2 Parks near Reddick, Florida
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
Jun 2005 - $26.00
Nice RV park right off I-75 at Orange Lake exit north of Ocala. All sites are level concrete pads with picnic tables and room to spread out. Nice grounds and well kept landscaping. Very clean. Between Gainesville and Ocala. Perfect for overnight. Noticed they have weekly, monthly and reasonable seasonal rates. Both pull-throughs and back-ins. Big rig friendly! - jazzman
Apr 2016 - $36.00
We spent three months here because we made winter plans late and had a hard time finding a site for 90 days. We were a bit leary of the campground before arriving and when we arrived it looked a little worse for wear, but we found out that the former owners lost the park to the bank and the bank was now managing the campground. We saw a lot of cleanup work going on and while there's a way to go the management is nice, the rest of the staff are nice and it's a nice enough place.
Yes, the roads are twisty, and some of the sites have concrete slabs that are cracked but we had no problem negotiating the roads with a 40 footer plus a tow. The other RVers we saw were similarly not troubled by the spacing. You just have to pay attention to where you're driving - which is pretty good advice anytime you're behind the wheel.
The pool could be kept a little warmer but it IS kept very clean. Laundry facilities are OK.
There are a mixture of park models, numerous annual residents who live and work in the area, so it's not your ultra-social park. The seasonals did potlucks and cards and such but the participation is not as high as one might suspect for a park of it's size. Still, for quiet people like us that was just fine.
We enjoyed our stay, would return if we are in this part of the U.S. again! - Peter P
Jan 2016 - $21.00
This park is fine for an overnight stay, but don't expect to get back on the road easily. The roads are Very narrow and winding. We needed one truck to move in order to pass through on our way out. They do have some concrete sites, which saves time in setup, and all the utilities worked, though the water faucet needed updating. The front desk was very friendly and didn't require any money up front. We would stay here again, but only with a pull-thru and we would leave a half-hour before we needed to get on the road due to the difficult to navigate campground path. Most of the sites are unlevel. Either get #5 or be prepared to use boards. - dad2aprincess
Oct 2015 - $19.00
$19 was our rally rate.
Showers and bathrooms were not clean. The door on the men's room behind the laundry was rusting away.
The roads inside the park are narrow and winding with big trees along them, so for those with bigger rigs need to watch yourselves.
TV was OK, but there were only 17 channels on their sat system.
Wi-Fi was useless much of the time. Log-in protocol was unnecessarily complicated.
The park had too many run-down, dirty perms and long-term units. There were several roaming cats, too.
This park does have easy access off of I-75. The noise from the Interstate is surprisingly not bad.
The office staff seemed friendly and helpful enough. - w3sjkb3aam