19 RV Parks near Sunrise, Florida
We did however find 19 campgrounds within 25 miles of Sunrise. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Sunrise in the left hand column.
Aug 2017 - $27.00
We always stay at Easterlin Park when we're in the area. The office staff is really nice and always helpful. The park is very clean, bathrooms, campsites, etc. The camp spaces are surrounded by trees and bushes, so that although you can still see your neighbors, there is still some privacy. Each space has a paved pad, picnic table and a grill. There is a pond with all kinds of birds hanging out there, lots of picnic areas and a nice children's playground. The park is close to grocery stores, Lowes and, most important, the Beach. I would give them the highest rating, except that they are in a very noisy location, with railroad tracks running right next to them. At night however, with the camper A/C running, you won't hear any of it. We really love this park. We've been staying with them on vacations since 1979. It's still the nice park it's always been. - Sweettooth
Mar 2017 - $40.00
We thoroughly enjoyed our short stay at Easterlin Park Campground, except for the trains. The staff were excellent, we loved the fact that there were a ton of trees in the majority of the sites, and it was exceptionally quiet, except for the trains. Yes, as you have probably guessed, the park is next to commuter train tracks and, except for very late at night, the trains run from early morning to dark. Our plan was to stay for 2 nights, which we did, but any longer would have really affected my sleeping. If the CG was anywhere else, I would have given them all 10's. - Love To Travel 2
Mar 2017 - $44.00
This was a very tight park to get parked in with a 36 ft fifth wheel. Had to ask neighbor to move their toad for us to back in. Trees were everywhere where turning and backing. Too tight for us to return to. Train tracks directly behind campground, hard to carry on a conversation if outside when train came by. Roads in and out of campground narrow and close trees. - pwdorris
Nov 2016 - $21.00
Very crowded, narrow roads. Noisy with sirens, motorcycles, loud music on weekends. Changed price on us after we reserved a site. Not in a very safe area. Left early even though no refund allowed . - IowaGirl
Feb 2016 - $45.00
The entire staff was very helpful, friendly, and nice. But the park itself has much to be desired. It is in a bad neighborhood, and it sits next to a very busy street. We heard sirens constantly; as well as cars honking, tires screeching, boom boxes shaking the walls of our camper, and just overall loud noises and ruckus. The campground is old, and is in need of updating and overall repair. There was no security gate, and a sign posted in the office told the patrons to lock up their bicycles, as many bicycles had recently been stolen. We definitely did not feel safe staying here. It is sad that I have to write such a poor review about the park, because as I stated previously, the staff was very nice. - Mable Irene
Mar 2015 - $45.00
This is the worst park I have ever stayed in. The section we were in was next to Walgreen's and the highway. The neighbors in the next site (horrible broken down camper) partied until 2 AM. The street noise was horrible. We complained and ask to be moved but management refused. They would not refund our money either. There were ants everywhere and got into our camper. The sites were very small and very difficult to get in and out of. The park is in a very bad neighborhood. No cable TV and Wi-Fi did not work. Info on their web site is very misleading. - PeachEtta
Apr 2017 - $22.00
I was there during the "off season" plenty of empty spaces. Office lady was very nice and efficient. She told me I could pull thru instead of back up, because of some many empty spaces. Swimming pool was clean. Bathrooms clean, the Men's bathroom had a hole in the exterior wall, hole did not go through to the outside. Over the air TV was good. I paid for internet service the signal was very strong, five bars out of five bars...but the internet speed was very very very slow, terribly slow. I had my external laptop amplified antennae that received the signal very well, but the internet was the slowest I have experienced, so far. Laundry facilities were very clean. I would use this place again, but not purchase the internet wifi service...it is a waste of money. My 30 amp power pedestal connection did not function. So I used the adjacent power pedestal, there was no one using that space. I would use the park during the off season because of the passport discount...but would not purchase the internet wifi service. - Joe O
Jul 2016 - $42.00
This campground is ok to stay at if you're purpose of staying in the area is to visit the surrounding areas. Ft. Lauderdale beaches are about a 10 minute drive and Miami is about a 30 minute drive. Basically the ground is a place to store your unit and lay your head at night. There's no real "camping spirit" here. Most of the units during our stay were permanent and we barely saw any neighbors. There are no fire rings provided and the grass could use some manicuring.
However, the ground is quiet, gated and very fairly priced. - On_my_whey
Nov 2014 - $35.00
We came here to visit a relative in the hospital. Only campground with a vacancy.
The sites barely allow for the extension of slideouts. Little if any green space. Gated access due to neighborhood concerns.
We had to walk our dogs outside the park because seasonal campers were less than receptive. Difficult to communicate with others unless you speak French.
