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19 RV Parks near Fort Pierce South, Florida
We did however find 19 campgrounds within 25 miles of Fort Pierce South. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Fort Pierce South in the left hand column.
Jul 2019 - $55.00
Nice place very clean. Pool restrooms over all very nice We live sorta local, stay there often for get-aways. highly recommend. A lot of things to do locally. Beach 20min away. - Partimers
Jan 2019 - $37.00
Meticulously maintained park filled with friendly people. Concrete pads and most sites have beautiful landscaping. Centrally located with easy travel to the Kennedy Space Center of pet friendly beaches in Juno. We have come to really enjoy this part of Florida. Staff is friendly and helpful. The only complaint is our site (17) was one of the smallest. Most are larger than many Florida parks. We would stay here again, hoping to get a different site. Rate reflects monthly fee. - Wildmans Clan
Dec 2018 - $68.00
We were here from October 1 to January 1. Big mistake. Negatives: At the pool area there are two restrooms. Male workers are using the bathrooms all day long! Not healthy for children who are at the pool, especially little boys. There should be an "employee only" bathroom facility. The 10 MPH speed limit is not respected by golf carts (mostly driven by workers) or by bicycles. At night bicycles do not have lights as required by "rules" and they go flying down the street. At Thanksgiving, dumpsters were overflowing for the entire week. YUCK. Pool AND Hot Tub heaters were out of service from Thanksgiving (Nov. 22) until Dec. 20. That's an entire month! No hot tub, no water aerobics classes, no swimming. UNACCEPTABLE. We had sprinklers spraying our RV the whole time we were there leaving stains on our RV. We made repeated requests to have them fixed...NOTHING DONE. Laundry area is inadequate for the number of RVs in the park. Also, plan ahead for quarters otherwise the office staff will send you to the car wash to get them!! The dog walk area is near the office area and entrance. Don't know why because it isn't close to campsites and there is nothing about it that is friendly to the doggy. It isn't enclosed. By the time the doggy gets there, he has already gone. There are no "doggy dumpsters" anywhere in the park, so after doggy performs, it's find a dumpster. NOT HANDICAPPED FRIENDLY. The entrance to the pool area is a long walk in back of the office. The only Handicapped parking is located far to the left of the building, and the parking area nearest to the pool entrance is "designated office area" parking. Pluses: Someone takes you to your site and helps you back in. Concrete pad. Good water pressure. Trees and grass well trimmed. Well lit campers are friendly. Large Canadian population. Generally quiet at night once you get used to the traffic noises from I-95 and all the big trucks. We'd NEVER return. - Puzo
May 2018 - $22.00
Allow long or short time stays (great for construction or contract workers). Sewage at each site. Camping ring road was rough but it had been raining for some time before we got there (tropical storm while we were there). Great price and convenient location. We bought our camper to be able to visit our grandchildren in the area. Looking forward to spending more time here. - LindaC-FL
Nov 2017 - $24.00
Sites are a bit small with little privacy for each other. Showers are a joke. Fairly clean & modern but no hot water. The women's showers do not drain. - woodsboss
Mar 2016 - $29.00
Very impressed with this county campground. Even though there was a little dust along the road in front of our campsite, it was not a problem. We backed up to a canal and had full hookups and a campfire ring. The layout was fine and we got good signal coverage for our DirecTV. We used the laundry facilities that were adequate. Nothing fancy but did fine. We loved the location and went for a couple of day trips up and down the coast. We would not hesitate to return. - rwarner22
Jul 2018 - $55.00
We stayed in for a couple days passing through. Park was mostly gravel and not much in regards to landscaping. No real amenities other than the Cable TV. Park was OK for a quick stop through. - Ajessuptrek
Jul 2017 - $60.00
Broken water hook up, said they would fix when we left. Had to use my own tools to open and close the valve, fence missing in places around camp ground, gates not closed at night, not that it mattered. We did not feel safe. I would have felt more secure in a Walmart parking lot, well overpriced and you did not have any amenities. A palm tree had fallen very near our site, and should have been removed and was not, I ran over it at Night causing damage t0 my vehicle . Very poorly lighted park. I would not stay here if I were you. - sunfish1
Jan 2017 - $60.00
Don't bother to read the website or the site park that the office staff hands out. The pictures are NOT from this campground. The palm trees and grass between site simply doesn't exist. The circular arrangement for the sites are tight, poorly laid out and the all-rock site and areas around the sites are horrible. There are no amenities to call me back to this campground. No pool, part-time office staff and a campground under construction. The KOA sign is difficult to see and the entrance ca not handle big rigs with S-turn. - NJ-Montana
Feb 2019 - $130.00
• Location, Location, Location - Grand views of the intercoastal highway with sea breezes and beautiful sunsets and sunrises.
