1 Park near Sunrise, Florida
Apr 2015 - $30.00
I live about 20 minutes from the park and use it ask a frequent "escape." Sites closer to the entrance (loops A-D) are rather noisy with the other park facilities nearby and highway 595. Sites further in are much nicer. Wifi works very well on most sites (and is free). Office staff are very accommodating to early and late arrivals. I will be back - very affordable park for the south Florida area. - A Chevalier
Mar 2015 - $40.00
We stayed here for four days while testing out the RV before going on a 6 month adventure. Since this park is full during the winter season, we stayed at one site (A-5) for 3 nights and at another site (E-9) for the fourth night. The first site was only an estimated 1400' from a busy elevated interstate and was very noisy. The further back in the park you go, the quieter it becomes. E loop was quite nice.
This is a municipal park and offers a great dog park, boating access, a target range and lots of space for picnicking. The loops were each in a tight circle with some pads but mostly dirt and grass. The sewer hookups are located close to the road unfortunately, so you have to keep your rig close, too. There are a few trees and bushes for privacy. We would come here again but would definitely want to stay in the back part of the park. - dbcordello
Jan 2015 - $40.00
This park is in a convenient location if visiting the Fort Lauderdale area. The price is high for what you get, if you are not a resident. Most of the people staying here are local residents. They do not enforce any regulations, people have cars, trailers and boats parked all over the place. The sites vary a lot from one site to another. Some are paved, some are not, some are wide, some are narrow, and a few pull thru in F loop. The wifi worked marginal, suppose it depends on your location. This is very active park, there is a lot of activities available here aimed at the local residents, for this is a county park. Great bike riding around the park, due to its size. - jhav