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47 RV Parks near Tierra Verde, Florida
Apr 2017 - $32.00
Unfortunately, the overall condition is deteriorating (we have stayed 3 times over 3 years). The restrooms and showers need some serious attention. On the plus side, the location is very good ... Walmart, Publix, and HomeDepot within 10 minutes ... excellent beaches within 45 minutes. - BruceVero
Feb 2017 - $160.00
Went there for a quiet time to rest and relax the noise from the interstate was horrible couldn't hear yourself think..also the noseeems bugs were bad couldn't hang out out side the camper. The people for nice and friendly...the boat ramp is bad - never maintained.... Probably won't go back there even for free.. - Camper goer
Feb 2017 - $66.00
We were in a premium site but were still very close to I75. The noise from the highway is difficult for sleeping if you like it quiet. We left a day early because of that. You're also packed like sardines next to other RVs. You have to empty your own trash at the dumpsters by the exit of the facility. I would expect trash service at the rate they charge. Overall, the worst place we stayed at in our 3 month trek throughout Florida. - Lnskaye
Dec 2018 - $45.00
The park is lush on the outer rings with most having water views. Great place to camp if you have dogs since there is a dog beach nearby in the park.. amazing,! - Sato
Oct 2018 - $45.00
There are 3 loops. 1 for tents and small pop ups. 1 for some waterfront with any type of rig or tent. And 1 for any type of rig that allows for pets. We stayed on the pet loop. Some of the sites were wide and some were very tight. There are a couple of nice waterfront in the pet loop. We were in site 96 with a 27' TT. It was tight getting in around the low hanging limbs. Sandy/gravel surface, had to use leveling blocks. Once in the site it was adequate. We were right on top of our neighbors. Some foliage in between, but no privacy. Be aware no fire rings. You can bring your own ring or the camp store will rent a ring for $3 per night. It is just a large wash tub. Shower house was clean with HOT water. The shower house on our loop was laid out a little different than some of the others. We had 3 showers with a "staging" area before getting under the shower head so there was a bench to keep things dry. The shower house is open between the walls and ceiling so there are bugs and no AC or heat. Lots of really nice bike trails. You can bike to the fort area very easily. Once there the trails continue throughout the beach and fort area. 2 fishing piers with bait shop and gift shop. Snack bar. Camping receipt allows free entry into park. There were Kayak rentals, $23 for 1 hour for a single, which I thought was a little steep. But the area was beautiful to kayak. Unfortunately the wind caused the rentals to be closed while we were there. There is a gas station close by and Publix about 4 miles or so. Walmart was 8 miles. Lots of shopping and restaurants...but you have to pay a toll to come and go onto the main road. The camp store was well stocked. Staff was friendly. 2 dump stations. From the pet loop you had to exit the campground and come back to main road to get to dump station...not a big deal. According to others the fishing was great right from the waterfront sites and at the bridge by the store. - Jan Orlando
Sep 2018 - $30.00
This one is a little difficult for me to review. The pluses are overall large sites, on the water, nice beach areas. The negatives are, tree limbs hanging over the roadways and sites make it difficult for large rigs. The sites need to be trimmed to allow access without scrapping up you rig. The beach areas are overloaded with shore birds, that are a pest and poop all over the beach, making the smell almost unbearable. It is close to St. Pete and Tampa, so there is a lot to do and see. Overall, not a bad place, but probably won't come back. - Newjade
Nov 2018 - $78.00
Stayed here for second time in the past year in our 40 foot MH. Good: Utilities, restrooms, laundry immaculate, pool/hot tub, staff, location Bad: some of the seasonal units are in need of repair/replacement. - GED
Oct 2018 - $51.00
