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44 RV Parks near Lake Mack-Forest Hills, Florida
We did however find 44 campgrounds within 25 miles of Lake Mack-Forest Hills. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Lake Mack-Forest Hills in the left hand column.
Jul 2019 - $1.00
Decent park for a few days stay. The park was spacious and empty. Heavy grass with open spaces. Maintenance guy was a peach. Resort staff very accommodating. The pool area is immaculate with the best hot tub! State of the art restrooms and showers. Xfinity hotspots. Modern laundry machines. Large mobile home area and locals living in rv's. Pond area looked sketchy with alligators. Rain causes incredible flooding throughout the entire park. Close to Alexander Springs and Ocala National Forest. Traffic is constant in Eustis with many one way streets. Used GPS to navigate around. Be prepared for flooding with rain. I would stay there again for an overnight stop. - beholdaprincess
Feb 2018 - $1.00
Does not have a playground. Park is split in 3 sections. We stayed in the Sun section. This is not a fenced part of the park. We were put right by a very busy road. There is laundry and really nice showers. The laundry is the cheapest I've found yet. Kids loved their rec hall. This is not a park for kids though as there is nothing for them to do. If you can adventure out that is best. There was a farmers market and flea market that we went to right across the street at the fairgrounds. It had a lot of fresh produce but also typical flea market items. Bring cash. Many of the vendors do not take cards. We found this out when we went to buy apples. Our side did no have a pool,it was across the busy road. As there is no fence around the park, I felt unsafe and did not let the kids play outside as I normally would. - TravelinFam
Feb 2018 - $56.00
Very large resort with sites on both sides of the road. Majority were very well kept. Huge sites. We were in a parallel site. Some trees in some parts. We will return here. - RonH999
Aug 2019 - $58.00
This KOA is really a glorified fishing camp/boat dock. We chose to stay here because it's on the river but the sites are not really on the river. We were across the street from some of the boats but not facing the water. The sites are mostly gravel and fairly level. There was frequent noise from vehicles going across the drawbridge on Rt. 44. It took us some time to figure out what the noise was. It sounded like thunder but the sky was clear. Wifi was good and the on-site grill was really appreciated. We had lunch downtown at Bellini's pizza and enjoyed both the downtown area and the pizza. - dickens
Feb 2019 - $63.00
When you arrive there are signs directing you to the Registration area. However, when you hold at the designated spot for registration, your coach will be blocking several parking spaces. We were hounded by some who were blocked and wanted out while we were half way through registration. Once we had registered and got ready to go to our site we found that they have placed a "boat rental shed" which makes it impossible to make the turn without backing up. This requires you to unhook your tow on a sharp turn. Finally, when we got to our site - a premium site #004 we found that we had to work at getting the coach placed between power boxes on both sides so that we could extend our slides and be far enough forward to be level on a 'hilly' site. In summary, unhook before getting to the reservation holding site and don't take site R004. Other than that the R sites overlook the St. Johns River and the park is well maintained. The non-premium sites are located in gated area that I was unable to access. - Rd yacht
Jan 2019 - $24.00
Great marina location on the St. Johns River not far from Blue Spring State Park! Our pull in site R27 was next to the marina basin and VERY narrow, with just enough space to open our awning. Neighbor's hookups were right in front of our door. Site had a picnic table. Other than the occasional airboat at Ed Stone Park's boat ramp and traffic going over the drawbridge right next to the park, it was amazingly quiet at our end. A little noisier with the tiki bar and often partying campers at the other (north) end. The dog park was surprisingly nice, and though we used it often, no one else ever seemed to. Not a great area for dog walking. Park is not that big, and long walks require venturing out either along a VERY BUSY highway, or through a park next door and out Old New York Avenue; very fast traffic, no shoulder, no sidewalks, tons of trash. ONYA is less traveled, but still uncomfortable. The park's restaurant is GREAT and happy hour is 3-6. Good food and awesome views with upstairs tiki bar and outside seating. Camp store sells a few kinds of beer, I was never able to use the laundry room (2w / 2d) it was always crammed. A large handful of OTA channels, great Verizon signal for JetPack. I liked the location, not far to New Smyrna or Daytona...the beaches were only half an hour away. - GeorgiePorgie
