I think I am one of the few people that really didn't like Lazydays. The sites are short and the streets are crowded with toads. We had to have the neighbors on all sides move their cars so we could leave. It is a huge place with lots of things to do. I can see why people love it. Our problem was noise and congestion. We are in our 30's and it was just to much for us. Most of the night the group next door had seven (we counted) small children running in and out of their travel trailer. This went on until past midnight. We could actually feel their stomping in our 41ft rig. After calling our sales rep, they did move us to a corner site which was better but it was still constant traffic, golf carts and noise.
The site was free because we were looking to purchase a new RV. - sjrmathis
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