38 RV Parks near Palm Harbor, Florida
Mar 2014 - $18.00
Nice campground. Close to beach and restaurants. Camp hosts were great. Friendly residents and workers. Walking/biking path across street. Rate reflects PA rate. - Sleeps Two
Mar 2014 - $30.00
Nice enough place, but very tight. If you stop here try to not park by the fence directly adjacent to Route 19A. We had traffic about 20 feet from our heads in bed which was not nice when bars close and bikers are out. I thought we'd get used to it but did not. Good enough social scene and nice folks. Warm pool. Rate reflects $212 spent for a week's stay. - KED1950
Nov 2013 - $31.00
Older park with many permanents. Staff very friendly as are the residents. Made friends instantly. Only complaint was the internet. We were warned (by the host connection) that we can use the net, but sparingly. It is Wi-Fi, but very slow and you are told that if you go past a point where you used up so many bytes, you are knocked offline. That did not happen to us, but it still bothered me since I had no way to access the system to see how much I had used. Reminded me of high speed when it first came out. "Ok, we have high speed and if you don't use it, the system will be faster." - Ted Morgen
Jun 2017 - $22.00
This is our second stay at this park. The park is nicely maintained with pretty regular maintenance and upkeep. The park is mostly full time manufactured homes or stationary RV's of different types. Spots are reasonably spaced apart with the ones on the lake closer together than those farther away. Very few pull-throughs but plenty of storage space for tow dollies or trailers. Roads are well kept with no potholes. Although we didn't use the bathrooms, showers or laundry, they were all well kept up. There is a nice sized lake with a large gazebo with fans and plenty of seating. They also have a very nice swimming pool. The folks who run the office couldn't be nicer or try to be more accommodating. The location is good, not far from the beaches, shopping or downtown Clearwater or St. Pete. Good cell phone services, decent wifi, but no cable tv.
Pricing is consistent for this area. Off season is pretty reasonable, especially the monthly rate. Monthly rates are good but do not include electric. In season, pricing goes up more than $200.00 per month. It makes sense, because by the beginning of summer, the park is completely booked during the winter. The price, is however, very competitive with neighboring parks (some of which offer less for the money). This is not an area of brand new, high end parks.
All and all, a good place to stay. We have already made reservations to come back a few times during the next year. - Ivan46
Dec 2016 - $90.00
Very quiet even though filled to capacity. Friendly staff. Close to Pinellas bike trail. - KimP
Sep 2014 - $20.00
Located close to the Gulf coast just down the street from quaint Dunedin FL this park was convenient to major shopping. It left us with a warm, homey feeling. You can tell there are lots of long term folks who live here and some of the mobile homes and RVs look quite run down (that's the sad part). The park itself is maintained and has a little lake with water birds and a resident swan. We had a spot right on the lake in the mornings we often could hear seagulls! I felt like we were on the beach at times, that was cool. No cable, even though the connectors are there. We use an electric powered antenna and the TV channels available were hard to get. Bring your own MiFi too because, as with many parks, the "free Wifi" is well, you get what you pay for. The rate was with our Escapees Discount. I would stay here again. We stayed for four nights. - Agroads
Jul 2017 - $35.00
We stayed at Caladesi RV park for 5 nights on our way to Key West. The staff was same as our last visit and courteous as always. Had a small glitch with the breaker panel which was immediately resolved. Going back in September for winter and look forward to our stay. Would highly recommend. - KimP
Jun 2017 - $35.00
I had read a few reviews that were several years old that were pretty negative so I was a little worried checking in but they were the only ones in the area in budget. We did a drive-thru first and we're real impressed with the looks of the place especially considering what we had read. We paid for one week and for 3 days we were very happy the pool is clean the neighbors and and staff were very friendly. On the evening of the third day we received a phone call informing us of a family emergency. We explained our situation to the lady in the office she promised a full refund. Less than 5 minutes after leaving Caladesi I received a text message with a picture of my receipt. I am looking very forward to my next stay hopefully in just a few months. Thank you again Caladesi for being so understanding I truly did not expect a full refund for everyday I didn't use. In my opinion you went above and beyond! - Sandy and Ron
