22 RV Parks near Watertown, Florida
We did however find 22 campgrounds within 25 miles of Watertown. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Watertown in the left hand column.
Oct 2016 - $12.00
This is a Moose Lodge, so you must be a Moose member to stay here. We grabbed a site by the lake. We have 50 amp service and water. We have an excellent view of the Watertown Lake. It is only $12.00 a night. If you are looking for a quiet place to relax, so can you a nice place. There is some type of shooting range nearby, because you hear gun fire all day long, everyday. There is also a railroad track nearby and you hear the train. It does not bother us, but it might someone else. The lodge is still a smoking lodge as of now, so that might also bother some people. It is not a bad stop-over place for $12.00 a night. It would be a nice place if you have to work in the area and need a place to park your RV. - Cliff-fa-fa
Jan 2018 - $36.00
Beautiful place to stay for over night or longer. The pull through sites are concrete, but a little narrow. Clean, pet friendly. Easy to access, right off the highway, but quiet. Well kept. They were able to work us in, after there was confusion with another campground down the street with a similar name. Lots of amenities, but no pool. We'll come back. - Lbctm
Sep 2017 - $36.00
Right off I-10, approximately 6 miles East of I-75. Easy on & off I-10, roads in are fine. Check in was easy, manager was friendly and helpful. Internal roads are gravel, but fine. Our site was long, pull thru, grass, full hook up, open to the sky with a small patio and picnic table. Our site's picnic table was broken. The sites are narrow, center is level, however the edges are higher as we had trouble extending our steps without hitting our patio or grass. Our right slide was slightly hanging over the next site's patio. We got great satellite reception, and wifi was fine.
This is an old Florida park that has had some recent upgrades. Laundry room was in a separate little house in the middle of the park. Laundry room has 4 washers & dryers. Newer, and efficient. Wash 1.50, dry 1.00, very clean!
We came in right after Hurricane Irma, and the internal roads were cleared of debris. The maintenance crew was out the two days we were there taking care of the trees, debris as well as cutting the grass. Conveniently placed trashcans & dog waste stations located around the park. They empty them every day. The grounds are maintained.
There is two small ponds with a warning on alligators (that's a given in Florida). A small fenced dog park, as well as green areas to walk dogs. Small, quint, very clean clubhouse with pool table, coffee station, book library. There is also a picnic pavilion and horseshoes.
It's a good park, located close to major highways, just needs to be updated as far as making some sites wider for today's big rigs. Our RV neighbors were quiet. There is an area of full timers, but they appear to maintain their sites. The park is along one side of I-10, therefore heavy traffic noise. The AC & fans buffer the noise but you can hear it, but didn't bother us. - KKColorado
Sep 2017 - $40.00
We stayed here for one night as we evacuated for Hurricane Irma. The staff was very friendly. Sites were close together but we didn't have much noise. The public restrooms & showers (2) were very clean & the showers were wonderful! Nice public space with pool table, coffee, & snacks. We tried to get in again while heading home but they were full. - Penny20100
Nov 2017 - $39.00
Site, water, 50 amp power all good. Sewer screw in threads totally stripped, unable to lock in sewer connection. No cover for open pipe hole of any kind. Cable TV listening is not what you get. Went to office, they said they drastically reduced channels to save money. Political channels, pay per view (4 channels), no local news, no national news, no weather. History channel, HGTV, assorted others. Laundry had 1 washer, 1 dryer in a dark very dirty small room. Bathrooms have a yellow caution tape "do not enter". I walked the park, many "permanent" RVs of various states of repair. One local "resident" said the park was for sale and a motel chain was interested. Park is across the busy highway from major national restaurant chains. - RWeis
Sep 2017 - $39.00
I read the reviews before staying but stayed anyway because it's within walking distance of many restaurants. Don't. This place is awful. Lots of 'we're livin in it' units. We had spot 1 right at the front. No way was I walking to bathhouse in the back. Keep driving. - WannaGoSoon
Mar 2017 - $35.00
The site was level and sandy. No table. Cable worked fine but no internet. Bathroom had two of three toilets out of order and third filthy. Would not recommend or stay again. - sonofabaker
Oct 2017 - $34.00
This is a campground that was either converted from a KOA or is darned close (the signage and coloring are almost exact). We arrived late but the people were still in the office, very nice folks. The office is open 8-10, then from 2-7, so if you call for a reservation leave a message.
