30 Parks near New Smyrna Beach, Florida
May 2016 - $20.00
International remains Daytona's best bet and we have just spent our 6th winter there. Rate reflects a full season stay. The vast majority of sites are 50 amp full hookups. WiFi is mostly available and phase 3 has cable. All roads are paved, sites in phase 3 are also paved. On site work campers keep everything in working order. This is no longer a place you can just arrive at and expect a site during the winter months. Park runs close to full most of the time. During events (Turkey Run, Race Week, Bike Week, etc.) sites can be hard / impossible to come by. Call ahead to check availability, they are very accommodating in trying to find a place for you. They have a couple of electric only overflow spots and dry camping is available during certain times. - Bob and Inga
Mar 2016 - $28.00
Very nice RV park with a great location for the Speedway and the Daytona Farmer's and Flea Market. The office staff was very cordial and efficient. We received the Passport America rate for both nights. People in the park were very friendly. This park is well laid out and easy to navigate. On the down side: (1) sites are on top of each other, (2) cater to snowbirds, with very few sites available during the winter season for transients and (3) we had loud music and a party behind us for about 3 hours without any action by the park management. - Teacher's Pet
Nov 2015 - $20.00
Check in was efficient, friendly and helpful - we were escorted to our site. The site was a paved double long pull through. - D and M
Aug 2014 - $70.00
We paid extra for a river site because we were told we could fish from the bank. The river sites are not in the front section, which appears to be for more short term RVers. The roads in the section to which we were led were narrow and a bit difficult to maneuver. Maintenance men had to trim some trees so that we could get to our spot and came back the next day to trim trees along the exit road. After setting up, we discovered that the gate leading to the dock was locked with a no fishing sign attached. I suppose we could have walked down to the river bank, but fishing from there would not have been possible because of the trees and mucky bank. We asked in the office about fishing and were told that we would have to go to other parts of the campground to fish. On the day we left, I had to walk in front of the motorhome so that I could be sure my husband could get past the cars and trucks parked along the road. The office staff and the full-timers were all very nice and the restaurant was good but we will not return. - dickens
Feb 2014 - $14.00
We were here for 5 months and have a very mixed feeling about this park. Many good things such as friendly staff, night and weekend security, large trees, paved roads and very level sites. Also the cable TV was great and way more than basic. The people were friendly except did not welcome snowbirds to participate in activities. Most all park is full time residents,so everything is set up for them. Other RV'ers only stay a short time and not the whole season like we did. The Wi-Fi is good but must pay to use.The rate is the monthly rate then you must add eletric usage.To give you the overall attitude of the park they even charge you 50 cents for a parking sticker. This you're told after you have checked in and they want that in cash. It's not the money; it's the idea of it! The restrooms and showers were cleaned daily, however way overdue for a makeover. - gpafrog
Feb 2013 - $25.00
This is a nice location. The park is on the St. Johns River. It has boats to rent , a launch ramp, and a pretty decent restaurant on the premises. The pool is the largest I've ever seen. It is fully enclosed and nicely maintained. It is an old park, pretty well maintained. It is popular with "snowbirds who return year after year. Most everyone knows everyone else, and they are a friendly bunch. The sites are very tight. They have used every available inch of space, and sites a very close together. There are "super" sites which is what I took on this visit. About the only thing "super" is the price - $650.00 per month. A three month stay gets you a $100.00 discount. The "super" sites are wedged in all over the park. They take a $200.00 "deposit" for electricity which is absurd! This is a gimmick to hold your money for a month or longer and collect the interest. The staff are helpful and friendly. If I do stay here again, I won't take a "super" site. Not worth it! - hankster36
Dec 2015 - $14.00
Rate is monthly not including electric. Reasonable!
This park is not terrible but deserves a pros and cons;
Sites are large and mostly pull thrus BUT the landscaping is in terrible shape and the sites are very dirty. Some people a few sites down who used to come here a lot left due to the conditions.
Restrooms are very clean BUT are old and worn and hit and miss if you get hot water.
Has play ground, shuffle board and basketball BUT they have not been cleaned in a long time and are not usable.
The office is open and staffed BUT I disagree with others in that they are borderline rude.
The laundries are open air, clean and well kept BUT the machines are old and need replaced.
Cable is pretty good BUT seems to be rebooting a lot.
WiFi is available and good most of the time BUT as the park fills up and in the evening it really slows down.
The pool is very nice, clean and well kept BUT not heated and very cold. Not usable this time of year.
This is the first park in 4 years of travel that we did not make new friends. Very clickish.
