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21 RV Parks near South Beach, Florida
We did however find 21 campgrounds within 25 miles of South Beach. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near South Beach in the left hand column.
Mar 2016 - $21.00
Great people and we have a great site. Very nice area and the park is well managed. Very close to shopping and the beach. - Michael and Shirley Engle
Dec 2012 - $35.00
First, I would not pay too much attention to the "3" rating unless you are hauling a bunch of toys. We have a 40' MH and a toad. We only stayed 4 nights and were placed on a large site that used to house a trailer/Park model; among the other trailers. No RV's in sight... It was fine! Neighbors were friendly and hook-ups worked. The Wi-Fi was too far away but the Verizon data and cell was great. The location is close to Vero Beach and Ft. Pierce. Shopping abounds. They do have an area just for RV's; maybe for the monthly rentals? In any case, no complaints and we would stay here again. - Kokomo
Jul 2012 - $35.00
We have spent 2 years at Tanglewood but will never come back. We were told we could not have our boat or anything else on our lot. It's double standards when the president of the community can have his motorhome on his lot but no one else can have campers, trailers, car dollies, boats, or any thing extra on their lots. There are plenty of other places around the Vero Beach area that welcome campers and their toys. - kgkaroonie
Apr 2018 - $60.00
Roadrunner RV Resort is a large campground, located a few miles inland in Fort Pierce. My experience has shown that most RV parks are located adjacent to an active railroad, an Interstate, an airport of a combination of all 3. This one is next door to the busy St Lucie County Airport. Take-offs and landing occur frequently and at all hours. The facility is well managed and the grounds well maintained. The staff does their best with check-ins, tho the office gets busy, especially during snowbird season. Speaking of snowbirds; Roadrunner must advertise in Quebec. I'd estimate that, during the winter months, 90% of the park is French speaking Canadian. They literally take over the place and are pretty insular. After mid-April, they flee back north and the campground is quiet and sparsely occupied, mostly with permanent residents. Our site was grass, with a concrete slab patio. A bit tight getting our 37' TT backed in around several trees. The bathrooms are kept clean, but can get messy in a hurry when the park is full. They have a multi-use room, which hosts meetings and events. There is a small diner on site that serves decent meals. A pitch and put golf course and a well stocked general store. Overall a very nice park, with two very distinct personalities, depending on when you stay. - Todd Hancock
Feb 2017 - $35.00
The site that was given to us was just the right size for a 37 foot motorhome; all of the facilities were good and this is very quiet campground.The only area that needs upgrading is their site allocation system; I think their computer dates back to the 80's, so much so, that the staff uses a wall-mounted board for site availability. - chester 2016
Jan 2017 - $32.00
Park has a couple dozen full time residents -one of them who is no longer there , had an issue with us because of their pet. ( note to new campers) -( if you don't have a pet ) be prepared for almost every pet in the park to fertilize your site .. Back to the full time resident who is no longer there-that person -lied to the local law enforcement about us , and the management took their side -good thing we had proof that it was a lie ..Like the area that the park is located in ( proximity to the ocean ) and traffic not bizarre , management and ownership not so much .Owners and management feel that , occupants ( snow birds ). Really don't matter much, they know that if they have an issue , the management will have no problem filling the spot with some other snow bird.. Park has some issues, needs some updates, size of sites are cramped, park is in an economically depressed area - Daveharley
Feb 2016 - $22.00
This park is conveniently located near Fort Pierce. We stayed here for one month. It is primarily occupied by permanent residents, but there are transient sites available. $150.00 per week. While there are no amenities, each site has its own sewer hookup. The permanent residents are friendly and helpful. We camped in a travel trailer and would definitely stay here again. - sailor323
Jul 2018 - $55.00
We stayed in for a couple days passing through. Park was mostly gravel and not much in regards to landscaping. No real amenities other than the Cable TV. Park was OK for a quick stop through. - Ajessuptrek
