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Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $44.00
It looks like paradise, landscaping, layout, hardscapes all beautiful and give pure tranquility. Most spots very well shaded and cement pads and patios are huge. The resort has so much activity (community fire pits, shuffleboard, pickleall, bike and walking trails, beautiful quarry with overlook, pizza parties, small on site restaurent near pool for lunch, etc.). The first day I met the owner and the manager who take much pride it their community. It is a very active friendly community and the town is wonderful. We paid $120.00 for a week on a first visitors special. Watch the web site for different specials. It is worth every penny. A little slice of heaven. We camped at Williston Crossings RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
You don't even need to go out, but the gulf is 50 minutes away. The China house is a very good local restaurent and McGuires auto servie is honest and very competent and fair priced.
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $49.00
Ten years ago we heard about and camped at Williston Crossings. In the follow on years this place has expanded dramatically but under a new set of owners. ( Back in site 43.50 and pull thru 49.50 but be sure and verify your cost ). They do offer a military and Good Sam discount. The original shower, laundry and fire pit is still in existence but they're now under a great many towering trees. Almost all sites are paved but the older sites are shaded which meant no roof top satellite signal for us. The newer back section sites are very open. The resort does offer cable TV hook ups but it is not in hi-definition. The 30/50 amp. power seemed to be very good but their water pressure was low. Their park wide wi-fi was good for sending and receiving e-mail but if I attached four photos to send something, it failed. Basically a very weak signal. The place has hundreds of snow birders that rent a site and golf cart for the winter months so if you want the November - April timeframe, book early. The resort has a pool, pickle ball courts, a dog park and few scheduled activities. Sadly Williston doesn't offer much in terms of stores and restaurants and "extras" thereby lowering the resorts rating my eyes. Also, there is no daily at your site trash pick-up so in many cases campers are faced with a long walk or short drive to the trash drop off areas. They also have a train that passes the resorts Northern border at least twice a day and apparently the engineer seems to enjoy blowing train whistle. The resort didn't show up on our Garmin GPS so try these coordinates 29.391327 and -82.441123 or be sure you come in the main entrance which is at 410 NE 5th Street . Also their gates close ( code required ) after 5 PM daily. We camped at Williston Crossings RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $45.00
This is probably one of the nicest campgrounds we have ever stayed at. The sites are LONG and very level. And the pads are wide enough to have the slides out but still have ample room for the picnic table to be close to the coach without having to squeeze by. Nice and shady lots, which might not be too good for satellite reception. (We didnt use satellite.) The lots are offset so you dont have a neighbor looking directly at your patio from their coach; and there is so much space between sites. I can see why this park stays full. Signage is excellent, giving directions as to where trash goes and which way to exit, etc. It is a gated park which we like alot! We're only here 2 nights but we will definitely be back! We camped at Williston Crossings RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $40.00
Arrived at park through the back and wrong gate. Called office and staff arrived to lead me to our site and were kind enough to drive my wife to the office to check in while I set up. We had a pull through that was 3 times the length of my RV(all are like this) so you are not next to your neighbor. Gates are closed at night and access code used to enter. Roads and sites are paved with concrete pad and picnic table. Almost all the sites are in the woods but they have all the under brush cleared out and grass planted so it is a very beautiful setting. Very nice clubhouse and pool area. WiFi was Ok but could not stream video. Could not use our satellite. Reasonably close to Gainesville and Ocala. Very nice park - we will come again when we are next in area. We camped at Williston Crossings RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2015 - $18.00
This park is definitely a 10-10-10 plus. I have been RVing for 40 years, in 49 states. This is on of the best parks I have stayed at. Check out their web site. The campground has wonderful sites. cement pads and patio, 50 amp, Wi-Fi, and cable. There is a large pool. The streets are very well lit. Excellent staff. The campground is very well maintained. The campground has a café in the winter months and some RV supplies. A real class act. We camped at Williston Crossings RV Resort in a Motorhome.
The only draw back is the town of Williston. It has the necessities, but few local restaurant's open for supper. But Gainesville is only 17 miles away. Williston has 2 drug stores, a Winn Dixie, Ace hardware, several fast food restaurant's, and a few local restaurant's. Could use a Walmart, the nearest one is 20 miles. Don't go to Gainesville football weekends.
Date of Stay: March, 2015 - $45.00
Arrived at park and was met at the gate and taken to my site, helped with setup of coach, and when finished directed us to office for registration. Very friendly and helpful throughout. Park was very spacious and a lot to see in the area. A little bit of a drive to get to the park but the experience and professional personnel was worth it. Wi-Fi was fair but satellite signal was great. We parked in the new section. We camped at Williston Crossings RV Resort in a Motorhome.
For food Winn Dixie, definitely see Cypress Woods and Gardens.
