23 Parks near Saint Cloud, Florida
Aug 2015 - $30.00
Nice no frills RV Park. Boating and fishing is the theme at this park. The park is clean and has a friendly staff along with guests. Located off the main path, not many stores close by so stock- up before you arrive. The park has many big trees, weeping willow type and the grounds are natural. The park is pet friendly and wide open space. Free WIFI is a bit spotty, we have our own so it switched back and forth. We did use our Dish for TV so that was not a problem even with all the trees. We were able to get 40 something local channels off the antenna. No cable. There is a little store with some snacks and such. The park has many park models, but most must be snowbirds as the park was extremely quiet in August. Our plan was to stay 1 night and we stayed 3. Picnic table was brought to our site shortly after we registered without even asking. We would stay here again. - rdmike
Mar 2012 - $37.00
We stayed here for an overnight stop on the way to Ft. Lauderdale. It's about a 20 minute drive from the Turnpike but relatively easy to get to. There are limited pull through spots for overnight/short term stays. We couldn't get satellite reception due to the trees and there is no cable connection even though there is a cable wire at the hookup. No antennae TV available either. It's a very pretty and well kept park but there is nothing to do unless you fish and nothing close by. It was nice and quiet for an overnight stay. We would stay here again if traveling to South Florida. - dickens
Dec 2005 - $36.00
We've been coming to this site since the 1960's and it will always be a fish camp to us. It has been well maintained with each new owner but not without progress and higher prices. 10:00 a.m. check out seemed a bit early too. There are now many permanent residents in newer modular homes being built thus pushing out the long time seasonal visitors. I missed them hanging out in the bait house with their great stories to tell and poking fun at each other. As the bait house was empty I guess all that experience is passed on now. Fishing is the main stay here and it's a friendly fishing spot to launch your boat and clean your catch. But the cost to camp here is the same whether you have a boat to launch or fish from the bank. Hmmmm. Oh there's a few grand kids here that come to visit Grandma's house and have fun but I think it's more for a ride in Grandpa's boat and not for the shuffle board. Since it's one of the few spots to access Lake Marian I'll be back I'm sure. - harborcityscrambler
Jul 2016 - $67.00
Booked a last minute site with some friends for the Independence Day weekend, and to our surprise, there were sites available. The gentlemen who helped us on the phone was very courteous and did his best to locate us as close as possible to our friends. When we arrived check-in was quick and smooth, however when we arrived at our site it was flooded from the previous evening's showers. We went back to the front office and they gave us several other sites to choose from, then remembering that we were traveling with another group, they told us that they did have a site available right next to the rest of our party, and they put us there! I honestly couldn't ask for better service from a campground staff! The campground itself is clean, fairly well maintained, and the campers in it are generally courteous towards each other. One member in our party did have issues with the 30 amp breaker tripping, but as I have noticed with other campgrounds, this is a common problem. They went and purchased a 50 amp adapter and all was well after that. Pool can get overcrowded, but that is expected during a holiday weekend in the middle of a very hot Florida summer. I will gladly camp here again! - Clgordon
Feb 2016 - $74.00
Decent park not too far from Disney. A combo of park models and pull-through sites. Staff directed us to our site and offered to help hook up.
Sites were closely spaced, but the park was nicely landscaped, clean, and quiet.
Bathrooms were acceptable. Park is within walking distance of restaurants and shops. - Acornalley
Dec 2015 - $50.00
A nice campground close to Orlando attractions. Road into the campground goes through a seedy stretch of houses and hotels but the park is nice and well kept.
Lots are very close together with gravel, dirt, sand and grass pads. There is some shade and a patio with a picnic table. - The VA Gent
May 2016 - $50.00
Beautiful KOA with a very nice staff. Our yard was perfect. We reported some fire ants and the staff took care of it immediately! Very long pull-thru. We were able to hitch up in the space. Great place to stay for Disney if you don't want to stay on property. They offer a 20% discount for military, police, or fire. That's better than th3e 10% for the KOA card. My only complaint is that it was not gated and people sometimes walked through the park who didn't belong there. - The Griffins
Oct 2015 - $55.00
We had a very long pull-thru site. The sites are not very wide and are close together but because of the length and with them alternating pull in direction there is nothing next to you on either side. The park is very clean and has little road noise even with its location across from Sam's club and near a busy highway. The edges of the patios next to the pad were cracked in all the sites we saw but still level and usable. The turn into the park comes quick and is narrow and sharp and the roads in the park are OK. The sites are not angled and turning into them, even with an escort, required us to drive on the lawn with our 34 foot 5th wheel. Our stay would have been perfect if it were not for loud noise coming from the cabin near us at 4:30 am on our last night. - BandPS
Oct 2015 - $84.00
I guess the price reflects the tourist area. Significantly higher than Ft Wilderness in the same season. But they had availability.
