35 Parks near Weeki Wachee, Florida
May 2016 - $28.00
Would have to say quite unique, very friendly and interesting.
Some tight areas but, the spaces are large and nice, with good hookups.
No cable but some local ant. channels.
A very fun place.
Would be great for kids too! - tONY1952
Mar 2016 - $28.00
This is a small out of the way park, loaded with charm. The staff went out of their way to make you comfortable. Roads are gravel but in good shape. Some sites are just grass but some have asphalt and paver patio. There are a lot of full time residents. Small lake for catch and release fishing only. - Vicki K
Jan 2015 - $28.00
Very happy to be back at our winter home, off the beaten path. Owner is approachable and makes sure that guests have what they need for an enjoyable stay and is open to suggestions for improvements. There is a real sense of community here with monthly activities during the snow bird months. New projects this year include making a kitchen in the recreation pavilion, designing unique decor around the castle, and new wilderness tenting spots. What is great is that IF you are a craft-builder-type person and you want to join in on some of the projects, you are always welcome to take part in the community improvements and/or the greenhouse to grow your own veggies. However; if you'd rather sit and relax by the pond and just read a book, or enjoy one of the many gorgeous sunsets; it is peaceful and quiet enough to do so. A great place to visit for a short stay or long stay, but make reservations by calling during the winter months if you want to ensure a spot. - 55_57
Feb 2011 - $28.00
The sites are quite tight and are a bit hard to back into, and there are a lot of long termer's here, so some of the trailers are a bit run down. The park has great atmosphere, and is very welcoming. We would stay here again. - Dundee
Mar 2010 - $10.00
This is a southern refuge for many. Easily over half of the sites are full timers who have added on to their campers to the extent it is hard to recognize them as campers. The staff was extremely helpful and friendly. My site was indeed a pull through with a nice sized concrete patio. Full hook up: I had to arrange w/ the local CATV for service (was there for 3+ months, note daily rate is based on 1st month at winter rate and 2 months at summer rate averaged). This was a very quiet place and they had several community events: holiday dinners and parade(s). Even working nights I was able to rest during the day w/o any problems. (I might have been the noisy neighbor, with my odd hours.) I chose this place as it was very close to where I worked but would keep it in mind for a much shorter stay: though I doubt I'd be placed in the same site (be given one of the dedicated overnight sites). I can only imagine it is busier during the heart of the winter when all the residents return. All in all a very nice place which made for a nice stay. - D Ward
Apr 2007 - $29.00
This is primarily a "live-in" park for the 55 and over crowd. We stayed one night because we were visiting somebody in the area. The park was very clean and the camp store was well equipped. There was a nice pool and other facilities. Most of the sites are occupied by older trailers that are permanently with added roofs and sun rooms. There are a few sites for overnighters. It looks like a real nice place to spend the winter. - bgb1066
Jan 2013 - $21.00
Very tight and small spaces. We needed help from an employee to back into spot. When opening our door, it was very close to the neighbor. It seems to be a trailer park, with spots available in between the regulars. If you have a long RV, you will block the driveway for others to get through. We were only here for 2 nights. - Brenrett
Jan 2010 - $28.00
The entrance to the park is lovely. Once past that, however, its appearance is seedy. Sites are extremely close together, muddy, and people don't seem to be picking up after their dogs. The park could be nice but, sadly, there appears to be little pride in keeping the park up. - geotraveler
Mar 2016 - $66.00
We stayed for a week during the last of the "Snow Bird" season and were happy to obtain a site while most seasonals were still there. Easy park to get to and in. Hosts were friendly and helpful. Pool was very clean.
Construction of a new park section was ongoing with noise, smoke, and dust. Our site, #82, was meant for a MH and service hookups were on wrong side for out 5th. Water pressure required pressure gauge with extra-long hose. Power also required extra-long line. Overhead trees gave good shade but horrible pollen at this time.
Might go back when construction is complete and in a different site. - TravlinOn
Mar 2016 - $20.00
Sites are sand, no pavement here. They are currently expanding which is why I rate them low. Heavy equipment noise all day. They cleared out a large treed area and are in the process of burning the trees. Smoke is heavy in the park. WiFi comes and goes, but mostly goes. The owner does not care about smoke, noise or poor WiFi. - Ryan1955
Jan 2016 - $14.00
We stayed at this park for a week on a special received at the Tampa RV Supershow.
This is a small park that was adequate for our needs. This time of year the park is filled with snowbirds from mostly Michigan, Illinois, and Indiana, just like the rest of Florida. They are very friendly and social here!
The site we parked on was a pull through with crushed shells for the parking surface. Services were good. Water pressure here was at 80 psi. You will need a regulator.
They are expanding the park, and it will be interesting to see what it looks like in years to come!
Most shopping is in town about five or more miles from the park. If you are in need of an adult beverage that is a walk away, there is a convenience mart just south of the park.
This is a great place to stay if there is a special rate available! - Howard Jaros
Feb 2016 - $28.00
Spent a week here, enjoying the forest and river. The site (#9) was roomy, mostly level, grass and sand with a picnic table, fire pit and integrated grill. The hookups were good, but no cable and no OTA TV stations were obtainable. However -- and I never thought I would ever say this about any RV park -- the WiFi was awesome! We were able to stream TV/movies without much difficulty. No, it wasn't perfect, but it was the best I've seen. Good laundry room, clean restroom/showers, recreation room with large screen DirecTV/TV, and saw a children's playground.
