56 RV Parks near Westchase, Florida
We did however find 56 campgrounds within 25 miles of Westchase. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Westchase in the left hand column.
Sep 2017 - $38.00
Price reflects weekly rate of $250. Section 12 is brand new and beautiful. Large long concrete pads and beautiful grass. Utilities are placed perfectly. They are back in sites; however, personnel is very skilled in maneuvering you into the lot. This is a super location close to Tampa and Clearwater. The other side of the park is old and needs renovation. Close lots with gravel and old electric. I would not stay anywhere except in Section 12. It was a very enjoyable stay and I will return. - Freedom Bus
May 2017 - $49.00
This is a large busy park with two distinct sections. New section on Mullet Creek is a modern model of RV Parks. It has large angled concrete pads for easy backing; unlike older section. New one-unit utility pedestals with 50 to 100 amp service to accommodate newer bigger rigs. It also has the price to go with it. Missing from this section are showers or restrooms. If patrons choose to use provided facilities, they'll have to use the restroom/shower facilities in the other older section. Restrooms and showers are always clean and neat. Older section has some permanents, but park has rules and enforces them so perms have to keep up their sites. Close to gulf beaches, Busch Gardens, Ybor City, and many other Tampa Bay attractions. Staff friendly and very helpful. Older section is a little tight for large rigs, but manageable. Traffic noise from Hillsborough Ave can be annoying, especially the sites in the rear of the park. - Rick Frazier
Apr 2017 - $48.00
Bay Bayou was a convenient RV park for my husband and I and our 20 foot travel trailer. We chose this site because of its location, and because it had a swimming pool. We had our two grandsons with us for nine days and we had chosen a Site almost directly across from the pool for their pleasure. We found the campground very well-maintained with spacious sites and full hook ups. The Wi-Fi was strong though a bit overloaded as anticipated late in the day. Laundry facilities were located in various areas of the park and were reasonably priced, well-maintained and adequate number for no wait. Because we were there late in April many of the residents had already left to head north so we did not get involved with the limited activities offered at that time. It is our understanding that during the winter there are many activities offered and we were told a very friendly resident community. There was cable connectivity included with your rate and a wide variety of channels offered. The park has kayak and canoe launch though no rentals available and areas from which one can fish. A wide variety of county parks, restaurants stores and supermarkets within easy reach. We even found a BMX track that our grandsons could try out. Lots of fun things to do in Tampa and St. Petersburg as well has done Eden and Clearwater. The community building has a library, a stage, large screen TV, pool table lots of games and puzzles, computer station, sewing station, and many tables for community activities. Again we did not participate in any as those offered at this time were not of our interest. The pool was kept clean with lots of tables and loungers and on Wednesday they have a midday hamburger hotdog barbecue. The boys had loads of fun spending hours in the pool With the season coming to an end we did not feel what is likely to be the enthusiasm of winter residence and did in turn become included in the limited activities offered. - John-Jean
Apr 2014 - $26.00
We have been staying at the Silver Dollar for many years, usually in the off season, while visiting family and friends in the area. The price is good compared to the few other parks in the area, but I must say the RV spots are getting more and more run down - broken slabs, weeds, broken tree branches and trash everywhere. On the plus side, the laundry is clean and priced right, nice safe areas for morning/evening walks and it is quiet (on the golf side) especially at night. Don't know if we will be there again, unless they clean the RV area up a bit. - housecar
Jan 2014 - $23.00
