27 RV Parks near Orange Lake, Florida
We did however find 27 campgrounds within 25 miles of Orange Lake. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Orange Lake in the left hand column.
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
Mar 2013 - $11.00
If you are thinking that you will have access to Orange lake, think again. Orange Lake is a swamp except for a dredged channel that does not come near to here. The lake levels have not been high enough for over 25 years. http://www.gainesville.com/article/20111222/articles/111229828?p=1&tc=pg for details. This park is OK for overnight or an inexpensive Passport site for a few days. The depressing part of the situation are the dry boat shelters rusting at the site. WIFI good. Cable Great. Back to back sites so if full it might be tight. - easydoesit
Feb 2012 - $16.00
We loved this park. The owner is a delight and she made sure we got the site we wanted, and this park has unbelievable wifi, which is important to us. Seriously fast and easily available. The workers in the park were all helpful and the long term residents were also friendly and open and not at all "scary". We would definitely stay here again, and may just do the whole winter next year. - Jimbo23
Jul 2011 - $11.00
If you are looking for a "Fancy" park, don't stay here. McIntosh is a historical little town with lovely Victorian style homes. The park is at the end of the main side street, and very simple. It's not new, but very clean. Superb staff, and they are very responsive. Mobile homes adjacent to the park, but clean and neat. Grassy sites abound, and very quiet for the most part. This is our second stay, and not our last. If the lake level ever comes back up to make this the waterfront marina park it was, it would be a '10' in my book! - The Ear Vinery
Mar 2017 - $35.00
We made an overnight unscheduled stop at this park trying to get back on schedule after an unanticipated tow vehicle repair way back up the road. I mean arrive at 9:00 pm and leave soon after the office opened at 8 am. We arranged the reservation over the phone in route earlier in the day and the process was handled smoothly. We got the last site they had, a basic pull through at the front of the park, easy in/easy out which suited our purposes well. That is, until the dumpsters which were also conveniently located right by our site were emptied very noisily at 4:00 am. This is really a very pretty, heavily wooded park. It is very near I-75, a convenience, but I really did not hear the highway. Quite a few park models on one side of the park and RV's on the other. I would say most were long term winter dwellers. It was obviously a well maintained park. I would stay here again if I was staying in the Ocala area, hopefully at a site a little further away from the dumpsters. The rate given is the daily overnight rate. - one_strange_texan
Jan 2017 - $21.00
This was a great campground for an overnight stay, especially with the Passport America rate. It would be pretty nice for a longer stay in the area as well. It's far enough away from the interstate to be very quiet, but close enough to be convenient. The entire campground is heavily wooded and feels rustic but clean. Some of the sites are rather close together, but others are larger and have decent spacing. It looks like there are many long-term residents but their lots are clean and attractive unlike some other RV parks. Our site was level, and we had good AT&T and Verizon signal, but the campground WiFi was extremely slow. The campground is large enough that we had plenty of places to walk our dog. There is a fenced dog run but it's tiny and only suitable for the smallest of dogs. We'd return here. - LifeRebooted
Sep 2016 - $12.00
Nice park. We stayed for a week. Very friendly residents. Lots of permanent rigs, but nicely done. No satellite reception, however - lots of shade. - Campingcorgi
Mar 2013 - $24.00
The name says it all. This is an access to two lakes. There is a boat ramp, docks and bait and tackle shop. The RV sites are grass with a small concrete pad for a patio/picnic table. The longer term residents are friendly and helpful as is the owner/manager. It is pretty much out in the country surrounded by Wildlife Management Areas and close by a state park. We would stay here again if in the Gainesville area. - trailertraveler
Apr 2017 - $9.00
Stayed two days in 27 foot motorhome with tow car in site 46. Campground was a pleasant surprise. I was expecting something sunny and found it located in a beautiful shady oak hammock. Spaces were fairly far apart and there was some vegetation between most of the sites. Huge park. Drove to north end to walk the trail into the middle of the preserve. Hot and sunny and no shade. Interesting and informative interpretive signs. Bison and horses far away in the distance. More alligators then I have seen in one place in Florida -- including a 10 foot one sunning himself in the middle of the trail -- and I've canoed camped and lived in Florida since the 50s so that is saying something. My site -- and some others -- required leveling blocks. - SoloRed