• Close to Fort Pierce and Hutchinson Island attractions and activities.
• Front Office and Maintenance staff are very nice and helpful.
• Oversized concrete slaps with large lawn areas
• Free highspeed Wi-Fi
• New, only been open for a year
• Location, Location, Location - The views come with a very high price, upwards of $3,000 a month during the winter season so you better really really love them.
• No amenities, for the price of this park you would expect a pool, recreation center, nicely groomed public areas and lots. At best maintenance is a hit and miss process. Lawns go for weeks unattended and without watering or fertilizing. The red ants are bad so be careful with pets
• Management is terrible unless you like the "Used Car Salesman" approach to customer service and then you will a "Buzz" with delight. Practices the long-lost art of the "Good Old Boys Network".
• Security does not exist; the park has automatic gates at the entrance of the park that works at best 50% of the time and they have no security cameras or staff on duty to oversee the park after 5:00 pm. You leave your rig at your own risk. Multiple thefts have occurred both at the RV park, marina, and storage facility.
• Events and mayhem, the facility bills itself as an Event Venue, which translates into, they will hold about any type of event that can be cooked up. Keep in mind, these events can go until 11:00 pm and are extremely loud have people wandering around with little or no security. You'll have people roaming through your lot, driving through your lot and in general disrespecting your property and you and management of the property do nothing! So be prepared to be on your own.
In summary, this RV Park and Marina are much better suited for short stays verse staying for an entire winter season or long term due to the issues listed above. It has a ton of potential but unfortunately, the current management is more interested in making it the event venue of Fort Pierce and the Treasure Coast instead of the four-star RV Park and Marina it could be. No long-term vision, only short-term monetary gains. - Wondering Consultant
Feb 2019 - $83.00
There are many positives and negatives about this location. As far as location it is great, sits on a marina so beautiful view, large sites and the grounds staff are fabulous. The negatives - they no longer take care of the yards, lots of weeds and ants and not mowed very often. The worst part is that they have frequent events in the empty space on the grounds next to the RV sites so if you want to camp at a fairground this would be your place. They have concerts and boat shows and carnivals and on and on... and when that happens it is loud, lots of people, lots of alcohol and difficult to enter or exit the area. The set up and take down takes days so ruins all the good points by the constant noise. They also do not have a pool or dog area so for the price you pay it is not a good value at all. This place has tons of potential but the focus is not on the RV sites at all. - Shwillia
Aug 2018 - $80.00
This is a fabulous place to stay. A bit pricey but worth it for the view of the water and the boats. The staff is extremely friendly. They occasionally have events here but they are over by 10pm and you get free admittance.