Wow, the only thing I can say is this park is not big rig friendly. Tight turning and very short sites make this a challenge to larger campers like our 36 foot travel trailer. You cannot get your rig and tow vehicle on the same site. Our hitch was at the curb of the road and the rear had about 1 foot of space before the electric post. I totally agree with the other review below about noise and how busy it it. More for the permanent homes; RV lots are an afterthought. Seems the RV sites were laid out in the 50s and 60s before folks started buying larger RVs. Would stay here again only if there was nothing else in the area...or maybe not go at all. - clicker
Dec 2013 - $25.00
Camping sites are OK, but small. The concrete pads are broken. Driveways are small between trailers making it difficult to park. Lots of noise from the gun club during the day. Lots of traffic all day since the parking lot for the club house is adjacent to the camping area. There are no restroom facilities at the camping area. Toilets are available at the golf clubhouse. I would recommend this place for overnight or a short stay, but only if your rig has it's own toilet/bath facilities. - R V Camper
Jan 2018 - $66.00
This is a newly remodeled, attractive RV park with FHU back-in sites on crushed gravel, sloped for run-off. All utilities and wifi worked well. There is a pool, modern and clean bathrooms/showers and laundry area. There is also a small fenced dog park and limited space for walking a large dog. The park is in an urban setting so space is at a premium - roads are narrow and sites are close together. However it is landscaped attractively. It is located right off US Hwy 19, but road noise was not a problem. It is convenient to shopping, and Tarpon Springs Sponge Docks, Tampa and St. Petersburg (The Dali Museum). - JoyceM
Jul 2016 - $42.00
**** Park is Closed ******
Nice park, lots of snow birds in the winter. People treat you like family. Unfortunately they lost their lease in July 2016, and the park is closed for good. - Roaming Productions
Dec 2008 - $35.00
The spots are very close together. The park is clean and the staff is friendly but it is an older park and the electricity needs to be updated to support the newer RVs. Would recommend it for a short stay but I would never stay here for an extended period of time. This park is no longer a KOA. - DanC
Dec 2007 - $35.00
We stayed just one night at this park. It was nothing special, but it was very quiet and peaceful, and the requirement for us was that it was very close to the Tarpon Springs Sponge Dock area. We traveled with our Golden Retriever and Chinese crested, and had no problems. We checked in about 6pm and left around 8am in the morning so we really didn't get to look around much, but they charged for Wi-fi internet. The site we had was a back-in, and was gravel with water, electric and sewage. I wouldn't recommend staying here for more than a couple of nights at the most, there are some nicer places for extended stays, but I would stay here again to visit Tarpon Springs. - MPD334
Feb 2017 - $28.00
This is not a luxury resort. They are a 9 in their class. Grass sites with concrete patio. Patio's need work in some sites. This is our third winter here and they are improving some sites each year. Staff is great. Realistically I can't think of any improvements other than the patio's that could be made. - Beas
Oct 2016 - $37.00
Staff very helpful. Sites very clean and easy access. Everything taken care of. Nice for pets. - Long distances traveler
Oct 2016 - $37.00
I stayed here, because a resident referred me. The sites are all back-in sites. They are fairly close, but I am more used to State-Park type of room, so may be a little biased. If the neighboring sites are occupied and you aren't used to backing your rig, I'd suggest passing.
Backing in can be a problem, since the roads are not real wide and a lot of times someone owns the area across from where you are trying to get into. This means you can't count on using the extra space across from you to help straighten out. No matter what you are doing, you will likely be driving on the grass either beside or across from your site.
There is a mix of permanent, long-term, and transient campers here.
The staff is nice and the price is great for the area.
Pet campers are segregated from non-pets. I thought it kind of weird, but I saw this in many Florida campgrounds.
The property is fairly well kept, the bath-houses are clean, and the location allows for good access to area attractions, etc.
The sites were getting soggy (more rain than normal), but the management was pouring gravel in the sites, which needed it the most.
