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52 RV Parks near Willow Oak, Florida
We did however find 52 campgrounds within 25 miles of Willow Oak. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Willow Oak in the left hand column.
May 2018 - $29.00
Stayed here in a 38' fifth wheel for a weekend. Long and spacious sites with concrete patios. They rent golf carts and has beautiful walkways along a pond. Would definitely return if in the area. - Roger & Mag
Jan 2018 - $54.00
We needed a place for 2 weeks while between houses. Since we're from Lakeland, we never had a reason to check out Sanlan. We were very impressed with what is right in our backyard. This place is extremely nice and one of the nicest we've ever stayed, though a little pricey. They offer a 5% discount for weekly stays and a 10% discount for monthly stays. There is a $1 per day charge for the dog and a $2 per day charge for an extra vehicle beyond the RV & toad. There is a bird/wildlife sanctuary with hiking trails, a lake, wetlands, ponds, golf course, and lots of snowbird activities. Very clean with lots of space for walking the dog and some nice views. Wifi went from good to slow, so mostly used my own. Cable was good. Location for shopping/restaurants is excellent. Easy, efficient check-in with super office staff. Our FHU site was a level, concrete site with a large concrete patio. There is a mobile home park section that is well kept and nice. If we ever have the need to stay locally again, we will definitely stay here. - Gayle E.
Jan 2018 - $60.00
Top notch RV Resort in a great location. Our concrete pull thru was extra long with plenty of room between sites. Patio and picnic table, free wi-fi and cable. Plenty of area to walk the dogs and even a hiking trail. Next to a golf course for those interested. Two nice pools. Close to shopping or the Polk Pkwy to hop on head to Tampa, Orlando or the beach. - travelswithpuppies
Mar 2012 - $35.00
Friendly staff, pay once you get there. Reservations recommended..within short walking distance to Strawberry Festival midway. Great location. Almost didn't want to review, to keep a secret so that it would not get overcrowded or sold out.. - MPD334
Mar 2012 - $35.00
Friendly staff. Must make reservations early to get full hookups. Will definitely stay here again. - chezhead
Mar 2010 - $35.00
Park is only open during the Strawberry Festival. Must have advance reservations, no drive up accommodations. A good place to stay while attending the Strawberry Festival. Sites are 20 ft. by 50 ft. No bathhouse. - packrat1941
Sep 2016 - $25.00
Staff very nice. Liked the extra slab with table. Easy hook ups. Only issue during stay was that it was noisey until 1 am. It was a holiday weekend so that may have been the problem. - Long distances traveler
May 2016 - $21.00
What a fantastic park! The park itself is beautiful, and well maintained. 24 foot wide paved roads made it easy to get our RV in and out. Plus we stayed in the back, away from incoming and outgoing traffic, which was light anyway. The staff is wonderful, and very helpful. There is no pool, but who cares! They have a giant clubhouse with great activities during the season. And the rates are the lowest in the area, we checked. We did our research and picked the best place, simple as that. The lots are huge! Not crammed together like other places. My family really enjoyed it. It' Plus all the restaraunts you could imagine are close bys just far out enough to feel like you are camping, but close enough to town to be really convenient. Thanks. - Sam Harris
Mar 2016 - $21.00
This park consists of a lot of year round campers. Some rigs are so old that they are green with algae. There are a lot of older RV's in this park! There are some snowbirds that stay here, and they are located in the outermost loop of the park that is a little newer than the rest. We stayed near the front of the park, and it was noisy: lots of noisy diesel truck traffic leaving at the early hours of the morning and a tractor compacting trash at 8 am every morning. For the price charged I would not call this a great place for transient visitors! It would be best to go somewhere else! - Howard Jaros
Jan 2018 - $45.00
Nice spot for a couple nights after dry camping. Fenced dog area. Low water pressure. My wife and I ran a fireworks tent nearby for New Year's and we had been dry camping in the parking lot for 7 days prior to staying here. This was a nice change of scenery. Spaces are close, but manageable. We had 50amp FHUs, but the water pressure was low. 4 bars Verizon LTE. There is a fenced in dog area with neighboring cows. This is one of the only NON-55+ parks in the area. A little pricey for us, but they do have lower rates for longer stays. - Unknown_Normal
Jul 2016 - $35.00
This is a nice park with lots of shady spots (which was nice due to the temperatures) as well as open air. There is a dog run area that Jacko and Rusty enjoyed a lot. The manager was very helpful in assisting us with the area. Facilities were clean and neighbors were very friendly. - SanAntonTravelers
Apr 2016 - $35.00
Park was very nice. Quiet and friendly. Manager was very helpful with setting up and directions to local attractions. Wife came by to check on us. This park has many permanent people, and a lot of snowbirds who come back yearly. We felt safe and welcome. We will be back! - Jackie29
Mar 2018 - $18.00
This is a fine little campground. It's inexpensive for senior citizens and has some very good campsites. We thought we had found a real bargain until the race track (or whatever it is) next door, started up early one morning. Motorcycles and mud buggies or whatever whooped it up for several hours. The noise doesn't seem to bother my wife as much as it does me, but I think camping should be a little more peaceful than a night at the races. Just me, I guess. It mercifully shut down well before dark.
