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41 RV Parks near West DeLand, Florida
We did however find 41 campgrounds within 25 miles of West DeLand. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near West DeLand in the left hand column.
Feb 2018 - $25.00
Campsites are gravel and too close together. Our Awning almost touched neighbor. Water pressure is variable, often low. There is no one overseeing park after hours to handle any issues. There is too much noise even during quiet hours due to some campers partying and playing music. Management did nothing to hanle it despite saying they would talk to offenders. One camper in medium motorhome has 3 dogs and one cat with dogs barking incessently when owners are gone. They also have one vehicle parked that does not run. There are 3 people living in it full time. It's too bad because this campground has great potential due to it's location close to the St Johns River. - Terry Friedrich
Feb 2017 - $43.00
We stayed here 2 weeks in a river front pull-through. These sites are asphalt with grass between them and have a lovely view of the river. However, there is quite a slope to the back of these sites and we double blocked our rear jacks in order to get level. The big downside to these sites is that it is the access road to the restaurant/bar. The rules we were handed at check-in stated that the speed limit is 5 mph and strictly enforced. Only the campers know this because it isn't posted anywhere in the park and the bikers use this stretch as a drag strip to and from the bar. We mentioned this but who knows if they'll either post speed limit signs or install speed bumps. But, the almost constant roar of motorcycles during the day and early evening definitely negated the tranquility of being on the river. The basin sites don't have a river view but they aren't on the drag strip. They are gravel and grass and level sites. There is currently a laundry and bath facility being constructed there. Everything here is new and clean. Restaurant is pretty good with live music several nights a week. Wifi was excellent. No cable but tons of OTA stations and no trees to block our satellite. Great place to bring dogs. Lots of grassy areas to walk them. We didn't have a picnic table but there are several of them around the park. We asked if we could get one but they were out and have more on the way. The bar is closed on Monday and Tuesday and those were the best days to be here. I doubt we return because of the traffic issue. - thekites
Nov 2016 - $40.00
This park is newly developed and still in some development. The large bathroom, shower, and laundry facility is currently in construction, however there is a building with one bathroom and one shower for each gender. There is a restaurant on-site opened Wednesday thru Sunday for lunch and dinner which is a great asset. The park is riverfront to the St. Johns River and boasts beautiful views at sunrise and sunset. Overall the park is really coming along with their construction and will be absolutely beautiful once completed. I had a very nice stay and will definitely be back. - TracyGregory
Mar 2009 - $25.00
We were in cabin #2. There are 12 tent sites and 6 cabins available to rent. Cabins are primitive with 2 electrical outlets. Tent sites have no electricity and shared water. Most seem very small for today's larger tent sizes. There is no vehicular traffic on the island. A pontoon boat will take you from parking lot to island and then a ranger van will take you and your stuff to your cabin/site. This park is very busy on the weekends, usually completely full. There are several trails to hike/bike. Canoe/kayak rentals are available as well as excellent fishing on the St. Johns River. We found the bathroom to be very dirty and something (maybe a rat) was living in the woman's bathroom. Park was very quiet during the week, and rangers were helpful as well. Since my last visit almost 20 years ago they have added a playground and a visitor's center/museum. But the 80 ft tall observation tower was taken down 6 years ago. We also visited Blue Springs SP, about 12 miles away. It has 72 degree water for swimming and DeLeon Springs SP, with a wonderful pancake breakfast made from homemade flours ground on the premises with their mill as well as natural spring swimming. - FL Camper
Jan 2017 - $32.00
This is a working fish camp, not a RV resort. That being said, it is the cleanest fish camp I have ever been to. The staff was extremely friendly. Rates are fair. The main focus is fishing and boating so if you don't enjoy that this is not a place for you. Very clean, rustic, old Florida charm. - toddlo
Dec 2016 - $35.00
This seems to be mostly a place to live and/or a place to launch a boat. We did get a last minute reservation but I suppose that's due to the fact that it's not a destination?
We got a site next to a rusted out trailer with no wheels and TV blaring all day/night and across from someone who obviously has lived there a long time. At one point the water shut off for a while as a couple of guys shouted back and forth across the grounds to each other about how to fix it.
I think the site listed a restroom/shower facility but we never found it.