May 2017 - $35.00
We have been at Caladesi RV Park for 7 months in our Class A motor home. The owners have been updating the park and paving the roads and sites. Friendly and helpful. The pool is well maintained and would benefit with a few umbrellas for shade. Extremely dog friendly. - Karen Weiss
Jul 2016 - $42.00
**** Park is Closed ******
Nice park, lots of snow birds in the winter. People treat you like family. Unfortunately they lost their lease in July 2016, and the park is closed for good. - Roaming Productions
Dec 2008 - $35.00
The spots are very close together. The park is clean and the staff is friendly but it is an older park and the electricity needs to be updated to support the newer RVs. Would recommend it for a short stay but I would never stay here for an extended period of time. This park is no longer a KOA. - DanC
Dec 2007 - $35.00
We stayed just one night at this park. It was nothing special, but it was very quiet and peaceful, and the requirement for us was that it was very close to the Tarpon Springs Sponge Dock area. We traveled with our Golden Retriever and Chinese crested, and had no problems. We checked in about 6pm and left around 8am in the morning so we really didn't get to look around much, but they charged for Wi-fi internet. The site we had was a back-in, and was gravel with water, electric and sewage. I wouldn't recommend staying here for more than a couple of nights at the most, there are some nicer places for extended stays, but I would stay here again to visit Tarpon Springs. - MPD334
Jun 2017 - $45.00
We have stayed at this park several times and have enjoyed the friendliness of the office staff, the excellent swimming pool, and the also the excellent pull through sites that we have used. No cable available. WiFi is anemic unless you use it while at the office. The park is well maintained, and they have added lots of nice landscaping since our last visit. The problem this time, which we have never experienced before, was mosquitoes, hordes of them, day and night. Mosquitoes are a problem in the area because of significant rainfall lately, but I don't think the park is doing anything proactively to address their own problem. They say they have asked the county to spray the wet areas, but I don't think they have done anything to mitigate the problem themselves. The county is not going to address the mosquitoes in the public bathroom or at the sites closest to the drainage ditch running behind some RV's or the wetland closest to some RV's. Getting county instructions on how to be proactive is something I expect when I am paying a daily rate to stay on the site. Marked public restroom (non-air conditioned one) down because of hordes of mosquitoes. - TPA17801
Apr 2017 - $56.00
Love this park. The Pinellas bike trail is accessible within a block of the park. You can ride as far as St. Petersburg and North to Tarpon Springs. Riding into the lovely town of Dunedin is fabulous! You are only 3\4 mile from the Dunedin causeway that takes you to Honeymoon Island. Beautiful beaches! If you need the Blue Moon Inn for family or friends, I would highly recommend it! The ONLY negative is the bugs, which can be unbearable. The no see ums are awful! Need lots of nontoxic bug juice! - CLeslie57
Mar 2017 - $71.00
This park has two separate sections. The front is FHU 50 amp pull-thru sites with paved pad and patio. The back section is for long term residents and are more gravel and grass sites. Overall, this park was good with nice pool, shuffleboard, bean bag toss, laundry rooms and clubhouse with some activities run by residents. WiFi worked fine in front section, not sure about back area. Great biking trails all around the area with access right in front of RV park. Nice park, but a bit overpriced for our liking, but that seems to be true in all of Florida. - krb
Dec 2015 - $50.00
To call this place an old rundown trailer park would not be fair. To say it's a quaint park reminiscent of days gone by would be an overstatement. The location is it selling point. Minutes from the docks yet in a quiet part of town. It's on the water and by the looks of it there are boat docks available. If you're planning a night or two in Tarpon Springs to do the tourist thing this is a good place so long as you keep your expectations to a minimum. - plove
Dec 2011 - $40.00
I agree completely with the previous review. This is a convenient CG for visiting the Sponge Docks and we enjoyed our walks into town. The CG contains mainly park models and there are probably 5-6 overnight spots. The sites are rock gravel, level, and have full hook-up in the rear (pretty sure I saw 50amp. Call ahead to make sure). There is a narrow cement slab for your chairs. I backed our 21' TT in easily but another larger trailer was not able to fit and left the CG. My best guess is that RVs 28'-30' will fit. Site was too narrow to open the awning fully. Owner was very friendly as were many of the guests. Laundry room had big front loading washers and dryers. We would definitely return. - Traveler_2011
