7 Parks near Pahokee, Florida
Pahokee, Florida (map) | (561) 924-7832
Sites: 115 | Latest Rate: $30.00 | 9 Reviews
Feb 2016 - $30.00
This park was in a beautiful spot with RV looking out on Lake Okeechobee but is a place I will never return to. Hats off to the young lady who was looking after the park as she was above & beyond in kindness and understanding! The area itself is very frightening and seems to be struggling with incredible poverty and high crime rates. Not a safe feeling when you go through the town or away from your RV. Booked for 1 month, stayed 5 nights. - Carol-Ann
Jan 2011 - $80.00
Stayed here for our second time and loved it. No wind whatsoever and we happened to be there for their grand opening of Big Bertha's tiki bar. They had a live band and specials all day. Laid out by the pool and relaxed for most of the day. Overall a good experience, at night it was very calming and relaxing and you can't beat the sunset! - Debbie23
Dec 2010 - $35.00
Nice grassy sites - just be sure to bring the ant spray! The "new" restaurant is nice, but the service leaves something to be desired. We went to a New Years eve party there - the drink prices changed every drink and the waitress "forgot" to bring back my change. If reserving a site past the cabins, bring a bike as the bath house and pool is a mile away. Don't let the run down campers near the office scare you - these are the permanent residents and they pretty much leave you alone. Bring everything you'll want as the town is run down and you need to travel 10 miles to the next nearest town. Overall a nice place - every site is waterfront and there is a large marina. Each site has it's own firering, so bring wood or you'll pay $10 for a small bag in the office. - bbnh2000
Mar 2016 - $26.00
One of the cleanest RV parks we stayed at in Florida. Lots nicely spaced, clean, quiet. Beautiful area. Stayed a week. - Wynn67
Feb 2016 - $25.00
The South Bay RV park is a very well maintained by the county and offers boat ramp access to Lake Okeechobee right outside the parks gates which was extremely convenient. The park also has a small lake and canal you can fish in. South Bay left a little to be desired as town in regards to shopping but is only a short drive from a large town. The front office staff was extremely nice. My family and I loved are stay here and plan to come back very soon. - ExperiencedCamper1
Jan 2016 - $25.00
South Bay RV is a Palm Beach county CG at the SE of Lake Okeechobee just west of Belle Glade with easy access. It is large with moderate spacing between paved sites and paved roads with grass and some trees between sites. Two large loops all back in sites. There is a Shiner Lake between the loops with a walking path about it, part paved, part not paved. The bath house was clean and had a screened in laundry at the entrance. One playground. Price/nite was $25 plus tax for $29. Lots of long stay big A RVs. An exceptionally class act RV park. - 210jem
Apr 2016 - $30.00
This was a one night stopover in our 38' pusher coach towing a vehicle. Got a pull thru at the very back of the park by their storage lot. The roads in this older park are VERY narrow. I was barely able to swing our rig around in the grass field to line up with a site, which was also grass and on a little hill. If it had been wet or raining I would have been stuck for sure. I did get the coach leveled, thankfully. The electric was very erratic so we couldn't use the m'wave. Glad we didn't need the a/c. The park was quiet and the WiFi was excellent at our site. Would not stay here again. - Cap'n Easy
Jan 2016 - $31.00
Old Florida charm! This park is immaculately clean and well kept. It is older with many older park models but the lots are well taken care of with many having interlocking pavers. There is always ground maintenance trimming the trees and hedges and changing the garbage cans. There are lots of activities and the people are very friendly. The owner also seems to do a lot for the residents. Free dinners, prizes for activities all come out of his pocket. This is the complete opposite of the last park I stayed at. The showers are spotless, there is a huge library and the clubhouse is older but decent. I will definitely be back. - love to travel64
Oct 2010 - $32.00
If you could rate a CG a zero it would fit this place. Travel Life rating 7/8*/8. Yeah, right. The RV site I was assigned to (one of maybe 2)was just about in this guy's side yard next to his mobile home, just a few steps from the screened patio. He is very nice person and I guess he is used to RVs next to him, but I'm not comfortable camping in someones back (side) yard while they watch TV in the patio. The CG is about 99.9% permanent RVs. It is clean and quiet. My full hook up site with sewer, that was extra, wasn't level enough get my unit totally level so trying to dump was in vain. I was escorted to the site which you had to go the wrong way down a one way road to get to. You have to go the wrong way again to get out. I will never return to the CG - DBCooper
