53 Parks near Summerfield, Florida
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
Apr 2016 - $35.00
Stayed a week here because of the parks proximity to the Villages. This is a very clean, well maintained park. We were on a site that had new concrete pads. There is a nice new pool, but it is a bit small if you like to swim (I think max dephth is under 5 ft).
The park is located right besides Camping World and 10 min from the Villages. We would have liked to stay one more day, but they would not prorate that day to the weekly rate, and so we took our business elsewhere. - dswiss
Apr 2016 - $29.00
Very nice campground. Sites way better than average, but the patio was in a funny place for our Fiver (should be moved back farther from road so where the door opens.) Great activity center. Staff very friendly and helpful. Highly recommend when in the area. WiFi very slow so used phone hotspot. - Bubblehead651
Jul 2016 - $24.00
This was a welcome off-season find for us at a reasonable price that we will use in the future for a first or last overnight. The entry, office, pool, and restrooms were all clean and nicely-landscaped, a good first impression. Our dog enjoyed the large, fenced park. Appeared to be a mix of closed up winter homes, current residents, and a few over-nighters like us. Some ancient and run-down trailers alternated with modern rigs, but otherwise the place has a generally well-kept appearance, nicer than many similar places in our state. Very easy off & on Interstate 75, but peaceful enough for a good night's sleep. - NC Writer
Jun 2016 - $32.00
One night stay while traveling north on 75. Called ahead for reservation and gate code. Easy access and huge pull thru site. Easy hook ups. Needed a bolt cutter for a lost key on hitch and after hours staff person arrived within 10 minutes to cut it off. Clean individual bathroom and showers in clubhouse. Will return for overnight stay. - s1a12
Jun 2016 - $41.00
Ocala Sun RV Resort is centrally located between Gainesville and Orlando and is situated on Highway 484 in Ocala, Florida, approximately ½-mile from I-75, so it's very convenient to get off/on I-75 during your travels. There is a Pilot located at the exit off of I-75, as well as a couple of restaurants. If you need supplies, there is a Walmart about a mile down the road from the RV resort. Accommodations at the park consist of spacious grass sites, but fairly well maintained, and are mainly sunny and open, so great if you have a satellite dish. If not, they offer free cable-TV (approximately 70 channels to choose from) as well as free Wi-Fi. The sites are fairly level and offer full hookup (50 AMP, sewer, and water). Pull through sites seemed a bit more spacious then the back-in sites. Pool looked refreshing, but our time there did not allow us to take advantage of it. Staff was great and we would definitely return to this park in the future. We stayed here in a 40' motor coach. - The Diesel Gypsies
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
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
May 2015 - $11.00
We stayed at Santos Campground May 2015. This park is now under the mgmt of Florida State Parks, so you may use the FSP website to make reservations. We took advantage of this to reserve a specific site for our 45' motorcoach. The longest site is Site 23. All sites are back-ins. This park could be a very good park if they trimmed the low-hanging tree branches. WATCH OUT for very low tree branches not only on the paved park roads but also the RV sites themselves. As we arrived, we disconnected our towed to go check out our site. We were going to not stay due to low tree limbs, but the park host went to his site & got a saw to cut back limbs so we could stay. The park hosts were outstanding! Its sad that the mgmt does not care enough to trim very low hanging tree branches. Other than that, we had an enjoyable stay. Close to Ocala, close to the Villages, and out in the country to enjoy the fresh air and go for long walks on their outstanding Trail System. Electric is 20/30/50 amp at all sites and good strong voltage even when its 96 outside. Water is good (not well). Dump station on the way out easy to access. Like other have written, restrooms/showers could use a regular cleaning. They "contract out" the bathroom cleaning and it shows. The hosts are not responsible for bathroom cleaning, only campsite maintenance. When traveling thru this area again, we will definitely return to Santos Campground. - TravelnSteve
Mar 2015 - $11.00
Small, nice campground. Obviously, a very popular place for mountain biking enthusiasts. We rode the "easy" trails. The trails are fun and nicely maintained. Our biggest complaint is with the restroom/bathhouse. It really needs a good cleaning. My husband described the men's shower as "grody" and he's not near as picky as me. Also, no toilet paper or paper towels in the men's the first couple of days there. The campground and campsites were litter and cigarette butt free. There were caterpillars crawling all over the place and made for sitting outside not a pleasant experience. Obviously, out of the control of the campground, just the wrong time of year. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Easy check-in. Several restaurants and grocery stores within five miles of the CG. - judeebug
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
Jan 2016 - $50.00
Grass. Sand sites. Could have more concrete sites. Many ants in sand. Water hook up, PVC poorly maintained sewer hookup hard since in a cement Hole. Adequate room between sites But tons of oak trees and limbs fall in storms.
