36 Parks near Tarpon Springs, Florida
Apr 2016 - $22.00
Gated park, quiet, staff really nice, full timers very nice, Wi-Fi good, but never got a TV channel to pick up. Power good but really far away. We had to use our power extension and even then we had to back our rig almost to the end of the pad. Not all sites were this way but a number of them were. They need to extend the pads to correct this. Over all enjoyed our stay here and would stay again. Weeki Wachee and Tarpon Springs are close and a must see. - Kenny Walker
Apr 2016 - $22.00
Nice well maintained park. Paved roads and concrete pads wide enough that you have a nice size patio to sit on. Water pressure was good. Did not use the pool but it looked very clean. Staff was very friendly. Big rig accessible but roads are narrow making parking a large rig challenging depending on what site you get. Passport America discount good for 6 nights. No cable but you can get about a dozen OTA channels. Wi-Fi worked great for us. - jprisbe
Mar 2016 - $51.00
Clean but older park, well maintained, nicely landscaped. The sites are roomy with concrete pads and patios, but no tables and the interior roads are narrow. We didn't have a problem parking our fiver, but if space by us had been in use it could had been a problem. The services are placed at the rear so you will need your long cord. Free Wifi service poor, water was 42 PSI Nicely heated pool but it was small and shallow (4.5 ft at deepest). Friendly people and staff. We only stayed over night, no cable and no discounts. - Traveler II
Oct 2015 - $25.00
Very level sites on grass. All the hookups are in the right spot. Right on Highway 19 but road noise is not heard at all. Each spot has a picnic table and patio. Very quiet park. A lot of great Greek restaurants around. - esta34950
Mar 2014 - $17.00
Older congested campground with mature pines and palms providing shade, well off busy highway 19. Nice warm pool, very small clubhouse plus library room. Limited activities, one shuffleboard court, one horseshoe pit and open dog area. Monthly winter rate under $500 plus cable & electric. Would not return. - mickey53
Dec 2013 - $39.00
I love everything about this park. Nice staff. Clean bathrooms and shower house. Paved roads. A great hideaway from the city even though your right there in the middle of everything! We stayed in a house most of the winter and bought our RV when we were there. Then stayed the rest of our time in the park. I had a wonderful stay and met a lot of neat folks. We spent a lot of time going from park to park checking out each one. Will be back next year to stay here again. Suncoast RV Resort is the best in area! - family ride
Jan 2016 - $22.00
We "wintered" here the past two years. Very reasonably priced for this part of Florida. The cost represent the monthly winter rate. The Pro's.... Lots of shopping in the area,any major store you can think of is nearby. Several nearby golf courses with great rates. The park is old and dominated by older Park Models that are very well maintained. About 600 spaces and about 3/4ths are Park Models. 3 or 4 catch & release fishing lakes inside the park. Very friendly people both staff & residence. Volunteers run most,if not all, the activities in the park and do a very good job of it.Washer & Dryer $1.50 per cycle
The Con's....On a very busy US 19 Highway,very fast traffic most of the day.
Lots of "homeless" people at most intersections,but not a problem in the park. Although they claim to be close to the beach, you have to travel quite a distance to find a "quality beach" Not much access to the fishing lake as Park Models surround them. No clothes line policy but apparently Park Model residence are on different set rules. Water was shut off 2-3 times during our stay and I "suspect" because of old "infrastructure"issues.
We will not return next year as the park seems "tired"as is the Flea Market next door,which is owned by the Park. - cecerecreek
Jan 2016 - $33.00
First of all the residents are amazing. Without the volunteers this park would have virtually nothing to offer. There are 2 shower builders, 1 only has 2 shower heads out of 4 showers. The Wilder company doesn't spend any money on upkeep but rely on volunteers to make money through 50/50 draws and fundraising to upkeep the park such as the pool hall renovation. There is no landscaping other than what the residents do themselves. The activities are great but again they are all paid for and run by the residents. It's sad to see greedy Wilder take advantage of such nice people. - love to travel64
Jan 2015 - $31.00
Clean bathrooms & fair shower facilities; good pool. The WiFi is only available in the Rec Hall. Poor antenna TV reception. This park is mostly for full-time residents, with the largest majority Canadians (only met 1 person who was not from Canada). - luminary110
Jan 2016 - $60.00
Most sites are on level gravel with cement patios. Some are on level grass. Ours was on grass, but it was good, with more space than the gravel sites. (We were told the grass sites are being redone this year.) WIFI is very good most of the time. Staff is nice; most are very helpful. Most sites have cable; ours didn't but there are a lot of local stations so television was no problem. Water is on two sides of the park; there are lovely docks for wine sipping but keep bug spray handy. Sites at the far end of the park are across the water from a busy road. That would be noisy, so if quiet is important, request something away from the far end of the park. If traveling during "snow bird" season, book ahead, although we saw various openings for possible short stays. Laundry is good; pool is heated. No hot tub. No pull-throughs. Really enjoyed our stay and would stay there again.