We have stayed at this campground several times while visiting family and friends and each time we notice improvements they are making. This past year they reworked their utility connections in a large portion of the park so they are now on the proper side and sites don't share a pedestal. Many sites have new 20, 30, 50 amp pedestals with new water and cable hook up and relocated sewer connections. They have added an exercise area with equipment in the building near the pool along with new fencing around the playground. There is new patio furniture around the nice pool area and they recently completely renovated the restrooms by the pool. Staff has always been friendly and helpful. They do a good job keeping the park and facilities clean even during busy times. Trash picked up at your site. Fire pit and wood delivered to you. Well stocked camp store. There are some negatives. This is an older park so the pavement is worn and sites will require leveling. Typical of KOA sites are close together. Although it doesn't bother us it can get busy with families and kids on the weekends so just expect it. Overall the location for exploring the area and the beaches is great. Plenty of places to eat at and shop nearby. Given the limited choice of campgrounds in this area we find this one meets our needs the best. - 21fbrs
Jun 2018 - $55.00
Some attitude adjustments needed by the employees. Had a friend stop by to say hi and visit for an hour. They charged $5. Woke up one morning to find condoms on our truck. Would have used the restrooms but the smell was awful. Kids of all ages allowed to get into the hot tubs. The sites were in desperate need of repairs. Be sure to bring levelers. - Likeorlove
Jan 2018 - $40.00
The park is very well kept and everything is clean. The sites are very close together. - Dana Andrews
Nov 2017 - $62.00
Rather small sites with little seperation, no trees or shrubs between. Modern facility but no cable TV and poor internet service. Restrooms are modern and clean but showers are small & minimal. - woodsboss
Jun 2016 - $28.00
Gravel is only under the trailer, there's a concrete pad to step on and to set chairs on. The tow vehicle is parked on blacktop. Everyone is friendly, the park is very clean and their working to improve new sites. This is a adult park. It's close to the beaches, lots of restaurants and too many places for my wife to shop. When I come back to this area I will be coming here. We stayed for one week. - Lindas Old Man
May 2015 - $30.00
Over priced for it's location. Not in a very appealing neighborhood. Passport America list price was $24, but they charged $30 a night saying their price had gone up. Overall park well maintained and clean.
We will not stay here again. - Abner
Feb 2013 - $43.00
Rate reflects average for 16 days including weekly/daily. This park was excellent. We are most likely going to stay the winter there. Pet Friendly (even has a dog park), brand new pool about to open, efficient front office and maintenance staff, and welcoming residents. Even though many permanent folks are here, it has the feel of a vacation park. - Bay Area Early retirees
Oct 2018 - $56.00
Stayed here for an overnight while visiting St. Pete area. For an overnight, it was OK, but would not stay a minute longer than necessary. The staff upon checkin was great; we were escorted to our site which was fine. Site was grass with a concrete patio the size of a postage stamp. The grass on the site needed mowing. Park had a lot of permanent/long term RVs and park models, some more run-down than others. The biggest issue was the noise from Gandy Blvd. which abuts the park. Even though we asked for, and were given, a spot on the interior of the park, the noise from cars and motorcycles drag racing all night was terrible...Walmarts are quieter than this place. I had to resort to ear plugs in the middle of the night. We will not return. - ajbettencourt
Mar 2017 - $45.00
We were looking for a place in St Petersburg to stay for my brother's wedding. This place served our needs perfectly. Reasonably priced, very clean, full hookups, and very pet friendly. Everyone was friendly, we enjoyed activities offered. We arrived after his IRS and we made a simple call and were greeted and escorted to our site. They were very helpful in assisting with hook ups and instructions for park. Water pressure was great. Showers very clean. Cement patios = less dirt drug in. Only downside for some may be no tv if short stay. We definitely will return. Thank you Roberts for a wonderful experience!!!!! - Jngdjg
Mar 2017 - $35.00
Despite an issue upon check in (the site we were first directed to had a rather permanent looking trailer already on it) overall we found this park clean & quiet. We were fully expecting to hear a lot of shooting from the skeet range right next door (as mentioned on previous reviews) however we did not. Sandy soil made for difficult leveling, and the sewer outlet positioning (right under bus) was less convenient also. There are a lot of trees in the park, and whilst nice, they drop a lot of leaves & a lot of pollen so be wary regarding use of awnings etc. we used leaf blower right before our departure so that we weren't hauling any of this away with us in our awnings. Most of the park seems to be full time residents & permanent trailers, but they're really tidily kept. We found this a very convenient location to St Pete (20 mins). Walkable distance to target, Walmart groceries, pannera bread, etc. Quite a large laundry facility we did not use however, and a tennis court, small pool, horse shoe & boules court. The clubhouse seemed to offer a fair few activities too though we did not partake in any. - leemhicks
