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21 RV Parks near South Patrick Shores, Florida
We did however find 21 campgrounds within 25 miles of South Patrick Shores. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near South Patrick Shores in the left hand column.
Jun 2016 - $40.00
The water is often cut off. So if you don't fill your fresh water tank, your out of luck. When they do a water treatment, they often use too much chlorine. One day they did it and I had a full blown asthma attack while taking a shower. Luckily there's a hospital nearby. I confronted the manager and she apologized, but did nothing about it. I ended up using my fresh water tank for showers until the chlorine smell went away (which was about a day or so). The maintenance crew consists of two men well into their 70's. The lawns looks terrible, it has big brown blotchy spots everywhere. Plus tons of ants. The rules that we were given were not enforced. There are a few blind corners, in which I've almost had accidents at. They have dangerous picnic tables (rotted and falling apart).
The residents are pretty nice and helpful, they've mentioned that this park owner isn't very attentive to the park (They've had a few owners). They have said since the new owners have had it, that they've raised the rent, but don't upgrade the park.
The spots are close together, so if you and your neighbor have your windows open, you're going to hear each other's conversations. It's a very quiet place though.
They use to have WiFi for $20/mo, but the person taking care of it said that the park owner no longer wanted to deal with it. So it was removed. The pool is not heated. Their bathrooms aren't very clean. Also there is a gentleman who is always at the public bathroom area. Whenever my wife went to use the bathroom, a man would constantly hit on her. I told the manager about this and she said she would talk to him, but that didn't stop him. The park easily floods. If you don't own a car that is high off the ground, you run a serious chance of your car flooding. I've heard (from the residents) that when the owner comes to visit, she's very short with them and has been known to insult some of them. - Mike Thomas
May 2016 - $40.00
This is not a 55+ RV park, though the mobile home section of the park is. [Admin Note: Called the park and was told that those under 55 were welcome "for a night or two".] The park grounds are beautiful, but the electric, cable connections, bathrooms and laundry are not maintained and are in need of updating. The water here is HORRIBLE. My trailer's sinks, shower, and dishes are heavily coated with limescale deposits. My sewer pipe was full of iron deposit. The electric breakers constantly blew, the water was shut off often without notice due to leaks on the property and sewer back-ups and leaks were common. The residents are very cliquish, and management does nothing to foster good neighboring. Park rules are discriminately applied and most people ignore them all together, unless their neighbor is breaking a rule, which gets promptly reported to management. Most of the trailers here are older models and the sites are close together. There are no pull-through sites and the newer, bigger rigs have trouble backing into sites. There is no park-wide Wi-Fi; it's only available at the clubhouse, which is closed in summer. No picnic table at the site. The park was quite noisy, dirty, and run-down. - CoachCouple
Mar 2016 - $35.00
This is our fifth trip to this park. Very quiet, close to the beaches and shopping in Melbourne. - melvingregory
Nov 2018 - $44.00
This campground is hard to rate. I gave it a 7 because there is no cable and the WiFi was sporadic at the best. The sites are fairly close together with some being a concrete pad and others sand or gravel. Our 42 ft fifth wheel fit only by backing up to the fence. There was minimal shade from a large tree at the front of the site. if you do not need 50 amp service, the sites 100-110 are large and you can see ship action from those. Now, I would give it a 10 for location. The campground is perfect for viewing a launch from Cape Canaveral. Walk out any of the gates and you can be on the beach, fish from the park or the jetty. Take your beach cart and you are set. Campers have 24 hour access to the beach, etc. while day visitors must leave by 11PM. There is good dog walking and those areas were clean. Watching the cruise ships leave from port was an added bonus. We will definitely be back once the snowbirds have departed. - j&b
Nov 2018 - $39.00
Stayed in Spot # 321, full hookups with a concrete pad. Very little shade, which was OK as we used a satellite dish on the roof of the coach. Park was clean and very nice. - FL_Georgetown
Aug 2018 - $35.00
Great campground. We stayed on 108 which is on the fenced side of the Inlet. Which we had been on 107 or 109 as then the water hookup would have been on correct side of RV. All even lots on this lane you have to run water hose under the RV to reach. Not a huge deal, but inconvenient. All sites on this side of the lane are very spacious. Fishing Pier and Beach within walking. Very friendly staff. - Dream Chasers
