Very convenient for I-95 travelers. If southbound on I-95 take a hard right at end of exit ramp. Close to the interstate but far enough away to reduce noise some. Great owners and nice office. The firm, flat ground allows flexibility in parking and exiting. They advertise a golf driving range but I didn't see that. Great lake with two platforms in the middle to swim to in warmer months. The rate noted ($15) is for Passport America. Some nice restaurants close by.
We camped there on a night with a low of 15 degrees and needed 50 amps and when we called the office they said they had it. On arrival assigned to section C which is where they put transients. This area is supposed to have 50 amps and they have 50 amp plugs but only one leg works so RV only gets 30 amps. When I complained they checked with their electrician and he confirmed what I said. They do have 50 amps along riverfront but these sites are reserved for "owners" and are unavailable for transients. With 40 foot MH it is very tight to maneuver in C section - not big rig friendly. Good 24 hour gated security.
We stayed there on a weekday in early March. When we arrived, without reservations, we found only sites had only 30 amps and no cable TV. Cold night and wanted 50 amps to run block heater. At site we had only 105 volts and microwave wouldn't run. Many trees prevent satellite reception. I think they need to redo their utilities to get better power and cable TV to sites. In meantime you need to make reservations if you plan to stay there.
Were there for almost a month. They have extra large sites. The sites in "The Groves" near highway 46 can be noisy but otherwise the sites are fairly quiet. Seasons in the Sun should actually be listed under Mims. The KOA is right next door and is not near as nice and charges more. The women working in the office are super nice. Nice Rec Hall, billiards room, pools, tennis courts, shuffleboard and now they have Bocci Ball. A fenced in dog play area would be nice.
We had camped at Wekiva Falls Resort before and been disappointed. It is located northwest of Orlando off route 46 west of Sanford. We heard that there were new owners and decided to give it a try. They stopped taking Passport America when the property was sold but the new owner says they plan to start taking PA again. Rates are $29 + tax/night, $175/week. Electricity is included but Wi-Fi and cable TV are extra. It is a very large campground with about 800 sites presently; The new owners have several projects underway. They have evicted more than a hundred old RVs which vastly improved things. They have torn down some decrepit buildings including the rec hall and laundromat. They have converted the old office building to the Mastodon Market but as of January 09 it doesn’t have much range of products. They have installed new modular buildings with bathrooms. The new gatehouse building is in place but not operational (due to permits) so you have to go to Mastodon Market to register. They have a natural spring (sulfurous) and swimming area that used to be surrounded by a concrete rim for patio chairs. They now have converted some of the perimeter to a sand beach. In the center they have added a floating platform with a climbing tower and two enclosed tube slides into the water. The smell from the sulfur can be a problem if you are downwind. A creek flows from the sulfur spring for about 200 feet down to the marina basin and then about1,000 feet to the Wekiva River. The Wekiva River upstream is all natural with turtles, alligators and many varieties of birds. Canoes & kayaks rent for $5/day. They are putting in new 50 amp utility posts with cable TV and presently have about 200 in and use able. The site we were on was about 100 feet deep by about 30 feet. They are upgrading the roads from sand to blacktop. They have replaced a lot of broken up concrete patios with new concrete ones. The marina has been revamped with many new canoes and kayaks available. The snack bar at the marina is open but mainly has only chips and sodas. They have a license to sell beer and wine coolers and plan to start soon. There is no enclosed pavilion at present but they have immediate plans for a 40 x 40 enclosed pavilion for club rallies but they do now have a covered area over several large picnic tables. If we lived in Florida we would consider it for hosting a club rally. They say they have hosted rallies of up to 200 rigs.