Nov 2012 - $39.00
Nights Stayed – 3 Park Overall – The Park is a typical South FL RV Park, with very small sites. There is a lake in the park with many sites on the lake. There are no trees to speak of in the park. The park has well maintained paved roads. All sites are grass; most have cement patios. Overall the park is in need of upgrades which is taking place. The park residents were mainly there for the winter season. RV Type Used - 5th Wheel 28 Ft, one slide. My Site (143) – The site is small, narrow and long, with ample space to back in with little difficult. The site is level and on the lake. Bath house is nearby. What We Did – Bass Fishing – Restroom –Very clean, hand soap and hand drier provided. Bath – Very clean, but heat was not required in Nov. Cell Service - Verizon worked, 3+ bars - 3G at lease Internet Access – NA – We connected via Verizon Hotspot on our phone. Satellite TV – Reception no problem on any site. Basic Shopping – There is Wal-Mart, 6 miles from the park. Dining – Tiki Grill on the canal has great food, a wonderful water front view and the food and atmosphere is the best. Most Bass Tournaments weigh in at the Tiki Marina which is open to the public. Would I Return – Yes, best in the area from what I saw. - johnrobertpowers
Jan 2009 - $35.00
We spent 3 months here last winter. We are not going back this year. The campground itself was very nice. The people who worked there also very nice. The best thing about this place is that it's located on the very edge of town with a paved sidewalk into town. It takes about 15 minutes to bike to the grocery store and hardware. The town is a good location for visiting both the Ft. Myers area on the Gulf of Mexico and Miami on the Atlantic. The town has a small movie theater that was very nice. The town has no movie rental store. The very worst thing about this park is the near by sugar plant. The smell is truly awful. We would leave town when there was a Southwest wind. That is why we will not return. Another thing about this park is that 90% of the campers are from French Canada, so most of the activities are in French. Everyone was super nice to us but we still felt a little left out. - mouldsfn
Feb 2006 - $35.00
The park was ok. We just spent one night passing thru. The woman I talked with on the phone was very nice. The woman that checked us in at the guard shack was the nastiest person I have ever dealt with at a campground. Incredible! Won't stop there again. Too bad, overall the park is ok. - karonb
Clewiston, Florida (map) | (863) 983-7078
Sites: 115 | Latest Rate: $35.00 | 18 Reviews
Dec 2015 - $35.00
The Clewiston / Lake Okechobee RV park is small and lacks amenities. I have since stayed at another wonderful park nearby. The park borders a cow field and is near loud train tracks and the highway. I found the website allures the park to be something it is not. The park claims to have free WiFi which in the first part of my stay did not work at all. After I was told it was repaired, I still wasn't able to even check my email let alone stream a movie. The spots are unpaved and maintained horribly. The restrooms showers are filthy. Aside from the close proximity to the town I was disappointed in my stay at the park. It is well worth the short drive to stay in the many other wonderful parks nearby. - ExperiencedCamper1
Mar 2014 - $34.00
We stayed in this park for 5 months and loved every minute of it. It is in a rural setting and the spaces are generous and grassy with lots of trees. They have propane on site which is so handy. There are plenty of activities if you are interested in that kind of thing. It is only a few miles to town which makes it very convenient. We will be sure to stay there if we're ever in South Florida again. - WOMING RAMBLERS
Nov 2013 - $35.00
This campground is a few miles outside of Clewiston. It is surrounded by pastures with plenty of cows and the campground is quiet and peaceful. The staff was friendly and very helpful. My site was near the edge of the campground and the Wi-Fi reception was not very good from my site. It was much better closer to the office. Laundry facilities were clean. Nice relaxing place to stay. - User3319
Jun 2016 - $63.00
Beautiful KOA campground. The grounds were very clean and easy roads to follow. The staff was super courteous and friendly. The manager complied with our request for a shady pull-through and close to the roaring lions.