All pads are concrete and there are only 10 pads. Every area has a picnic table. There is a large amount of grass between each unit. It sits on a marina so great views. There is no enclosed pet area but lots of grass area to walk your dogs. It is a large marina that has an area that occasional holds events (fishing tournament, concert, etc) and you get free admittance. They only have the events until 10pm and no one is allowed on the side where the campers are located. The area is very well maintained. This is a new park and I think the focus is mainly on the Mariana so a lot of people bring their boats and are fishing all day. Biggest downside is the little bugs that bite you if there is not a breeze and the crazy humidity. - Shwillia
Feb 2016 - $22.00
This park is conveniently located near Fort Pierce. We stayed here for one month. It is primarily occupied by permanent residents, but there are transient sites available. $150.00 per week. While there are no amenities, each site has its own sewer hookup. The permanent residents are friendly and helpful. We camped in a travel trailer and would definitely stay here again. - sailor323
Apr 2018 - $60.00
Roadrunner RV Resort is a large campground, located a few miles inland in Fort Pierce. My experience has shown that most RV parks are located adjacent to an active railroad, an Interstate, an airport of a combination of all 3. This one is next door to the busy St Lucie County Airport. Take-offs and landing occur frequently and at all hours. The facility is well managed and the grounds well maintained. The staff does their best with check-ins, tho the office gets busy, especially during snowbird season. Speaking of snowbirds; Roadrunner must advertise in Quebec. I'd estimate that, during the winter months, 90% of the park is French speaking Canadian. They literally take over the place and are pretty insular. After mid-April, they flee back north and the campground is quiet and sparsely occupied, mostly with permanent residents. Our site was grass, with a concrete slab patio. A bit tight getting our 37' TT backed in around several trees. The bathrooms are kept clean, but can get messy in a hurry when the park is full. They have a multi-use room, which hosts meetings and events. There is a small diner on site that serves decent meals. A pitch and put golf course and a well stocked general store. Overall a very nice park, with two very distinct personalities, depending on when you stay. - Todd Hancock
Feb 2017 - $35.00
The site that was given to us was just the right size for a 37 foot motorhome; all of the facilities were good and this is very quiet campground.The only area that needs upgrading is their site allocation system; I think their computer dates back to the 80's, so much so, that the staff uses a wall-mounted board for site availability. - chester 2016
Jan 2017 - $32.00
Park has a couple dozen full time residents -one of them who is no longer there , had an issue with us because of their pet. ( note to new campers) -( if you don't have a pet ) be prepared for almost every pet in the park to fertilize your site .. Back to the full time resident who is no longer there-that person -lied to the local law enforcement about us , and the management took their side -good thing we had proof that it was a lie ..Like the area that the park is located in ( proximity to the ocean ) and traffic not bizarre , management and ownership not so much .Owners and management feel that , occupants ( snow birds ). Really don't matter much, they know that if they have an issue , the management will have no problem filling the spot with some other snow bird.. Park has some issues, needs some updates, size of sites are cramped, park is in an economically depressed area - Daveharley
Feb 2019 - $100.00
Pros: This resort is absolutely gorgeous. Each site is very well manicured. The majority of everyone we met were very friendly. The resort itself is very close to shopping and for baseball fans only blocks away from the NY Mets spring training facility. Cons: The resort has an issue with the poisonous Bufo toad. If your pet comes across one of these animals and licks it the toxin the toad admits could kill your pet. A simple trip to the dog park can be deadly ... even if you don't see a toad, your dog drinking out of the water bowl can result in a vet visit. Currently the resort is experiencing a rash of thefts from individuals climbing over the resort wall and breaking into vehicles and taking golf carts for joy rides An issue we encountered was with an owner staying nearby. She came hastily out of her coach when she saw us walking three dogs. One of the dogs was our friend's dog who was also staying at the resort. Never identifying herself, she then aggressively asks if we were renting or were owners, advising us she is on the board of directors. She continued her aggressive behavior asking what site we were on telling us we are only allowed two dogs. The whole encounter could have been a positive one if this individual would have introduced herself, asked us what we thought of the resort and explained the resort rules instead she was just being extremely rude and condescending. The encounter continued when we attended the Embers Beach Music event at the clubhouse that evening and she was MCing the event. As we walked in, she began pointing us out to her friends. She remained petty when she refused to call the table, we were sitting at so we could get up and go get hors d'oeuvres not only punishing us but also punishing everyone else sitting there. I'm amazed she is one of the individuals that represent this community. - Dana Brown