Jan 2010 - $35.00
Don’t come here looking for a full-service resort. What you get is primarily a park-model situation with only a few really small transient spots. There’s no CATV but the amplified antenna pulls in 30 HDTV digital channels. The owner says there’s no Wi-Fi, but we received someone’s net quite well. Although we didn’t require it, he also advertised a restroom, shower and a 3-machine laundry. The really nice part is that you’re only a 10-minute walk from the Sponge Dock, an historical Greek village with lots of history. The restaurants serve beautifully done Greek food and the shops concentrate on sponge, hand-made soap and touristy stuff. The transient sites were great for our 30-footer, but a big rig would never fit. Be sure to reserve, as we saw another couple get turned away. Also, arrive with cash: they don’t accept credit cards. Could be considered a bit road-noisy, but it’s your choice: $ 100 for the KOA 10 miles down SR 19 or 35 bucks a night right here in town. - ebdavis
Apr 2017 - $85.00
This is a fairly well maintained campground, but the staff was not overly helpful at check in. Interior roads are asphalt and big rig access was fair. Our site was fairly spacious, we had space for our towed, plenty of shade trees, and a picnic table, however we had no privacy at all. The pull in pad was gravel and level, and we had a lovely view over the picnic area to the river, it was quiet with no road noise. The campground is very mixed with old junky mobile homes and full time RV's. Bathrooms were old and outdated but clean, I did not use the laundry. Pet friendly we saw lots of dogs here, and doggie bags are provided. Wifi was fine as was AT&T. We would stay here again, but only if we could get sites 208/209/210, which had more space, a lovely view of the river and felt less claustrophobic than the rest of the tightly packed campground, also there was no convenient place to hook up our towed. We felt the campground was too expensive for what it offered. - tobyjug
Apr 2017 - $72.00
First time at Hickory Point. There are waterfront, water view and inland sites. We had a water front site, full hook up, with a great view of the Anclote river. Site was gravel/crushed shell. Had to stay back at least 10 feet from seawall to level the Rig. Picnic table on site but leaned towards water. Sites were close. Park is tight to navigate for big rig, but we took it slow and had no issues. Laundry room is outdated. The park does need some upkeep as water front sites aren't level, sandy fronts and need a refresh of gravel/crushed shells. There are a few permanent mobile homes. No dog park, a small grass area to walk dogs. However, what a great location that is why I gave this park a 7. If you want to be close to the water, this park has direct water access. They have an internal park with boat ramp that you can launch small boat or kayaks. The park also has seating to watch the sunset out in the Gulf. - KKColorado
Apr 2017 - $60.00
We use rvparkreviews.com for every park we book. This one I should've realized that there was only one prior review; i'm guessing it was from a relative. This NOT a 10 park, at best my overall rating is 6 at best. This is a mixed park, a number of old mobile homes and full time rv's. The driveways are very tight as well as the spots. I'm not looking forward to pulling out in the morning as there are two trees flanking the exit (which you can only go one way) and branches will be scraping my 2 year old full body paint. Not happy! As in most parks, the wifi is intermittent. We didn't use the bathrooms but the building looks old. I've included a picture of the office; you don't see too many parks with an office like this. If you really can find anything else in this area go somewhere else. What bothered me the most was that there were larger sites which were empty which would've made it easier to get my 40' 5th wheel in easier, but they gave me a site which was quite small (on the same stretch of road and at the same cost) - North America in 90 days
Jan 2017 - $28.00
We've spent 2 winters (Jan.1st- May 1st) at Fay's so I guess that says we like it! The operator and her son are old school straight shooters with no surprises. Nice rustic Florida setting. Reasonable rates. Pasco county park only 1 mile away with beautiful beaches. In a 20-mile radius: Ruth Eckerdt Hall, Greek center of Tarpon Springs, Tampa Bay Downs Racetrack, and anything in between! We would recommend Fay's to anyone looking for a no-frills affordable RV park. This website made us put a dollar amount per night, but we paid monthly so the day rate is approximate.