It accommodates RVs, motorhomes, tents, and for those who don't have a tent, they have huge tents and cabins, where you only bring your linen and camping gear. The pool was nice and clean. - Winny The Happy Camper
May 2016 - $75.00
Well maintained park, when I arrived I was surprised at how attentive the staff was and how helpful they were in getting me to my site. One thing I didn't care for was the campers disregard for quiet hours, I was woken to several screaming kids at 6AM (although to be expected from a family campground). I felt safe throughout my stay, not far from my house so I will certainly visit again. - A Chevalier
Jan 2016 - $75.00
Lovely park. You hear the lions roar in the morning. Large, nice pool. Good pull through spaces.
Friendly staff. - Clmhq
May 2016 - $33.00
If coming from the north be very aware of their sign. I missed it and drove 5 miles before a turn around. Very well kept location. Office staff very nice and helpful. Passport only accepted for 3 days or would have stayed longer.
$66.00 a night in Okeechobee in the summer is really over the top. Large site with pavers and fishing in the rim ditch. WPB on the antenna and clear for a satellite. Large open area for the dog. Mostly quite even with the highway so close. An enjoyable location. - Libby
Mar 2016 - $45.00
We were at this very quaint campground for several days. We understood that a bank has taken over this campground and is not putting any money into it so it could change relatively quickly. It was not in bad shape while we were there. The river at the back of the campground has a beautiful tiki hut large enough for the whole campground.
We really didn't see the staff other than check in even though she lives on site.
There is no cable here and the local channels hardly work at all so you will need satellite. We had ATT service which didn't work except in some very specific spots in the campground.
The WiFi also was spotty.
Not much in the area unless you fish.
Probably wouldn't stay again. - John Borajkiewicz
Feb 2016 - $28.00
Because this is our 1st year snow birding, our early and prior reserving where we originally wanted to be was unsuccessful. So for the month of February, we started calling around the state desperately seeking a place to stay so we wouldn't have to go back to the awful cold and snow.
We happened on this rv park via the 2016 RV Travel & Savings Guide. I called and was greeted by a very friendly manager that was accommodating. The park is security gated and we were given a remote to get back in when we left the community. The park itself is small but beautiful. Our site was quite roomy with beautiful pavers and palm trees and shrubs between us and our neighbors. Pets are welcome and need to be on leashes. The sounds of traffic on the highway right next to the park are loud but only certain times of the day. Every day there was a social hour right before sunset in the large and beautiful Chickee hut...everyone was welcome. While we were there we celebrated Super Bowl Sunday in the Clubhouse/office with the others at the park. We also had a campfire wiener roast that everyone attended. They were both enjoyable with food pitch-ins by the residents and the managers provided the meats. Our rent did not include electricity but the average daily rate even with the additional electric was only $27.50. The water was a light rusty color but didn't seem to have an odor. We drank and used bottled water. There is no laundry facility and the closest and best one was about 6 miles away. Grocery stores are 10-12 miles away. The pool is clean and beautiful but not heated. However, we did sun ourselves there. The clubhouse is roomy and very nicely decorated. We were given a pass code to get in to use it if we wanted. We had no service with our telephones 99% of the time with AT&T and Wifi was sparse. The overall experience was enjoyable. If you love fishing this is the park to be in. It sits on the canal surrounding Lake Okeechobee and has a boat launch for the residents. - Lovingretirement16