Mar 2009 - $25.00
We were in cabin #2. There are 12 tent sites and 6 cabins available to rent. Cabins are primitive with 2 electrical outlets. Tent sites have no electricity and shared water. Most seem very small for today's larger tent sizes. There is no vehicular traffic on the island. A pontoon boat will take you from parking lot to island and then a ranger van will take you and your stuff to your cabin/site. This park is very busy on the weekends, usually completely full. There are several trails to hike/bike. Canoe/kayak rentals are available as well as excellent fishing on the St. Johns River. We found the bathroom to be very dirty and something (maybe a rat) was living in the woman's bathroom. Park was very quiet during the week, and rangers were helpful as well. Since my last visit almost 20 years ago they have added a playground and a visitor's center/museum. But the 80 ft tall observation tower was taken down 6 years ago. We also visited Blue Springs SP, about 12 miles away. It has 72 degree water for swimming and DeLeon Springs SP, with a wonderful pancake breakfast made from homemade flours ground on the premises with their mill as well as natural spring swimming. - FL Camper
Feb 2019 - $33.00
It's a fish camp. Friendly, helping staff. Stocked fishing pond for catching and release, NO LICENSE NEEDED for pond. Sandy and grass. Many Long Termers but friendly. Staff recommend several good restaurants. Hour and a half to Disney from here with no tolls. - PromoPeddler444
Jan 2017 - $32.00
This is a working fish camp, not a RV resort. That being said, it is the cleanest fish camp I have ever been to. The staff was extremely friendly. Rates are fair. The main focus is fishing and boating so if you don't enjoy that this is not a place for you. Very clean, rustic, old Florida charm. - toddlo
Dec 2016 - $35.00
This seems to be mostly a place to live and/or a place to launch a boat. We did get a last minute reservation but I suppose that's due to the fact that it's not a destination?
We got a site next to a rusted out trailer with no wheels and TV blaring all day/night and across from someone who obviously has lived there a long time. At one point the water shut off for a while as a couple of guys shouted back and forth across the grounds to each other about how to fix it.
I think the site listed a restroom/shower facility but we never found it.
The site was just wide enough to fit our tiny trailer and park our vehicle cross ways in front of it. Not room for anything else. No trees or shade at all. - ToddAndMarge
Jun 2019 - $17.00
This is a great state park for water sports. The spring is connected to the Saint Johns River. Opportunities include swimming, tubing, kayaking, canoeing, and fishing. The only hiking trail is exposed to the hot sun and has only a few hundred yards of interesting scenery. My site wasn’t exactly level but it was fairly easy for my Class B Van to be comfortable without leveling blocks. The facilities, otherwise, are first-class. Great Verizon reception and many OTA TV stations are available for periods of rain. There are infrequent trains passing by if noise is an issue (it didn’t bother me). - MGJim
Jan 2019 - $12.00
Another nice Florida state park. It is interesting to see the manatees and other wildlife. The park is very popular and can reach maximum capacity in the day-use area. There can be back-ups at the entrance station but they allow campers with reservations to shortcut the line. The campground itself can be a tight squeeze getting parked into some of the campsites. I had some difficulty getting my 28' TT into the campsite but once I got it around the trees and bushes around the entrance, there was plenty of space for both my TT and tow vehicle. There are lots of trees and vegetation in the campground which provides plenty of privacy between sites. Bathrooms were very clean. The campground volunteers were really doing a great job. All in all a very nice visit. It is just a little bit on the crowded side. - Lance 47
Dec 2018 - $14.00
Paved roads and path for easy access to the Spring. Sites are generally small and not level sand and grass. Some visual privacy from the vegetation between sites. Bath houses are excellent with lots of hot water and good pressure with a bench and plenty of hooks to hang your clothes. A county paved trail system which runs for miles is adjacent to the park and is planned to become part of a county wide system in the near future. The Spring was closed to swimming when we visited as it was full of manatees and the park was full of visitors making use of the boardwalk and sidewalk that parallels the Spring and Run that connects to the St. John's River. - Appleknocker