Tight turn entering park. Had a couple of tight turns inside the campground. Big, open sites.
Very convenient to shopping. - MissingLinc
Mar 2014 - $48.00
This is an old, mostly mobile home park with one lane roads and paved sites. Most of the mobile homes are decades old with additions on one or both sides. The width of the RV sites varies. Our slides were at the edge of the neighbor's concrete patio. Many RV sites are pull through, but due to the narrow roads, we needed to back in vs. pull in to avoid striking the power pedestal. They have cable and Internet, but both are an added cost. Water pressure at our site was very low requiring us to use the on-board pump for showers. The park is very friendly. Many residents sit outside in the evening and will greet almost everyone as they pass by. One of the brightest parts was the lady in registrations who, upon seeing us drive in, came out with a map of the park and ask us to follow the fellow she was calling to our site because a bad rain storm was moments away; very considerate of her. They did have multiple activities scheduled each day. The drive from I-4 was easy, but when you near the park going up a grade to the one traffic light, stay in the left lane (where all the traffic is stopped). The right lane must go into the shopping center. It is marked but you might not see the sign in time. Likely we would stay here again if we were in the area and just needed a place to stay. Rate was $10 higher than their web site reflected. We were here during a spring break period. - Workamper04
Feb 2010 - $32.00
A comfortable place to stay a while, especially if you are going to Disney- it's only 15 minutes away. Short-term guests are interspersed with mostly elderly long-term and permanent residents. This is a very friendly place; virtually everyone you pass smiles and says hi. The office manager Lynn and the rest of the staff are warm and helpful. Fifteen minutes away is Kissimmee, which has every store known to man. This is NOT a place of great natural beauty; it is on the outskirts of the sprawl known as Orlando. But the price is good (great if you stay a month: $445+ electric), the people are friendly, and there are a million things to do in the area, especially if you have the budget to visit the theme parks. Sites are level and most are about 20' x 45' (some a bit bigger) with a 6' x 15' concrete patio. There is Wi-Fi but you need to be right by the office to pick it up. We would stay here again. - Roaming Rob
Oct 2007 - $18.00
Stayed here 10 days longer than intended. Very helpful staff. An older park but well looked after. Rate reflects Passport America. Not too far to grocery stores etc. Eight miles from Disney, if you car--we don't. Good terraced pull-throughs for even 35-40 footers even room for toad. Would visit again. No WiFi. - noelfawc
Jun 2015 - $40.00
We have stayed at this campsite a few times with multiple families and though it is a nice clean location I would give it a good rating.
The sites a fairly sized and it has two sections, one area is shaded and one is an open parking lot.
The staff are always friendly and accommodating but we prefer more wooded areas.
The pool is nice and clean and it's quite at night minus the airboats that go down river.
