53 Parks near Summerfield, Florida
Feb 2017 - $45.00
Paved roads. Sites are grass/sand, level, some with paved patio and table. No shade. Staff was friendly and helpful. We did not use the pool. The WiFi actually worked! As all of you know most RV parks advertise WiFi but do not deliver; we were very pleased with this park's WiFi. - Tom-MNAK
Jan 2017 - $25.00
Stayed one night on way to South Florida. Park was clean and well kept. Electric was good as was water and cable tv. We had a pull thru site that easily handled us and our tow. Site was crushed lime rock, but was level and easy to get in and out . Plenty of width for the site. There was limited shaded sites available but since we were only overnighting, we were happy with what we had been assigned. Interior roads were paved. Staff that we dealt with were friendly and very helpful. There is a Camping World next door if needed. Restaurants are nearby. Park was very quiet and peaceful. We would stay here again when in area. - delta 26
Apr 2016 - $29.00
We are very new to the RV camping world. This resort is right next door to Camping World which is where we purchased our new travel trailer so we thought we'd try it close by in case there were issues with our unit (or we didn't know how to hook something up). The staff is very nice; We came in after the office staff had gone but she left me a note as to which sites were available. The site we used was a pull through which made it easy for us first-timers. The sites were wide, clean, and the hook-ups worked great. The bathrooms in the facility were spotless! The pool was also spotless and nice. Although we didn't have time to participate, we noticed there were activities available at the clubhouse (Wii bowling, Zumba class, Texas Hold 'em). We also didn't use the laundry but it looked nice as well. The only reason I didn't give it a 10 is the road noise from Hwy 441 but that's not really their fault; just a location issue. We could only stay 2 nights. One evening, we drove to The Villages for dinner. What a delight that was! I would return again. - new FL camper
Feb 2017 - $45.00
Very congested park with no site amenities (grills, tables, etc.) The grass sites will be messy on rainy days. - GICUR12
Jan 2017 - $36.00
This is a clean park .5 mile off interstate, so very little highway noise. We were assigned a very spacious pull through space (116R). Site was all sand, so we used pads under levelers. Even though we had a torrential rain, water drained very well. Park has large clubhouse with lots of activities. Grocery store 1.5 miles away. We stayed in a motorhome and would definitely return. - User3770
Dec 2016 - $37.00
Paved interior roads, but narrow. Only room for one vehicle, or you have to drive on the grass if other vehicle is on coming. Park is neat and clean, and very friendly service. We were in pull-through, grassy area. Good 50 amp service and no issues with water pressure. We didn't hook up to cable, but it is available. They escort you to your site. Our nightly rate was based on rally rate. No patio, no picnic table. Fire rings are not allowed on campsite, there are 2 for common use in the park. Sites are pretty close together, and our first night there, neighbors had a loud barking dog. Not much privacy if you have a group of people, as the sites are so close. But, if in Florida in the winter, it is difficult to find a reasonably priced park, especially one this neat and clean at this price. We would stay here again. - Vicki K
Mar 2016 - $40.00
Sandy lots for RVs with small yappy dogs all around you.
Wifi only in or near the office.
Received an electric bill for previous tenants, not managed well.