They have work campers who have mechanical, plumbing, etc. expertise who are available to assist with problems (for a price). We were so grateful to have this, as we had a plumbing problem and the person was wonderful at helping us resolve it!
Price listed is daily rate. Monthly rate is less; that's what we paid. - DrM Traveler
Jan 2016 - $45.00
Nice Park. Sites are gravel and level. Site size is above average. Most or all sites are among trees. Satellite usage is not possible but they have good cable. WIFI was excellent for a park of this size. Very friendly staff. They have a very active social community. I would stay here again. - wgh52
Oct 2015 - $46.00
Lovely RV park near downtown Tampa. Very park-like setting: many shade trees, roads well paved, sites are paved and roomy, grass, some gravel, and nice patio areas. This was mostly seasonals, and majority of 5th wheel homes, no doublewides. Easy to maneuver big rigs through the park itself. The thing that impressed us the most was the way every seasonal sites were so well kept with beautiful decks and patios, tasteful decorations, and an all around sense of home pride. There are 2 small ponds on the property with fountains so the water is clean. Bocce, horseshoes, nice pool area and a large clubhouse. We only have 1 negative: The entrance is very poor. They located the garbage dumpster right at the narrow roundabout that you must navigate to check-in. We could not make the turn as someone had parked there to dump trash. Because we are 40' AND towing, we had to disconnect to maneuver the curve. Very poorly laid out! Park is gated, staff are very friendly and accomdating. Unfortunately we were here for only 4 nights as a stopover. Would definitely come back. - KSAM14
Jul 2016 - $58.00
We stayed here a week and loved it all. The view of the water was lovely. The pool was huge. I called on short notice to make reservations and then had to call back to change the dates. The front office staff was super friendly, calm and accommodating. I truly appreciated their patience which made the whole check in experience very pleasant. I have read so many poor reviews of this campground and don't understand them at all. We have a 2013 Monaco Knight and we had no troubles with space, entering and exiting, and unpleasant events. The space was level and we had several trees for shade. We thought the campground was very neat and they were doing lots of updates. All staff were very friendly and helpful. We have a large dog and had no issues with other animals. The dog parks are efficient. Everything is so close by and Disney was about 1 1/2 hours away. I would stay here again and again...just not in July! Hot, hot, hot! My son stayed in a cabin and I am doing a separate review on his experience. Suffice to say, he is staying here again. Loved our time and it helped to make this one wonderful, fun family vacation. - Let'sGo!