The site was just wide enough to fit our tiny trailer and park our vehicle cross ways in front of it. Not room for anything else. No trees or shade at all. - ToddAndMarge
Mar 2014 - $50.00
Rate is not the advertised rate. When we talked to them on the phone, they let us know that the price was due to Bike Week in Daytona. We took it anyway since we needed a place to stay close to friends in the area. It is very rustic and has a well stocked bass pond, but since we are not fishermen, we didn't care. They advertise "full" RV hookups. To a certain degree this is true. They have water, sewer, and electric hookups. When we made the reservations we told them 50 amp, but on arrival they gave us 30 amp. Looked like most of their RV sites are long term and some have been there a very long time. The sewer hook up was too small to handle the volume of water, and sewage overflowed onto the ground before we could shut off the valves. We had to back into our site since the people in the cabin next to us had their truck in the way and we were parked right on the road so we could not put out our outdoor chairs. We will not stay here again. - bob and phyl
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Nov 2017 - $50.00
The campground recently changed owners and is now called the Luna Sands Resort. The campground is now owned by Travel Resorts of America. Campgrounds are increasingly changing their names to "resorts" in hopes of attracting a more upscale and higher paying clientele. Luna Sands is a great example of this trend. The campground appears to have been a KOA at one time (the KOA logo is still on the bottom of the pool), then became the Clark Family Campground, and is now Luna Sands Resort. There is nothing resort-like about this campground. We've stayed in RV resorts that are more closely aligned with the resort description...paved roads, paved or hard-packed gravel sites that are level, well-maintained buildings and grounds, evidence of recent and continuous improvements and infrastructure investments. Luna Sands is none of these. It's an old campground that hasn't seen much investment in the infrastructure or grounds in quite some time. There are fallen trees from Hurricane Irma that have not been cleaned up. There are derelict trailers and motor homes sitting on sites in the seasonal/permanent tenant areas. The bottom of the pool is dirty, showing footprints where people have previously walked. The roads and sites are mostly sand, not gravel. The concrete patios are old and crumbling. The roads are narrow with trees very close to the shoulders. There is quite a bit of road noise and aircraft noise that is noticeable during the day...things quieted down at night. The campground is very dark at night, requiring a lot of concentration when driving on the roads after dark. $50/night for a FHU site is pricey considering the state of the place...$25-30 would be a more reasonable price. The nearby state parks offer more value for the price if you can get a site (they were full when we booked our reservation). - Flamingo_Road_Trip
Jun 2015 - $31.00
Very nice people. Needed a place to stay before I went to Disney, and I called after hours. The owner told me to come on and told me where to park. I have a 31 footer with jeep being flat towed. Site would have been level except I didn't want to unhook. Clean restrooms and owners even woke up early so that we could get an early start. - Tomwillis
Sep 2014 - $35.00
Quiet, family owned park with plenty of shade. Interior roads are narrow with tight turns and low hanging tree limbs. The park is a maze of roadways with some roads as sites and some sites as roads. Be sure to get an escort to your site. Hosts are friendly and accommodating . Utilities are in good working order but are in inconvenient locations. They have a restaurant on location for daily breakfasts that was decent. The pool was nice but needs to be cleaned. Bathrooms were old but clean. The park is not big rig friendly or multiple slide friendly. The park has a lot of potential. We would come here again. - Mamaluca
Feb 2018 - $24.00
Blue Springs is a very popular park; not only for camping but also for day visitors who come to see the manatees or just enjoy the park. Upon entering the park, you can wait in line a long time, even if you are already checked in as there is only one lane to enter the park. We're told that on busy weekends, the backup can be as long as 60 cars! Its a beautiful spot and most of the sites are pretty private. Some are quite small and difficult to get into; so big rigs should make sure they can fit. We saw many big rigs that had to park their cars or trucks almost off the road just to squeeze them into their site. The springs are beautiful and well worth the short trip down to the water. They offer cruises on the St. Johns River or you can just walk along the boardwalk or bike along the bike path or trails. There is a small gift shop and cafe there too. The park is off of Route 17 / 92 which can be pretty busy. The turn into the park road from the highway is pretty tight. But the park is back a few miles from the highway so there is no road noise. There is a train that goes pretty close however. Our site was advertised as gravel but that had disappeared long ago and it was pretty soft sand making it difficult to level. Once we did, it was a great spot however. We noted that some of the sites do have hard packed gravel and that would be more desirable. - Cape Cod kayaker
Nov 2017 - $12.00
Most sites are separated by trees and shrubs for privacy. The park has two new rest rooms and one older one. The new ones are excellent but the old one was well maintained and clean with the plus of little use so the showers were available during the high use hours as most people preferred to wait for one of the new ones to open. The spring is the big attraction with manatees coming in during the cold season and lots of viewing opportunities. The spring and outlet were closed to swimming & kayaking when we were there due to hurricane flooding and damage, but the adjacent boat launch was open so I could kayak the St. Johns River. - Appleknocker
Jun 2017 - $25.00