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Oct 2016 - $23.00
This was our second stay here. It is a small no frills park with dirt roads and spaces. The spaces are level, but no picnic tables or fire rings. Water pressure and electric hook up were all good. The owner is very nice and the people we met there were very friendly. - esta34950
Mar 2015 - $18.00
This is an old RV park (looks like 1970's) at the end of a dead end road. Our site only took a little bit to get level. Passport America book lists them as having multiple electric options (15, 30, 50), but our site is only 50 amp. We are wedged in next to the office and there is lots of overbrush - nothing pretty about this park. Supposed to have wifi, but it's locked and office staff never offered the password. When we first pulled in, two staffers came outside and acted like we weren't expected, even though we called ahead nine days ago. Cash or check only, which wasn't disclosed ahead of time. We will not stay here again. - dmnm04
Apr 2014 - $26.00
We have been staying at the Silver Dollar for many years, usually in the off season, while visiting family and friends in the area. The price is good compared to the few other parks in the area, but I must say the RV spots are getting more and more run down - broken slabs, weeds, broken tree branches and trash everywhere. On the plus side, the laundry is clean and priced right, nice safe areas for morning/evening walks and it is quiet (on the golf side) especially at night. Don't know if we will be there again, unless they clean the RV area up a bit. - housecar
Jan 2014 - $23.00
Wow, the only thing I can say is this park is not big rig friendly. Tight turning and very short sites make this a challenge to larger campers like our 36 foot travel trailer. You cannot get your rig and tow vehicle on the same site. Our hitch was at the curb of the road and the rear had about 1 foot of space before the electric post. I totally agree with the other review below about noise and how busy it it. More for the permanent homes; RV lots are an afterthought. Seems the RV sites were laid out in the 50s and 60s before folks started buying larger RVs. Would stay here again only if there was nothing else in the area...or maybe not go at all. - clicker
Dec 2013 - $25.00
Camping sites are OK, but small. The concrete pads are broken. Driveways are small between trailers making it difficult to park. Lots of noise from the gun club during the day. Lots of traffic all day since the parking lot for the club house is adjacent to the camping area. There are no restroom facilities at the camping area. Toilets are available at the golf clubhouse. I would recommend this place for overnight or a short stay, but only if your rig has it's own toilet/bath facilities. - R V Camper
Feb 2017 - $28.00
This is not a luxury resort. They are a 9 in their class. Grass sites with concrete patio. Patio's need work in some sites. This is our third winter here and they are improving some sites each year. Staff is great. Realistically I can't think of any improvements other than the patio's that could be made. - Beas
Oct 2016 - $37.00
Staff very helpful. Sites very clean and easy access. Everything taken care of. Nice for pets. - Long distances traveler
Oct 2016 - $37.00
I stayed here, because a resident referred me. The sites are all back-in sites. They are fairly close, but I am more used to State-Park type of room, so may be a little biased. If the neighboring sites are occupied and you aren't used to backing your rig, I'd suggest passing.
Backing in can be a problem, since the roads are not real wide and a lot of times someone owns the area across from where you are trying to get into. This means you can't count on using the extra space across from you to help straighten out. No matter what you are doing, you will likely be driving on the grass either beside or across from your site.
There is a mix of permanent, long-term, and transient campers here.
The staff is nice and the price is great for the area.
Pet campers are segregated from non-pets. I thought it kind of weird, but I saw this in many Florida campgrounds.
The property is fairly well kept, the bath-houses are clean, and the location allows for good access to area attractions, etc.
The sites were getting soggy (more rain than normal), but the management was pouring gravel in the sites, which needed it the most.
Would I stay here again? Maybe. - ben31rv