Apr 2016 - $56.00
This park is overpriced for the over all experience. On the plus side, the staff is friendly and do the best with what they are given. The park is generally run down and in need of some TLC. The roads are narrow which can make it hard for bigger units to navigate on. The sites are very close and do not reflect as pictured on their web site. There is good wifi here but no cable unless you are a permanent resident. Overall this park is an eye sore with the number of sites that have become residences and lack in property upkeep. At night there is a strong odor of sewer in the air which adds to the run down feeling of this park. The laundry facilities are clean and open 24/7. We would not stay here again. - Irish2
Mar 2016 - $90.00
If you are a snow bird and like lots of park activities,and do not mind close quarters, this is a good place. If you like open spaces and don't care about planned activities (us), then look elsewhere. Since we were visiting family, the park was OK for us. - 1coloradan
Jun 2016 - $57.00
Stayed for 7 days/8 nights in a 40' toyhauler. As others have mentioned, the back portion of the park is primarily seasonal/long term sites with quite a few park models. In the front, right behind the office and near the pool, are 4 rows of sites for short term stays. 3 of the 4 rows are pull throughs and 1 is back in. Some of the sites have shade and some don't. We were in one of the pull throughs. The roads are asphalt, the sites are concrete. Our TH fit on the site, but it was tight to put the truck in there with it. We leveled without a problem. I saw quite a few Class A's with one or more tires off the ground. Utility connections worked well Pool is very nice. Close to Pinellas Trail for biking/walking and close to the Dunedin Causeway beaches. No cable. Internet was very hit or miss. Worked sometimes, didn't work or was slow most of the time. There is a small dog run - it works. Nicest park in the area, but not a perfect 10! - FireFlyer
May 2016 - $68.00
Very nice RV Park located near the Gulf on the Suncoast. Sites are short for a long rig but manageable. Seems like a popular park. Friendly staff and well maintained. We definitely want to visit this park again! - americanrascal
Apr 2016 - $68.00
Paved roads, concrete pads, decent sized sites, but
a little close. Mix of transients and permanent
sites. Transients towards the front section, so be
sure to get them. Very nice pool, good for biking
as close to bike paths. Clean, well maintained, friendly
helpful staff. Close to town. On balance, clearly the best
campground in the area ! - macandphyl
May 2016 - $15.00
Park has a mix of permanent & seasonal sites with permanent park models interspersed throughout the park. Grounds are well manicured and a couple small lakes add to the atmosphere with a nice little "pier" ending at an octagon gazebo complete with chairs overlooking the lake and sunset. Pool and deck area are small but we'll maintained. Club house/billiard room & Internet lounge are clean & bright. Laundry room is small but functional. - rracer5
Jan 2016 - $1.00
This park is in our Thousand Trails network and there was no cost to us. Very convenient to I 75 within 10-15 minutes depending on traffic. The roads within the park are paved but narrow. The sites are grass with good hook ups. Due to the amount of rain we did notice some of the sites were developing ruts due to vehicles pulling in and out. The park is very friendly with something always going on at the club house. We were invited back, if in the area for dinner on Sunday nights even though we have moved about 20 miles east to another park. Tampa is about 20 minutes to the south and New Port Richey, Port Richey and Tarpon Springs less than 30 minutes to the west. We will definitely return for longer than the week we stayed this time. - Tomandgloria
Nov 2015 - $38.00
Very nice people who live there! We were invited to birthday celebration that evening and had cupcakes and coffee! We camped in a 43 foot toyhauler.
We are newbies to RVing. The spaces are tight for big rigs. - Spartan1239
Jan 2011 - $35.00
There wasn't much of an area for a dog walk, and other people didn't pick up after their pets. The sites are tight and close together, making it difficult to get into your site. Restrooms and laundry room could be cleaner! The Front office staff was nice but could be a little more personable and smile more. The lady who cleans, needs to deep clean more often! The pool was not working properly in the 3 months we were here. Long term people had to rake and bag there own leaves to have a nice yard. The trees are over grown, blocks satellite service. Disorganized reservations: when we arrived our site was taken by someone else, no one around to help us. - stonewood1
Nov 2008 - $18.00
This was one of the worst sites we have ever been in. We were here one night and would never return. The road to the site that we were given was so close to the perimeter fence that we had trouble backing in. The staff didn't really care if we were there or not. The neighbor had his extra water hose hooked up to ours and he was no where in sight so we had to disconnect it. The city road that the campground is on is very busy and noisy. The price reflects the Passport America discount. - gosouth
Nov 2007 - $17.00
Older park, yet clean. Cable is available through the cable company to seasonal campers. Construction outside of park, yet easy in and easy out. We paid $99 for 7 days, plus a $3 resort fee per day. Total of $120 for the week. Would stay again. - Ray and Penny
Dec 2015 - $33.00