Couldn't get a dish TV connection. Considered buying a MH that was for sale but after several unanswered questions from the office I was approved but wasn't allowed because I have a Labrador that doesn't bark. Such a waste of time for us and the owner. Was then informed by the owner that the office play's favorites. Best to drive past this place and go to another park on 466. - Reenie
Aug 2014 - $32.00
Laundry machines were all rusty. Mostly older park models. They put daily and weekly right by road and dumpsters with no screening and a noisy pump that runs most of the time. Office and computer room so small there is not room for more than 2 people at a time. WiFi does not even work in computer room. People walking and driving through sights instead of taking the road, all the time. - mountainfan
Mar 2014 - $40.00
This is mostly a retirement park with about 400 permanent sites. There are less than 30 sites set aside for overnight stays, some shaded. The staff is friendly, and we would stay there again as it's very close to who we visit. It's an old park. They will give you the Good Sam discount if you ask for it, but they're not a member. The bathrooms are old and not in good shape. Out of five showers, only two worked. Out of five sinks, two had no water. The water pressure was poor in the bathrooms and at our RV site. The sites were quite level and the power posts in good shape with consistent 50 amp service for the four days we stayed there. Free coffee and donuts in the morning. - grizzz
Jan 2017 - $22.00
The reviews for this park were mixed and we were a little apprehensive about staying here. It is close to Ocala and the restaurants and stores there, even closer to the small town of Belleview with fast food restaurants and groceries. The big draw here is its location along mountain biking trails. This is good and bad in that it is a nicely wooded area with trails, but a lot of cyclists stop and use the bathhouse for showers and it gets overuse. The policy is to charge $8 a shower, but it is not enforced. There's an area next to the park where cyclists can practice skills. We talked with our neighbor who has been here before and he said the last time he was here 50 boy scouts were camped in the scout area and the cleanliness of the facilities were awful. Apparently, it gets very crowded on the weekends. (We stayed Monday - Friday).
The 25 sites have 50 amp and water. There's an ok dump station that we used on the way in since the tanks were full. We were on site 11 - an interior site by the restroom. We barely fit and I had to hold back a branch to back in. Cost is $22/night. There are 2 shelters also. Surprisingly, with all the trees we were able to access satellite TV. - cincychic
Jan 2017 - $22.00
With tax and reservation fee, our cost was over $26/night for a 3 night stay. Hook-ups (water and 50 amp only) worked perfectly. Verizon cell and Sprint Mifi worked well. There is a dump station which looks to be easily accessed and functional but we did not use it. We could not obtain a DirecTV satellite signal but did obtain a few OTA stations by antenna. My general observation is that all sites on the right side (as you drive in from the entrance station) have trees which will prevent a sat signal whereas the sites to the left side along with sites 19-25 are in a more open area with few trees and are likely to receive a sat signal. The bathroom/showers are so-so (not super clean but not grossly dirty). They offer plenty of hot water and water pressure. We did not see any non-campers using campground restrooms. You can hear highway noise as well as trains. A train whistle woke me up one night even though I consider myself a sound sleeper. Park staff was ok but nothing special. Unless you are into the hiking/biking trails or need to be in the Ocala area or are seeking low-cost camping, you might consider alternate campgrounds. - GottaGoNow
Feb 2016 - $11.00
Nice small park. Outstanding for mountain bikers. 85 miles of trails, 3 levels of difficulty and free riding area. Paved loop, 25 level gravel sites, not too close, partial or no shade. Friendly staff. Close to Ocala. - GDoug
Jan 2017 - $45.00
We were given a site with sewer hookup buried in sand which WE had to dig out. The night manager was down with shoulder surgery with no one to cover for him. Our lot was on a hill with sewage hookup so far away at the upper end we had to find a store to purchase more septic hose. Since we arrived late on a Friday afternoon, we were on our own. Cable was NOT provided as advertised. As we left the check-in office at 3:45, the office ladies said "Oh, by the way, you'll have to contact Comcast and arrange for your own cable." No internet, no cable, digging out our own sewage connection buried in sand. The laid up night manager explained that "it's too bad you got that site, but I can't help you, I just had surgery ...... You'll have to wait until Monday. We have an old TV set. Comcast - total runaround which was because this park couldn't negotiate the contract so left all residents & transients to fend for themselves. Luckily the resident living next to our lot left the key in his golf cart!! No one was home until late evening. If we hadn't been able to move that cart and 3 old picnic tables off the lot, we could not have parked at all! We stayed here last year for the month of January. Loved it. This year, disaster. We are hunting for alternative RV parks for next winter. We are DONE here. - Merithew
Apr 2016 - $50.00
Nice older park with clean facilities and a large recreation center. My one and only complaint is short stay RVers park on dirt with no patio. - Grouper
Mar 2016 - $31.00
This was our first time staying, so the free day reduced our weekly rate to $222.45. Normal rate would be closer to $37 a day. You can never be bored here! They have eight pickleball courts divided into four for intermediate and four for advanced. We didn't use the pool or hot tub but it looked lovely. Tons to do in the area as it's next to The Villages. You do need to pay for the Wifi separately, but at least it was available. They provide cable hookups which we skipped since we have a tailgater and had a nice open clear sky. Many of the sites in the park are shaded.