I am not really that picky but did not enjoy our month stay here. Probably will not come back. - digger2280
Jan 2015 - $35.00
The interior dirt/sand roads are the worst we've ever seen with many holes apparently caused by the early season flooding. They are badly in need of a road grader. The manager drags a `box' around but that only fills in the small holes. There is no need for a 5 mph speed limit because the holes will not allow any faster speed. - Dick_B
Oct 2014 - $38.00
We came in after their unusual office hrs of 8:30-4:30 and chose one of the 5 sites made available. The CG has an old FL atmosphere with sand and some grass in level sites. But there were several issues: The sewer connection was all the way to the rear and even with an extension we couldn't reach it. So the pull thru turned out to be a hassle as we had to unhook and back up to connect. Cable TV did not work. The Wifi thru Tengo wanted an email to send the coupon code which I assume we would have received during their business hours. Inconvenient and easer to use the iPhone. Excellent electrical power, quiet but needs a little maintenance to make it more than just an overnite destination. There are some open sites in the rear which may eliminate some of these problems. - Team Asphalt
Mar 2016 - $35.00
Spaces fairly tight but adequate. Dog run not on CG map & I didn't find it till late 2nd day. Quiet. Pool looked nice although we did not use it. Decent location for beach access without staying in the middle of beach crowd. Don't think I'd stay for long term but OK for a couple of nights. - ebaldy
Apr 2015 - $30.00
This is an older Florida style park but it is close to most shopping and dining options. To get to the beach we biked about 2.5 miles going over one of the main bridges to the beach. The park is about 8-10 miles from the main entrance to Daytona Beach. This park had several full time regulars. The sites are wide and open and it is quite heavily treed. We used the pool a few times and it was great. We would recommend this park. - gypsy parrotheads
Feb 2015 - $32.00
Staff very friendly and helpful. Location is outstanding. Parking our 36' in the 50A site out front was challenging because of trees and location of sewer and narrow site. Would have been very difficult if there was a neighbor on one side. As it was we had a good stay and would consider returning. - upstateny
Nov 2015 - $30.00
Paved roads, clean with level spots. The spaces are close and grass. It had rained a good bit before we got there. The ground was a bit soft, but not enough to cause a problem. There are a lot of seasonal/permanent residences. It is a quiet park, but a lot of the units are old and a bit run down. The owners are friendly and helpful. There is a pool that looks very inviting. Laundry facilities are available and look clean. - esta34950
Feb 2015 - $34.00
Clean and quiet. Pet friendly. Everyone picks up after their pet. Friendly neighbors and office help. Level but narrow sites. A lot of permanent and seasonal residence. Our water spigot did not work so we hooked into the neighbor. We stayed during race week and did experience the problem the previous reviewer had. We were able to make a reservation. Worst part was the train that blew it's whistle. It sounded so close that I thought it was going to come through our motorhome. We would stay again. - esta34950
Jun 2015 - $31.00
Very nice people. Needed a place to stay before I went to Disney, and I called after hours. The owner told me to come on and told me where to park. I have a 31 footer with jeep being flat towed. Site would have been level except I didn't want to unhook. Clean restrooms and owners even woke up early so that we could get an early start. - Tomwillis
Sep 2014 - $35.00
Quiet, family owned park with plenty of shade. Interior roads are narrow with tight turns and low hanging tree limbs. The park is a maze of roadways with some roads as sites and some sites as roads. Be sure to get an escort to your site. Hosts are friendly and accommodating . Utilities are in good working order but are in inconvenient locations. They have a restaurant on location for daily breakfasts that was decent. The pool was nice but needs to be cleaned. Bathrooms were old but clean. The park is not big rig friendly or multiple slide friendly. The park has a lot of potential. We would come here again. - Mamaluca
Nov 2013 - $19.00
Rate reflects Passport America rate. Cons:roads in the campground are narrow and tight, the pool was not cleaned and the wifi was erratic. However, folks were friendly, the sites are reasonably level and shady. We spent a week, went to a couple of ice cream socials and had interesting conversations with the owner, Lewis. Clean up the leaves and clean the pool and I would give it an 8. It is a campground, not an RV resort. - kcook
May 2015 - $1.00
This campground is no longer here. It is now a subdivision and needs to be removed from this list. - Starfire5
Dec 2013 - $20.00
This park is in the process of being sold to a developer and will be closed in the next few weeks. Although a review is probably not necessary, I'll include some of the major issues. Maintenance was pretty much non-existent due to the sale. Water pressure was very low, we had to run our pump to keep the pressure up to an acceptable level. The 50-amp electrical service was running at about 109 volts, too low for RVs like ours. Bathrooms were old and not maintained, not cleaned regularly either. The people here were very nice, but since they were being forced to move there was a depressed mood as the moving trucks came in every day. Do not plan to stay here during the next month or so if you want to relax or have a good experience. We reserved many months ago before the sale went through and did not know what we were getting into. - LowesTravels
Jul 2012 - $30.00
We have stayed in this park on several occasions and found the staff very friendly and helpful. There have been no issues with theft as mentioned in previous reviews and we felt perfectly safe here. The pool area is very nice. The laundry facility is very neat and clean. The spaces are about 30 feet wide, which we felt was adequate. The park does have a lot of permanent residents in it and it is not close to Disney, but is great for a few days relaxation when passing through the area. We would recommend this park and will stay here again. - DeeRon