So little space that we were guided into our site head on and had to run our utilities under our RV. Fortunately we had an extra hose extension for the sewer. - DJanis
Mar 2017 - $45.00
It's been a few years since we stayed here. The first site they had saved for us was a "bastard sites," which might be described as two sites made from one original site. They are very tight and the plumbing and electrical connections are in odd locations. Our sewer connection was nearly under my right rear wheels at the first site, and directly beneath the coach at the second site. (both impossible).
Customer service was unusual, but after breaking the ice, we felt we had established a good rapport. Probably will not return as things have changed for the worse at this old landmark park/marina. No trash pick up. Long walk to laundry and showers. Poorly located connections especially lower Sidney Lane sites. - Kd4ml
Jan 2017 - $60.00
Check in was rather tedious with requests for insurance and registration for the trailer and a copy of driver's license. Never had this request before. I suspect because of it being a marina for large yachts, the facility has to be secure per US Coast Guard regulations. Of course the reason given was corporate requirements. Camp sites are extremely crowded, right on top of other campers with little room to park the tow vehicle. FHUs at each site but no picnic table, fire pits or grills. We had a water front spot which was laughable because we were so crowded we couldn't even see the docks. This is the one and only time we will ever stay here. - Nautilus
Dec 2016 - $65.00
Staff was challenged in speaking broken English,or at least staff working the day we were there. There is deposit for gate key 20.00 cash,deposit for shower key 3.00 cash. you have to leave during the office hours or you dont get the deposit back. Showers,pool,laundry are all very dated. Sites are on top of each other,park is in need of alot of improvements they stay full because of their location. I would only recommend for a overnight stays I will not stay there again, I will hit a parking lot before i stay there. It is hard for me to write a review like this but it needs to be said to let rv ers know. - fosterjoel
Feb 2017 - $55.00
My opinion of this place is it is an old storage yard with hook ups. Extremely tight starting at the entrance off the street, as well parking at site. Suggest you visually inspect site before paying, because of their no refund policy. No dog walk area, it is a hike not a walk to restaurants and shopping. - Capt_Ron1
Apr 2016 - $35.00
Management was very helpful and friendly. Our site was level w/shade and room to park our 2 trucks. I did not use the restroom/showers but the laundry was always clean and well maintained. We would definitely stay here again. - dakotabean
Jan 2016 - $40.00
We pulled in and pulled right back out. Trailers were very close together, the lot and camp sites were unlevel, nothing was like their web sight suggested. Very unsafe feel to the place. We would rather stay in a Walmart mart parking lot than to spend a night in this camp ground. Best advise we can share is not to go there. - k64 -_k
Feb 2017 - $30.00
I stayed at this park from May 2016 until February 2017. I am a construction worker and had a project in Port Everglades. This park deserves a 9 or a 10 due to the owner and her commitment to her guests. The park is clean and well maintained. We had absolutely no problems with the park or the staff. I thoroughly enjoyed our conversations. I gave the park an 8 because of the airport primarily. It is probably unfair to down rate it just for that reason but it is a significant inconvenience. I joked about there being wheel marks on top of my trailer. Those planes come in low and loud. They generally stop by 11pm and do not typically restart until after 5am but there are times when there are flights overnight and those can be annoying. I would/will stay here again even knowing what I know. I paid the off season rate because of the time of year that I got here. Our cost did not change just because the season changed and the snowbirds started flocking in. The owner told me up front that my rate would stay consistent during my stay. She could have been greedy but she wasn't and that's honorable. The yard guys come around once every couple of weeks and her maintenance guy is in there cleaning up and looking after the place. She does not let the yard guys start at the crack of dawn which is respectful. I would absolutely stay here again. I absolutely recommend this park. - jeffj
Jan 2017 - $30.00
This site is just off I 95 - and Ravenswood Rd. Clean - friendly - boat space- able to get out easily. Easy to get to the beach - Great restaurants in the area. Within walking distance to bus service and Tri-Rail. - Georgette_63
Jan 2017 - $1.00
I have been staying here for over 2 years because I have an office in Ft Lauderdale and I live in Cape Coral Fl on the west coast. I am in the park 3 to 4 nights a week and it is very peaceful, breezy and management has been very good. I would recommend the park highly - business man
Feb 2014 - $65.00
