39 RV Parks near Redington Beach, Florida
We did however find 39 campgrounds within 25 miles of Redington Beach. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Redington Beach in the left hand column.
Jun 2016 - $28.00
Gravel is only under the trailer, there's a concrete pad to step on and to set chairs on. The tow vehicle is parked on blacktop. Everyone is friendly, the park is very clean and their working to improve new sites. This is a adult park. It's close to the beaches, lots of restaurants and too many places for my wife to shop. When I come back to this area I will be coming here. We stayed for one week. - Lindas Old Man
May 2015 - $30.00
Over priced for it's location. Not in a very appealing neighborhood. Passport America list price was $24, but they charged $30 a night saying their price had gone up. Overall park well maintained and clean.
We will not stay here again. - Abner
Feb 2013 - $43.00
Rate reflects average for 16 days including weekly/daily. This park was excellent. We are most likely going to stay the winter there. Pet Friendly (even has a dog park), brand new pool about to open, efficient front office and maintenance staff, and welcoming residents. Even though many permanent folks are here, it has the feel of a vacation park. - Bay Area Early retirees
Jan 2018 - $40.00
The park is very well kept and everything is clean. The sites are very close together. - Dana Andrews
Nov 2017 - $62.00
Rather small sites with little seperation, no trees or shrubs between. Modern facility but no cable TV and poor internet service. Restrooms are modern and clean but showers are small & minimal. - woodsboss
Apr 2018 - $32.00
The employees were very professional and helpful. There was a vehicle parked in the spot we were assigned and they helped get it removed. The view of Long Bayou was awesome. The park is big with a variety of occupants....RV's, homes and RV's made into homes. Very well kept. Plenty of activities. It is close to downtown. Definately would stay here again. - locatjl
Mar 2018 - $110.00
This KOA was stressful to say the least. There were so many people and the RV's were packed so tightly that there was no privacy. The people staying in the cabins and driving in their trailers were parked in the street so that you could barely get down the street in a car, let alone your RV. It looks like there are a lot of long term people that stay at the park and then the short term people are just fitted into the smaller areas. There was a tiny dedicated dog walk that had no grass and it was right up front with all of the cars going by and the pool area, so my dog wouldn't go in that area. We finally had to walk her down a trail outside of the park to find a patch of grass where there were fewer people. There were a lot of kids running around with no parental supervision. The day we left the street was blocked with a car from a cabin and on the other side on of their "long" term guest had put up a fence around their area. We knocked on the door of the cabin to get the car moved however, no one was around. The person that put up the fence finally came out to move one portion so that we could get out. It looked like it really put him out. Our section was tight but there were certain sections that literally had you walking out of your camper right into another camper's section. We know that they try to get as many camp sites into an area but this was not fun. - S. Watkins
Mar 2018 - $104.00
As previous reviews have stated this is an old RV park. It's clean but the roads inside the park are extremely narrow and most sites only had 30A power. We were fortunate to get a spot right on the Bayou but other sites backed up to a bike path and ditch where a construction crew was working with big equipment all day. Our 5th wheel is only 31 feet long but it took a lot of skill to get into the narrow space. The sewer outlet was located under the middle of our rig so I had to crawl under the trailer to attach the sewer line. Since the power was only 30A we could only run one A/C unit at a time and it was 85 degrees with 70-80% humidity so one half of our rig was very uncomfortable. On the first night all our power went out and flipping the breaker didn't help. The next morning the Assistant Manager came over to investigate. The breaker had burned out. He was exceptionally nice and offered to comp us one day for the inconvenience. The power box was rusty and hanging at an angle on a 4X4 pole. The power needs to be upgraded. Cable was horrible with lines and fuzz running across the picture and WiFi extremely weak. We paid $104 per night. For that high of price you would expect better amenities. The staff was great and again the Assistant Manager was a super nice guy and very helpful. Overall, it was a clean park and we had a beautiful spot but for these premium prices you would expect 50A power, decent cable, and usable WiFi. - AZ Retired Traveler
Feb 2018 - $39.00
Lock your bikes and cars at night only. Very quiet park. Not kid friendly. Must call ahead. M-F, 8 -4. Sat. Sun. ? No pets, tents, pop up campers. Quiet time 10 - 8. - Shi Ben
May 2014 - $40.00