Jul 2017 - $39.00
Requested site facing north so we had the breeze from the Indian River. Sites seemed to have been designed for older rigs with no slides. Our site was narrow but the site next to us was vacant so that helped. There was no room for a picnic table which we didn't have anyway. There were larger sites but we were in a pull through. The people were friendly. There was a 4th of July pot luck there we attended. The view of the Indian River was terrific. Twenty minute drive to the most beautiful un crowded beaches with parking that easily accommodated our truck. For overnight this would be fine. - TailsAwagging
Jun 2017 - $65.00
Currently staying here, working on contract, a little pricey but you get what you pay for. Good cable TV, lots of OTA channels, great WiFi, stream anything you want. Staff is attentive but not overbearing, people leave you alone. Lots of stores close by and a little restaurant/bar is close by. I would recommend this place for short or long term. - Doc Naylor
Mar 2017 - $40.00
We were at the end of the row with rr tracks less than 100 feet away. They blow the whistle all night. Park was okay otherwise but had lots of permanent residents. - hug448844
May 2018 - $50.00
Summary-at $50/night, expect a bit more. The good news is that the Internet works and the common areas are clean. Very friendly long time campers tried to help me out as a relative "newbie". Staff also friendly. The bad news is the sites are not very level and mostly on just dirt or a very thin layer of gravel. Low spots mean there are pools of standing water after rains. Right on top of Interstate so you'll get some noise and even a view of that road. Pool closes at 7, not dark 'til after 8. Not sure why we couldn't use it? - lesstraveledroad
Feb 2018 - $50.00
The office is closed from 10-2, and not operated very well during office hours. We typically travel here after visiting Orlando, so checkout times of 11 in Orlando put us here before one. This has happened more than once, and the last time I called ahead during office hours to find out what site I would be on as not to be stuck waiting for the office to open. No one answered or returned my message. The Park was nice, the sites were mostly gravel. Good power and water. Nice base for the area, just needs better customer service. On both occasions the owners were in their office/house just ignoring us. - Motorhome Madness
Jan 2018 - $54.00
Small park slightly off the main road but very close to I-95. Lots of traffic noise all times of day. Ran the AC fan at night and mitigated it. Dirt roads that are in good shape. Very nice and very clean restrooms and showers. It was the Jan 2108 winter chill while we were there and no heat in the bathrooms made them almost impossible to use. Sites are somewhat close. Quite a number of permanent RVs there, but no eyesores. About a 30 minute drive to the beach but mostly convenient to shopping. Sams Club just across the street. If you like pizza, go to Pavarotti's on Cocoa Beach. Will stay here again on our way home from Key West. - NC Bill
Sites: 75 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 31 Reviews
Jun 2018 - $1.00
Our family stayed here for several weeks while my husband was working a contract job. The park is small, and friendly! A very homey atmosphere. The grounds are well kept, as is the bath house and club house. In the club house is a wonderful library with a cozy chair, perfect for rainy afternoons. There is also a great game closet for kids and adults. The managers are wonderful and always willing to chat for a few minutes. They run a tight friendly ship! - Fawn Owens
Mar 2018 - $45.00
We stayed, for a week, in the park owned 5th wheel camper as a "test" before purchasing our own camper. We have recently retired and wanted to be sure camping is the route we wanted to go. The managers are great people. Very helpful and friendly. The facilities are very clean and well-kept. Clubhouse, laundry, showers are all exceptional. We wouldn't hesitate to stay here again. - Ginger E
Feb 2018 - $45.00
We stayed at J.O.Y. while passing through on our way to Key West, and then again on our return trip. We were lucky to even find a site in the area on the way south due to the Falcon X launch that day, but they were able to get us a site on a last minute notice. The camp hosts were extremely friendly and very helpful. They escorted us to our site and helped guide us into our back-in site. Our sites were level both times. No cable, but over the air channels were fine for us. We didn't use the showers, but as a former RV park owner, I always check out the facilities and these were extremely clean and updated. We would definitely stay here again if passing through the area. - FW Traveler
Sites: 104 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 3 Reviews
Apr 2017 - $21.00
