2 Parks near Wauchula, Florida
Apr 2015 - $14.00
Very nice park. Easy access and comfortable place to camp. - Tazi4cricket
Feb 2015 - $14.00
Nice clean park. Friendly staff. Good value. Stayed one day extra at $28.00. - consmith
Jan 2013 - $15.00
This is the park for the winter if you want good value and an excellent facility. They don't have as many features as some parks but they cost half as much for the winter. Excellent roads and sites. I think this is the quietest park I have ever been in and there is a lot of walking and biking on the roads of the park. They are very helpful and friendly and will help with minor repairs. There are a lot of friendly activities in the evenings and a lot of picking and grinning during the winter. There are several decent golf courses within a few miles. There is a Walmart within a mile and major stores over in Sebring 25 miles away. great place to kick back during the cold up north. - sfceb
Apr 2015 - $1.00
As members of thousand trails there are not many sites to choose from in Florida. This is a clean and nice park for us to get away and we stay here a couple weekends a year.
The staff are always friendly and the site is always clean, love to walk the trail down along the river and enjoy the nature sites.
Be mindful during rainy season as the lower section gets flooded and they have to close off half their sites, we have been stuck in the mud once or twice. - Senora Frog
Feb 2015 - $1.00
This is one of the nicer Thousand Trails parks we've stayed in. It's old, as they all are, but fairly well-maintained. The sites are grass, and we could see big gouges in some where people had had trouble getting out after a big rain because the ground was so soft. Only about half the sites have sewer, so they offer a "honey wagon" service for people who have sites without. We chose a site near the river that didn't have sewer and they offered us a free pump-out during our 6-night stay, which was very nice. Their electric service is subject to brownouts. We were unable to use our microwave during our stay because there wasn't enough power to run it. Our electric space heater and my hair tools worked fine. They have excellent wifi in the clubhouse. Also lots of activities. People here were very friendly, helpful. It's a nice setting, with a walking path along the river. Not much to do but there are restaurants and shops in nearby Wauchula for basics. We would stay here again. - Pull Toy
Jan 2015 - $1.00
We belong to Thousand Trails,hence the price per night. Park had some issues with the home schooled kids while we were there, the staff did deal with it but it seems to be an on going problem. Again with the other Thousand Trails park in Orlando, there has been a slide in standards for the RVs and tents that are allowed in. We parked in the overflow part; unfortunately we got stuck because of the soft ground . No park employee came to our aid ,they did say call the tow company and they would pay the bill, that was it. With help from fellow Rvers we manage to get out after a couple of hours. If you go there be careful on what site you pick. Seriously thinking of getting rid of our membership with TT. - scouse