The park is an older one filled primarily with park model homes and maybe 40-50 spots for RVs. Only a few of the RV sites have 50 amp electric service. We were in a 30 amp site, and the voltage routinely dropped to 110 and occasionally even 105. The laundry has a sufficient number of machines; each at a cost of $1.50. The laundry building, like the office and meeting/events hall are old and could use a lot of updating. The park is managed by a father and son both of whom we felt were not as friendly as any of the hundreds of park owners and managers we have met in over 8 years of full timing. The park is next door to a shopping center with a grocery store and a lot of retail shops including a thrift store. There are a couple of restaurants as well so it is all very handy. We could walk through the back gate of the park and do grocery shopping easily. Before we made our reservation we asked if there was any prohibition against washing our coach and we were told that is not a problem. When we arrived we were given a copy of the park rules and there was indeed such a prohibition. There is a prohibition against using electric heaters of any kind. Do not ask the park to have their propane supplier stop by and fill your tank. We did and were charged $5.50/gal at a time when LP was being sold at Flying J for $3.50/gal. Bottom line is; the park is nice, safe and the people who live here or return every year as snowbirds are the only true asset. Management does nothing of value that we saw and this view was shared by others we talked with. Would we stay here again if ever in the area? No. Customer service and attitude is the worst we have ever experienced in 8 years on the road. - User422
May 2017 - $2.00
We stored our unit at this park for several years. Older residential type park but extremely clean, well managed and friendly. - Scenic Cruiser
Apr 2012 - $34.00
This urban, over-55 park is primarily for seasonal residents in permanent park model type trailers but they do have some narrow short term sites with neighbors close on both sides. Our price represents a AAA discount, and is very reasonable for the location. There are very few choices in this area, but this park works well for us because it is central for visiting family. Unfortunately there is major construction underway on Ulmerton Road in front of the park, noisy at night. Newly renovated pool area gets a lot of use. There are several bathroom-shower combos, and washer-dryers. Management is well-organized and park is well maintained. Will return. - NC Writer
Jun 2011 - $19.00
Very nice RV Park. The few residents that were still here for the summer were very friendly and helpful. The sites were comfortable, but very few. Most are modular homes. The pool was wonderful. They are remodeling it now. The laundry needed air conditioning. The location is close to everything Tampa, Clearwater, St. Petersburg, Orlando and more. The only negative is the TV reception: very bad. You need a dish if you want to watch TV. We would stay here again. - happy retired travelers
May 2017 - $36.00
Needed a place to stay while attending a class for a week. The rate reflects a weekly rate plus 1 night. This is mostly a 55+/snowbird place with some RV sites, but was in close proximity to my class. It is not a camping" place. By and large there are a lot more mobile homes or park models. Having said that, it served my purpose well and was a nice place to stay. It was very clean and quiet. It's right at the end of season, but it appeared like there were a lot of activities during the season. Check-in was friendly, easy, and efficient. There is a security gate, and the park is close to shopping/restaurants. Now...the RV sites. Our 50 amp/FHU pull-thru site wasn't really a pull-thru. If your rig will turn on a dime, you can pull straight through. We had to back in, but will be able to hook up the toad and "pull out". The sites are close together. The WiFi is only at the rec hall/office, otherwise you'll need to pay for Tengo if you don't have your own. The cable TV was awful, so we used our OTA. We were able to get plenty of channels. Our site was gravel, and we needed to place boards under the jacks to keep them from sinking. However, we had no trouble levelling. There is a nice dog park and also plenty of space to walk the dog. We would return if in the area and need a site. - Gayle E.
Mar 2017 - $40.00
We stayed one week paying $278 weekly rate. The reservation process was easy. They collected 100% at time of reservation (certainly not my preference). The check-in process was efficient. We requested a pull-thru site at time of reservation and that's what we received. The pull-thru section is close to the busy hwy with plenty of noise from trucks, motorcycles, etc. The pull-thru sites are very close. We could not put out our awning. The rectangular spot to park your rig is rocky gravel while the area where you walk and park your tow car is dirt with dead/alive grass/straw which tracks into your rv. Putting out a mat will help but not completely. In hind sight (because we stayed a week rather than a couple of days), we would have preferred a back-in site "inside" the park (quieter, less dirt, more space). However, I can fully imagine some interior sites difficult to get in due to narrow roads. The facilities are clean. The dog park is very large. They have single-stream recycling which is great. The residents seem pleasant enough but keep to themselves. The surrounding neighborhood isn't the best. I would not run outside the complex by myself so I did loops inside the park (approx .65 mi per loop). About a quarter mile down the road, we witnessed a police altercation in broad daylight. An apparent druggie pushed a cop. The cop had the druggie face down and handcuffed in a nano second. It confirmed my instinct about the area. I should mention the park is gated and we saw nothing sketchy within. There is wifi at the common facilities but we didn't use it. No wifi offered at the site. Hook-ups worked well. We had good signal for Verizon cell, Sprint Mifi and DirecTV. My personal take - I didn't care for Largo and I didn't love the campground. If you stay long-term, it's probably a better experience. To me, there's a gazillion lovely (better) places in Florida to choose from. I won't be going back. - GottaGoNow
Mar 2017 - $40.00
