26 Parks near Port Orange, Florida
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Large park with a large amount of permanent trailers. The long term residents didn't seem to be to friendly. They would walk by and not even give a wave or say hi. The site we were in was right next to the pool. We were the only ones to use it in the 3 days we were here. We didn't use the park showers but the restrooms needed freshening up, but were clean. When we come back to Daytona we probably find some where else to stay just because we like a friendlier environment and a little closer to the big beaches of Daytona. - Fun finders
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
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
Jan 2016 - $38.00
This is an older park with narrow, paved roads. Most sites are back-in, gravel pad, and some more narrow than others. This time of the year all the 50amp sites were taken; if you need 50amp be sure to get reservations early. The book exchange offers books in both English and French. We use a Verizon MiFi for internet so did not use the park's service. Amenities include the recreation hall, TV room, laundry, heated pool, and shuffleboard area. - DiplomatTraveler
Dec 2015 - $35.00
For the second time our reserved 50 amp site was not "in the computer".
So we were put in a 30 amp space that was a very tight fit.
We were visiting friends nearby and decided to stay.
The sites are not paved, concrete or gravelled. Very close together but sunny and open. - REV DON
Oct 2013 - $65.00
Have stayed here several times prior. Great location, pleasant staff. Unfortunately, we arrived in this area a week sooner than our norm to find what is referred to as an "event". The charge was $65 for first night & $85 for second. No discounts apply? Plenty of space, great 50 amp. Sad about pricing. Buyer beware! - saddletramp
Feb 2016 - $45.00
We stayed at this park for an afternoon to visit family so we didn't have much time to explore the park. What we saw was very good. The personnel were friendly & helpful. They led us to our space & guided us in. The office was very nice with an impressive "gift shop". Garbage pick up at your site. We were parked close together & the park was packed. It is early spring in Florida & that is to be expected. There was a concrete pad at our site but no picnic table. When we asked we were surprised to hear a picnic table makes it a deluxe site & cost $10 more. We have stayed at lots of campgrounds some were not what you would call great but they all had picnic tables. We have stayed at KOA's in the past & they all had picnic tables. Deluxe sites had fire pits, etc. - Connie's Co-Owner
Nov 2014 - $45.00
Exciting stay for me and my son. We visited for about 3-4 days. Nice pool with showers. Very spacious and friendly campers. We had to borrow an air pump for our mattress, no problem. Will be back. - captain spoke
Jul 2013 - $60.00
We were greeted by friendly staff with big smiles. Our site was great, was level where we parked. A very well kept clean campground with a family atmosphere...we will be returning. - axeher
Jul 2015 - $40.00
This is among the bad RV parks we have stayed. No gardens, No Pool, Bath house was dirty and looked like it has not been cleaned in over a week. The grass was so tall it had gone to seed. The ant were plentiful. And the worker could care less. I can say my dogs did not get fleas. ( which I was very worried about) There are several better campground around. I will not stay here again!!!
I can not believe that they charge $44.00 a night for this place. We only stayed, because it was close to the Hilton Hotel and beach. We spent a week with our grandchildren. We know we only need a place to sleep, we would be gone all day. It was adequate for our needs. It did have long pull through sites as we tow a 24' trailer with us. - Honeybear & Sugarbear
Dec 2012 - $19.00
There are no gardens on-site; no propane, no restaurant, no visible security, no store, no ice, no pool room, no horseshoes and no shuffleboard or fishing. Wi-Fi and cable were not accessible at my site. After two years the pool is not there but the Tiki Hut is very nice with running water. I was told that there was a hot tub in an industrial building but that it was broken. They do not spray for fire ants of which there are thousands. We stayed for over a month. It was sunny and warm! - darla's dad
Nov 2012 - $28.00
Stayed for a week during Good Sam Rally at the Speedway. Big level sites on grass, but the services are very inconvenient. Lot numbers are confusing and not laid out for RVers. You must share water taps. Very unusual TV system. We would not stay here again. - Pinsent
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Sites: 150 | Latest Rate: $60.00 | 2 Reviews
Nov 2012 - $60.00
We stayed during the Good Sam Rally, so can't say what the actual cost of site was. It was included with tickets and shows. Surprised to get water, huge cable and 50 amp electric. Bring an adapter if you need 30 amp. No sewer. Sites only 20x40 so it's pretty tight for awnings and slides. All in all it's not bad. You are there for some kind of event and not at the rig much anyway. Everything was a huge walk. Just enough open grass to walk the dogs. Arrived with tanks empty so did not use the facilities. They sure were busy though. - Libby
Mar 2011 - $60.00