The roads in the park were sand/dirt and had a few potholes, but not a big deal if you go slow. The surrounding forest, from floor to canopy, was fabulous and quiet and we very much enjoyed being there. I think because of the fire rings, a lot of people lit fires (partly, I'm sure, because it was cold, too!) so it was smokey some of the time. Everyone we met was very friendly.
The office also rents kayaks and canoes, and there is a boat ramp. We would definitely want to camp here again, and for ever longer! - RobtL
Apr 2015 - $30.00
We stayed here specifically because the kayaking was advertised as excellent. We were not disappointed. Even though the water was quite shallow in places, we were able to explore both upstream and down (and also saw our first manatees closeup from our kayak). The boat launch was at least 1/4 mile from the campground, and parking near the launch area cost $5 per day (with no discount offered for campers). We chose to drop off our boat and park the car back at our campsite to save the additional cost. However, it would have been much more convenient to be parked closer. Campsites are nice and big with lots of tall trees. Most other campers were in smaller trailers and tents. Wood fires were quite popular. The unpaved road through the campground had some seriously deep potholes. - The Borgs
Mar 2015 - $33.00
No security which is surprising for a county park; the road meanders through residential area and at the end you go right for the day use area, left for the campground. No gate, but the bathroom has a code-entry lock & you are advised to keep everything locked when you are away from your site. Very shady but no screening between sites. WiFi was good at my site #4. Major grocery store 2 miles away. Lots to do in the area but of course the main attraction is canoeing or kayaking on the Chassahowitzka River. It's beautiful with lots of wildlife. A bit pricy if paying by the day $33, but by the month it's a good deal at $389. - BigPa
Jan 2015 - $23.00
Clean, cozy, friendly Park. Beautiful landscaping in a natural setting. Paved roads and RV pads. No gravel crunching here. Managers know exactly what's going on without being intrusive. Close to shopping, dining, and affordable golf. Stayed for 3 days last year, one month this year, and hope to be back for 3 months next year. - BostonLake
Sep 2014 - $38.00
The park seemed to be an ideal location being located on the nature coast and away from the crazy world just south. First night the traffic noise from hwy 19 was terrible, constant motorcycles. Second day a typical florida downpour and the pull-thrus were flooded. Second night, more motorcycles (bar closing time). WiFi was slow, when it was working and I was told it was a new system. Management, to say the least, did not like complaints. Third day unhooked(getting wet from the flooding). Never again will I be back!! - Harry oxenrider
May 2014 - $38.00
I wrote the last review (4/2013) listed below this one. Really nothing much has changed with the park. The Wi-Fi has been upgraded to Tango Net, but no charge for it, and it does work very well. It stormed while we were here and lightening stuck the water supply pump. Everyone lost water for over night, but it was repaired prior to noon the next day. They said it really fried all the wiring. The park is close to Weeki Wachee Springs and to Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks. While they list 300 sites, most of them are permanents. They do have a few pull-thru sites and some back-in sites available. The back-in sites, we were told, have cable TV hookup. This time we were on site #117. Be prepared as you will need a long electric cord and long hose for water if on this site. Overall this is a nice park and we will probably be back here again next year. - buckeye1268
Jun 2016 - $18.00
This is a great little quiet RV park. We have stayed here a couple of times before our current stay here in June. However, this time after checking in and being there for the day we had an issue with their electric and ended up having to replace our electronic thermosat and control unit for our A/C unit and did not get to use our 5th wheel there. The other neighbor had no issue (noticed they had a surge protector), so I won't stay here again with out a surge protector. Just a heads up... - Mmketeer
Mar 2016 - $18.00
Gated community. Half park models. Half campsites. Friendly staff. Most of the campers and park model residents are snowbirds. Nice heated pool. Lots of community activities and pot lucks. Community bonfire. Clean laundryroom. Each campsite has a little waist high covered shelf for outdoor cooking. Spotty internet. Good cell service. Sites are asphalt and level. Paved roads. Entire place is well groomed. Well placed FHU connections. - camper19709
Feb 2016 - $14.00
Rate based (plus electricity), on monthly stay. WiFi system is a joke. They claim they have the newest and best available. However, we were parked very near one of their antenna systems and had trouble receiving a reliable signal. Our unit even has an exterior wifi antenna. Most folks complained about the system.
The park is a combination of RV and Residential community. Some are friendly, many are not. Some believe the RVers are second class folk.
Our site was very small and close to neighbors on either side. We were at the park for 3 months. Prepaid and locked in or we would have moved.
The park is located about 10 mile from the city of Brooksville and the road to town is narrow and crooked. We enjoyed the area and found entertainment, Medical, and shopping convenient. . - Plainjane
Mar 2010 - $15.00
Very well maintained campground in 45,000 acre Withlacoochee Forest near Inverness. Spacious sites with paved entry roads and paved sites. Large open pavilion plus huge recreation building with kitchen available for groups. Set up for equestrian use with modern stalls for rent, corral, many miles of riding trails in the forest. Couple of cautions: absolutely no dogs and must call ranger at number given to make reservations for all facilities - no drive-ins. A real undiscovered gem not shown in most RV guidebooks. - Trav-ler
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
Sep 2016 - $60.00
Nice park at the end of the long term park model and RV area. Some new sites with most having concrete pads. This Christian campground is open to all and follows a conservative list of activities. We enjoyed the fact we were able to take advantage of 'first time visitors stay free' policy. That was very nice. Call in reservations were good. The pool is a good distance away from the campground. Laundry facilities were adequate though dated. Campers were very friendly and we enjoyed a free Friday night concert. Facilities were good but we would not pay the rate of $60 per night. We camped in a 40' motorhome. - rwarner22