Mar 2012 - $18.00
At the Southeastern edge of the Ocala National Forest, just outside the community of Paisley, Florida this is a well run campground. The camp host is friendly and informative. Delivery of firewood bundles to your site upon purchase, and ice is available for sale at the gatehouse. The hot showers are clean occasionally has some sand from people coming from the beach at the lake and can't rinse the floor after themselves. Very nice dish washing sink and counter between bathrooms. Water throughout the park between most sites. A few sites have water/electric. for RV'ers. The sites are spacious and shady with a large high canopy of oaks and pines. We even had an orange tree on our site with fruit. Roads are paved as are driveways to site to parking bumper. We came in on motorcycles, 2 tents 3 adults and 1 child and had a nice weekend. Quite a few other motorcycles here also tent camping. Easy ride to Daytona for end of bike week or ride through the forest rural roads. One family group adjacent was rather loud and obnoxious the first night, however 2nd night was on close watch to keep it down which they did. Voices carry easily in the quiet of the night through the trees. Beautiful park, everyone was pretty friendly and lots of families with kids. Nice beach and lake, not huge but nice. I would recommend keeping to the high side of the park as you get closer to the lake there is a definite down hill and if one of our Florida thundershowers comes through, could see how those would be in the path of the runoff. We were on site #5. We'll definitely go here again. - Full-timers
Feb 2012 - $15.00
As Florida residents living in overpopulated South Florida, we love to get out of town and get back to nature. Clearwater Lake is by far our favorite place to go. Every site is shaded and private. The campground in quiet and the camp hosts are nice. There is a lovely 1/2 mile walk around the lake. It is also close to other great local natural attractions. - JamieCamper
Feb 2006 - $15.00
This is a NFS campground with no hook-ups but it does have flush toilets and some open air showers. We were told that some of the showers have hot water but we did not try them. The sites were plenty deep enough for our 30 ft class A and very roomy overall although the paved parking pad is fairly narrow (Trailer Life called the sites 8 x 55 and that's pretty close if you just consider the paved part). Most of the sites are somewhat sloped front to back (or back to front). A few are pretty close to the water with nice views but you can't necessarily get to the water from the site. Staff friendly and organized at check-in, they do a great job of keeping the park and the sites raked and tidy. We stayed over President's Day weekend and the campground was full but did not feel too cramped. Many, many, many families with children enjoyed the small but nice lake and beach area. Nice campground, easy to get to from Hwy 42 with decent roads throughout. Only real negative is that the dump station was very awkward to get to if you happen to be camping in the loop closest to the day use area (sites 1-23); many fresh water spigots were available throughout the campground. - mahaffee
Sites: 131 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 18 Reviews
Nov 2017 - $50.00
The campground recently changed owners and is now called the Luna Sands Resort. The campground is now owned by Travel Resorts of America. Campgrounds are increasingly changing their names to "resorts" in hopes of attracting a more upscale and higher paying clientele. Luna Sands is a great example of this trend. The campground appears to have been a KOA at one time (the KOA logo is still on the bottom of the pool), then became the Clark Family Campground, and is now Luna Sands Resort. There is nothing resort-like about this campground. We've stayed in RV resorts that are more closely aligned with the resort description...paved roads, paved or hard-packed gravel sites that are level, well-maintained buildings and grounds, evidence of recent and continuous improvements and infrastructure investments. Luna Sands is none of these. It's an old campground that hasn't seen much investment in the infrastructure or grounds in quite some time. There are fallen trees from Hurricane Irma that have not been cleaned up. There are derelict trailers and motor homes sitting on sites in the seasonal/permanent tenant areas. The bottom of the pool is dirty, showing footprints where people have previously walked. The roads and sites are mostly sand, not gravel. The concrete patios are old and crumbling. The roads are narrow with trees very close to the shoulders. There is quite a bit of road noise and aircraft noise that is noticeable during the day...things quieted down at night. The campground is very dark at night, requiring a lot of concentration when driving on the roads after dark. $50/night for a FHU site is pricey considering the state of the place...$25-30 would be a more reasonable price. The nearby state parks offer more value for the price if you can get a site (they were full when we booked our reservation). - Flamingo_Road_Trip