Jan 2017 - $18.00
Our site was fine but an adjoining site backed into ours, so privacy was non existent. Its a quiet park & would stay again & again. Level site. - kettlebelle
Dec 2016 - $12.00
Some great hiking and biking trails on this very large state park. We have driven across this prairie on I-75 for decades but finally stopped to see what was there. A lot! They are trying to restore the prairie to its its pre-developement days of the late 1800's. They have a beautiful new visitors center. - ournextstop
Sep 2016 - $55.00
Stayed during the labor day weekend and had a relaxing time. - Michael mansfield
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
May 2017 - $32.00
We were looking for a clean, quiet campground near Ocala, for one night while traveling north, with FHU and a pull-thru site that wouldn't take us too far out of our way. Wandering Oaks certainly fit the bill! There are mature trees, with some sites there, and a large field area with a few trees. In FL, trees are wonderful for the shade, but can make maneuvering a big rig a challenge sometimes. This park is very well-maintained, clean and best of all, only 2.5 miles from I-75, and a few hundred yards from route 301, our route north. The park was mostly empty (time of year) so we had no one on either side of us. Friendly person checked us in. We'll definitely be back. - StateofMaineStateofMind
Feb 2017 - $28.00
Large sites and decent weekly rate. Convenient to Ocala and Silver Springs. We were under the trees which is nice for shade, but had to get on the roof to clean the slides before leaving. They have Dish TV now which was one of the best cable hookups we've had at a park. We also had a couple of bars of verizon. Everyone we met was friendly. We would stay here again when we are in the area. - jtl2
Dec 2016 - $30.00
Very large (45' x 100') sites which are all grass and no privacy between sites in the big open field, but at least you're not on top of each other. There are also sites in the trees. Each site has a picnic table and full hookups. Group fire pit and a rec room. Great place for dogs with all the grass and a fenced in dog park. Wifi didn't work for us at all but Verizon was LTE and hotspot was strong. Unlike another reviewer we thought everyone was pleasant and friendly. 4 each washers and dryers for $1.50 each. We would stay here again if in the area. - thekites
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
Apr 2017 - $60.00
Large park with over 400 spaces, many are park models but all very well maintained. Staff escorts you to site and assists with parking. Site was level and large. Lots of grassy areas for walking dogs. The only negative was the trash dumpsters were not emptied frequently enough and were overflowing onto the ground. - Carol Warren
Apr 2017 - $25.00
One of the best looking parks we have stayed at. Buildings and grounds are very well maintained . There are all kinds of activities. Sometimes you actually have to choose which one to attend. I give it an 8 because the WIFI is very, very poor. The water pressure is so low I used the holding tank and pump to get a good shower. The electric had a lot of power bumps, and the Florida department of health closed 2 of the facilities in the park. The rate is for a 5 month stay, - thesilverback
Mar 2017 - $50.00
This was our second time visiting this park. It was super clean and quiet. The spaces are well thought out with plenty of distance in between each. Considering the amount of spaces this park has it was still so quiet. They had many activities planned as this is a Snowbird stop and it was the last weekend before they start their trek home. They have added the nicest dog park beside the huge one at the entrance. The new one is very shady and very clean. They also added a stage which we saw a live band and they were outstanding. Not much to do in town but there are a few stores within a mile or so and a couple of restaurants you could walk or bike too if you don't have a vehicle. Hookups were close and no issues with electric. WiFi is available but we couldn't get it work and gave up as we just left a State Park with no Wifi so we were used to being disconnected and were just fine with that. - Meri S.
Dec 2016 - $45.00
I agree with most of what has been described by previous reviewers. I just wanted to add a couple of things I experienced. We meet some of the most friendly and kind people we've had the pleasure of camping near. As soon as we got settled we were invited over to their site where 7 0r 8 neighbors were just sitting around enjoying each others company. I have never been more welcomed in a campground.
Please take your time backing in to your site. There are some weird angles and it is tight. Once in the sites they are plenty long enough and dead level. When we were leaving a couple was trying to get in the site next to us with a 40ft 5th wheel. The driver cut it too much and broke out the whole back window of his truck. I wouldn't wish that on anybody. A word of caution. - Shady Spring
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