Would I stay here again? Maybe. - ben31rv
Oct 2017 - $35.00
Nasty Place, Stay Away! We never even stayed there because of what happened when we pulled in! We arrived at night and my wife had to use the restroom so I dropped her off and went to check in. Three minutes later she came running up to me and said, "we are leaving, this place is disgusting!" She said the man who lived next to the bathroom, a huge man with no shirt on and a ton of junk in his lot, looked her up and down as she was entering the restroom. Then, while she was in there, she heard him make comments about her nice body to his friends and that he'd like to "do her" (he used a much more explicit term.) I guess there were a bunch of them drinking with this guy and so sex talk started. My poor wife was shaking. While she was being sexually harassed in the bathroom, I had driven around and the place is a DUMP and so we got the heck out of there. Lot's of long timers with junk in the yard, broken down old cars, etc. No pool, narrow lots and in a bad neighborhood. Seriously? HOW this place is listed on Good Sam is beyond me. To make matters worse, we stopped at a 7-11 about a block away to park for a moment to find another RV park to go to. A guy came up to our window and asked what kind of high we were looking for. Stay away...nasty people, nasty place!I wouldn't take children either...I can't imagine what I would have done if that guy had approached my daughter. So if your travel with your wife and kids, find a park without perverts and drunks. - Travelin Mac
Jan 2017 - $29.00
If you're looking for Yogi or KOA, this ain't it. These people live here and work hard and keep to themselves and are polite enough. Our fiver barely fit in our site, next to an even bigger fiver. But the staff is nice enough and it's very convenient to a mall and several other shopping centers. There was a hole on our site when we moved in. We mentioned it to an office worker and there was a guy here with a wheel barrow full of mulch that day. And they were trying to catch the guy who wasn't cleaning up after his dog. A fair price for a convenient stay in season. - melissabrvs
May 2015 - $30.00
I Do Not Recommend this RV park to anyone. First of all it's located in a really sketchy part of Tampa. We were there for 3 months. Our first month, during the daylight hours, we caught 3 local kids stealing one of our bikes, got it back that time, but a week later, they came back and cut the locks off both our bikes and took both of them. These kids continued to come back over and over. Also managing to steal other RVers bikes.
When it first happen, the acting manager said and I quote, "I can't be outside 24/7." Excuse me? Im sorry, but that is the wrong answer to tell your customers who pay quite a bit to stay in your not very attractive RV park. The people who run this place really don't care if anyone steals your stuff. I didn't even get an I'm sorry that happened to you.
This place is not your typical RV park. There are long term residents, its across the street from a family dollar. Its near Busch Gardens and a lot of businesses. Thats about the only thing it has going for it. The bathrooms are ok, however the stall doors are right in your face when you sit down. The laundry room is located in between the bathrooms. 2 out of 4 washers don't work and 2 of 3 dryers do work. There's no pool either. They also charge for electric.
I will never ever stay here again. If you decide to stay, its def going to be at your own risk and don't have any expectations. - Ellie Q
Dec 2017 - $45.00
This place is owned and operated by a hardworking young man and his sweet wife. Both of them were extremely accommodating. They went out of their way to help us with everything from recommending a yoga class to a rather silly and unusual favor involving our dog. :) Caladesi is clean and well-maintained. It has a fantastic location, just a block away from the Pinellas Trail and lots of cute shops and restaurants. That's super convenient because I was able to explore on my own when my husband was on the golf course. And the tenants and campers were very warm and friendly. One man introduced himself when we arrived and another lady offered to drive me to the yoga class. We got to socialize with even more of them during the free coffee and donuts event each Thursday morning. We haven't been to this area of Florida in more than ten years, but we had such a fantastic experience at Caladesi RV that we plan to return there in a month or two. We can't wait. We prefer to stay at a small and warm family-owned campground rather than the stuffy, corporate type so common these days. - prairie4peace
Nov 2017 - $48.00
My wife and I stayed for 10 days and the staff was great. The park was clean!! Bathrooms were spotless and everybody was very helpful we will be back!!
We were very happy with our stay and will be back again. Thanks for a great time. See ya soon!!!! - jeff vlcek
Nov 2017 - $40.00
This park is quiet, clean, has paved roads, spotless showers and bathrooms. Nice park, but not stuffy. Most rigs welcome. Family owned and operated, super friendly staff. And location, location, location! The best rates in the area that I found and you are close to some of the most beautiful beaches in Florida. - April45
Jun 2017 - $22.00
This is our second stay at this park. The park is nicely maintained with pretty regular maintenance and upkeep. The park is mostly full time manufactured homes or stationary RV's of different types. Spots are reasonably spaced apart with the ones on the lake closer together than those farther away. Very few pull-throughs but plenty of storage space for tow dollies or trailers. Roads are well kept with no potholes. Although we didn't use the bathrooms, showers or laundry, they were all well kept up. There is a nice sized lake with a large gazebo with fans and plenty of seating. They also have a very nice swimming pool. The folks who run the office couldn't be nicer or try to be more accommodating. The location is good, not far from the beaches, shopping or downtown Clearwater or St. Pete. Good cell phone services, decent wifi, but no cable tv.
