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Date of Stay: February, 2015 - $36.00
This is an old park, used to be a KOA. Not much else to choose from in the area. Roads are narrow, sites are quite decent, wifi worked well. Wouldn't want to stay here for the winter season just because it's pretty crowded, but would stay here again for a few nights. We camped at Miami Everglades Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2014 - $62.00
The park is actually in Homestead. It's a beautiful park with a swimming pool, rec. field, a mile walking/biking trail, shuffle board, etc. Plenty of room between sites. Located amid acres of landscaping and garden farms...beautiful. We were there for only 2 nights. A little rich for our blood, but there were a lot of snowbirds there, so they must get a better deal. We camped at Miami Everglades Resort in a Motorhome.
Try a Cuban meal. They're all over the place. The one we found was excellent. Only problem...few spoke English. So much for the primary language. I need to learn Spanish and pick up a little more French.
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $35.00
This is a very clean, pretty park with lots of amenities. The pool is sparkling clean and has lots of chairs and tables around. The store is well stocked. The campfire circle, horseshoe and shuffleboard areas, basketball and volleyball courts, and the off-leash pet area are all attractive and well maintained. There is a very nice walk circling the campground. The main strength of this campground is its staff, however. From the time we made our reservation until we checked out they were courteous, knowledgeable, and friendly. The sites (there were 7 rigs in our group) were close to each other, and all had full hook-ups and 50 amp service. My only criticism was that our group was not allowed to use the clubhouse or tiki hut for meals or games unless we paid a very high fee. I would highly recommend this campground to anyone traveling in the Miami area. We camped at Miami Everglades Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $55.00
I will never stay here again! We got reservations several months ago and made sure they were aware that we had a 43' fifth wheel. We arrived late to find our so called "super site" that we paid extra for was a "pull-in" and not a true "pull-through." What they did not mention at all was the SUPER low power lines that we had to drive under to get into our site. The campground was never full during our stay, so no reason they should have put us at this site. When we brought up the power lines to the employees they said they knew and had called the power company which obviously never fixed the issue. Our air conditioners literally drug the power lines as we pulled in. Once we finally got into the GRASS site, we tried to put our slides out and realized they wouldn't go because of how close the hookup pole is to the back of our fifth wheel. After many tries we ended up blowing a fuse in our hydraulic slides. Finally got pulled up way farther than we should have been just to be able to open our slides. Employees were nice but not very helpful in helping to tell us the best way to get out of the campground (super tight roads and no directional signs on any of the roads) or where to find 4th of July fireworks. However, the other campers at this campground are the rudest we have ever encountered in our over 8 years of camping around the country. We will not be back and would never recommend this place for a big rig or friendly folks. We camped at Miami Everglades Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $56.00
Nice park but has many permanent trailers and workers. Staff is nice and they have a good camp store, complete with wine! Lots of social activities and pool looks nice but we did not use it or attend the social activities. Located in agricultural area so it is not near anything but it is quiet. We camped at Miami Everglades Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $48.00
This is a very good park. We stayed here for two nights and went to Shark River Everglades NP. It is well located for both Miami and the Everglades (Duh - Check the name!) Our site was a grass pull-thru but level and well maintained. The staff is also very good and very helpful. We didn't try the Wi-Fi - just easier to plan to use our hotspot. Coffee every morning with a chance to meet and mingle. This is a go to spot for us. We camped at Miami Everglades Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $45.00
I was parked in an odd spot with for my 42 ft rig even though I made reservation 11 months ahead of time. Tree in the middle of my pull thru, cracked concrete patio block that has been run over many times so it has very sharp edges to potentially pop your tire & you have to run it over to fit into your spot, and an electric post position not helping the entire situation. The website states free wifi, but realize if you do the monthly rate then you will have to pay extra for internet. It is only free if you pay the daily rate. Nice 1 mile walking path. We camped at Miami Everglades Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $59.00
This park is a perfect 10 is almost every regard. The only reason I didn't give it that is due to very low water pressure at times and some tight and narrow sites in some places (ours was a very spacious super lot, so no problems). The park is beautiful, very well maintained, with lots of amenities. There are many activities that are very actively participated in. There is a large staff keeping things going, and they are all wonderful. A 1-mile paved path circles the park and is great for walking and biking (a little bumpy in places with a small wheeled bike). The park is perfectly located for going anywhere between Ft. Lauderdale to the Keys. The overall experience here is wonderful and you will definitely want to come back. We camped at Miami Everglades Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $60.00
