28 Parks near McIntosh, Florida
Jul 2016 - $9.00
Lot of shade and privacy in level dirt sites. Facilities and campground area are kept clean. Plenty to do here both locally and just a short drive away to other trails. Saw lot of wildlife and plant life. The staff is great. Good park for families and hikers. Has good tenting area. - GDoug
May 2016 - $9.00
The narrow campground road is paved but sites are not. Big rigs should go slow & use extreme caution due to heavy vegetation overhang. Sites are dirt/sand base and very messy. Lots of vegetation between sites and lots of bugs, especially biting flies. Bring repellant. Bathrooms are older but kept very clean. We could get 2 TV stations and satellite would not work as it was too wooded. Restrooms were dated but clean. Very woodsy campground and was great for overnight. - R&S
May 2016 - $18.00
Quiet, wooded campground with good spacing between sites for privacy and plenty of room for slideouts. Crushed gravel roads and pads, free of low branches and fairly level. Picnic tables are solid but old and sites have fire pits and steel arm to hang food off of ground. Restrooms are very clean and showers have shelves, pegs and benches. Mosquitoes were not "fierce" but persistent, so bring repellent. During our stay they struggled with a problem that caused several losses of power, but power company arrived quickly. Also it seemed that water pressure was very low (may be related to the power problem). The Visitor Center is open and has a bucolic film of the SP. There are several trails in the park for walking. Some allow horses and bicycles. Picnic area and lake with boat ramp. The park is very peaceful and enjoyable! - FreeWheeler
Ocala, Florida (map) | (352) 236-7148
Sites: 69 | Latest Rate: $12.00 | 61 Reviews
Jun 2016 - $12.00
We have stayed here before and always enjoy returning because of the beautiful setting and of course, the Silver River with all it's beauty and activities. Park was still under construction for sewer installation at some sites which prevented reservations in advance but we had no difficulty obtaining a walk up site for a 12 day stay. Park was sparsely populated for the most part with a few more campers showing up on weekends. Many over the air digital TV signals available, cell coverage is very good also. No W-Fi in the park but our MiFi card worked fine here. - Bob & Stephanie
May 2016 - $12.00
We stayed for 6 nights. The RV park is about 2 miles away from the Silver Springs main entrance. The rangers and work campers are all very nice. The only negative things about our stay were THE TICKS!!! The park is infested with them! The rangers should warn people about them, as they can carry Lyme disease! My wife burned one off my back and I forgot one day to spray OFF on my legs and socks and pulled 4 off me in like 10 min. You must spray your legs and socks with OFF to keep them away! Also we wanted to go on a guided hike with a ranger they advertised on Sat. We showed up at 8 AM but no ranger and no hike! You should have a filter for your drinking water as it has a strange taste without it. It is a good place for day trips to other attractions in the area. Lots of stores near by. We felt safe and never had any problems other than those 2 things. 30% of the sites now have full hook ups. The rest are water and electric only. - RV Dreamer
Feb 2016 - $25.00
The state is making massive improvements to the park and it will undoubtedly be the top park in FL soon. We stayed in a handicapped site with a paved path to the bathrooms. The shower had 2 heat lamps, 2 shower heads (one handheld, the other fixed), a nice bench and handrails. It's the nicest handicap restroom/shower I've seen in a campground. There was also a nice sink for doing dishes. Tons of trails around the park. Sewer hookups are being installed. The sites are gigantic and very private!!! Currently the sites are first come first serve for reservations, but there were many empty sites. A controlled burn was done near the Sharps Ferry sites so the sites should look great by summer. - WallowaWolverine
Mar 2016 - $35.00
Very nice staff, friendly people, well maintained park. - Double K
Mar 2016 - $29.00
Wild Frontier is a small well-kept campground with only one park model on the grounds. While there are a number of seasonal campers, there was a lot of transient movement during our stay. Water pressure was around 55psi, 50a electric voltage was strong and stable, sewer connections were to the rear of the rig and reachable with a single hose. Every site has an asphalt pad and patio. Our site and many others were generously long and accommodated our 39' rig and truck very well. Site width was reasonable and consistent thru the park at about 30'. For recreation there is a small swimming pool, bean bag toss, horse shoe pits and a few activities organized each week. The office has a small camp store and the staff were very friendly and helpful. We would stay here again. - Born2Roam
Nov 2015 - $34.00
PA rate was only good for one night. The entrance to the park is thru what appears to be an alley that is next to an RV dealership. Be careful when entering the park. The road is not well marked and is very narrow. The park itself is very nice with tar pads and patios. The service at the site are good//ample water pressure, good electric rate and the sewer is where it should be. I gave the rating of 5 due to the entrance, I would stay here again. - bones1941
Jul 2016 - $31.00
This park was nice, clean and far enough away from the interstate so that it is quiet. The staff that I dealt with were all very nice and friendly. But, it did have a couple of short comings.