Lot spacing was spacious with sunny/open exposure. Site surface was grass and featured a picnic table. - Da Keeffes
Oct 2016 - $45.00
Friendly staff. Park was clean but restrooms and showers were disgusting. - Dan B
Apr 2016 - $45.00
We stayed here from Nov to May of 2015-16. We had a new site, site #95, great 50 amp, good water pressure. The bandwidth of the Wi-Fi slow on occasion because of usage but was adequate. The staff was OUTSTANDING.
This was a good jumping off point to visit the north central Florida area, 1 hour to Orlando, 45 minutes to the gulf. We loved this place. The monthly rate was $499 plus electricity, with mail service too. - walt66
Mar 2016 - $49.00
Stayed one night in a very long pull thru, right across from the fenced dog park. Very handy for us to let the dogs run. Our site was wide enough and very long. Easy in and out for our 42-footer plus toad. Would stay again for an overnight, but not a destination by any means. - User3025
Dec 2016 - $45.00
With tax we ended up at $50/night. Be sure to navigate to the Griffin Avenue entrance. The back roads are narrow and curvy but do-able. Once inside, it wasn't abundantly clear where to stop, check-in and unhook our toad. There is a sign that says to call so we did. A friendly lady answered our call and quickly appeared in a golf cart to escort us to our site. Our site was a back in which gave us a wonderful view of the grounds through our big windshield. We enjoyed seeing horses with carriages going by from time to time. The office recd packages for us and delivered them to our site.
Now for the not-so-good. As beautiful as the grounds are, the design of the RV area is a little quirky. Our back-in site was grass for parking the motorhome (not great when putting down jacks) while the front part of the site was gravel for the tow car. We had a poured concrete patio with a picnic table. We found ourselves wondering why didn't they put more gravel or pour more concrete for the motorhome. It was kind of odd. The other odd thing is the sprinklers. With all that lovely green grass, you know they have to water it. Their sprinkler system is industrial strength and runs every night - specifically 3:47am for 30 minutes. Did I mention it runs every night? The sprinklers spray highly pressurized water at anything and everything. We could hear the water hit our motorhome starting at the back and then working it's way forward along the side. The first night we jumped out of bed to be sure all of our windows were tightly closed. After the second 3:47am awakening, we called the office to see what could be done. They dropped off half-circle pieces of plastic to stick in the grass near the sprinkler heads. They told us to find the sprinkler heads ourselves and did not offer to help. The last quirk was that the park had a significant drop in water pressure for about six hours one morning. Bottom line - we wanted to try something different. We're glad we did but don't think we'd return. - GottaGoNow
Nov 2016 - $36.00
We have stayed here multiple times. Beautiful RV park, set up to support equine events, therefore lots of open space for horses and events. Also now have dog events. Our site was a concrete pull thru site with patio and picnic table. Our site was level with easy in and out for big rigs. Most sites don't have shade, however sites 1 - 12 at entrance of park have some shade and are back ins. Grounds are clean! Staff is very friendly and helpful. Good size dog park back by site 45, two areas one for small, one large, just needs a bench for us dog owners. There is also lots of green area to walk dogs. The laundry room is small, but efficient. There is a museum and cafe on property but haven't visited. There is no pool or playground, however the lodge has a pool table. There is also a fishing pond. No highway noise since the park is located a distance off I-75, and the back roads are narrow to the RV entrance. We had no issues with a 40' motor home and tow, just took it slow around corners. Would highly recommend if staying in the area more then a night! We stay here a few times a year when coming in and out of Florida. - KKColorado
Oct 2016 - $36.00
This is not a "normal" campground, you rent a side on a huge horse ranch, where mostly nothing is walkable.