Pricing is consistent for this area. Off season is pretty reasonable, especially the monthly rate. Monthly rates are good but do not include electric. In season, pricing goes up more than $200.00 per month. It makes sense, because by the beginning of summer, the park is completely booked during the winter. The price, is however, very competitive with neighboring parks (some of which offer less for the money). This is not an area of brand new, high end parks.
All and all, a good place to stay. We have already made reservations to come back a few times during the next year. - Ivan46
Dec 2016 - $90.00
Very quiet even though filled to capacity. Friendly staff. Close to Pinellas bike trail. - KimP
Sep 2014 - $20.00
Located close to the Gulf coast just down the street from quaint Dunedin FL this park was convenient to major shopping. It left us with a warm, homey feeling. You can tell there are lots of long term folks who live here and some of the mobile homes and RVs look quite run down (that's the sad part). The park itself is maintained and has a little lake with water birds and a resident swan. We had a spot right on the lake in the mornings we often could hear seagulls! I felt like we were on the beach at times, that was cool. No cable, even though the connectors are there. We use an electric powered antenna and the TV channels available were hard to get. Bring your own MiFi too because, as with many parks, the "free Wifi" is well, you get what you pay for. The rate was with our Escapees Discount. I would stay here again. We stayed for four nights. - Agroads
Dec 2017 - $61.00
Nice RV park with level cement pull-thru full hook-up 50-amp sites and cement patio with picnic table. Quiet. Close to beach. Very near great bike path. No wifi or cable. (Were told WIFI had been ordered.) Warm pool; no hot tub. Lots of long-term but well maintained rigs in the back area. Front area has the short-term rigs. Nice staff; friendly park. Cost seemed a high, given the amenities but it is near beach and centrally located which probably explains it. Place is popular; have to reserve ahead, especially during Snow Bird Season. Definitely would stay here again. - DrM Traveler
Oct 2017 - $36.00
This is a very nice park with spacious sites with full concrete pads & patios. Pull thru and back-in sites. Back off the roadway so it was quiet at night. Full hookups with cable TV, which did not have very good reception. Over the air reception was not good either. They have a clubhouse and a pool but no spa. The location is great for taking in the sites and beaches of the area. Tarpon Springs and Clearwater Beach are a must. - Michael Kibler
Oct 2017 - $58.00
We have stayed at Dunedin park multiple times the last 3 years. Arrived right after Hurricane Irma, and the park was empty and quiet. Park is located about 30 minutes off major highway but good roads in. Internal roads good, good size check in, and check in was easy. Our site was pull thru, level, concrete, full 50 amp hook up with patio and picnic table. Our site just fit the 40' Rig plus tow. The sites up front are tight to get into, therefore easier to unhook tow in check in area before proceeding to site. There is additional parking located nearby. Some sites are open, other have tress that drop acorns or leaves certain times of year. Park maintenance was working hard to clear storm debris. WiFi was out due to the hurricane, and was not available even after two weeks. Park doesn't have cable. We were on an end site, therefore able to get satellite. There is a small dog park, good size pool, large club house, plenty of activities. This trip I found a borrowing library in the main club house. The bathrooms are clean as are the good size laundry rooms. However, the bathrooms and laundry rooms are starting to show age. Bring bug spray as the park is surrounded by wetlands. - KKColorado
Mar 2014 - $18.00
Nice campground. Close to beach and restaurants. Camp hosts were great. Friendly residents and workers. Walking/biking path across street. Rate reflects PA rate. - Sleeps Two
Mar 2014 - $30.00
Nice enough place, but very tight. If you stop here try to not park by the fence directly adjacent to Route 19A. We had traffic about 20 feet from our heads in bed which was not nice when bars close and bikers are out. I thought we'd get used to it but did not. Good enough social scene and nice folks. Warm pool. Rate reflects $212 spent for a week's stay. - KED1950
Nov 2013 - $31.00
Older park with many permanents. Staff very friendly as are the residents. Made friends instantly. Only complaint was the internet. We were warned (by the host connection) that we can use the net, but sparingly. It is Wi-Fi, but very slow and you are told that if you go past a point where you used up so many bytes, you are knocked offline. That did not happen to us, but it still bothered me since I had no way to access the system to see how much I had used. Reminded me of high speed when it first came out. "Ok, we have high speed and if you don't use it, the system will be faster." - Ted Morgen