Beware! Made a reservation for a pull-thru site & after checking in & running my credit card for the balance due for a two night stay, I was informed that a pull thru site was not available & sites are not guaranteed by "Sun Resorts", and pull-thru sites were for large rigs only - our coach is 40 ft. The back in site we were given was not available due to a tree being removed, so we took a walk around the park & found a small van camper in a pull-thru site. Went back to the office & complained& basically was told too bad. When the back in site was finally available, it took us 20 minutes to get in the site. Our neighbor needed to move his car, because we had to drive over half his site to make the turn into our site because the road was so narrow. Also our neighbor across from us had to move her lawn ornaments. Tire tracks indicated this needs to be done all the time. If you are going to stay for the season, I guess this hassel may be worth it to you, the facilities looked ok, we didn't use any. But if you're only staying a few nights & want a pull-thru sites, stay somewhere else. This is a definite "bait & switch " operation. - TravelingBaggs
Oct 2017 - $18.00
The new manager is fabulous! Park is quiet and everyone seems great. Close to everything! Halloween party tomorrow. Coffee and donuts every Thursday. Great group of residents! Safe, secure and very clean! Mins to the beach...and bike to causeway for fishing and sunset picnics. - Toby Beavers
Sep 2013 - $27.00
This is not really a campground, but an older trailer park with permanent and seasonal residents. They have a few sites available for short term stays. It is a quiet park (sign says for over age 55). Most sites are nicely shaded by the oaks and mature landscaping. The gulf beach is 2.5 miles over the causeway. Manager was very friendly and helpful. There were 2 restrooms with shower (1 men, 1 women) - no paper products supplied; we had to bring our own toilet paper. There is a large laundry area and community room. No picnic tables on RV sites. It was fine for a night, but I wouldn't want to stay much longer. - On the Road again 11
Jan 2013 - $19.00
The previous two reviewers pegged this park perfectly. It's small, the sites are tight and it's looking very old. But this friendly, little park is all about location. It's just a few minutes to the beach and, if you have a bike, you can ride a bike trail to the Blue Jays stadium in about 20 minutes. As a bonus it has excellent, free Wi-Fi, an open-air clubhouse and lots of friendly people. We'll be back. - Johnnyonthespot
Oct 2016 - $12.00
The park has a lot of full timers and office staff is rarely there for working people's hours.
Manager treats some residents with no respect.
Sites are very unlevel and electricity shuts down due to overload on a very old infrastructure along with only a row or two having 50 amps.
Asphalt is is need of replacement in pad areas and concrete patios are a trip hazard on most sites.
Ants and bugs along with limbs that need to trimmed are an everyday issue.
I have dealt with this park due to job locations for the past 3 years and it needs new management that has respect for park residents that pay the bills.
You have to rake and bag your own site.
If you get put in the field, it's overrun with stickers and ants.
Trash bins are overflowing most of the time. - sar1966
Sep 2016 - $15.00
We have stayed here several times, over the years...usually during the off season, so the rates are less, and the park isn't crowded. This rate is the off season, monthly rate. The staff have always been very friendly, and accommodating. The recreation room, pool, laundry facilities, showers and bathrooms have always been clean, well maintained, and in excellent condition. All the sites we have used had picnic tables, concrete patios, and were level. The sites are fairly close together, but not so close as to be a problem. There is a large no smoking section, which is nice. We will be back. - cliffw42
Sep 2016 - $30.00
Employees are very nice and helpful. Park is clean, as is the pool and clubhouse. Very convenient to the beaches, shopping and our family. Have stayed here several times. - Travelin' partners
Oct 2016 - $6.00
RV section roads are rough. Low hanging branches. Park is old. Manager is trying to fix it up. There are a lot of working class and old people who live here year round. The people who live here year round are OK. They take over the pool and clubhouse on the weekends. Pool was greasy from suntan lotion. - Travelin' partners
Jan 2011 - $35.00
There wasn't much of an area for a dog walk, and other people didn't pick up after their pets. The sites are tight and close together, making it difficult to get into your site. Restrooms and laundry room could be cleaner! The Front office staff was nice but could be a little more personable and smile more. The lady who cleans, needs to deep clean more often! The pool was not working properly in the 3 months we were here. Long term people had to rake and bag there own leaves to have a nice yard. The trees are over grown, blocks satellite service. Disorganized reservations: when we arrived our site was taken by someone else, no one around to help us. - stonewood1
Jan 2009 - $40.00
Sites are small, buildings are old & in need of replacing (not repair). Security is non-existent, with no weekend office hours. Pot holes can swallow an RV. More damage was done inside my RV driving in the park than in 6000 miles to South Dakota & back! - postaldaddy212
Mar 2018 - $55.00
Resort is in town on busy road. Narrow sites. Some trees. Just OK. - RonH999
Jan 2017 - $50.00
Worst camp ground I have stayed at in the last 20 years. Site was so small, I could not fit between sewage hookup and concrete patio. I could not put out any of the slide-outs. Tree branches scratched the sides of the coach. Lots of branches rubbed roof too. No grass at all on the site. Young men on motorcycles driving around park most of the night. Lady in a 40 year old park model next to our site played music ALL NIGHT and load enough to hear it in our coach. we didn't sleep much so we just got up at 7 am and went home. - Mike And Jan
Jan 2016 - $42.00
Sites are short and very close together. Mostly Shady, grass sites.
Old park and not much changed over the years. - MH-Tom