Bathhouse was adequately clean and quite workable, but far from sparkling. Nice nature trail and springs. I like the one way roads, which mean that everyone doesn't have to pass by your site twice. Small number of sites means there isn't an excess of traffic to begin with. Campsites are of varying quality, but you get to pick the best of what's available, so if you don't like what you see you can move on down the road.
Our site had neighbors an adequate distance away but in plain view, so no privacy, but they moved after first night leaving an empty campsite. Some of the sites are much better than one we had, so rating would depend upon which you get. Several sites would rate 9 or better. Overall, we're glad we stopped in, and will likely do so again.
If they could eliminate the sporadic noise and spruce up just a tad, they could easily charge an additional $10 or more a night, even without discount, with few complaints. - jerry6
Mar 2017 - $24.00
There are three parks in Hillsborough county that offer camping and this one is our favorite. It is perfectly located to everything Tampa has to offer and yet far enough away to feel tucked away from it all. Any full time or seasonal traveler will appreciate their no reservations - first come first serve policy. Arrive on a Sunday or early in the week and you are almost certain to get in. I would recommend calling the office the day before to check to see how many sites may become available. You can only arrive during business hours, though we've seen campers waiting to come in at 8:00 when the gate opens. The sites are all well laid out, all with power and water and a dozen or so with 50 amp. None of the sites have sewer connections, though a dump station is available. Our 36' fifth wheel would fit comfortably in 20 or so of the 45 sites. When you arrive you'll be able to drive through and see the sites available and then stop back in the office and pick the site you like best. When you are there you must experience a float down the Alafia River, which runs through the park. Here's a video we took going down the river. https://youtu.be/_NO4cpi02pw Bring your bikes too. They have a great bike/hike trail in the park as well as connect to the 20+ mile fishhawk preserve multi-path system. Bring your bathing suits too. You just have to take a dip in the clearest Florida spring, which the park is named for. - Two Lanes of Freedom
Mar 2017 - $24.00
Very quiet & relaxing. The staff were incredible! Nice and extremely attentive. The grounds were perfectly clean and the bathrooms were very clean. We stayed the weekend in our pop up camper. There was 30 amp & 20 amp (looked to be new outlets and box) where we stayed and water hookup. Outside of the park only 2 miles away is plenty of stores, shopping and dining - smoothiepimp
Aug 2018 - $20.00
This state park is in the middle of nowhere with the only attibute being that it has a lot of mountain bike trails. This is the only state park that we have stayed at that had no campground hosts on duty. The bathroom was not cleaned the entire week that we were there. The campground itself was really, overall pretty nice, with the exception of the ants, which are every where. I was eaten alive when I was unhooking for moving when we left. Saw a lot of deer, and heard a lot of wild hogs while here. The lake is overgrown with alage and weeds. The entire park needs a lot of cutting and trimming. Probably won't be back to this park. - Newjade
May 2018 - $19.00
I would rate this a 10 but the walk to the dumpsters was a long long trek. We had site 24 and is was a pull thru site. Very nice and roomy.