The problem with dealing with a call center when making a reservation, is that they really don't know the sites. I requested no trees as I don't like stuff dropping on the motorhome. I was told on the phone to go to site 26 when I made the reservation.
My arrival day was on a Sunday and since the office is not open on Sunday's during low season, there was no one to ask if you have questions. Checking on lot 26 I found the trees too low so I picked another spot, lot 139.
The trees need a major trim-back (and there are a lot of them). Our coach is tall and I had to go off the very narrow roads where I could to get around the low hanging branches. - MarkG.
Jun 2016 - $16.00
What a gem! We had no idea this would be so nice. Beautiful setting, friendly people, large sites with full hook ups. 9 hole golf course was fun and challenging for short hitters. Lovely pool with comfortable lounge chairs. Could use a water fountain or vending machine but the on site restaurant is close enough to get something. The best dog run. Large and flat area, could have used some mowing but not too bad. Our dogs loved being able to really run and stretch their legs. Wish people would pick up though. Even in a dog park you need to pick up!!! Needed closer garbage cans. Good free wifi. Just a lovely place we will definitely return. - tb919
Mar 2016 - $40.00
Well organized and spotless. Restaurant on site has excellent food at very reasonable prices. A bit off the beaten path, but quiet and worth getting to. - JoeIII
Jul 2006 - $20.00
We have camped at this park a lot and it is a 5 star park. The staff are very friendly and they have a beautiful club house and pool area. They are only 10 miles to Ocala and about 18 to Gainesville. They are just mins from I-75 and you cannot hear the traffic on 75. all sites are concrete and most all are level. - lakoda
Jul 2005 - $13.00
We arrived after the office was closed, but our reservation was clearly posted with directions to the site. The sites were clearly marked and well maintained. Very attractive plantings were at the site, and the site was a concrete pad with a concrete patio. When we registered the next morning, the office personnel were extremely pleasant and gave very precise directions to several area attractions. The pool was clean and very well maintained. We would highly recommend this site and will return - tdm8826
Jun 2005 - $26.00
Nice RV park right off I-75 at Orange Lake exit north of Ocala. All sites are level concrete pads with picnic tables and room to spread out. Nice grounds and well kept landscaping. Very clean. Between Gainesville and Ocala. Perfect for overnight. Noticed they have weekly, monthly and reasonable seasonal rates. Both pull-throughs and back-ins. Big rig friendly! - jazzman
Apr 2015 - $50.00
Overall this was a nice park. We wanted someplace wooded and secluded but was disappointed when we arrived. The sites are small and mostly taken up by snowbirds.
Staff was friendly and site was clean. - Senora Frog
Apr 2015 - $27.00
Beautiful view of the lake and a great swim dock. Paved road and large playground for kids. They have a large pavilion for cookouts and family gatherings. Lots have level paved pads and grass. Friendly campers and staff. - Traveler2440
Feb 2015 - $27.00
Lake Waldena is a large park on the far outskirts of town. The CG is a trailer park and RV park with more permanent trailers than RV sites. The trailer park is mainly occupied by snowbirds.
My site was along the main road into the park, therefore there was a lot of traffic. Sites 82 to 104 are on the main road. Due to the heavy rain the previous week the ground was soaked and I had to wash all the levelers and chocks due to the mud encased in them when I was prepping to leave.
Pros - all utilities worked fine. Wi-fi was adequate. Cable TV was all analog.