They hold fishing tournaments here and they are always interesting to see. - Senora Frog
Sep 2014 - $42.00
10 miles in off Rt 60 on a paved road. Very nice office staff. Got a paver site with lots of shade. Cable is $5 extra so I used the sat. The pool is there as advertised and not impressive [not a bit of shade]. The grounds are huge and well taken care of. The lounge was fun. State park entrance close by. Pricy for summer rates. May stop again. - Libby
Sep 2011 - $39.00
Great place! We visit Camp Mack several times a year. It is both a Summer and Winter campground. We camp with 3-5 families each time. Staff is very accommodating and nice. Highly recommend! - elbar21
Mar 2016 - $12.00
We stayed 2 nights. This park is very isolated and has a nice boat ramp and hiking trails. We hiked one trail that was a little over 2 miles long and climbed up the observation tower for a wonderful view of the lake and park! You can fish in the boat ramp area and around the day use pavilions. You should have a Florida fresh water fishing licence. They have canoes and boats for rent. Make sure you bring everything with you and gas up before you get to the park. We had wild turkeys and 2 deer visit us right behind our trailer both mornings. The sites are all under big oak trees with lots of shade. The loops are not too tight. There were some big rigs parked there. I had no trouble backing our 25 ft travel trailer in. We could not put our awning out which was fine, we didn't need it as the weather was perfect! The air boats are loud but background noise for a few minutes does not bother us. - RV Dreamer
Feb 2016 - $31.00
I can't say enough good things about this park. Each campsite was private, spacious, and beautiful. The showers and bath houses were clean and in beautiful shape. The rangers were nice and helpful. Next time I will plan to stay longer. - BobW
Jan 2016 - $24.00
Very pretty campground surrounded by cows and oranges. It's off the beaten path so make sure to bring what you need. Sites are level and covered with shells and dense vegetation. Restrooms are huge, modern and clean. Saw a single washer/dryer outside the restroom. No Verizon 4G but you can access Internet near the camp store. - LeeBob
Apr 2016 - $19.00
We echo the previous comments. This is a very nice spacious park, no sewer conmections though, have to pack it up and take your unit to the in park dump station.
Only downside for us was that we couldn't stay, as they do not allow any pets at all. So... We left with ClaireBear, our 10 pound Bichon Frise. Pretty sad... ???? - AlaskaJack
Mar 2015 - $18.00
A very good county park. Not that much variation in campsites, they all looked reasonably level and about the same size. Lots of trees and plenty of shade. Quite a bit of separation from adjoining sites, too. Bathrooms were clean and the showers were spacious. The park has a nice sandy beach on the lake, but that's near the park entrance, nearly a mile away from the campground but with plenty of parking. Staff was fine, but the park doesn't do online reservations, and doesn't take phone reservations on weekends. They'll check availability & tell you to call back Monday. Still, it's a bargain and I'd stay there again if in the area. - NoVa RT
Dec 2014 - $18.00
Park has plenty of shade and 50 amp power. Satellite TV possible from some sites. Plenty of wildlife--deer, turkey, squirrels, sand hill cranes, etc. Roads and sites are crushed shell. Large oak trees with lots of moss make for beautiful scenery. The only down side is having to use a dump station. - edwilson
Jul 2016 - $50.00
River Ranch offers you good recreation for children. They have a zip line, rock wall, archery, fishing, etc. There is a restaurant on site that is okay. We take our granddaughters there and they enjoy all that is offered in the way of recreation. However, almost all the activities come with a cost, so it can be pricey to stay here. - har-fl
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Love the "old Florida setting" of this camping ground. Our children enjoyed horseback riding as well as the activities. There are nice biking trails for the family to enjoy along with our picnics. Great place to stay. - SanAntonTravelers
May 2016 - $75.00
I rated this campground a 9, I would have rated it a 10 if the camp store wasn't so expensive. We bought a quart of milk at $5.00 and 2 pastries at $4.50 each. The biggest problem was that the pastries were old and we couldn't even eat them.
Now for the park.
We were on the water in space 448. The reason they gave us that spot is because they said it had shade. It did not. 449 had the shade. The grounds are immaculate. All RV spots are individually owned, so each spot can and will have different amenities. The RVs share the property with Westgate timeshares. They can't use the RV amenities and we can't use theirs. Everything that Westgate offers has a cost such as the rodeo, the entertainment areas; miniature golf and so forth. They have a petting zoo which is free. The workers at the petting zoo really take pride in the animals. When I talked to the 2 guys that were working it you could tell that they really wanted to be there. The pony ride was $5.00 per child and it was a really long ride. 3 of my kids did archery and that was $8.00. The rodeo was $17 per adult and $9 per child. We enjoyed ourselves very much. There had to be 500 people there. The performers were very talented. They had barrel races, bull riding, and horse skills. The kids participated in the calf scramble, which was hysterical.
The sites on the water have a pier at each spot. we had a porch swing. There is a separation from each space by foliage. You don't feel like you're on top of each other.
The RV spots that were not on the water seemed like you were in a forest. The trees were so old and there was Spanish moss hanging from them.