Nov 2018 - $150.00
This place is worth EVERY penny. The property truly is a resort. Manicured grounds, fountains, golf course, gym, activities so much to mention but at great cost. Some sites have tikis, kitchens and others are very private. This place is amazing. Even the garbage is picked up curb side! Close to all interstate, restaurants and shopping. - NPC
Apr 2018 - $55.00
Stayed in site 101. WiFi did not work and owner came out Saturday evening and Sunday morning to fix!!! Site has a Tiki Hut and outdoor kitchen facing the pond. Clean and nice set up. - Roadkraut
Nov 2018 - $46.00
I stayed for 2 weeks in October. The manager is very cranky when any problems are brought to him.This place now seems to have some rundown units; pool now closes at dusk. On October 29 a resident of one of these trailers was found dead, after being in there for approximately 4 or 5 days with the door open all that time. The live on site manager never noticed it til I brought it to his attention, then he got cranky and yelled at me, I will never go back here again. - James Zambik
Feb 2018 - $35.00
The rate is based on monthly with electric. They really pack 'em in close here! Our site was particularly sandwiched close to others. We did have room, though, to park our car in front of our motorhome in the driveway. Most others had to park in the perpendicular. We had some problems with leveling. They have recycling, which is important to us. At night, the entire area is not lit. There is no set place to walk your dog. The pool is solar heated. - Lnskaye
Apr 2017 - $25.00
This park is good for a one night stay over, especially as we used our passport America for $24.50. A very clean park, but sites are very tight, took me a couple turns to back in my 40' 5th wheel. We used the pool, one of the best we've seen. Wifi was also one of the best as well. Would definitely stay here again. - North America in 90 days
Mar 2019 - $45.00
Stayed for a week before we started the trek north. Very clean and well maintained park. Staff was very friendly and helpful. A few permanent residences on site, but mostly spaces for RV's. Beautiful concrete pads - spacious enough for a 31 foot fifth wheel as well as our pickup and space for 2 wide vehicle parking. Only complaint is the proximity to Route 1. Lots of loud traffic (loud cars and motorcycles) "dragging" up the road at all hours. Also close to a very active fire/rescue station. - Bernard Niedzielski
Dec 2018 - $50.00
Small park and some difficulty getting a 45 foot mh around some of the turns Once in great spot and a very very nice park and pond next to the park Great for off lease dogs, although this is not said on the ponds lists Nice grass and very great staff and friendly people - vern bauch
Nov 2018 - $38.00
Well run clean park. Large concrete sites, 50 amp service, water sewer. Pool is very nice and nicely maintained. Friendly staff who we noticed are constantly maintaining the grounds. Definitely will return. - Razz56
Mar 2016 - $21.00
Great people and we have a great site. Very nice area and the park is well managed. Very close to shopping and the beach. - Michael and Shirley Engle
Dec 2012 - $35.00
First, I would not pay too much attention to the "3" rating unless you are hauling a bunch of toys. We have a 40' MH and a toad. We only stayed 4 nights and were placed on a large site that used to house a trailer/Park model; among the other trailers. No RV's in sight... It was fine! Neighbors were friendly and hook-ups worked. The Wi-Fi was too far away but the Verizon data and cell was great. The location is close to Vero Beach and Ft. Pierce. Shopping abounds. They do have an area just for RV's; maybe for the monthly rentals? In any case, no complaints and we would stay here again. - Kokomo
Jul 2012 - $35.00
We have spent 2 years at Tanglewood but will never come back. We were told we could not have our boat or anything else on our lot. It's double standards when the president of the community can have his motorhome on his lot but no one else can have campers, trailers, car dollies, boats, or any thing extra on their lots. There are plenty of other places around the Vero Beach area that welcome campers and their toys. - kgkaroonie