This is an old, mostly mobile home park with one lane roads and paved sites. Most of the mobile homes are decades old with additions on one or both sides. The width of the RV sites varies. Our slides were at the edge of the neighbor's concrete patio. Many RV sites are pull through, but due to the narrow roads, we needed to back in vs. pull in to avoid striking the power pedestal. They have cable and Internet, but both are an added cost. Water pressure at our site was very low requiring us to use the on-board pump for showers. The park is very friendly. Many residents sit outside in the evening and will greet almost everyone as they pass by. One of the brightest parts was the lady in registrations who, upon seeing us drive in, came out with a map of the park and ask us to follow the fellow she was calling to our site because a bad rain storm was moments away; very considerate of her. They did have multiple activities scheduled each day. The drive from I-4 was easy, but when you near the park going up a grade to the one traffic light, stay in the left lane (where all the traffic is stopped). The right lane must go into the shopping center. It is marked but you might not see the sign in time. Likely we would stay here again if we were in the area and just needed a place to stay. Rate was $10 higher than their web site reflected. We were here during a spring break period. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A comfortable place to stay a while, especially if you are going to Disney- it's only 15 minutes away. Short-term guests are interspersed with mostly elderly long-term and permanent residents. This is a very friendly place; virtually everyone you pass smiles and says hi. The office manager Lynn and the rest of the staff are warm and helpful. Fifteen minutes away is Kissimmee, which has every store known to man. This is NOT a place of great natural beauty; it is on the outskirts of the sprawl known as Orlando. But the price is good (great if you stay a month: $445+ electric), the people are friendly, and there are a million things to do in the area, especially if you have the budget to visit the theme parks. Sites are level and most are about 20' x 45' (some a bit bigger) with a 6' x 15' concrete patio. There is Wi-Fi but you need to be right by the office to pick it up. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed here 10 days longer than intended. Very helpful staff. An older park but well looked after. Rate reflects Passport America. Not too far to grocery stores etc. Eight miles from Disney, if you car--we don't. Good terraced pull-throughs for even 35-40 footers even room for toad. Would visit again. No WiFi. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We came to Mouse Mountain as it was just 5 minutes from Disney World. We booked our site four months in advance. However, in those four months, the park changed owners and I think that caused a lot of problems. The site they put us in was way too small for our rig. We barely fit length wise and our slides covered half of our neighbor’s patio. We were going to stay for one month but left after one day. However, it is a nice park. It is an older park with narrow roads and old facilities. I think, given time, the new owners will work out the bugs. They were very nice in refunding our deposit and allowing us to leave. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The staff and other "campers" were friendly and helpful, but this CG is old, run-down, congested and the sites are way too small for the size of RVs today. Luckily the other residents were respectful and quiet, but the roads were too narrow and the sites uncomfortably narrow. It was quite a project to back our rig in and out. There are better CG's right down the road. Keep driving. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Well to start out with, they need to change the name to something else. It's only about 6 to 8 miles from Disney World, and you would think it would have a Mickey Mouse theme to it. Wrong! Don't get me wrong, it was a nice place for older people, which we are. But we carried our grandkid's with us to visit Disney World, and stayed here at the RV park. There was nothing for the kids to do. One of the girls is 14 the other is 7. They didn't even want the 14 year old in the pool without adult supervision. Needless to say, we will not be coming back until we are in our 80's or so. I'm 52 now. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice park off the beaten path but only 5 mi. from Disney. Staff is very helpful and the park is vey well run. Sites for short term campers are all pull thrus. Very clean showers and grounds. We camped here in a camper.