If you enjoy sitting at the departure end of a major airport and hearing screaming jets fly over every few minutes, then this place is for you! In addition, we were given site S4, which is one of the sites right up against busy Burris Road. Let me out of here! Thankfully, it was only a 3-night stay, and I have no idea how the hundreds of Canadian folks can live here for weeks or months. The woman who "greeted" us at the front gate was not at all friendly, and I'm sure she won't mind that we'll never be back. Sites for RV's were very tight, although the concrete pad was nice and level. Water pressure was extremely high - don't forget your regulator. 50-amp power was adequate. Verizon reception was great, and a strong picnic table was available at most sites. Bathrooms were very nice, and clean, but the showers did not provide shelves or benches for items I would want to take with me. The laundry machines required that you purchase a $5.00 card and charge it at their machine - no thanks, I'll wait for the next stop! There was a nice walking/biking path along nearby Orange Drive that we enjoyed. Good grocery stores and other services were fairly close by. I'm sorry, but I fail to find anything about this park that warrants $65 per day. Oh, here comes another jet - gotta go! - LowesTravels
Jan 2014 - $60.00
Sites are small, close together. Most are permanent or semi-permanent. The location is convenient to the highways, in an industrial area. It is also directly under the landing path for Ft. Lauderdale airport, so there is a continuous stream of jets overhead. At our site, the WIFI was mostly OK. Water was good. Staff was friendly. It is a very popular place for Quebecois, so many of the guests here are French speaking. Kind of a culture shock, but interesting! This is not necessarily a negative, just an observation. - gsgroff
Mar 2013 - $60.00
Staff are very helpful and can provide lots of info for the area even if they don't appear to love their jobs. The website and site brochure are a bit misleading as the 8 laundry locations have been reduced to 3 and some other facilities have changed. The park is on the flight path for the airport which can be very busy. They park is generally well maintained especially in the large area occupied by the seasonal Quebec population. Most signs in the park are only in French. Wi-Fi is okay and they offer RV storage. We would stay again if in the area for a short time. - lrp374
Jan 2014 - $65.00
This is a large park, with many permanent sites. Very small sites, all paved. It is located in a highly industrialized area of Ft. Lauderdale, surrounded by scrap metal yards, lift rentals, etc. Most of the traffic on the road to the park is dump trucks and it is surrounded by highways. It is also located directly under the runway approach for landing aircraft to Ft. Lauderdale airport. On the good side, it was fairly friendly, the Wi-Fi was mostly OK, although it was intermittent at times. It is centrally located, so you can get to wherever you want to go fairly well. What I found most interesting is that English is the minority language. It is overwhelmingly French Canadian. - gsgroff
Feb 2017 - $70.00
A truly 5-star park, deserving of the term "luxury resort". Each site is spacious, fully paved (in stone or brick), with gorgeous landscaping including trees and shrubs separating sites. All are back-ins, but with more than enough room to maneuver. Sufficient space for comfortably parking 2 cars on-site with coach. Only motor coaches are accepted. Strong French-Canadian presence (the staff are bilingual). Beautiful canals, ponds, and fountains throughout. Two gorgeous heated pools. Only complaint was that the 2 hot tubs were overly chlorinated. - nationcruiser
Jan 2017 - $67.00
This is a large resort well laid out. Landscaping is excellent. My reason for not giving a higher rating is based on the resort's lack of wi-fi and no cable. A resort whose normal daily rates in the winter are $125, is expected to have those amenities. Sites are quite large. There are many activities, but most of them have a charge associated with them. Check-in was poor. Only one person in front of me at check-in and it took almost 20 minutes. There are no tables or chairs on rental sites. We likely would not return or recommend it. - EdGuru
Jan 2017 - $65.00
Very very nice. Very clean and safe. - Rollin On
Feb 2017 - $40.00
Large Broward county park with lake & lots of activity opportunities. Clean facilities and interior roads (once you get to the campground ), but the road into the park and the confusing signage to get you to the campground is tricky. Some of the utility hookups are at the end of the long sites, I saw rigs with as many as 7 sewer hose sections to reach the septic hook up. Busy snowbird park. - rvrrat520
Dec 2016 - $42.00
Good news first: excellent office and security staff who checked me in after dark. Miami traffic prevented arrival before 5 pm.
Bad news: train noise made sleep impossible. The trains right next to RV park DO RUN at night and only stopped blowing horn after 2:30 am and I was there on a Monday night. Horns started up again at 6:30 AM. This alone would make me never stay here again but a security issue, unidentified man in woman's washroom while I was in there makes returning 100% impossible.
Also it is very unsafe to return to the park after 6 pm because they require you to enter the EXIT lanes which are very narrow. The park has few lights and poor signage so call in advance if arriving after dark, which is 5:30 pm in December. - imagardener
Nov 2016 - $40.00
This is a Broward County Park located in Hollywood, FL, about 5 miles from the beach. It is a very nice campground. The driveways and site pads are asphalt in good condition. Each site has a large concrete patio, picnic table and a grill. It's located next to the lake and alongside a walking/biking path that takes you throughout the park grounds. The bathrooms are in good condition and are kept clean. In fact, everything is very clean and well maintained. There is free WiFi that worked OK. There are trash and recycle containers conveniently located throughout the park. There is a communications tower located right next door so we had a strong AT&T 4G signal, -85dBm. We paid $40 per night. - Coopsecondact