Jun 2015 - $31.00
Very nice people. Needed a place to stay before I went to Disney, and I called after hours. The owner told me to come on and told me where to park. I have a 31 footer with jeep being flat towed. Site would have been level except I didn't want to unhook. Clean restrooms and owners even woke up early so that we could get an early start. - Tomwillis
Sep 2014 - $35.00
Quiet, family owned park with plenty of shade. Interior roads are narrow with tight turns and low hanging tree limbs. The park is a maze of roadways with some roads as sites and some sites as roads. Be sure to get an escort to your site. Hosts are friendly and accommodating . Utilities are in good working order but are in inconvenient locations. They have a restaurant on location for daily breakfasts that was decent. The pool was nice but needs to be cleaned. Bathrooms were old but clean. The park is not big rig friendly or multiple slide friendly. The park has a lot of potential. We would come here again. - Mamaluca
Jun 2017 - $48.00
This is a great little campground along the beautiful shores of the St Johns River. The site was spacious enough for us, level, and free of an obstacles, power was clean and water was good. The park just recently renovated their bath houses and bathrooms, and they are in excellent shape! There is a very good restaurant/bar on site, great food and atmosphere. This campground does have full time residents, but they're located in the back of the park and all the we encountered were very nice. We will be coming back to this campground in the future! - Clgordon
Feb 2017 - $35.00
This is right on the St. Johns River. Sites are really tight. Restrooms and showers were clean. Site surface was asphalt. - toddlo
Nov 2016 - $40.00
We stayed here over the Thanksgiving holiday while visiting family in Winter Park. The park consists mainly of full-timers, with sites for transients on the front row just off the main road. It was difficult to maneuver our 30 foot motor coach through the park to get to our site. The roads are narrow and cars are parked any which way at the sites. Sites were sand, but we did have a nice concrete patio.We would probably stay here again. - melissab7
Mar 2015 - $10.00
We stayed at Astor Landing for the month of March. The campsite is well off the main highway and is very quiet. The catch and release pond in the center made it very pleasant. This was our first time camping in Florida so we had no idea what to expect. We encountered no ticks and no bears. Sitting on the dock each night we saw lots of alligators but none close enough to be a danger. The staff was friendly and accommodating. It would be our recommendation if you want to fish to bring a boat. We had no luck fishing from the dock. St John's River is incredible and with a boat would definitely be fun to explore. We found many things to do in the Astor area and will consider going there again. - Love the Dock
Jul 2013 - $28.00
We stayed here for a week and enjoyed the adventure. Two black bears tour the park this time of the year. The folks who are staying here for a long time stick together and persuaded the bears to move on. We enjoyed watching the ducks in the pond, which is full of fish. We have a geocaching hobby. This park was just what we needed to get into the Ocala National Park and other geocaching runs in the area. Good water pressure and friendly folks. - Jim M.
Feb 2009 - $28.00
This is a small, quiet park. The people we saw, including those running the park were very friendly. It is not an active park - it seems that many of the people are there for long periods of time and you don't see them very often. There is only one restroom and it can be quite a walk depending on where your site is. The woman's bathroom was cute and clean, but only one shower and two toilets. There was never a line and we were camping on Daytona 500 weekend, so that was a plus. It was an easy trip to the race and I would recommend it to someone who was just looking for an inexpensive, quiet place to stay. If you are looking for the party crowd, this is not the place! - JEG