We came to Gator Park to see the Gator show. It was convenient to stay here, as Gator Park was located halfway between our two stops. We stayed for a night and while the campground is not luxurious, we did not have any issues. There was no laundry room or central bathrooms. Our spot, #20, only had electric and water but we did see some sites with sewer. After the park closed at 5:00 PM, the area calmed down considerably and overnight we were not disturbed. I think $30 a night for what is offered is a bit high. $25 would be more appropriate. Would I recommend this park? For a single night. Would we come back? Not likely. We will explore another campground next time. - Dr. Moreau
First, let me say the area is beautiful. Just a few miles west are some great air boat rides and Shark Valley is the place to go to see abundant wildlife. However, this RV park is by far the worst I have ever seen. The staff was rude and indifferent. The road was in poor condition and the grass at the campsites was tall. The water constantly looked and smelled rusty. It was so bad it even stained our shower and commode. Some full time residents were dumping waste water on the ground and a strong odor emanated from that. The power was unreliable as well. As we were leaving we discovered there was no water available at the dump station to clean our hose or the area. If you must stay here be sure to bring your own water and don't even try to bathe in that stuff. If you can at all, skip this place entirely. I sure do wish we had. - User2063
Terrible! Stayed because we took the gator tour and airboat ride (which were very good). Park itself was horrible: dirty, rusty water, too rough with mainly full time tenants. Not comfortable. Full timers had run of things and did not leash pets. Not returning. - Motorhome Madness
WiFi is provided by the county of Miami-Dade and worked extremely well for me. It worked as reliably as my Verizon MiFi LTE, which was also strong here. I have a regular TV antennae and I could get most channels except for NBC for some reason. The bathhouses were clean, but 2 out of 4 of the women's shower stalls were out of order the whole time I was there. The water pressure was pretty dismal, actually worse than my RV. It was also cold, but when I informed the office about the temperature, it was fixed immediately. - Sara C.
This is overpriced for a county park or any other campground for what they do and do not provide. There is no WiFi, no cable, antenna will only get you Spanish channels, the sewer system needs work as it drains very slow, and our site was not very level. Being close to the highway, it was quiet and the connected park is very pretty. There is no RV class A or 5th wheel friendly fuel nearby and getting out of the park can be hard due to heavy traffic. - creeper
Well maintained, quiet, county-run park with paved roads, level, widely spaced sites. Park-like setting with acres of dog walking areas behind sites. Adjacent park has walking/biking trails. Large pool could use better daily maintenance, but adequate to use. Pool hours only 11 to 5, so not convenient. Good Wi-Fi, but we were next to repeater pole. Good antenna TV. Will stay again on our return from the Keys. - LoneWolf
A very nice park. Very friendly staff. Had a great site, 255. Lots of shade and right across from a big field plus the playground. Great for the kids. Only complaint is no golf carts allowed. I don't understand this rule if your cart is insured. Good water pressure, good sewer, good cable, good electric but wifi was a joke. Signal was very poor. Overall a nice experience. We will be back. - AlexJ
From the looks of it, this appears to be a former KOA. It does not matter because arriving in this campground and seeing the grounds was a pleasant surprise. This is quite a large RV park and most of the sites are generous in size. We stayed here for several days in a 45ft motorhome on a site with 50A service. Finding this park is easy. Just follow the directions. The park is easy to enter and the interior paved roads are wide enough to move around and get onto your site.
One very unique feature found in this park is a walking / running / biking loop which goes along the entire perimeter of the campground. The total distance is almost 1 mile.
The official address for the park is in Miami and it is bordering on to Homestead. Miami is a huge city. Getting into town from the campground takes about 30 minutes. There is tons of stuff to do there and this RV park is a very good base to stay at if you wish to explore Miami.
Nearby are 2 Walmarts, a Publix grocery store as well as a Walgreen and CVS.
This is a RV park we will gladly visit again in the future. - Olivia Las Vegas
This is a nice park. It is clean and well appointed with store, club house, free coffee in the mornings, great laundry room, and the best looking pool I have ever seen in an RV park. Sites are very close together but the park is treed and does not feel too congested. Good walking path around the circumference.
No heat in the bath houses, which was a problem since the weather was cold. Counter staff was very disorganized and inefficient. We called for two last minute sites for two nights and were told it couldn't be accommodated. We booked for the second of two nights, and then used online booking for the first of the two nights. This meant that we did get accommodated but required 30 minutes at the counter to sort it out. - Linda from Canada