Cons - road noise from FL 40. Office is closed on Sundays. I have to assume that mosquitos are a problem most of the year due the swampy area behind the sites (the Nature Preserve on their map).
I would stay here again in a pinch. - jnateg
Mar 2016 - $24.00
Park is geared for retired people. Streets are a little narrow. A lot of full time residents. Train goes by 3 or 4 times a day. Water is not to bad. Pool is nice heater broke while we were here. - deangrimmett
Mar 2016 - $36.00
First clue, only RV park in Florida half full at peak season. Very rude when checking in, old and unkempt park. Plumbing and cable problems, unheated dirty bathrooms, loud constant road noise. Much nicer less expensive parks, keep driving ! - Scatter
Feb 2008 - $22.00
Paid a weekly rate for two weeks of 142.50 per week. Streets narrow, With a 35' 5th wheel able to pull in and out but close. Desk person advised coming into site from wrong side and had to go around. That said, very quiet park, neat and clean. cable is available but you have to contract with local company to hook up. Long term only. Close to Ocala and easy in and out. Would stay again. - Baldone
Jun 2016 - $60.00
A very attractive RV park, one of the better ones I have been to - well maintained, clean, large spacious sites with many trees. Grounds throughout the park are very petty and community building/pool are very nice. Roads are asphalt and each site has a level long concrete pad with a small picnic table. The pull through sites are exceptionally long. Because of the trees could not use my satellite but cable is very good with 40+ channels. Security gates at both entrances. Staff very friendly. WiFi is not very good, frequently slow and not able to stream video. Williston is a small town remote from central Florida attractions but only about 30 miles from Gainesville. - Tom Willing
Apr 2016 - $51.00
This is one of the nicest parks in Florida. The sites are well spaced, all paved roads, nice pool and plenty of activities. Wifi is good and there approximately 40 cable channels. The is a huge dog park here. All the staff are very helpful and friendly and the owner is a hands on manager that promotes an excellant client satisfaction model. The park is basically away from most amenities but is a good park to rest and relax. I would stay here again. - Irish2
Mar 2016 - $45.00
As is typical for this part of FL, there are many snowbirds here. But there are also many permanent residents who have park models on a lot they own. Even so, this park is spic and span. Of the 400 something sites, we only saw a couple of units that were what we considered to be out of place-either needing a light spruceup or was an older looking model. That is amazing!!! All roads are paved and very spacious for big rigs to maneuver. Our site was a back-in, but there was plenty of room for the turns needed to back in our 45 footer. It is always a pleasure to stay here. Even tho it is a tad pricey, it is well worth it. The fact that it is gated adds to the quality of this park. - DGayle
May 2016 - $31.00
Like most Passport parks it is not the best. Men's room has not been really cleaned in some time. It is barely usable. Office staff were OK. The park has been here for years and so have many of the campers. Many sites have only dirt (sand) and some do have grass. First site we pulled into couldn't find the sewer. Second site the neighbor said the power didn't work. Third one had everything including dirt. Park was fairly clean, very little trash, but a lot of wild cats. Easy in and out, cheap overnighter and I'd stop again for over night-not a long stay, decent location. - amimjs
Aug 2009 - $26.00
Would never stay here even if they paid me. Went in to check on the rates and conditions. The lady in the office let me go look around the park. The campground is not for over nighters. The roads are to narrow for any kind of a motorhome over 30 feet to get through. There are a lot of rundown rigs in here. I have seen better conditions in some mountainous regions of Appalachia. The pool was open, but did not appear to be cleaned to frequently. There is a big sign up in front of this place showing FOR SALE. Would never consider staying here. - just for fun
Jun 2007 - $30.00
Mostly a trailer park that has a few spaces that they can put travelers in. Many of the long term units in very bad (rusted out) condition. Not big rig friendly. Narrow paved roads with grass spots. Most of the streets have low hanging branches and one had a tree in it that a rig of any size at all could not go around. Stayed over night, will not be back. - historyljc
Feb 2004 - $22.00
New Owners. Golf course is closed as of this post 1-13-06. No Passport America discounts available with new owners. Rates have gone up. Swimming pool closed. - planegm