You can rent rent a golf cart but only for a whole week ($150) not per day, if you didn't have a towable, scooter or golf cart behind your motorhome you may have a problem to reach the showers or restrooms without having a wet shirt wen you arrive.
The view at of work window is very nice (especially because we were alone on the whole campground).
The wifi doesn't work so we have to use our smart phone as a hotspot, AT&T provides us 3 bars LTE.
They have a huge fenced dog park, separate for small and bigger dogs, the sides are pretty level, long enough for each kind of motorhome and towable and very spacious to each side.
They didn't provide cable TV on the sides but we received 24 HD channels over antenna. - Columbus
Jan 2017 - $1.00
Nice Thousand Trails. Mostly level full h/up 30 and 50 amp pull thru and back in sites. Friendly people and fair amenities. You have to pay for wifi, but cell is good. They are now assigning sites, so you may or may not get satellite reception and only a couple of OTA channels. Right off I-75 and would stay here again. - teepee51
Nov 2016 - $1.00
We stayed for one week in a 34' 5th wheel. The sites were grass but level and very large, big rigs should have no problem. No trouble getting satellite to work, 3 bars verizon signal. Restrooms were well maintained, though it can be a long walk to get to them depending on where your site is. Plenty of dining and shopping within 20 minute drive. - dseipel2
Nov 2016 - $27.00
The sites are grassy, level and not too close together. The clubhouse & pool area is newly renovated and very nice. There is no cable and some sites have a lot of trees so no satellite and the wifi is only pay per use. Cell coverage for ATT is good since the park is close to the interstate. - SGF
Dec 2016 - $16.00
Super friendly staff and residents!\We were given on of the three pull-thru sites for our travel trailer while visiting relatives in The Villages. Nestled under the trees, it was a fairly level site. Good over the air television reception and decent Wi-Fi connectivity. Good 30-amp power. Water and sewer hook-ups located conveniently. A bit difficult to see the entrance from the road. The best approach is from the north on US-Hwy 301 aka S. Main. A little bit noisy as the turnpike is adjacent to the campground. We will definitely stay here again. - thetravelkids
May 2016 - $17.00
The lady I made the reservation with was super helpful and nice! They have only 3 pull-thrus so she voluntarily put us in a space where no one was behind us so we didn't have to unhook! This is an older park with lots of long term and permanent residents. They were quiet and helpful. Our utilities were good, except our sewer connection had been run over and was in bad shape. One piece of advice - this park is right off the turnpike. Our gps took us past the park (we didn't see the small brown sign) and wound us through a neighborhood. We stopped to call them for directions. When we found it we realized you can't turn left into the park, which explains the detour. - The Griffins
Feb 2016 - $20.00
Nice place to stay when in the area. The daily rate was for a week's stay. We were in the area to visit friends at The Villages and the location worked great. There were several extended stay residents in the park but were not a problem. Lots of trees but we were able to get satellite reception. Internet was very good. Not wanting to be picky but if I have any complaint, it would be the sap on my tow vehicle and motorhome.
Sites are near to each other, surfaced with grass and mostly shady. - gobigred
Dec 2015 - $10.00
Mostly a winter over Senior park in a great location near The Villages and Leesburg, and a short drive to the attractions of the Mt Dora area. The park is very pet friendly and has a small fenced dog park. There are also a number of art/crafts, games, dinners, and other social activities available at the clubhouse. Apparently there is new management here and the place is undergoing some improvements. The manager and employees here are extremely accommodating. Overall, a nice reasonably priced place to spend the winter. - dewbon1