2 Parks near Malabar, Florida
Nov 2015 - $40.00
Well maintained. Paved roads. Some turns & in and out of site could be tight due to fairly narrow streets. Good electric and good water pressure.
Our site had a nice view of the Indian River.
People were very accommodating. Dumpsters were easy to get to.
Did not use the cable but did use the WiFi (very good and password protected). Would stay again if in the area. - MissingLinc
Nov 2015 - $30.00
It would be hard to find a prettier location. This campground is right on US 1 and the Intercoastal Waterway is right across the street. Facilities are well maintained. Our site was just OK, because it did not have a concrete pad like the ones in the section in front of the clubhouse.
The only real problem with this park is the sandspur that seems to grow almost everywhere. After walking our two dogs, we had to go through their fur to pull out the sharp burrs they pick up outside. - w3sjkb3aam
Sep 2015 - $1.00
New to the RV life, we stayed at Camelot RV Park for almost two months. After traveling from Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Florida, this is by far the best park we've ever stayed at. It is in Malabar (next to Palm Bay, Melborne and near the Atlantic beaches). It is reasonably priced, relatively quiet, has a huge pool, clean bathrooms, a large laundry, and friendly people. I would highly recommend this to everyone. - Rachel and Laurence
Feb 2014 - $40.00
Nice adult campground. Had a lot of rain (3" day before) so sites were a little muddy. Very friendly/helpful staff. Great community room with WiFi (available in park for $) Had 50+ channels on antenna (but a lot in Spanish). Camped here for 4 nights in a Fiver. - Bubblehead651
Mar 2012 - $27.00
A family member in the area turned ill, and this was the only location in the area we could get a monthly spot in last minute during the high winter season. We are grateful for that. First.. the good: - Quiet, friendly community - Awesome management - extremely helpful, friendly and attentive - Beautiful and well maintained pool - Lovely lake in the front, very peaceful feeling when arriving - Community organized activities going on all the time - swap meets, potlucks, game night, water aerobics, meals, etc. - Easy access to nearby Malabar Scrub conservation area with 500 acres of hiking - Well kept, and easy to use hook-ups. - While they are advertised as a 55+ park, they are lenient on the age - but still remain adult only keeping kids out. Now.. the less than good: Our cost for our spot greatly influences our expectations, and at $825/mo for the winter rate - this place did not merit the price tag. It is at least $100+ more than any surrounding RV park, and about $300/mo more than what we found to be the 'going rate' in the area. But this was the only place that could take us when we needed it last minute. Here are things that had the price tag been lower, we might not be as critical about: - Wi-Fi is not included. If you want access to the park wide Wi-Fi, you purchase it extra from another resident providing it at $20/mo. - Cable is run to your site, but you have to pay extra for it - it's not included. - The sites are rather close together, all in a row down the street. Beyond the lake in the front, this place is actually kind drab looking. All sites are grass with a concrete patio, and mostly level. Some have shade and a little landscaping. The plus is, they are extra long and you have a lot of wiggle room to position yourself front to back. Plenty of room for your rig, a vehicle and anything else. - Feral animals running around. Our supervised leashed cat was attacked while we were there by a stray cat. - No recycling. Only a single dumpster for the entire park is available. - Laundry center is way too small for the size of the park. The long term residents boasted about how they will take all four washers, so that others can't work their loads in. We would return here if needed, especially in the summer when the price is significantly lower. - Technomadia
Jan 2012 - $20.00
This park is kept up pretty well. It has many permanent domiciles that are, for the most part, kept up. It advertises wi-fi, but only in the clubhouse, and not throughout the park. With full hook-up you will only get local channels on your over-the-air antenna, as they do not have cable hookups at the sites. The manager said it is because most folks have satellite dishes. This is a 55+ park which made it nice and quiet, although I did see a few small kids playing, but they might have been visiting. Would I stay here again? Probably not. - StressRecess