It was a functional stop for us. The sites themselves were not very level and is partly grass but fine enough for an overnight stop. The coffee in the morning was a godsend! This campground seems to be a stop-through for most folks who stay there, at least in the front. There is a back part where there are some rundown rigs. Our fire pit was full of cigarette butts, but not something we used. - Kamnel
Aug 2017 - $35.00
Rather run down looking. Long pull thru. Pool not usable (green).. tall grass, lot of residents, OK for one night. - Dutch Star 40
Jun 2017 - $32.00
Nice little campground. Reminded us of a KOA with the spaces for tent camping and all of the little cabins. We only stayed the night coming from FL to KY, and we would stay here again. Nice pull-thru spot with a mix of blacktop and grass. You do need to put blocks under the jacks, but they had blocks provided at all of the spots we saw. Good for setting up the DirecTv sat. We would stay here again! - Nekkidfish
Feb 2018 - $25.00
A little skeptical because of a previous post, but found this to be a great overnite stay. Management very friendly and helpful, huge area to park out 38 foot toyhauler and dually. 30 amp in the late arrival area was fine as we only needed one air conditioner, Easy on easy off. Could not have been any better for us. We will be making this our stop on our way to south Florida from Baton Rouge. - Ronnie7918
Dec 2017 - $29.00
Staff member at check-in was extremely rude on multiple occasions. Electric pedestals must be switched on in office with no circuit breaker on post for user. This is a safety hazard and may also damage coach; we blew circuit breakers despite surge guard in line when office threw the breaker on in the office after we had already connected to post.
Facilities are clean. Many permanent/semi-permanent trailers, etc. in this park. Those sites are extremely close to one another. Central grassy area has very long pull through sites that are used for short term stays. This area was easily accessed with our 40 ft. rig. This Laundry area, bathhouse, and other buildings appeared clean and maintained. Some overhead branches in driveways need to be trimmed to avoid scraping coaches and tall fifth wheels. Beware overhanging branches at both entry and exit.
We will not return due to the rude treatment and unsafe electrical pedestals. - SuzanneH
Oct 2017 - $27.00
Campground is right off Main Florida interstate 75 to Disney World, Orlando. WiFi only when sitting at the office using the office WiFi. Other campers complained about this to us as well. Campground wifi supposedly limited by users. So unless there are only two campers don't check in.The small narrow sites are level and ours was shaded. Our awning couldn't go out all the way. We saw others almost touching the neighbor's. 50 amp extra charge...box night light burned in two, 30 amp is old. Only one shower and 2 toilets. The exercise room...only air conditioner is a wall unit that isn't on until someone goes in thus waiting to cool down before using mostly outdated rusted equipment. All equipment shoved in one half of the room literally no elbow room. Looked more like the equipment is in storage. Several cats roaming the office bathroom area. Office gal wasn't mean, but not very helpful or personable. The fella showed us to our site and drove off. We travel a lot and this is one of the very very few we wouldn't return to. If you want a pull through one nighter this might be okay for the price. - Rgke4
Nov 2017 - $10.00
Kelly's is a great park. Interior roads a mix of paved and gravel and easy to navigate. Lots of trees. Park is next to large tracts of public land with MILES of trails. Your dog will love it. Limited retail available in White Springs but everything you need is 10 minutes away in Lake City. No pool, playground, etc but it's more of a place for adults. They have poker night, craft night, bingo night and more that are well-attended. It's the friendliest park we have visited starting with the office staff. Staff is coolest you'll ever meet. Extremely quiet and feels very safe. Owner and son live at the park and maintain it well. We stayed 2 months and loved every day. - HDWC
Dec 2016 - $27.00
The thing that impressed me the most about this park was the community fire rings that had ample seating with rocking chairs, benches etc along with free seasoned fire wood. Wood isn't cheap folks. - Vitojemps
Sep 2016 - $27.00
Just an overnight for us on our way home. This park is mostly long term and seasonals. The roads are old and just sand/gravel. The sites are sand/gravel/grass with some tall weeds (they could use a trim). The pad was level enough we did not even unhook from the truck. Good spacing with some shade and each site has a trash can. No patio, picnic table or fire ring. No recycling at this time. WiFi has multiple secured access points and excellent coverage. If we need to stay in the area again, we may try another CG. - FreeWheeler
May 2017 - $9.00
We chose Ocean Pond as a overnight camping stop on our way home from Myrtle Beach to Shalimar, FL. A bit off the interstate but a must stop as my husband grew up near Ocean Pond and has always been pleased with their accommodations. Both sets of Camp Host were so pleasant and helpful.
Ocean Pond is off the beaten path but worth the stay. Bring your mosquito spray and sunscreen. Lots of both but hey it's camping. Very quiet and peaceful. I sat outside early this morning and could hear the train choo choo along side Hwy 90. - TravellerLott
Dec 2016 - $4.00
Beautiful National Park Campground. We secured a primitive site at last minute so used our generator. There were spots right on the lake that had electric and water. Our Verizon lte worked well. Didn't try our satellite, was only in park overnite. Would definitely return and stay longer. - smitty12
Nov 2016 - $6.00
We were right next to the water on an electrical site. (Sites 1-19 had power.)
The site was huge!
There was a dump station as you were coming into the camp. There was also fresh drinking water available to fill your tank.
The bathhouse was clean & the showers were superb. Good sized, 4 hooks & a bench to sit on. Unmetered hot water.
Bugs were not a problem.