Jul 2017 - $30.00
Older RV park but well maintained. Gravel sites surrounded by lawn. Some shaded and some open. Some sites are short so make sure you ask for a long site if you're in a big rig. The 50 amp plugs receptacles were installed upside down yet the power was fine. It appears that about 75% of the sites are for full timers and the remainder for transients. Nice pool and fitness room. Only 20 minutes to St. Pete beach. Rate reflects Passport America discount. We will stay here again in our motorhome if we need to visit St Pete. - lmg
Nov 2014 - $45.00
Things I liked were the Staff was very pleasant and helpful. The long term snowbirds and permanents are the priority here and they were most friendly and those we talked with raved about the place. Many have been there for years. The location of this campground is great as it is minutes to St Petersburg or Bradenton. Access for big rigs is good as the roads are paved and wide enough to maneuver. Pool and spa area is beautiful and virtually on the water with magnificent views. The pool was heated and very comfortable for swimming. Not so good things are short timers are not the priority here. Sites are not so level. I needed to drag out the blocks to lift the front end higher. Each site has a slab for outside sitting, and some were in pretty shabby condition. Picnic tables are real rough as they appear many years old, and do not appear to have ever seen any paint. Visual appeal for our site was less than ideal. The dumpsters were not in some remote part of the campground as is typical in most. We were located across the road from dumpsters and storage areas. We spent two weeks watching everyone arrive daily, often in noisy trucks, to dump their trash in the dumpster. It was a lot of undesired noise and an unsightly view. But only a few sites in the 40?s numbers are subject to this. The spa was not working during our stay. WIFI signal was strong at our site 43 however the bandwidth was poor. We heard others comment on how poor the WIFI worked. Cable is not ?turned on? at any given site. We were told we must go in town and contact Brighthouse to have cable turned on at our site. I assume at our cost. We did not pursue having it turned on. TV Reception was not so good for us. Most evening TV shows we were used to were unavailable. - Denny Pike
Feb 2013 - $28.00
Nice enough RV park, typical snowbird park. Sites are tight, the back in's in the center are literally back to back RV's. The pool and hot tub were operational, clean, and nice. The game room was seldom if ever used while we were there, 2 free pool tables, and a ping pong table. We didn't take in the breakfast meals, or other things they had, but heard good reviews. This is mostly a snowbird location, has nice older large trees and shade, electric/water/sewage was not a problem all worked well. Very good restaurant within walking distance (just watch the traffic while crossing). The rate reflects a monthly rate, would definitely stay here again. - Robnmo
Feb 2018 - $1.00
Very nice park in 1970. Everything is too small for the number of sites. 2 shuffleboards, 2 pool tables, 1/2 court basketball - that's it for sports. Clubhouse seats 80, 200 sites. You climb over each other. Nice small pool. Has a '50s neglected vibe but there's a lot of man-made noise, leaf blowers at 8AM, 24 hour train is 1/8 mile. Heavy bugs with no control and you can't pitch a bugscreen porch. No internet. And, alas, the park is a 45 minute drive to anywhere. We moved on. - sprchief
Feb 2018 - $58.00
We stayed in this park for 3 days to fill in a gap in our winter reservations. Located outside Palmetto in a country location. Not close to shopping or any restaurants. There is a dollar store at the end of the road for supplies. Decent park. Bathhouse is clean and in good repair. Laundry room is screened in room, which makes sense for Florida. Park has an old Florida feel to it as there are many, many trees in the park with hanging moss. The leaves were falling in buckets. Staff were tending to them, but loosing the battle. Trees are trimmed and should not scratch even the biggest rigs. Streets are a bit narrow, but most are designated at one-way. Most streets are paved, but some outlying areas are not paved or gravel. Sites on paved roads have a small cement