Jul 2017 - $60.00
Broken water hook up, said they would fix when we left. Had to use my own tools to open and close the valve, fence missing in places around camp ground, gates not closed at night, not that it mattered. We did not feel safe. I would have felt more secure in a Walmart parking lot, well overpriced and you did not have any amenities. A palm tree had fallen very near our site, and should have been removed and was not, I ran over it at Night causing damage t0 my vehicle . Very poorly lighted park. I would not stay here if I were you. - sunfish1
Jan 2017 - $60.00
Don't bother to read the website or the site park that the office staff hands out. The pictures are NOT from this campground. The palm trees and grass between site simply doesn't exist. The circular arrangement for the sites are tight, poorly laid out and the all-rock site and areas around the sites are horrible. There are no amenities to call me back to this campground. No pool, part-time office staff and a campground under construction. The KOA sign is difficult to see and the entrance ca not handle big rigs with S-turn. - NJ-Montana
Mar 2018 - $61.00
The campgound is located on Rt 70 between I-95 and the Florida turnpike.Very easy entry and departure. It is a very large RV park. After check in we were guided to out lot and assisted in parking the rig. The gate operation was explained very carefully to us as the gate will only admit one vehicle at a time. They are concerned that if you try to squeeze in under the same opening that the gate will come down on top of you. The sites have a concrete pad with a patio and picnic table, no fire pit. The water pressure is very high, you will need a pressure reducer. We only stayed one night, it was a very convenient stop off point. - Nautilus
Feb 2018 - $61.00
What a nice RV park. We are new snowbirds, from NJ, and have been staying at different RV parks in Florida, to decide where to return in the coming years. Treasure Coast is our favorite by far! It is our second to last stop before heading home. We are so sorry to leave this beautifully manicured, well run campground. This is an all RV park, with spacious (by FL standards) concrete slabs for the RV and patio, modern hook-ups, spotless bathrooms and a laundry room with a screened in sitting porch overlooking a beautiful lake in the center of the park. The lawns are mowed weekly, nice activities - especially the aqua size in the morning (the person who runs it is so entertaining), the people are extremely friendly and always greeting you as they pass by. My only wish - is that they would install a fitness center with a few machines and weights. We have enjoyed our time so much, we extended our stay and cancelled the next scheduled campground. Our only regret? Is that we didn't stop here first at the beginning of our travels as we already put down a non-refundable month's deposit for next year at another campground on the gulf coast and now wish we had scheduled next year differently. We will definitely return. - SusanZ
Jan 2018 - $36.00
The park is clean everywhere. And the staff is perfect. Very helpfull. We arrived late and the park was closed. Someone came to see us, let us in and gave us a lot for the night. It was a very good experience. And we would recommend it without hesitation. - Yvan Comeau
Feb 2017 - $37.00
One of the owners is affiliated with a construction company that stores their equipment on the grounds of the campground. Every morning bright and early you can hear the roar of the trucks and equipment start up and go about their business. This campground is not quiet by any means! Very unprofessionally run at so many levels, amateur hour.....to say the least. The noseums in late afternoon and evening will carry you away! Saw many people leave and go to another campground do to the heavy bug infestation. This place was a big disappointment! Stay away. - Craig-9797
Aug 2016 - $46.00
This park is so beautiful, the owners keep doing improvments every summer . It is a beautiful place to visit in the summer with plenty of shade from the beautiful oak trees. The pool is spectacular. The sites are very clean and ready for you to relax and enjoy. The winters are so nice here the weather is perfect. The workampers are very nice and they are eager to help anyone with anything they need. The showers and restrooms are very clean. The laundry room is also clean. Come to Vero Beach kamp and enjoy your camping experience with the best. There is nothing like a fun camping experience I give this Kamp a 10 without a doubt. - Gerri_Norm123-- Theiss
Aug 2016 - $47.00
All of the new upgrades are awesome!!!! The new pool deck. The asphalt roads, etc.
Great staff. Great owners. And the new wifi system ROCKS!!!
