Large park with residents turning over every few days. Large volume checking in each day and handled well by very efficient staff. The problem with this park is that the sites are short and tiny. There is hardly enough room for you RV and no room for your toad or tow vehicle. Everyone parks on the street making it impossible to back your RV in without getting others to move. The restroom and showers are very nice but there are too few for the size of the park. There are lineups constantly for both. The pool and hot tub looked very nice but were closed for the entire length of our 3 day stay. - retiringDO
The best reason to stay at LazyDays is to have your RV serviced or to look at a new RV. Really not meant as a resort and doesn't function as one. But you can see a most astonishing array of super expensive shiny RVs!
Everything is paved, everything is very tight (you can almost touch the next RV from your window), everything works, they pick up your trash and give you coupons for breakfast and lunch.
LazyDays employs half the certified RV techs in Florida and their sales and maintenance facilities are impressive. - virginianola
The last two reviewers accurately describe this mega-RV park/campground and I concur with all of their observations. I will add that this place is full of big rigs and we're just a 30-footer, so it was a bit overwhelming with the big boys surrounding us in what were pretty tight spots for them. Lazydays gets a 10 for modern bathroom/shower facility, but if you're one to use CG showers, they are a bit of a hike if you're not put in a site that's close to them, which we weren't. Laundry facility was very nice; 12-14 of each w/d. Pool (heated) was very nice for lap swimming; a luxury you rarely get. The only reason we didn't give a higher rating was that this place was TOO big for us. We didn't attend rallies, and didn't meet up with friends as most others seemed to be doing, and our preference is something less "institutional" and with a lot more trees and character. - Jolly Out There