The site was clean but on somewhat of a down slope. We never could get the camper level but we enjoyed our time anyway. There was a large picnic table at the site and a fire ring. The bathrooms were VERY clean with large shower areas. There are a few nice concreted sites that are usually around the bathroom area. There's a hiking trail but bring sunblock and water because it's a fully open trail. There's also a paved bike trail. The boardwalk is canopied and a very nice walk down to the springs. They rent kayaks and canoes in the park area and there's a boat tour available. The park also has pavilions with grill areas. There are also cabins you can rent in the park but I'm not sure of the prices. We went the first week in June so the springs were "cold" (to a Floridian) but the weather was amazing for camping. - 2Austins
Mar 2018 - $33.00
Park is clean but has very tight roads in spots. Mostly seasonal or year-round rigs. Adjoins a full time park and has joint activities. Most sites are treed. We had no problem with the turns or roads. - dalenoel
Mar 2018 - $51.00
No welcoming personnel after five, no camp host, You're on your own. A box at reception outdoor contains your site number no other information about wifi or services, niet! The whole campground is rundown, with what seems like permanent resident in old mobile homes and old run down dirty units. Loud motorcycles, strong stench from dog poop. WiFi very poor, I am using my own. Narrow spot on grass, not level at all. I sure do not understand the attraction in this campground, the worst I have experienced in my year on the road. Lesson learned, do not let others make choices on my behalf. - Sire
Feb 2018 - $25.00
Staff very friendly, nice pool, shuffleboard and pantaque/bocce ball courts not so good. Good laundry facilities. Lots of full timers with old run down dirty units with lots of clutter around and under units. Lots were full of pine cones, needles and leaves. Very tight roads and sites for large long rigs although I was lucky to get a roomy one(rare) for my 45' MH. Large number of noisey inconsiderate motorcycles coming and going constantly. One small garbage dumpster always full. Good location, good rates, stayed a month but would not return. - Jimbo1973
Jun 2017 - $48.00
This is a great little campground along the beautiful shores of the St Johns River. The site was spacious enough for us, level, and free of an obstacles, power was clean and water was good. The park just recently renovated their bath houses and bathrooms, and they are in excellent shape! There is a very good restaurant/bar on site, great food and atmosphere. This campground does have full time residents, but they're located in the back of the park and all the we encountered were very nice. We will be coming back to this campground in the future! - Clgordon
Feb 2017 - $35.00
This is right on the St. Johns River. Sites are really tight. Restrooms and showers were clean. Site surface was asphalt. - toddlo
Nov 2016 - $40.00
We stayed here over the Thanksgiving holiday while visiting family in Winter Park. The park consists mainly of full-timers, with sites for transients on the front row just off the main road. It was difficult to maneuver our 30 foot motor coach through the park to get to our site. The roads are narrow and cars are parked any which way at the sites. Sites were sand, but we did have a nice concrete patio.We would probably stay here again. - melissab7
Oct 2018 - $15.00
Stayed to attend a local hiking event, so were focused on electric for AC and clean bathrooms. Both needs were well met. Sites are groomed sand/grass/weeds and flat. Each site has an electric pool, fire ring, picnic table, and some shade. If you're going to "enjoy the outdoors" this may not be the place as its very close to I-4 and you can hear the interstate noise. There are very nice restaurants in the neighboring small town of Sanford. BEWARE OF THE MOSQUITOES!! When the sun goes down the place is SWARMING with those monsters. Also has a nice bike trail between this park and Blue Springs State Park where there are BEAUTIFUL springs. - DebMoves
Feb 2017 - $15.00
The only reason I gave this park an 8 is that there is no sewer and as a spoiled camper, I like my sewer. The spots are level, bath house is very clean and looks relatively new. The roads are dirt but well maintained, as are the spaces. The spaces are shady with plenty of trees between for privacy. There is a boat dock to go out into Lake Monroe. We will rerurn to this very nice park. - esta34950
Jan 2017 - $15.00
Great little park on Lake Monroe. Back in spacious and level sites with water and 30 amp. One clean out for the park. Has boat ramp on St. Johns River. Good TV and phone service. Sites are dirt and leaves. Just a short drive to Sanford which has a beautiful historic downtown. - Hey You
Mar 2015 - $10.00
We stayed at Astor Landing for the month of March. The campsite is well off the main highway and is very quiet. The catch and release pond in the center made it very pleasant. This was our first time camping in Florida so we had no idea what to expect. We encountered no ticks and no bears. Sitting on the dock each night we saw lots of alligators but none close enough to be a danger. The staff was friendly and accommodating. It would be our recommendation if you want to fish to bring a boat. We had no luck fishing from the dock. St John's River is incredible and with a boat would definitely be fun to explore. We found many things to do in the Astor area and will consider going there again. - Love the Dock
Jul 2013 - $28.00
We stayed here for a week and enjoyed the adventure. Two black bears tour the park this time of the year. The folks who are staying here for a long time stick together and persuaded the bears to move on. We enjoyed watching the ducks in the pond, which is full of fish. We have a geocaching hobby. This park was just what we needed to get into the Ocala National Park and other geocaching runs in the area. Good water pressure and friendly folks. - Jim M.
Feb 2009 - $28.00
This is a small, quiet park. The people we saw, including those running the park were very friendly. It is not an active park - it seems that many of the people are there for long periods of time and you don't see them very often. There is only one restroom and it can be quite a walk depending on where your site is. The woman's bathroom was cute and clean, but only one shower and two toilets. There was never a line and we were camping on Daytona 500 weekend, so that was a plus. It was an easy trip to the race and I would recommend it to someone who was just looking for an inexpensive, quiet place to stay. If you are looking for the party crowd, this is not the place! - JEG