This is in the Speedway infield and is the Premium Geico Shores RV camping area. This area consists of adjacent paved 20' X 40' sites with a 15' grassed area in the rear bordering the chain-linked fence. One side borders the Lake Lloyd walkway, while the other borders Red Zone RV (grass) sites that are usually much cheaper. The Geico Shores area is completely fenced in and during speed and bike weeks they have guards at each gate. These sites are all pull-in or back-in. We paid $600 for 10-days that included two $175 infield passes, so on a per day basis it is very reasonable. Problems: There is no dump in the speedway and a sewer truck charges $35 per visit, also the showers and bathrooms are not 'Lady Quality" as I would not ask my wife to use either because they are not cleaned regularly. You can come and go during the races through the east (cars) and west (entry for RV's) tunnels. - Glenn Bonner
Feb 2016 - $47.00
We've stayed here for 2-3 nights the last couple of years to rest and regroup after spending two weeks in the campground on Speedway property. It's a very clean park, the staff is friendly, and some of the campsites are really nice, outfitted with fire pits and patio furniture. We have a 44' toy hauler, and of course we are always lucky enough to get one of those sites. There is a lot of dog walking space, and the campground is very well kept. The roads are very curvy and this time we were way back in the back, but we still managed to get our rig in place without too much stress. There really aren't any amenities here to speak of, no doubt because of it's proximity to the speedway and the flea market across the street. It is not a place you'd want to spend a month or more in my opinion, but a few days to explore Daytona or during a busy race season, it's a good choice. It is the closest campground to the Speedway. - CarmenGhia
Jul 2015 - $47.00
Looks good when you first enter the park, but when you get to the sites they are all tight with dusty and narrow roadways. Sites are fairly level but utilities are not properly located. Its an older park with old facilities but it meet our needs. - Don-Deb
Aug 2013 - $38.00
We spent two nights here as it was close to family, and we had KOA Value Card points to defray the cost. What a disaster. The folks there were real nice, but the facility is a mess. Wi-fi only worked in the front of the campground out by the office and closer to the highway noise. Sites were oddly spaced, although we had no problem getting on our Delux pull through as there were few other campers. My main beef is the condition of the bath houses. They are old, small, run down, hot, poorly ventilated, and roach infested. I feel bad for the management team; as I said they were very helpful and friendly, but in our opinion KOA needs to let this one go. It does not come close to the standard I have experienced as a long time KOA customer. - washley1
Aug 2016 - $20.00
Very dependable overnight location. In the Passport system. Got a back to back site, to use as a pull thru. Plus a nice shade tree. The man in the office will help with everything you need. The pool area could use some shaded places. The VFW finished their remodel in town and is worth a dinner trip: good food. - Libby
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
Aug 2016 - $20.00
We stayed here on a monthly basis for contract work. Our rate was around 500/month excluding electricity.
Immediately greeted by the owner upon arrival. I had to back into my space, and I do believe it was the tightest space in the park. But the owner was right there beside me, telling me exactly where and how far to turn my wheels to get properly set up.
There are some concrete pads mixed in with grass spots. Ours was grass, but was so level, I did not have to jack up either side of our camper.
I really have nothing bad to say about this place...it is a hidden jewel and I am so glad we found it. It is beside the Iron Horse Saloon frequented by bikers, but we hardly knew they were there.
This park is small and quiet. If you like quiet and no kids, this is the place for you. - Traveling Man 49
Mar 2016 - $54.00
Small park with level lots and big rig friendly. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Showers and laundry were good. No dog park which made walking dog difficult. Convenient to Daytona 500. Located beside Ironhorse Salon in the middle of bike week so noisy but made it easy to walk and see all the activities. Wifi was excellent. No problem using our satellite dish. - Fulltimersrv
Jan 2016 - $54.00
We are presently spending our fifth winter season (about two months for us) at Harris Village RV Park. We knew our first year that we had "lucked" upon the right place for us. A number of couples return here year after year and become "family." Anyone who wants to become part of the family is welcome, or if you prefer your privacy that is also honored. The owners, are very personable and work day and night to keep the park immaculate. They go the extra mile to accommodate your needs. Cable TV and WiFi are always in good working order. The ocean is about a ten-minute drive, and everything you could possibly need or want is close by in Ormond Beach or Daytona Beach. We highly recommend Harris Village to anyone who is interested in a small, quiet, no frills, affordable RV park in Florida. In fact, we probably should keep this place one of Florida's "best-kept secrets." :-) - The Meeks