20 Parks near Oak Hill, Florida
Feb 2013 - $30.00
This place is about the water. The views are very nice. There are places to park boats, fishing and kayaking right out your door. Very laid back groove here. WI-FI is very good (but you won't be streaming anything) . - little Kahuna
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
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
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
Aug 2016 - $25.00
This is a great park as home base for exploring NSB. There are 2 other campgrounds a mile away from here as well. Very friendly management here. Laid back and quiet atmosphere, the entrance section is all mobile homes, there are also several residents around the perimeter of the park. No frills but decent sites with power, water, sewer, cable, and wifi. Our first visit last month we took the available pull through spot, this time it was occupied and we grabbed a back-in. Both sites were partially shaded, there are others that are full sun. - avbrendan
Apr 2013 - $30.00
This is an okay park for an overnight stay. Owners were very accommodating getting us in a day earlier than our expected arrival. The office is hard to find, a small shack at the end of the road and you have to go around to the back side to get in the door. Coming in after dark can be a challenge as sites are not lit and numbering is old and missing. - essentiallady
Apr 2010 - $25.00
Great place for a overnighter. Needed to meet with folks in the area; and was looking for a clean, easy and friendly place. This was it! Not crowded and convenient. - noelbob
Feb 2015 - $38.00
Permanent residents have debris outside everywhere, making the entire park look trashy. The roads are so narrow, it is difficult to navigate; however, they have not been made one way. We watched people having to back-up as they met opposing traffic. The store had virtually no product, the entire office looked like it was shutting down. - work no more
Jan 2015 - $20.00
Rate was after applying KOA discount, a Hot Deal (stay 5 nts, get 2 additional nts free) and gift card we received for Christmas. During check-in, office staff didn't know how to apply the giftcard to our balance so we had to wait about 15 mins until "the boss" could come from upstairs to show them how to do it. They told us they sold a lot of gift cards during the holidays but didn't know how to apply them! We were given one of the rare pull-thrus near the permanent residents side. Hookups were conveniently placed and site was fairly long. The transient side is mostly back-ins with cement pads or grass. The permanent side which is about 75% of the park (and where our dirt pull-thru was located) is absolutely trashy and depressing. It's basically a crowded trailer park with a lot of trash and personal items like furniture, household items and mulitple vehicles scattered around the sites. Many of the permanent residents allowed their rigs to deteriorate on site. At least one Class C mh was towed out during our stay. Our dirt pull-thru site was right next to the restroom/showers and under huge spanish oaks. Small off leash dog park. Cable was ok with lots of channels. There were 5 wifi repeaters all over the park but none worked consistently so we kept getting dropped and decided to use our own wifi after a couple days. Used shower once, very clean and good water pressure. Men's showers were very busy in the morning and many people drove to take a shower and would park in front of and around our mh because there isn't a designated parking area for the showers. Laundry room was huge with 12 washers and 8 dryers ($2.25 per load, 25 ct to dry). Very tight interior roads and if you have to drive thru the permanent side to get out, you risk hitting cars and golfcarts that are parked on the road. The area around the park is economically depressed but it's close to Cape Canaveral and convenient to the highway. Would never stay here again. - Flippitti
Nov 2014 - $39.00
Nice park that is away from busy I-95 with vey level concrete pads and landscaping between spaces. We were escorted to our site and shown all connections and they made sure we were ok before leaving-nice! The pool was sparkling clean. Some permanents in one section, but not trashy and the people were friendly. - ronboett
Jul 2016 - $23.00
This location has stayed a very nice stopover for us over the years. They keep up with their maintenance. The pool furniture looked pretty new. WIFI at the clubhouse. Still in the Passport system. - Libby
Jul 2016 - $21.00
Very nice accessible park close to I-95. We stayed 1 night while travelling off season in our class B MH - no slides or toad. Timer on shower was a pain, but can be outsmarted. Very nice staff. Cash only for Passport discount. Gate entry gives a bit of extra security. We would stay here again. - KAZIMIRA
Jun 2016 - $21.00
Stayed five days during a holiday weekend. Many snowbirds have left so we had no problem getting in this park, and it was pretty quiet. Since we got the Passport America rate we had to pay cash. We stayed in a premium site in an area which has large, paved, level back-in sites. There is no shade in this area. There are a fair number of permanent RVs but many were closed up for the summer. There are two pools next to the clubhouse, one is a lap pool. A small book exchange and a few exercise machines are in the clubhouse. Laundry is $1.50/load. The park is gated and the staff keep it very clean. We noticed a tennis court, small nature trail, horseshoe pit, pickleball area, several small ponds but since it is not peak season, no one was using these amenities. The wifi worked well for us and cable tv is available. The office staff are friendly and helpful. - mohocamper
May 2016 - $45.00
Stayed here while we toured the area.
Very nice park, courteous staff,
Great value in their off season. - happyflyer
Mar 2016 - $65.00
Willow Lakes is a lovely park. It receives top marks for everything. The only negative is the Wifi. We could not access as often as we would have liked.
Quality and appearance of the park was definitely 5 stars. Roads were easy to navigate through. All sites were large. - Miners2
May 2015 - $20.00
While this is a very nice facility and is well appointed. We were disappointed in that we were twice quoted a Passport America rate of $110/week prior to arriving. Once we had set our plans and arrived at the park the rate became $147/week and the office personnel would not honor the twice quoted previous rate. As a result, we would not return since these are not honorable people. - Bob & Stephanie
Feb 2011 - $35.00
Excellent: perfect campground for planning space shuttle launch viewings, very close to Titusville, no deposit required, no check-in or check-out time, very flexible, very friendly staff, customer service is the best, restaurant bar serves excellent foods and drinks, great prices, airboat rides are excellent and fun too. Needs improvement: Hatbill Road into the campground is not paved, super bumpy road, they need to have this road paved, terrible shaking while driving in. The RV sites are all on grass so you will have to find the perfect spot and use blocks to help get perfectly level. No sewer connections but there is a dump station. Has tons of mosquitoes. - univmd
Jan 2010 - $25.00
What a great place. We love the peace and quiet of being on the river without all the city/traffic noises. Air boats are right in the area, but the sound didn't bother us. There is a restaurant/bar & grill on the premises with great food. Management couldn't have been better. Top notch people. Huge area for animals/kids to play. If you are looking for "resort" with all the fancy stuff you never use, this isn't the place. If you want nature, solitude and beauty, you'll love it here. We will definitely be back. Would have given it a 10 if they had septic. - palmersfour