the colorful peacocks who come looking for a handout. If I gave this place a grade it would have to be a C. - Pooh's Mom
Oct 2009 - $15.00
This in all of our years of camping has the worst first impression of anywhere we have ever camped. Un-kept grounds, dirty swimming pool, dirty junky grounds, Very poor check-in, very poor upkeep. - leej
Feb 2009 - $15.00
We camped here using Passport America. It was cash only and no receipt. We asked for a pull thru. We were directed to drive around the house and then to pull behind other rigs and "pull thru" the site we were shown. The laundry is standard house units (1 each) and you leave money in a box. The breaker boxes do not have breakers to shut off power to the receptions. The water is shared with a y and does not have back flow preventives. The sites are very narrow. The directions are poor and help is not given when you call, they just say "I do not know where you are". The hydro tubs are jetted tubs in the bath house. I would not stay again. There are many permanent residents here. - highwayrunners
Nov 2014 - $9.00
This campground does not have drinkable water, but we knew that so we were prepared for this. We were put on a shared meter lot when we were long stay campers, and it didn't work out. This owner at this park is dishonest. What she has there in amenities is not what is listed. Water is nondrinkable! No Wi-Fi and no cable! - Patricia Badish
May 2013 - $15.00
We stayed here for a one night stopover. The place is noisy. We stayed for the Passport America rate and my one big gripe is I think PA should mention in their add that there are almost 3 miles of Florida unpaved road to drive to get here. Not a place I would choose to come for a one night stopover again.Not a place I would choose to come after a big rain either as the lots are grass. - hpykmpr47
Jun 2011 - $15.00
The road in is dirt and very dusty. We may as well have been in the I-75 rest stop, as we were less than 100 ft from the interstate, very noisy. Grassy sites, all pull-through. Water is not recommended as is not great quality. Sites are barely level (we had 1 wheel off the ground to get level). Only good for an overnight if you don't have any other choices. The owner is very friendly and helpful. We paid the Passport rate. - Casarolls