Office hours short, mail room run by Grumpy Ole Man. - Casy
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
Feb 2016 - $50.00
We stayed here 3 nights while visiting friends in The Villages. We stopped in early to make sure they had a site long enough for our 42-foot coach. The campground is handy off Highway 44 and I-75 but is certainly an older park in need of grooming and improvements. Our site was very close to the next one. Office staff was helpful. We might stay here again only if other area RV parks were not available. - gbburgess
Jun 2016 - $36.00
This is a very nice resort for the folks seeking quiet and relaxation. It is equestrian based, spread out, and not for small children as there are no playgrounds, pool, or activities. Quite a distance from I-75 - about 25 miles. Rate is with GS discount and off season. Lovely fenced area for your dog to run some steam off. Open sites...not much shade, but trees planted for future. Cement pad, easy to level, cement patio with table. Sprinklers come on during night and may soak anything left outside your camper. Has a lovely horse carriage museum with lots of history as well as a nice 'bistro" for a drink or a bite on property. No cable, but open for satellite and several off air stations. Not far from The Villages so lots of stores and restaurants. Good 50 amp and water pressure. Wi-Fi was fair...might be a challenge if lots of campers. Equestrian events are free to watch if you are staying here. Fifth time here to just unwind and catch our breath. - SerenityRVing
Apr 2016 - $45.00
Beautiful 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 patios and picnic tables. The site was level with easy in and out for big rigs. Grounds are clean! We stayed here on an event week, but it was still quiet. Staff is very friendly and helpful. They built dog runs for large and small dogs, and also have lots of green area to walk dogs. The laundry room is small, but efficient. There is a museum and cafe on property. There is no pool or playground, however the lodge has a pool table. There is also a fishing pond. There is no shade on the sites, however they planted trees, so that will come in a few years. 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
Apr 2016 - $36.00
$36 per night (was the monthly rate, we stayed from mid-November until the beginning of April, usual nightly rate was $50-$65 depending on the site, they do have weekly and monthly rates and they do offer Good Sam and FMCA discounts on nightly rates) was for a level grass back-in site with full hookups. The site also had an asphalt/gravel parking area for our tow car and a concrete pad with a wooden picnic table. Our site, #28, was completely in the open, which was fine during our overwinter stay. The pull-through and some back-in sites were all concrete pads with a grassy strip between the sites. The facility is well maintained and very attractive. It's a 400-acre horse farm that had decided to add RV sites to encourage visitation. All employees we encountered were wonderful!. It was usually a very quiet campground during our stay. They do have equestrian events (free to attend) on many weekends where the campground fills up but it was never overly noisy. There are many amenities available, which you can find listed on their website. There is a carriage museum on site, which has many carriages from many different periods. The park is located near The Villages, which has every imaginable convenience or activity available within a short driving distance. The included Wi-Fi worked well. AT&T and Verizon service was great. We received 34 digital over-the-air TV stations and many radio stations. - DD Rolling Ranch
Jun 2016 - $1.00
The park is very quiet this time of year. We could pick our site and found a nice shaded spot. Full hookups. Office personnel were friendly and helpful. We would stay here again. - Larry & Judy
May 2016 - $10.00
Park is clean & quiet. Pool deck very nice, clean w/tables, umbrellas & lounge chairs. All sites are on grass (some sparse) and can hold water. Some have small patios. The sites under trees don't have much grass & the pine trees shed branches during heavy rain and wind (we asked to move after one such night). Staff was very pleasant. There are numerous permanent/seasonal residents & sites. - rracer5
Nov 2015 - $23.00
The park has large, spacious sites; full hookups; roads are paved; sites are sand and grass with no pads but with a picnic table. They can accommodate large rigs and offer 30 and 50 amp. The electric is good as well as the water. The full time residents are in the back section and others are in the front. They have a pool and activity center with music at times and a couple of pool tables. They also have a shuffleboard court, pickleball, horse shoes, and putt putt golf. They are pet friendly with a small fenced dog park in the back. - Kerch Family
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
Jan 2015 - $26.00
Nice quiet place. We stayed for a week and extended for a couple more days. Everyone was so friendly and helpful. Television was very good and they have excellent Wi-Fi. Did laundry and their prices were very reasonable, $1.25 for a large load and .50 to dry. Large sites with nice roads. Reason why they didn't get a ten was because they have no pool. Very nice campground and would stay here again. - shell5
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