The 2 pools and hot tubs that are available to us seemed to be adequate, however the park wasn't very crowded.
The bathrooms and 3 laundry rooms were very clean.
The closest town is almost an hour away, so make sure you have everything you need before getting there.
Most of the people there are owners and everyone was friendly. - sflabrkr
Jan 2016 - $44.00
We were backed up against a fence that was covering up a dried up pond and one space away was a sewage processing area that made noise on and off all night while doing it's thing...a few days it created a nasty smell....our concrete pad was very old, covered in black spots from age, and shorter (our RV is 40ft) making the front end of the RV stick out in the grass area...we tracked in lots of sand even with rugs down. The site did have a new small picnic table on it. The overall of the campground is good though. The roads are paved, it was very pet friendly and the folks that reside there and visit there are wonderful....the office staff were also superb. There are a lot of activities going on through the week and some are posted on a sign as you enter the park. The location of the park is good and away from the road. We would go back.... - Lovingretirement16
Apr 2015 - $38.00
Older park but a lot of upgrades and improvements going on. Lots of nature, birds, gators and turtles. Our site was large and had a nice view of a pond. 40' RV fit fine. Office was very pleasant. - Racer1
Feb 2012 - $32.00
We have camped here several times and have always enjoyed the friendly campers and nice heated pool. We thought that the rest of the park would improve with the new ownership, but it has not happened. Still old park models, little grass, dead plants, buildings in marginal repair. Ponds have dried up, concrete cracked and crumbling on roads. Picnic table was unusable. Things seemed to be happening at the rec. hall, but we were never given a calendar of events, nor was one evident anywhere. Prices have increased, with no extra services. Office staff not very friendly. Probably will not be returning. - Vernadene
Apr 2016 - $38.00
This campground is very old with a lot of deferred maintenance. The front area is literally a junk yard with machinery, parts and a variety of old rusted out equipment. The north part has some wide open sites large enough for a big rig, the others are very small. Initially we had planned on staying a few weeks, but quickly changed our plans due to the conditions. Do not let their website fool you. And their rates are pretty high for a park with nothing. - The DnD Adventure
Jun 2010 - $35.00
Fair warning: if you want your RV to be infested with ants, including fire ants, this is the place. We paid up front for a week but could not stay the entire time because this place is infested with ants. The owners do not take proper care to keep this problem under control. We had to spend $50 in pesticides to get rid of the 3 species of ants that overran our RV and it took an extra couple of days AFTER we left to finish killing off the ants that invaded our home because of this park. Place looked ok on the surface when we arrived. Further looks showed that the bathrooms floors were not cleaned the entire time we were here. There is no AC in the bathrooms, which has two tiny windows that were no adequate to cool the area. There are bugs in the bathrooms. The laundry room doors are left open 24 hours a day with no AC, so it's hot, muggy and full of flying, biting bugs. Laundry room, bathrooms and the "Fellowship Hall" all part of the same building but only the "Fellowship" area had air conditioning. We were not invited to use this area at all. I was lied to by the staff. When we complained about the ant problem, I was told by a staff member that, "Everyone in the park has this problem every time it rains." When we left the park early, I was told by the owner that no-one else had this problem and the owner suggested that perhaps we brought the ants with us? (Not the case and I was offended at the suggestion and by the owner's uncaring attitude.) We were refunded the amount of time we did not stay with them (1 night). Overpriced compared to other parks in the area and our cost in pesticides to fix Merry D's ant problem made this place even more expensive. I cannot recommend this place at all. If I could give a negative star rating I would. - conniecc
Feb 2010 - $32.00
This is a very old campsite with many permanent and older residents/units. There is little if any apparent control over clutter - many old units have junk under/around. Nevertheless, it is quiet (seniors sleep!) and the sites are large. If you are looking for a cheap place to hang your hat while you visit Disney then consider this place - less then 30 minutes away and no Orlando traffic. Do not expect good Wi-Fi service if you cannot see the laundry area - like many RV sites the owners advertise Wi-Fi on site but that is nonsense. A $75 router is not Wi-Fi on-site! Our cable TV did not work and the owners could have cared less. We don't watch much so that was not a problem but if you do, then take care because you too might get stung. Would we return? No - I think we would try to find an other place that is equally inexpensive - this cannot be the only one. - Aftica