If you are retired military or retired civil service/NASA you can use this park. The location is great as it sits right along the Banana River on the south border of the No Motor Zone. Fishing from the shore of this park is great, there is a very nice boat ramp that can accommodate boats up to 33'. However, some of the maintenance has fallen by the wayside over the years. Sometimes power won't work at a site, or the hose bibs are seized up, or the dump station is backed up. With that being said, anytime there is an issue, the maintenance guys are there to solve the problem immediately. - Clgordon
Dec 2012 - $13.00
Rate based on a weekly rate. Park is right on the Banana River. There is a smell, but there's also a smell at Manatee Hammock and Patrick AFB. Must be the area. The park is big. There are fishing piers at the water-side sites, and a large fishing pier for the other campers. They have a nice boat ramp and boat slips, and 2 canoe launches. No sewer or cable. You can see the cruise ships docked at Port Canaveral. Birds, seagulls, pelicans, dolphins, manatees, alligators, turtles, are some of the wildlife we have seen. We will camp here again. There's a lot to do and see in the area including Kennedy Space Center, Port and Cape Canaveral, Cocoa Village and Beach, Titusville all of which are less than a 30 minute drive. - kgkaroonie
Feb 2012 - $15.00
This park is now available to retired military, so we decided to try it out for 3 nights. There are sites along the river with a very nice view, but we noticed an odor of stagnant water, so we went a bit farther down the road and parked out in the fields. They do not assign the spots, you drive around and pick your own. There is a large grassy field with hook ups in different areas. We just happened to get one with 50 amps, the ones along the river are 30 amp, and the charge is $20 for the view. We had a nice view from our site and no odor, for $15. There were only about 40 campers here all spread out in a very large area. It was very quiet and we saw 30 manatees around the boat docks. We will definitely stay here again. - Mistymay
Mar 2014 - $19.00
Very friendly, laid back older campground. Manager goes out of his way to foster interaction between long term and short term guests. We barely parked and were urged to come for potluck. Also we enjoyed a free cooking lesson and wine tasting, and invitation to play bridge,etc. Grassy pull thru was levelnand wide with concrete patio and drained well during heavy rainstorm. Heading northbound on Route 1 in or out of the park is tricky with the divided highway. Also trains run close by. - nonadonna
Nov 2012 - $20.00
The manager tried to make us happy, but barking dogs in front and back of us tend to make us unhappy. The cable didn't work. The facilities were not clean. Trains, planes, and automobiles but we got use to that. Could not get use to barking dogs. The fishing pier across from park and a boat ramp 1 1/2 miles away were the only good things about this park. - kgkaroonie
Jan 2012 - $30.00
If you like hearing airplanes, automobiles, and trains, this place is for you. 24/7 the noise never stops. The park is right on US 1, a four lane highway with 24 hours traffic. The railroad track is right behind the park, I mean right outside the park fence, and runs 24/7. We literally were shaken awake in the night by these trains. There is an airport approximately a mile away and these planes fly all day long right over the park. They are people learning to fly. The water is terrible and not drinkable, we had to buy all of our water in spite of the fact we had 2 water filters on our unit. The laundry and club house are dirty. The park is dirty, trash, not mowed, etc. The manager even came around one day and wanted us to pay $45.00 to have our site sprayed for bugs. Can you imagine? But true. The Wi-Fi service is not free, don't be fooled. We would never stay here again or recommend that anyone else does either. - bsnmobs
Nov 2018 - $40.00
Have 30' tow trailer. Sites are level but tight and not very private and mix of sand/dirt/grass. Fortunately we had some open sites between us and the water so it gave a more open feel. IF all sites occupied, it would feel very crowded. Sites nearer the water allow partial water views from outside of trailer. Short walk to fishing pier with beautiful views of river. Comfort stations have limited occupancy and reasonably clean. Trash needs to be taken to front of park (short drive or long walk). Picture ID of all required at check in. Can see Kennedy Space center launch area across the water and the entrance to the space center is very close to RV park (3 miles). Very good location if space center is being visited and exceptional location if viewing a launch. Repairs being made around the waters edge of park (some restricted access). Stayed 2 nights since this was a stop to visit Kennedy Space center in route to next location. - Steve Leth
Oct 2018 - $13.00
