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Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $42.00
This park could be great if it were cleaned up an the owners were not so rude. The work campers are wonderful but you can feel the tension as the owners have a very funny way of making them do things. Water pressure good, easy access for big rigs shaded lots. Laundry room kept as clean as possible for an open air laundry. Four top loaders an two dryers are really old and dirty. There are four front loaders along with four dryers that are newer. Be careful with the front loaders they do not keep the rubber door boot cleaned out. We found candy, ink pens, an who knows what else stuck in the boot. These are things that go through the cycle with your clothes. We choose to do our wash in our small W/D in our rig because of this. There is NO wifi even though the web site says there is. When we asked about the wifi we were told that it is really just a hot spot and you need to sit in the laundry room or office to get it. There are four mobile homes in the front by the pool along with one in the back that are in very poor condition. The roofs on some are literally falling in. These are rented out weekly to some less then desirables who hang out at the pool drinking an cursing at their kids. There are old non functioning RV's to the back of the park some with trees growing in them. If you call to make a reservation an they refuse to give you a site number beware. Their policy is to not refuse anyone. So you don't know if you will be in the grassy field at the back that floods with no pad. Or in a rock paved lot with a pad. If you book for an extended stay you may have to play musical sites over the term of your stay. If they give you a lot number ask if you will be able to put your awning out. Several sites have trees preventing you from putting out an awning. No grass was mowed during our week an some areas of the park the grass was 10" 12" high or better an these were lots with guests there. One woman who is there for the winter purchased her own push mower to keep her lot mowed. Ants, ants, ants, spray around your lot they won't spray. Make sure to be using your surge protector! There are a lot of power surges. The owners run some sort of construction business out of the park so be prepared to hear heavy equipment coming and going. I usually don't go into such detail about a park. But wanted people to beware of what they may book into. Some travel great distances to winter in beautiful Florida, if you get here an it is not what you expected it can be difficult to find another park in the area as they book up fast. If the owners got their act together, stopped looking down their noses at guests, cleaned up their park, got the eye sores out ie; old trailers an RVs and they kept up on the place this could very well be one of the best parks in the area. It seems they have the bad McDonald's on the interstate attitude, " Quality of service don't matter because new people just keep coming". We camped at Vero Beach Kamp RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $49.00
Just off US1 and it looks OK - on arrival. Didn't have a record of our reservation. So, we were placed In overflow. 30 amp service for 1.5 weeks paying the same as any other larger site. Our 37.5 ' RV was literally 1" from trees on one side and 2" from a cement platform which we couldn't use because the slide out covered it. WiFi was available, but you had to walk up to the office to use it. Couldn't get Comcast to supply us with internet service for a month as they only had dial-up for a small price to pay or a contract for a year a $52.00 per month. Owner has a dump truck company. Trucks in and out at the front of park which is where the overflow sites are. Can hear trains night and day. We have been here two weeks and still haven't heard a lawn mower! I would rate it a 1-1-1 on Good Sam! Pool is dirty with miss matched furniture that were purchased 40 years ago. Oh, and try getting your money back once you have paid... Good luck with that!! We camped at Vero Beach Kamp RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $39.00
Facility is very run down. Our stay was in late April and there were many open sites, most campers in storage. Office staff were very pleasant and helpful. The site seems to double as a construction company - several large dump trucks and other heavy equipment trailers. Construction company traffic/noise starts early and lasts all day. Dirt/sand - no pads. Infested with no-see-ems and ants. Will not stay here again. We camped at Vero Beach Kamp RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2012 - $35.00
Lots were level and our site was packed in so our slide hung over next patio. Sewer smell constant from cisterns behind site. Pet friendly but they have a flea problem. Internet access very poor. Washers and dryers constantly worked on. Would not stay there again. We camped at Vero Beach Kamp RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $37.00
Not worth the price they charge. Office help was new to the area and didn't know where anything was. Some sites have been upgraded, but they have not bothered to connect the cable, but still charge full price. Many old seasonal trailers that are parked here full time, park looks like a storage yard. Only a few paved sites, the rest are dirt or some grass. Our site was infested with fire ants. This is an old, starting to look tacky park. We drove out to Sebastian SP and Long Point County park just down the road, both were three times nicer, on the water with plenty of activities. We camped at Vero Beach Kamp RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2011 - $37.00
Immaculate restrooms and showers. Pool is crystal clear and clean. Roads are crushed asphalt and gravel mix. Sites have concrete pads and MH parking being upgraded like roads. Electrical hookups upgraded. Excellent Cable TV signal. Wi-Fi is very good. Plenty of shaded sites. Staff is extremely friendly and informative of local area. Very quiet this time of year. Excellent place to relax and enjoy. We will be back on our return trip. We camped at Vero Beach Kamp RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2009 - $42.00
Sites are grass and roads are sand. OK place. We camped at Vero Beach Kamp RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2009 - $42.00
Old KOA campground. Value here was very poor. No weekly rates so the it was daily rates time however many days you stay. Cost way too much for a campground like this. Paid approximately the same at other campgrounds with better amenities. Has not seen a paint brush in many years. Vehicles and boats and whatever else stored around the camping area. Pretty trashy looking. Sites were level and generous but not paved. We had to add extensions to all of the utility hoses, etc. because the pad for the table was too high and interfered with steps. Unable to pull back far enough to clear this obstacle. No Wi-Fi. We camped at Vero Beach Kamp RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2009 - $45.00
I was rather shocked to read previous reviews and then I saw the dates. I guess they have really cleaned up their act here as this park is very pleasant.The grassy sites are well maintained as is the pool and all of the facilities. The office staff are super friendly and helpful. Free cable TV with lots of channels. No internet, however, I was able to log onto someone's Wi-Fi. All of the trailers and RV's here are all newer models. Some leave their units here permanently for a monthly fee. The only bad looking buildings are some mobiles at the front entrance to the park that seem to be undergoing renovations. the park is very close to lots of shopping and to beautiful Sebastian Inlet with miles of wonderful empty/sandy beaches. We camped here for a month and we've been very pleased. We camped at Vero Beach Kamp RV Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2006 - $51.00
This park is an old KOA. It is in OK shape. Mostly snowbirds in older trailers. Sites are dirt with a small concrete patio area that has a picnic table. 50 and 30 amp hook ups are in the box and the 50 seems to be good. The park is in a great location to visit. there are good places to eat on the water and the area has the beach town atmosphere. Tax in this area is 11%, ouch! We camped at Vero Beach Kamp RV Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2005 - $25.00
This is not a good campground for anything but short stays. Lots of permanents that are not well kept at all. Laundry is very dirty and clothes often come out dirtier than they went in. Smell is very bad in spots. Tent campers? that are similar to vagrants! Stayed Feb. 2005, would not return! We camped at Vero Beach Kamp RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
A working mans campground. We camped at Vero Beach Kamp RV Park in a camper.Undo
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