This park is not very well maintained. The grass is more dirt and sand than grass. No effort put into trying to make the park look nice. Everything falling apart. Very few activities as they rely on residents to organize and run everything. Wilder resorts seem to be really going downhill. I heard that they refuse to spend any money to up keep the parks and even try to get the residents to add money above their rates if they want to get something done. Apparently the usual request is 50/50. Residents raise 50% and they will maybe add the difference to keep buildings maintained. It's very apparent at this park. Nothing is being maintained and the general feeling is that the park just wants to collect their money and not spend for the upkeep. I definitely could not recommend this park. - love to travel64
Jul 2006 - $26.00
I have stayed here whenever I was in the New Port Richey area for the past 10 or so years. No more. I spent a week there recently and the staff was utterly incapable of finding me a single site that worked properly. The first had no electric. ("The power company swapped the meters out recently and if the slot was unoccupied they left the power off. It'll take then 24 hours to turn it back on." Do these people understand the concept of travel?) The second had no utilities at all within reach. We commandeered a third, which had working water, power, and a sewer connector that someone had tried to "repair" with duct tape. On one side of the meter box, the spigots were installed so close that you could use the spigot or the outlet, but not both. In the pool bathroom, a disassembled toilet had leaked unsanitary water under all the stalls, making them all unusable. Their website claims that WiFi is available, but it isn't. There is a minuscule hotspot near the entrance that serves maybe a dozen of the permanent residents and reaches none of the transient spots. On the good side, the pool was open all night, though technically "closed." One of the residents quipped that this was one of several bones thrown to the residents to keep them from complaining about the other things that weren't working. This park has severely degenerated in the past three years. In fact, I see they are no longer even listed in the Trailer Life directory. I have made my last visit there. - Bowman
May 2015 - $30.00
I Do Not Recommend this RV park to anyone. First of all it's located in a really sketchy part of Tampa. We were there for 3 months. Our first month, during the daylight hours, we caught 3 local kids stealing one of our bikes, got it back that time, but a week later, they came back and cut the locks off both our bikes and took both of them. These kids continued to come back over and over. Also managing to steal other RVers bikes.
When it first happen, the acting manager said and I quote, "I can't be outside 24/7." Excuse me? Im sorry, but that is the wrong answer to tell your customers who pay quite a bit to stay in your not very attractive RV park. The people who run this place really don't care if anyone steals your stuff. I didn't even get an I'm sorry that happened to you.
This place is not your typical RV park. There are long term residents, its across the street from a family dollar. Its near Busch Gardens and a lot of businesses. Thats about the only thing it has going for it. The bathrooms are ok, however the stall doors are right in your face when you sit down. The laundry room is located in between the bathrooms. 2 out of 4 washers don't work and 2 of 3 dryers do work. There's no pool either. They also charge for electric.
I will never ever stay here again. If you decide to stay, its def going to be at your own risk and don't have any expectations. - Ellie Q
Jan 2015 - $30.00
Camp Nebraska is now called Tampa RV Park. There may be new owners/managers from the ones mentioned in older posts - the people we met were friendly and helpful. This is a good option if you want a campground IN Tampa. It is convenient to Bush Gardens, USF, I-275 and Downtown. It is in an area of town that has old businesses (including some strip clubs and tattoo parlors), but the park itself was quiet with not much traffic coming through it. I never felt unsafe there. There ARE some campers that are rented out as residences, and others who are there for the winter, but they have temporary guests as well, including some good size, newer RVs. The park is old, and the sites are fairly narrow - not much outdoor space, especially if you have slide-outs. There are concrete pads but the one on our site wasn't in a convenient place so we didn't use it. The restrooms don't have the best design, but were clean. 2 toilets, 2 showers, one dressing room and sink. The men's room had some plumbing issues, but they were working to correct that. They were having problems with the Wifi, but worked hard to get it working - it was better, but still sporadic. Tampa RV Park is NOT a resort!, but it was a very convenient place to stay, and we would stay there again. - TN Gator
Mar 2009 - $30.00
This park was scary. Its in a really old, bad part of town. I wasn't comfortable walking around in the park, and absolutely wasn't comfortable in the neighborhood. The park is the closest to Busch Gardens, but I would rather stay somewhere farther away that is nicer. Most of the residents are full-time permanent, in trailers that are no longer mobile. The park was noisy at night, with some pretty loud late parties, and a fight. The owner is hard of hearing, so this doesn't bother him. I wouldn't stay there again. The lots are level, and of good size. - Becky Jones