1 Park near Sunrise, Florida
Jan 2016 - $40.00
Maintenance of the camp sites is seriously lacking. During rainy times, like 90% of the time considering Florida's new rainy weather pattern, sites flood immediately and it gets very muddy, the kind of black muck that sticks to your shoes, pet's feet, and wrecks your coach floors. Drainage and fill is needed everywhere. Trees at the RV sites are not trimmed so your roof equipment gets damaged when you back into your site. Its as if Broward County Parks & Rec built this park many years ago but never seriously considered a maintenance budget for the RV sites. That's a real shame because once you're here in the muddy slop you're not likely to find another park to where you can escape because without having reservations, you can't just find another park and leave. So in the muddy soup you sit. Not fun.
The staff is polite, courteous, and appear busy doing their jobs, but their scope of work appears not to include maintenance tasks to address very rainy conditions. If you book a stay here, be prepared for muddy sloppy conditions. - User2594
Jan 2016 - $40.00
If you want to stay in an urban area, Markham is a decent choice. Sites vary a lot; fortunately ours had good screening for some privacy between sites. Noisy all the time because it's near I-75 & I-595, adjacent to a canal favored by jet ski users, and has a popular target shooting area. Our site D5 had solid Wi-Fi. - BigPa
Dec 2015 - $43.00
Restrooms needed a good cleaning. Walls and ceilings were full of bugs. Drain in shower was clogged with hair. Dogs were taken into bathroom. Noisy from road traffic and shooting range. Too many large barking dogs even some that were left to roam. Site was located a grass that needed to be cut. Trash around site and fire ring was full of cigarette butts. Site flooded during rain. - sk0624