patio and a picnic table. Sites are level and connections for power, sewer, and water are at the back of the site. Some outlying sites lack sewer connection, but mobile dumps are available. No cable TV, but over-the-air channels are plentiful and signal is good for most. Satellite reception would be possible for some, but not all sites because of trees. Wi fi reception has been decent. Most sites are seasonal. Staff and residents are outgoing and very friendly. Lots of activities on schedule. Escort to site helped us get backed in and was very helpful. The first site we were taken to had only one 50 amp outlet which was being used by the neighbor. It also lacked sewer. Escort called office and found another site that had 50 amp and sewer. It was listed as a 36' site, but we had enough room for our 38' coach with toad parked on an angle. We would stay here again for a short term visit, but location is not convenient for a seasonal stay. - RagTopDay
Jan 2018 - $65.00
Nice, clean park with a lot of activities during the week. It is in a very rural area about 6 miles to the store but takes a long time to get to the beach. There are several permanent residents and many snowbirds that come every year. We stayed 5 nights and were not part of the group but the people were really nice. This is a very expensive area to camp. - Red dog mom
Mar 2017 - $40.00
My parents have stayed as snowbirds in this park for 10+ years. My husband and I have traveled down here to visit them each year for all 10 years at different times of the winter. We have never had a bad stay. The pool is always warm and clean. The restrooms are clean with plenty of hot water. The laundry room is well equipped. There is shuffle board, bocce, BINGO, cards, dominos, other game nights if you are interested. there are other social events and everyone is always made to feel welcome but never pushed to join if not interested. The people are very friendly and warm. Fiesta Grove is a fun park I would highly recommend and hope to use when I retire! - RVr4L1fe
May 2015 - $15.00
We stayed here for 9 months developing our RV inspection business. It was cheaper than most for winter rates, but you get what you pay for. For a full time RVer my impression is this is an old park model park for snowbirds. This makes it tough for the bigger RVs to get into. If management is there, they will help you get in.
In the busy season there are vehicles everywhere. With the tight roads navigating the park can be a challenge.
The sites have minimal asphalt and it is mostly old and deteriorating. Most sites slope from back to front with sewer located in the back. The grass is mostly weeds and there are lots of ants. Sitting out most times of the year is difficult due to mosquitoes and no-see-ums.
Water pressure is good and the free Wi-Fi, outside of the busy season, is adequate.
You are at least 30 minutes from the beach depending on traffic. The closest grocery store is 7 miles away. There is a Dollar General about a half mile away.
The park is located right next to train tracks. I counted anywhere from two to ten trains a day with excessive whistle blowing as the train crosses Bayshore Rd. If you are hard of hearing the vibrations will alert you to their presence. LOL
Rates: Yearly $344/mo plus electric, monthly in the busy season is $772, $399 out of the busy season. Nightly is $39/nt in season, $30 out of season. - Howard Jaros
May 2015 - $15.00
Recently new managers have done a great job of improving this park. Very clean, well kept, and friendly, helpful staff. Wifi worked excellent.
We would definitely stay here again. - dagopapa
May 2018 - $45.00
Not impressed. Stayed here in a big rig in April 2018. First, this park is really a trailer park with RV sites. It is quiet with full, easy hook ups. The staff here seems non-existent and the park isn't anything to brag about. The site was grass and sand and small for my 43' rig. It's also a Thousand Trails/Encore park, and really makes me glad I didn't sign up with them because as a full-timer, I've stayed in many of these parks and they ALL are lacking in just basic upkeep and attractiveness. This park is easy to get to from I-75/275 and the full-time residents seem to be a mix of old folks, manual laborers, and the occasional Metallica enthusiast. As a bonus it's also close to Dollar General which seems to be a nightly haunt for the park's residents as every evening I watch them journey to the DG and return with their small bags of treasures. I found the price a bit high for what I got, a staff who didn't seem to know or care that I was there, and a small, barely maintained site. Next time through I will research more thoroughly to find something better. - Beware thyself