Date of Stay: January, 2015 - $17.00
Absolutely beautiful RV park. Variety of sites, back in, and extra long pull thru. All sites are excellent. All concrete sites, patio, and picnic table. Cable. WiFi. Park is beautiful, clean, great landscaping and friendly staff. Dog park. Grist Mill Cafe on site. This place is a 10+ ! We camped at Williston Crossings RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2014 - $40.00
Stayed here 5 years ago when it was unfinished and it was a good park. Now its a great park that has done most everything well. Stayed in a pull thru in the old part both times. The only thing that changed was the underbrush has been cleared out. As an example of the things done right, our 125' pull through was 14' wide pavement. (25' wide at the patio) In a majority of parks its not as wide, meaning your rv fits on the pavement but you step out onto dirt or grass. The only item not perfect was the Wi-Fi which was the same as most rv parks...useless. We camped at Williston Crossings RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $44.00
Williston Crossings is definitely a destination park. First it so large that many sites are seasonal, and they are installing park models in the newer section. I called ahead to make sure they could accomodate in a pull-thru with tow for overnight, since they have only 41 pull-thru sites. The person who talked to me wanted lots of information on the phone, including VISA #. I did not want to give that information before I even got there, and she indicated they usually didn't do that. She did give me a site number, but by the time we got there, that had been changed, which confused our escort. The park is beautiful, with large sites and has every amenity, including being within walking distance to the town. This a great park for an extended stay but not our favorite small park. We camped at Williston Crossings RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $40.00
This is truly a "10" campground. Great checkin, escort to site, good wifi, clean swimming pool, level and long sites, plus shade. What more could you want? Beautiful lighting at night? You got it. We camped at Williston Crossings RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2014 - $38.00
A nice campground with friendly hosts. A lot of the park is heavily treed, which is nice to look at, but a bit of an issue at this time of year (bugs). Some of the sites are too overgrown to get in. Upon arrival I wasn't able to fit into the site that I was assigned due to tree limbs. The funny thing was that there is a whole new section of sites in the back that have minimal trees. We were never offered a site in that area, #200 numbered sites. If I did stay here again, I would request a site in the new section. We camped at Williston Crossings RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2014 - $25.00
Very large place. Sites are concrete and for the most part level. There are a lot of trees that provide ample shade but also lots of stuff coming down from them. We were surprised by the amount of pollen that came down every night. If you have allergies, like me, better get ready. It is in a small town with very few stores, so get your stuff before check in or like us you will drive over 30 minutes to common stores. Lots of retirees. Quiet and friendly place. We camped at Williston Crossings RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $22.00
As good as I have seen, roomy sites a big plus. Did a pull-through which was exceptionally long. Cable good, phone service good, internet spotty, hosts exemplary, bingo night well run, dinner/dance night very smoothly operated, maintenance well attended to, quarry interesting, breakfast in town reasonable and close, even rode bicycle to it, a great campground. Day trips abound, Gainesville, Cedar Key, Ocala, and many others. We camped at Williston Crossings RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: February, 2014 - $20.00
Just wrapped up four months at park. The good - paved with level sites, lots of activities including a new woodworking shop ($), very nice pool, Friday and Saturday large fire pit, and plenty of room to stretch you legs within the confines of the park (easy to walk a route greater than 1.5 miles and not repeat a road). Facilities top notch. A brand new section and a lot of pull-throughs. Need to be careful in site selection if you want satellite (consult Google maps and park site map). WiFi is now very good in most part of the park and they block video streaming, so you get good download speeds at your site. There are a lot of seasonal folks and for the most part, most are very friendly. The folks that volunteer and work camp can be a little exclusive if you're hear for a short stay. Downsides - a lot of rules that are not always uniformly enforced (dog fences, washing coach are the things that come to mind). Had to ask way to many times to turn the heat on in the pool (it is advertised) to get it turned on. If you sign a contract for extended stay, don't expect relief or camping credit towards a future visit if something comes up. We camped at Williston Crossings RV Resort in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: December, 2013 - $14.00
This park has many great things going for it: nice level concrete lots, plenty of room to maneuver, friendly staff, clean. But, there are a few items that keep this park from a "10". The park is very large. Is actually now a "north" and "south" park, with another big addition in the works. The park is so big that you really need to "drive" to some of the amenities: laundry room, dog park, trash receptacle. Exercise is wonderful, but maybe not when it is pouring down rain, freezing, or your bad back is acting up. There is no trash pickup at site, the roads flood easily, and the washer and dryers were constantly "out of order." We got a special rate of $99 for a week: but don't know if we would stay here and pay the regular full rate. Not much in Williston: have to drive to Gainesville or Ocala to find major stores, a theatre or a nicer restaurant. We camped at Williston Crossings RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.Undo
For food Winn Dixie, definitely see Cypress Woods and Gardens.PAYOFF • March 2015
You don't even need to go out, but the gulf is 50 minutes away. The China house is a very good local restaurent and McGuires auto servie is honest and very competent and fair priced.pattyann1750 • April 2015
The only draw back is the town of Williston. It has the necessities, but few local restaurant's open for supper. But Gainesville is only 17 miles away. Williston has 2 drug stores, a Winn Dixie, Ace hardware, several fast food restaurant's, and a few local restaurant's. Could use a Walmart, the nearest one is 20 miles. Don't go to Gainesville football weekends.thesilverback • April 2015
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