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Date of Stay: January, 2015 - $44.00
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. We camped at Lazydays RV Campground in a Motorhome.
Flying J & Cracker Barrel close (within 1/2 mile); all else involves driving a couple of miles.
Date of Stay: January, 2015 - $35.00
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. We camped at Lazydays RV Campground in a Motorhome.
Stroll around the exclusive parking area where the $250,000+ RVs are parked and admire or covet.
Date of Stay: January, 2015 - $42.00
This is a very well-run campground with convenient access to just about any RV services one could ask for (Lazy Days, General RV, Camping World and others). The internal roads are paved but driving on them in a large RV can be a challenge as many cars are parked along and sometimes in the roadways due to the tight sites. There is a shuttle service throughout the campground. We camped at Lazydays RV Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $40.00
Stayed here twice in April, first time right after we got our new motorhome from Lazydays, the second time a few weeks after to get a couple of repairs done. Very nice campground, paved sites, full hookups, and wide paved roads to get to each site. Makes it very easy to back into your site. Campground provides tickets for free breakfast and lunches at The Front Porch (cafeteria in sales building), if you get the daily special. Otherwise, the tickets give you $3 off your meal. Very dog friendly, you can walk your dog through the campground, sales area, service area, and even into the sales office. There are dog poop stations and also a couple dog runs (separated into small/large dogs). The Wi-Fi here has spoiled us. We haven't found another campground that even comes close. Didn't use any of the amenities in the campground, but the pool and hot tub looked very nice (screened in). Campground also has a free driver confidence course that is definitely worth doing, no matter how long you've been driving your coach. There's a classroom lecture in the morning for one hour, then driving in the afternoon. Very happy with our stay here, would stay here again. We camped at Lazydays RV Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $52.00
Rate not discounted. Very nice park with many amenities, but sites are short and narrow. Tow vehicles don't fit in the site. A nice amenity was the Exit 10 Restaurant & Pub. We camped at Lazydays RV Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $50.00
Hard to fault this place except that the sites could be a little further apart. You might want to get a longer site to have some extra room. The complimentary breakfast/lunch was a very nice bonus. The pool and restaurant are fantastic, and Happy Hour was a great place to meet people. WiFi is available around the pool, but our site was close enough that we could usually access it from our coach. Access to the campground is good; just watch that you go to the second entrance; first is for sales and service. We camped at Lazydays RV Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $50.00
This is one of the best campgrounds we have stayed at. Sites are paved and level with asphalt and grass. They pick up the trash every morning if you put in in front of your coach. Free paper and breakfast and lunch. Free internet that works great and free cable. Shuttle service around the park and if you walk around someone will always ask you if you need a ride. Lots of security and great pool and spa. Restaurant on property with good food if you don't want to cook and and lots of activities going on. We stayed three nights and Friday they had a band and Saturday a movie in the Rec room. We camped at Lazydays RV Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $51.00
We've been here many times and always enjoy this park. The morning newspaper is delivered to your site and one morning we were surprised to find a quart of fresh strawberries delivered to our door, very nice touch. Some sites back up to the highway and would be noisy. A couple of the interior roads are narrow and make backing in a big rig a little tight. We will come back again. We camped at Lazydays RV Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $51.00
Lazy Days is a very large complex. They have a small retail store with supplies. All sites are paved and level, a very clean and friendly complex. Flying J and TA fuel stops & Cracker Barrel are all right here. We camped at Lazydays RV Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $55.00
This is a very nice park. Appears to be mostly frequented by purchasers from Lazydays. However, there are other campers here also. The park is well maintained with all paved sites. We had no issues with setting up our satellite, awnings, or slides-outs. We did have difficulty connecting to WiFi. The rate includes breakfast and lunch. The CG has security at night. The only drawback of this campground is they do not have a workout facility. We camped at Lazydays RV Campground in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2014 - $50.00
Lazy Days is a huge complex. The staff is extremely friendly. The campground has 299 sites and we had site 264, on one of the two cul de sacs. Our first few days here were pleasant enough, but next week is the big Tampa RV show and apparently that brings in some "yahoos" who are not considerate of others. A large group (some 40 or so) took over the cul de sac circle with a portable fire pit, loud music, loud talking and even louder young kids running around. This went on well past the 10pm quiet hour. Lazy Days security had to come at least twice to attempt to quiet things down. This crowd should have been told to disperse well before the 11:30pm when they did disperse. A shame a few ruin it for the many. We would rate the campground higher but this experience doesn't allow it. We camped at Lazydays RV Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2013 - $51.00
We camped here the last week of 2013. These folks are very focused on assuring excellent service and maintaining an above average facility. Service is the best we've seen!This time of year (around the Holidays) in central Florida one can expect to pay a premium price for a good campsite and that is true here, but it seems to be a good value. The sites are paved and the hookups are very good. Access around campground for vehicle movement is excellent.The additional services (meals- some included, WiFi, cable etc are great!) A few draw backs- but not significant issues- are the sites are short-a problem with overall facility design. Sites are 90 degrees perpendicular to the travel roads. Angled sites would have made parking the rig and possibly site length much improved. The dog runs are rather small and confining- and they need more dog runs of a larger size. Sewer connections are good, but in our case (and some others we noticed)the actual connection was above parking grade making drainage a bit of a chore. A disappointing aspect for us was that the sites- even though well mowed- were very weedy and they do not have any apparent established turf in the area we camped- or have lost control of the turf. And mother nature assured we had a good dose of mosquitoes the week we were here-- but hey that Florida! We will visit here again though. We camped at Lazydays RV Campground in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $48.00
We stayed here for a week while visiting various friends and family in the Tampa area. I was a little concerned that we might get pressured from the sales side of the organization but we were never bothered. In fact, staff was very friendly and helpful throughout our stay. The park is convenient to I-4 close to I-75 but far enough away that road noise (even from the competing truck stops at the exit) was not an issue at all. I requested a site change to allow satellite TV access and that was no problem at all (of course, the RV Park was only 35-40% full during our stay). All roads and sites are paved. Sites are priced by length (38’, 40’, 42’, 45’), relatively wide and separated by grass. I believe all sites are 90-degree back-ins, and noticed some big 5ers having difficulty making the cuts, but they might have been new owners needing practice. Utilities were all OK, although the Wi-Fi was often quite slow. The pool and tennis areas were in constant use while we were there, and the “complimentary” newspaper, breakfast and lunch in the company cafeteria, shuttle bus to HQ, and trash collection are nice features. We ate twice in their “Exit 10 Pub” for dinner and the food was decent and not too overpriced. There are multiple dogs runs on the property, although the set (big and small sections) connected to the campground was in a distant corner. There were very few perma-rigs on site. Competitor Camping World has relocated to the next exit east on I-4. Good VZW. We camped at Lazydays RV Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $48.00
WE THOUGHT $48 was high for this park but high season starts Oct 1. You are also charged by RV length. They give 15% military discount and 10% for most other cards. The campground is very quiet and well maintained. It has several restaurants. If you need RV repairs they have over 100 bays but make an appointment. A lot of things to do nearby, Busch Gardens, Disney World etc. We really enjoyed our stay here. We camped at Lazydays RV Campground in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $38.00
We always like a stop at Lazy Days. What more can you ask for [even a newspaper]. The restaurant now offers other items at an extra cost. Not needed as far as I'm concerned. We contacted a salesman this time there, but was never bothered at our site to make a sale. We appreciated that. Camping world has moved and is no longer there. Lazy Day store is much more expensive and small. Things change I guess, but some things should be left alone. We camped at Lazydays RV Campground in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
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