My wife and I loved this park. Nice paved interior roads, and our large site (#152) was grass and perfectly level with a large concrete patio. Full hookups were good with strong power, water pressure and cable (we did not try the cable). The Verizon signal to our amplified Hotspot and phones was strong. There was a charge for the park's WiFi but it was very reasonable. We had a large tree over our site which helped with the afternoon sun but did not block our satellite signal. As mentioned previously, this park is located away from town in an agricultural area, which meant no outside road noise, and we were surprised how quiet it was inside this large park as well. We enjoyed walking the one-mile path around its borders several times. My wife counted 12 washers and many dryers in the laundry room, and a nice folding table was included. The pool was large and beautiful. We did not get a chance to check out the bathrooms or showers with all of the traveling we did into the Everglades National Park. Shark Valley is a must-do here, and is perfect for biking around to see all of the wildlife. The Flamingo Visitor Center is almost 60 miles away, but a nice drive and worth checking out. Great park, and although a little pricey we would definitely come back again! We camped at Miami Everglades Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $69.00
We stayed here 3 nights. Had a "super site" on the end of a row so we had a little more space, which was nice. Lots are grass but level. Lots of open area in resort which is great.....and they have a nice walking track around the complex. Great little store in registration center with eggs, milk, staples, etc. Off leash dog park. Free wi-fi and cable. Friendly staff. Gave an info sheet with directions to local stores and services which was very helpful. Park is in agricultural district, so away from the crowds. But the turnpike and hwy. 1 are close by. The rate is a little high, but we found everything down here to be more expensive. We would stay here again if in the area. We camped at Miami Everglades Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $40.00
This park used to be a KOA. It is in the farming country just outside of Homestead. Not a good location if you are using it as a vacation spot. The pool was great. It was very large and there was beautiful landscaping around it. The restrooms that were near our RV were located in a trailer and not very clean, but that's probably because there was a large teenaged group nearby staying in tents. There are some seasonal RV's there, but they kept their spaces neat and clean. The trees were very mature and well maintained. Our site was on the grass. We prefer cement pads, but it worked out just fine. The staff at the park were very nice and helpful. We had no problems with anything. We camped at Miami Everglades Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $49.00
WOW what a nice place. Just was there this weekend and I must say that the bad reviews are really wrong. If you don't like rules then maybe you should open your own place. A speed limit of 10 MPH is for safety and all rules should be followed. Anyway, we had a great time and if I lived closer than Jacksonville (376 miles away) it would be my go to campground. It is nice and clean, the restrooms are tiled and it looks new inside, the only complaint is the NO A/C. The pool is about 3' Deep and very clean, the basketball court is small but good for half court, the play ground is neat and clean, the club house has coffee in the morning and free computers for emails alog with a pool table, the whole park is well kept and the staff for the most part is helpful and friendly. The Resort is in the middle of no place (all farm and nursery land) which is really nice and the little CG store is full of stuff if you forgot something. If we are in the area again it will be the first choice. The only reason for the 9 is that there are no activities planned, but then there were only about 30 RVs in the whole place this weekend. We camped at Miami Everglades Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $47.00
This review is for Legacy RV resorts, which owns this park and a chain of RVparks, with around 20 locations throughout the states. They all seem to have nice amenities and a luxury atmosphere with camping rates to match. The facilities are generally staffed through something called a work camp program. Through this system, the company mostly employs senior citizens living out of their RV's within the parks. A clever idea, give the bored retirees living here something to do, and save a bundle on operating costs. The result, however, can often be less than ideal for the younger vacationing crowd. Check into one of their locations, and you're given a list of about 101 rules and regulations. The mostly semi retired staff, with nothing better to do than mind you're business, makes it their mission in life to enforce every single one to the letter. Although these places look like they're probably a lot of fun, rule number one might as well be: NO FUN! Check out some of the reviews on their individual establishments on Google maps. Generally, the happy campers are also working there, and the fun seekers are dismayed. Save money, get a bigger campsite, and have more fun at a locally owned establishment, or a state park. We camped at Miami Everglades Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $39.00
Check in/office staff were helpful and friendly. WiFi spotty and went in and out. Most if not all sites were pull through and grass , some had cement pads for picnic tables. Our utilities were adequate and functioning. Main complaint was that many of the non English speaking (primarily Russian and Spanish) fellow campers walked right through the center of our campsite. Our tow car was parked directly in front of our rig and they walked in between them passing by our picnic table. No consideration whatsoever! Maybe a cultural thing but it felt invasive. No sense of boundaries whatsoever. Like having neighbors back home cutting through your back yard!! First time I have encountered such a thing and by multiple groups. We camped at Miami Everglades Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2013 - $55.00
A nice park away from hectic Miami traffic. We used our Good Sam card for a better deal. There's a great walking/bike path around the perimeter of the park too. It's a huge park, but relatively quiet considering its size. Grassy parking spots with large concrete "patios" make up the park. We like it here. We camped at Miami Everglades Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Try a Cuban meal. They're all over the place. The one we found was excellent. Only problem...few spoke English. So much for the primary language. I need to learn Spanish and pick up a little more French.DJanis • November 2014
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