Mar 2015 - $30.00
This campground is small and close to the highway - which makes it easy on and easy off but there is a bit of highway noise that filters into the campground. It is tight and, while most of the roads are asphalt, one of them is actually still dirt. The bathrooms are clean and so is the laundry room. It is an older park but under new management. The front row faces a nice lake. Older and rustic but we would camp here again. - swike
Mar 2014 - $20.00
This is a regular stop for us on our way to and from South Florida. It's nothing fancy, but it's clean and reliable, and the new owner was very pleasant and friendly. Front-row sites overlook a nice little lake. We've never been bothered by noise from I-95, but we're in the habit of running the fan at night. It's easy in and out with good-size pull-throughs. We were surprised this trip at how busy it was and will call ahead next time if it's in season. - Jean D
Jun 2013 - $20.00
As of April 2013, the park is under new management. The new owners are in the process of renovating the rec hall, updating the facilities, and generally sprucing up everything. The park now is a gem -- level sites and a beautiful lake with fish and wildlife -- so it will be amazing when they get done. The new owners could not have been nicer. It is near a highway, but we never heard noise at night (trees are in between). Our rate reflects the Passport America discount. - ZoAnn
Jun 2016 - $24.00
We loved this park. The spring and river are great for paddling, the spring is also wonderful for tubing and swimming. You can walk to the springs entrance from the campground if you're in reasonably good health. The line to get in here gets long on the weekends, so be mindful of this if you are arriving or trying to get back in to the park mid-day. We will go back during manatee time. This was our last trip in the "Big Rig" 32' Tango rear lounge. - avbrendan
Apr 2016 - $25.00
The campsites are very private with screens of Florida scrub forest in a U around each site. It makes backing in a little crazy, but once you are in, you feel like you are in your own private piece of Florida. Our site was level and had water and electricity. There is a short path down to the Springs. The Manatees that winter there had just left when we were there in early April. So we snorkeled and swam in the 73 degree water. You can snorkel over the spring and look down into the huge broken gash in the earths surface where the water comes out. You can rent floaty tubes and a small locker for your keys. You can also rent snorkel gear, we brought our own. - ShoreXplorers
Apr 2015 - $25.00
Most sites are packed sand, but fairly level. However, a few sites are being paved. Vegetation surrounds each campsite, providing for some nice privacy. While sites do have electric and water there is no sewer service at the sites. There is, however, one dump station in the park. A footpath connects the RV park to Blue Spring where the water is always a refreshing 73 degrees. Overall, this is a fantastic park and we'll certainly be back. - Cap'n G
Jun 2016 - $38.00
1) They have a limited amount of 50 amp hookups. This is an issue in June in Florida. Made a reservation for 50 amp to find they did not have any. I had to find my own 50 amp site in the resident section and had to pull in backwards/opposite of the way it was designed to make it work. So as a result I did not have sewage connection. If I had pulled in the "correct" way there would have been a drainage ditch outside the door to step into, so that did not make sense either.
2) They were willing to cancel our reservation and give a full refund when we checked in because of no 50 Amp site would fit us but because it was late in the day we made it work and stayed for 3 nights, but then we decided to move on once my tanks filled and I had to pack up anyway. It took more complaining and calling management than it should have to get us out of the reservation early. We just wanted to leave but they did not want to cancel the reservation (we had 3 more nights) but I felt that we had put in a good effort to make it work and wanted to vacation and not work!
3) I think they are putting out a good effort overall with a heated pool and activities on site. However it is a park in which many people live full/part time with a lot of rigs stored for the summer and you have that element to deal with. The shower said no hot water until "Thursday" and it was Friday (?) but I had hot water for the shower. - Portable Paradise
Mar 2015 - $1.00
Older "woman" at the front desk of this park is about the most unfriendly person I've ever come across in my eight years of RV-ing. The pool looks dated, the sites are stacked on top of each other and the area around the park is rundown. The place was packed with snowbirds, so she not so politely told me there were no available spots for my stay. In the end what a blessing because the park is a dump. - LeoRunner
Mar 2013 - $43.00
This was our 1st trip in our 1st RV. We were down for Bike Week in neighboring Daytona Beach. Check in was a breeze. Staff was very nice and gave us a great spot near the entrance. Easy pull in and out. After parking and disconnecting the truck, we noticed we couldn't use our awning because of a tree so close to us. It's rather tight but I could have been more attentive during setup. The park was very quiet at night which was nice. The only thing I didn't care for was that we were not allowed to keep our Harley at our site. They do this to keep the noise down at night but I had to go buy a cover to keep the dirt off my bike in their "bike corral" Leaving my $30,000 bike in an open corral was not making me sleep well despite having security on duty. Other than that, we would recommend this campground. If we go back down that way we would most certainly stay there again. - roadkingdh