Will definitely be staying here again. We stay in Florida annually and this is our new favorite spot. - airstreamlover
May 2018 - $22.00
Allow long or short time stays (great for construction or contract workers). Sewage at each site. Camping ring road was rough but it had been raining for some time before we got there (tropical storm while we were there). Great price and convenient location. We bought our camper to be able to visit our grandchildren in the area. Looking forward to spending more time here. - LindaC-FL
Nov 2017 - $24.00
Sites are a bit small with little privacy for each other. Showers are a joke. Fairly clean & modern but no hot water. The women's showers do not drain. - woodsboss
Mar 2016 - $29.00
Very impressed with this county campground. Even though there was a little dust along the road in front of our campsite, it was not a problem. We backed up to a canal and had full hookups and a campfire ring. The layout was fine and we got good signal coverage for our DirecTV. We used the laundry facilities that were adequate. Nothing fancy but did fine. We loved the location and went for a couple of day trips up and down the coast. We would not hesitate to return. - rwarner22
Aug 2016 - $50.00
This is a very clean, immaculately kept and VERY well run gem of a park, nestled directly on the Indian River, with views that will take your breath away. Looking for a place to bring your RV and enjoy a quiet, restful, and quaint "Old Florida" type town? Pelican's Landing has it. Looking for a place to bring your boat or kayak, and leave it right at a boat slip on premise? Pelican's Landing has it. Looking for a place where you can enjoy spectacular sunrises that you'll never forget? Pelican's Landing has it. The only problem we encountered at Pelican's Landing was that we didn't want to leave! We originally booked our stay for a week.....we ended up staying for a month. If you're in the area, please don't miss this place. If you're not in the area, find a way to get there. You won't regret it. Thanks to the staff. Your hospitality was greatly appreciated. Pelican's Landing is "first class" in every way. - Ken and Debbie K
Mar 2016 - $65.00
Pelican's Landing trailer park is expensive for what it has to offer. Although the sites are wide and it is on the intercoastal. It is definitely not a 5 star. WiFi does not work; water pressure is poor; water at times has a terrible swampy smell; and cable TV offered by the park is the bare minimum.
The laundry facility only provides cold water, and the machines are not dependable. There are no camp showers. There is no pool. The noise level from the trains (they run 24/7 and frequently day & night) and garbage pickup (5:30 AM 4 times a week) is quite disturbing.
Management lacks people skills .
Now having said all that we did spend 4 seasons there as campers in our own RV. Almost all of the other campers were and are quite wonderful and we made a lot of great friends.
The camp ground became very expensive and totally unpredictable in their administration and varying policies, so we found another place that better suits our needs. - FB Hannemann
Sep 2015 - $120.00
We rented a mobile home "cabin" for 3 nights, and paid for dock tie up for 3 days . The cabins are very well furnished but the water smells awful. That rotten egg smell whenever you use the hot water is very unpleasant, and after taking a shower, you don't feel clean. We did not use the dock tie up because the stormy weather each night made me fearful my boat might get swamped. We had an automobile accident on the third day and left a day early as I wanted to have the repairs made as soon as possible. The back of my SUV was damaged and leaked whenever it rained. I asked for a refund for the third day and for the 3 days I was unable to use the dock tie up. Management said their policy was NO REFUNDS period! So, if you have a problem or an emergency, don't expect any consideration. - robert407
Jun 2018 - $60.00
Overall the park was clean and very conveniently located to interstate 95. Also close to restaurants and food. The roads were not in very good shape however it is obviously working on them. The site was clean and level. - Deckwalker
May 2018 - $25.00
This is quite a large park. We are in s 42 foot motorhome towing. We have to have gotten the worse site in the park. In walking the park there were several available sites with either a grassy area for your chairs and picnic table. The site we were given #25 has a small strip of sandy dirt with no room for chairs. Our awning almost touched the mobile home next to us. We are here for 3 nights. Very dissatisfied with our site needless to say. - Gusie
Feb 2018 - $36.00
Like many parks in Florida, this Encore park is full of snowbirds who come down for the winter to escape the cold, mostly from the east coast and Canada, many French-speaking guests. We got a back-in spot between two permanent park models, with no one behind us. That was great for us, we were able to put down the ramp and unload the motorcycles without an issue, although it was a bit of a challenge getting into it with our rig - kind of a tight squeeze, but once in we were happy. Loved our neighbors! Everyone was friendly, including the gals in the office. They bent over backward to make sure we had what we needed, and even called to let us know when packages arrived. We stayed two months, and then were able to extend our stay another 9 days for "free" with the Trails Collection we purchased. It's already paid for itself twice over. Bathrooms are cleaned daily, didn't use the laundry but it seemed clean. Lots of activities, many geared toward the long-termers but everyone is welcome to join. The pool was well-used while we were there from mid-January through the end of March, with retirees attending an exercise class every morning, and volleyball some afternoons. It's a nice area with plenty of restaurants, major shopping, and the ocean within 10-12 miles. Closer to Sebastian than Vero Beach, there are grocery stores within 3 miles and 3 gas stations at the freeway exit. The freeway noise was loud some nights because of the construction, but that seemed to be due to heavy trucks needing to stop and start up again because of lane closures. Other than that we didn't really notice it, even with the windows open at night. A new pedestrian bridge was installed while we were there, it will be part of a longer rail-trail that currently exists along CR 512. Made for a nice place to get in a good walk or bike ride, and we even rode to the grocery store. We would come back. - Denise and Glenn