The electrical sites had a $4 surcharge for electricity so the America The Beautiful rate was more than the usual 50%. - becida
Apr 2010 - $30.00
Never Dunn's RV Park is 7 miles from I-75. It is a working farm with peacocks, chickens, goats and dogs. It is located on a dirt road and the campers are parked in an open field with very little shade. The whole place had an unkempt look, the bathroom was dirty and the pool is a block away from the camping area and you have to walk past a very unfriendly rottweiler to get to it. You can't go walking because every time a vehicle passes you are covered with dust. The only positive things going for it are the owners, who are very friendly and the colorful peacocks who come looking for a handout. If I gave this place a grade it would have to be a C. - Pooh's Mom
Oct 2009 - $15.00
This in all of our years of camping has the worst first impression of anywhere we have ever camped. Un-kept grounds, dirty swimming pool, dirty junky grounds, Very poor check-in, very poor upkeep. - leej
Feb 2009 - $15.00
We camped here using Passport America. It was cash only and no receipt. We asked for a pull thru. We were directed to drive around the house and then to pull behind other rigs and "pull thru" the site we were shown. The laundry is standard house units (1 each) and you leave money in a box. The breaker boxes do not have breakers to shut off power to the receptions. The water is shared with a y and does not have back flow preventives. The sites are very narrow. The directions are poor and help is not given when you call, they just say "I do not know where you are". The hydro tubs are jetted tubs in the bath house. I would not stay again. There are many permanent residents here. - highwayrunners
Jan 2018 - $24.00
We spent one night at this park. There are no sewer hookups but there is a dump station. The grounds themselves are very nice and the utilities were well placed. I do, however, have a few complaints. The signage could be much better. The entrance is on a curve in the shade and it's not clear if this is the campground entrance until it's too late. Fortunately there is a gas station around the bend that we turned around in. Once you get into the campground it is easy to take a second wrong turn before coming to the sites. The second complaint is that the trees need to be trimmed to prevent them from scratching RVs. The washer and dryer were quite old. In today's age of large RVs it's a shame that the park only has 30 amp service. We didn't need it this time of year, but this park wouldn't be up for consideration later in the season. In spite of these complaints it was a nice enough park that was well cared for, but we would probably try someplace else next time. - Tammy7
Jan 2018 - $20.00
We were really looking forward to visiting this park and listening to the tubular bells playing throughout the day. Unfortunately, the bells are still not working and as of this writing there is no ETA on when repairs will be made (the park will update their website when they are fixed so keep an eye out for that). Aside from this, we were somewhat disappointed by the park. We were in the Canebreak loop site number 13, a level pull through 30 amp water/electric site (no sewer) comprised of hard packed sand/earth. You could see the dump station from our site, but it didn't bother us. The site had a large grassy area and picnic table, and there is good separation between most of the sites. All the loops have tight curves that can be challenging for big rigs. Verizon signal was strong, but there were zero OTA channels. Bathhouse was fairly clean, but had no heat (except for a few heat lamps in the shower area), so it was very cold, and most of the lights were not working so it was very dark as well. There were also 2 washers and 2 dryers at each bathhouse, although 3 were out of order when we were here. The gate coming into the park was broken. The park had a lot of branches and limbs strewn everywhere due to the recent winter storm. The park itself is still quite beautiful with moss draped trees giving it a tranquil feel. The spring at the park entrance is no longer flowing, so it's just a small pool of brown stagnant water. The carillion tower was beautiful and interesting, and there was a lady who played music on the dulcimer and piano inside. The gift/craft shop was cute and two volunteers were playing and singing Stephen Foster songs on the second floor. They were the highlight of our visit. Museum is nice and informative. We would stay here again but only if/when the bells are working. - RVIN 24-7
Jan 2018 - $10.00
We stayed in a pull thru #27. Level and long. Water and electric only. Dump station in the park. Restrooms were close and clean but very cold. The handicapped was the warmest due to small area. Nice campground. The bell tower wasn't working, electrical issues. - krisbw
Mar 2016 - $26.00
As previously reviewed, this is a bare basics, overnite stop. Easy access from I-75. Currently about 1/3 full with permanent residents. Very nice owners. Don't know if they have restrooms or laundry. Decent utilities. Close to the highway but noise was not a problem. We would stop here again. Our pull thru was grass but there are a few concrete pull thrus and backins. - mutiny court
Feb 2014 - $21.00
This is an "old" camp ground, but it is reasonably kept up. It is an EZ in and out, but the road is in bad shape. Nice folks running the camp, but I think there are only 3 pull through sites that aren't taken up by settlers. (Not completely sure about that). This a place to stop for an over night when you really need to get off the road and there is no other choice. I wouldn't want to be there in a heavy rain, because I think you'd be up to your ankles in water. All that said, we would stay here again if push came to shove, and the price is right at 21 dollars..barely. - Darfantin
Jul 2012 - $23.00
We stopped here after being on the road for long hours, and it was easy. We arrived unannounced and paid for one night, only to realize we needed two nights. We were welcomed by an elderly couple who apparently are the owner/operators, and they made us feel like family! They assured us that we could stay however long he needed. This is a no-frills park, but friendly people and loving care. There is a Wendy's within walking distance and a gas station in front. A quiet and welcome oasis at the end of the day. I would recommend this little Mom & Pop park to anyone. - bbkidznurs