Clean restrooms and showers. Site surface was asphalt and featured a fire ring and picnic table. Would return here again. - Hoth
Mar 2018 - $22.00
We stayed in campsite # 27. The site was level and hookups were easy to reach. Water pressure was low, but usable. We got over 40 OTA TV stations. Had enough room for our 35' on the pad, but not very wide. - zjxgator
Aug 2010 - $99.00
Park is closed. (Website confirms it.) - kctylers
Feb 2009 - $35.00
A lot of noise from the interstate - all night. Small sites, very cramped. Clean - javpop
Jan 2009 - $35.00
Unlike most people we came here for a stay and didn't leave. The best thing to happen to Tiki Village was the new Management.Just to let everyone know the park isn't going anyplace. Some of the campworkers could be more friendly, but there are enough super friendly workers to make up for them. The park offers something for everyone, even your pets. The new manager Connie, a pet lover, has added a pet park. Now our 4 legged family member have a area where they can run and play. The park offer lots of activities to keep your stay buzzing. What other park can say they have a women cave (better known as the craft shed). I would be very sure to say you would be booking your spot for next year's stay, that is if you leave. Stop by and check Tiki Village out, it is well worth your time. - regene39
Dec 2017 - $23.00
In a word; noisy. Planned to stay 4 nights but left after 3. I-4 traffic 24x7, Old Combee Rd traffic, "loud pipes save lives" from one resident and annoyingly loud music from another resident who drove by. I-4 noise was so bad we didn't open the windows and used the air con instead. Saw a few people sitting outside their coaches. They looked like long termers and are probably used to the road noise. Water pressure claimed to be 90 PSI and we were warned to use a regulator. Water was out park-wide (park mx) when we got to our site, then came back on, then back off, then back on. This was within about the first 2 hrs we were there. Weren't told about the outage at check-in. Sewer pipe was below grade, so I couldn't screw my connection into the pipe. At least it didn't come out when I dumped. No cable for short stays. Long stays can order service from the local cable company. Decent number of OTA channels. Park wi-fi bumped me off 3x in 30 min at the lobby (one of the places recommended to connect). I paid for the park's Tengo and ended up wasting my money on that ridiculously slow and weak service. Tree branches are nicely trimmed away from the road. Interior roads are easy to drive, despite a few residents using part of the road as their driveway. From the registration lot, big rigs have to take a loop around to the right instead of making a too tight left. We were escorted to our site. Good spacing between sites. No dog run so folks walked their dogs on the streets. Looked like everyone was picking up after their dog. Several residents waved as we drove in and out, so it seems to be a friendly place, just way to loud for us. Next time we plan to be in the area, I will research other options. Won't stay here again, even with the PA rate. - TH travelers
Apr 2016 - $26.00
We spent a month here so we observed a lot. Easy in and out. Roads are paved. Excellent office staff. Very nice, newly redone facilities. Most sites are level but grass or dirt (or mud if rains). Most sites are pretty long. Very high percent of sites have live oak trees for shade but in spring were VERY messy. We had a lot of rain and some sites were very muddy. Some sites have patio slabs which would help with mud. Road noise from I-4 ranges from very bad to just annoying depending on how far away you are (and how good your hearing is I suppose). - cwier
May 2015 - $20.00
The front desk employees were super nice, had everything ready for us when we got there. The escort to our site was very helpful. The permanent homes were very well kept. The pool and deck were clean and nice size. Although it is close to a main road it was not noisey. The bathrooms were very clean..do need updates on some of the showers. If in that area again we will stay here. We stayed in a pull through site. - T-Ster
Nov 2016 - $23.00
We stayed at Lazy Dazy to visit my 95 yo Dad who lives a mile away. Very convenient location. Nice staff, site was satisfactory. Since we were only there to sleep, it was just OK. Lots of traffic noise from US98 - sirens all night long. Bathrooms and showers were cleaned once in our week there & were very dirty after a few days. We chose to shower elsewhere. Won't stay again, but it served our purpose for this trip. - Trailer_Traveler
Oct 2010 - $35.00
Very reasonably-priced RV/mobile home park with management on site. Well maintained with more upgrades to come. Paved interior roads with speed bumps. Grassy lots mowed short and sprayed for insert control. Centrally located clean laundry and restrooms; trash dumpster emptied often. Dump station. Keyed mail boxes available. Propane sales tank just added. Mixture of residents: parents with some children/retired persons; short and long stays. Leashed pets allowed. Extremely convenient location in north Lakeland with Sweet Bay grocery store across the street; Publix, CVS, and Walgreens very near, as well as Wal-mart about a block away. Major shopping center and Orange Bowl Lanes just south. Several golf courses nearby. Our first choice for this area. - kctylers
Sep 2009 - $35.00
The campground is well maintained and clean. They cater to older people and have Bingo and music weekly. There are many shops and restaurants close including Wal-Mart and Sweetbay. We have visited the park many times and will stay there again next time we are in the area. - drea1