50 amp, FHU site, waterfront view of the Indian River and the Kennedy Space Center. Staff has done a great job of cleaning the campground after the hurricanes of the last 2 years. Approx. 58 OTA TV signals, WIFI worked well most of the time. My only complaint was that a previous tenant of our site left behind dozens of cigarette butts. There used to be trash barrels located around the park but no more, the only trash facility is up by the old office building and it's a dumpster. - Bob & Stephanie
Sep 2018 - $23.00
We spent 4 days here and had a great time. Very easy access from US1 into the park. Park is very well shaded. Very large rigs may experience some problems as there is drainage work being done and some of the interior roads are being detoured. We saw several 35+ foot units as well as 40 foot Class As in the inner portion so this may only be my imagination - Auggie Dog
Jul 2018 - $33.00
An amazing, county run campground on an island in the Intracoastal Waterway. No shade but many of the sites are right on the water. There's a restaurant and bait shop right at the entrance to the park. Check in was quick and easy. The only complaint is that many of the other campers didn't have their dogs on leashes. There are many beach access points and several state parks in the area. - jaxcruiser
May 2018 - $30.00
Spent a week on a waterfront site and enjoyed it. Fishing right out back was very handy. Whity's fishing tackle just to the north has everything you need. Large enough site [no paving] and was able to position the camper for a river view. If you need something you better bring it with you. It's a drive to most anything. 2 restaurants to the north. Park rangers kept everything tidy. Clear view for satellite or Orlando on the antenna. No sewer, but we can stretch a week on the holding tanks and use the bath house. They have a dump station. - Libby
Mar 2018 - $32.00
Nice location near Sebastian Inlet. Great beach accesses in Brevard County but their park could use a little TLC. Heavily used when we were here in March and it really shows. County commissioners: please put some $$ back into the place!
Odd sites where some pull straight in, some back in, some go sideways. The spaces require some thought on how to park so you are level. Picnic table was burned in spots and falling apart, and fire ring had trash and cat poop in it from tennants before. Litter in the mangroves galore. BUT great water access if you are on a water site!
You share a power post so make sure to have an extention cord that will run the length needed.
The kayaking was really good with lots of dolphins and birds. We had two eagles above us on the last day. The bathrooms are heavily used and showed the wear and tear as such. Your site can be exposed to high winds if on the West or the South side so be aware of that when booking. - Blowfishqueen
Apr 2018 - $50.00
Checked in on a Friday, paid for three nights, was told no one would be in office on Sunday. Left on Sunday left a note and asked for a refund on my card. Got a call Monday saying that they don't do refunds. Park was nearly empty, mostly seasonal at this time of year mid April. Site water handle was missing. Traveled from Vermont to Florida and would have to say I would never go back to this place. - Uncle Mike
Feb 2018 - $45.00
If you like in your face road noise augmented by train noise with narrow hard to access sites, this is the place for you. Basics: roads are paved and easy to drive until you have to make a turn. The sites are narrow and pretty much right on top of one another. The turn into our site was a major trick to shoehorn between the water hook up on the right side and the sewer on the left. Verizon phone and mifi worked well, apparently they have wifi but we saw no signal from our site so maybe it works up at the office. The pool is salt water and clean, showers were hot with ok pressure and the bathrooms were clean. Our stay here was a last minute thing and this was the only place in the area that had any space. We had to move to another site for our 2nd night. I'm pretty sure we're not going to stay here again just for the difficulty of site access. The staff was great and everything was clean. - pumper9x9
Jan 2018 - $47.00
Conveniently located on US 1. Easy access to paved sites. Mixed use park with some full-time residents and a ton of mature snow birds including a large contingency from Canada. They have shuffleboard, putting green, and activity center with quite a bit going on. Restrooms were quite clean and electronically secured. Had a bit of a problem with my reservation but staff was able to take care of it. The office and grounds staff were all quite friendly as were the folks staying here. NOTE: US1 is a busy four-lane road. The sites along the road have road noise and there is no barrier. There are also train tracks close enough to hear the trains. We are in a well insulated, well built rig but the noise still got to me. As work traffic picked up in the morning, it work me up. The pull thrus by the road are tight and subject to road noise. Scout your turns as some are rather tight for 45 foot fifth wheel. - Moe and Flo are on the go