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18 RV Parks near Lakeport, Florida
Dec 2017 - $25.00
Very clean and friendly park. This is mainly a mobile home/permanent rv park. No pull thru's. All sites are concrete and flat but a little tight. No picnic tables. Lots of amenities. Big pond w/fountain, catch and release but the majority of owners here are fisherman out on Lake Okeechobee. Biggest drawback here is remoteness----23 miles to nearest major groceries and restaurants. Stayed in 45' MH for 2 months. - Jimbo1973
Nov 2016 - $38.00
Very nice park. Mostly seasonal & park models. The lots are well spaced and easy to back in. Services were easy to access.
Beautiful, well kept grounds. Very nice pool area. Everyone was very friendly.
Only downside was our site backed onto Hwy 27 which is very busy & noisy with sugar cane truck traffic.
Would stay again but request a site away from the road. - Our-Wandering-Casa
Jan 2016 - $42.00
We spent the month of January 2016 in North Lakes Estates in our travel trailer. It is located in the countryside at Lakeport on Lake Okeechobee, but you never see the lake because it is surrounded by levies all the way around. The park is not really set up for travelers and have only a few spots that are not occupied by park models with an abundance of add-ons like enclosed patios, Florida rooms, sheds and carports. The spot we had was hard to back into, and had our trailer been just a little longer, we would never have fit in there. We had both power and water outages during our stay, and the WiFi and internet only works occasionally. Roads are narrow but paved, and all sites have at least a level concrete pad - some are totally covered in concrete. It seems like everybody has at least one golf cart, and there are many boats parked at the units. There are activities in the club house, but apart from that, there is nothing to do here if you are not a fisherman. - Jensvilhelm
Apr 2009 - $18.00
We kind of enjoyed this park for 2 nights. Inspite of the fact that it is out in the middle of nowhere, rundown and needs upgrading, we had a nice view of the estuary and enjoyed slamming the fish-cleaning house door to attract the large alligators to the dock. Also, a great wetlands bird-watching place. Some of the seasonal people were still there who were very friendly and told us that the park is almost full during season. They have a great clubhouse where they had an ice cream social and a resident bluegrass jam session. We would return for a few nights again if we are ever in the area. - Desertqueensb
Apr 2009 - $15.00
Park appears to be For Sale, Very rundown, low voltage power. Laundry all but defunct. Would not step foot in restrooms, let alone use them. No windbreaks makes a very windy park. Could barely see bottom of 4 ft swimming pool. Many, old, rundown RV's in this park. Only hard stand sites are in the parking lot, the rest is sand and gravel. There is no security gate so anyone can drive in. Water pressure is good. Club house but no activities that we could see. Fish cleaning house and boat docks. Park is very isolated with nothing around for several miles. We would not stay here again. It was a reduced rate park through RPI. - retditto
Apr 2018 - $15.00
This was out third - and last - season at this place. We did, in the past, enjoy this park and made many good friends (see my earlier review). Unfortunately the new manager there lacks the skills to maintain a welcoming and friendly environment. We were exposed to threats and intimidation and often felt like being in a school camp rather than a senior resort. We have decided to take our money to another resort. - dswiss
Mar 2018 - $44.00
Park has good power and water. Concrete pads but most are breaking up. Pretty quite. narrow roads and tight getting out if someone is parked in front of there place. They do move so makes it ok. Little high for just an overnight. - neilontheroad
Feb 2018 - $15.00
Stayed there for 3 months in 2014, 2016 and 2018. Have reservations for 2019 for 3 months. They have a lot of activities every day and night. People are very friendly and management provides the rules and she enforces them with everyone. They maintain the grounds and buildings very well. Pool is heated and well taken care of. The rec hall is in use everyday and night with activities and special events. I have recommended it to several friends and have friends coming down this year for a couple months. We call this our WINTER HAPPY PLACE !! - Bill Eckhart
Mar 2019 - $45.00
This is the tale of two expectations. If you are looking for a cheap place to spend the winter in Florida and play golf, you will like this (not a) resort.
If you don’t fit this profile, you will be sorely disappointed. The transient sites are sand pits (as previously described by recent reviews), the office doesn’t open until 10am and is closed on Sundays. If you have a dog, there is NOWHERE to dispose of waste other than one small can in the one “dog run” which isn’t necessarily convenient to your walk. The “enclosed dog park” is a small dirt pile hidden in the utility area. Even the office personnel didn’t recommend using it.
Lastly, their website embellishes the reality that you are a short term visitor, so set your expectations appropriately. This place is literally in the middle of nowhere, so come prepared. There is a Walmart about 25 minutes away. - McGarrert50
Mar 2019 - $44.00
We stayed here four nights as part of a rally group. The "8.2" rating posted for this place is way off and way too high. The sites were dirt piles that were not raked level and did not even have picnic tables. Sewer was right next to the power box. Not a great location. The pool was green and the office staff was not helpful or even available. There weren't any signs to guide us to our particular site and we had to enlist the help of a winter snowbird resident that also had difficulty finding our site. Dumpsters close by were non- existent and the advertised restaurant was not open for dinner. This place is not close to town or anywhere else. Nothing to do close by. At least a 20-25 minute drive to even get groceries. We would not stay here again. - Bruce and Linda R
Mar 2019 - $50.00
A couple of warnings if you are a big rig: 1) The county road to the park has low hanging tree branches that are hard to avoid (and apparently the county will not trim); and 2), they created several sites by using sand fill they tried to pack and through some grass seed on. Our site didn't look to be an issue, but sure enough, we sunk (we are 25 tons). Had to put jacks down, grab a shovel, get some boards, and pull out carefully. The dude helping said I was the 5th person to recently bury their rig, with one guy needing a tow truck to be extracted. Not all sites are this way (we moved to a different one that was fine). So just ensure you let them know you do not want a soft sand site if you are heavy. One other thing, don't have high expectations for the nine hole golf course. It is an OK layout, but fairways are a little rough. Priced right (cheap) for what it is. Not much to do in the area, so doubt we will return. - Selectively Unemployed
Jul 2016 - $15.00
As a writer this was the perfect campground for me to sit outside on the picnic table and enjoy the warm weather of Florida. The owner is the best and she truly caters to the needs of everyone on the grounds. Completely spotless restrooms, enclosed laundry room, great Wi-Fi and lots of open space for your pets. I stayed 6 weeks in my pop-up camper. For me the Dollar General Store 11 miles away was good enough for all my weekly needs and those of Puggie my dog! - Nypoet
Mar 2015 - $15.00
The park is very open with spacious sites, all back-in. Mostly seasonal snowbird residents, but all very friendly. There is not much to do in the area except fishing but this is the perfect place to relax and unwind. The only downside is lack of a pool. Good Wi-Fi, but no AT&T service, others might have better reception. - Oldbillm
Feb 2015 - $15.00
Nice park, mostly permanent sites. Stayed for five nights, owners were very nice and they took Passport America during the winter!! Not much nearby, but we enjoyed the peace and quiet. Very friendly campers here. - Landyachty
Sites: 115 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 18 Reviews
Dec 2015 - $35.00
The Clewiston / Lake Okechobee RV park is small and lacks amenities. I have since stayed at another wonderful park nearby. The park borders a cow field and is near loud train tracks and the highway. I found the website allures the park to be something it is not. The park claims to have free WiFi which in the first part of my stay did not work at all. After I was told it was repaired, I still wasn't able to even check my email let alone stream a movie. The spots are unpaved and maintained horribly. The restrooms showers are filthy. Aside from the close proximity to the town I was disappointed in my stay at the park. It is well worth the short drive to stay in the many other wonderful parks nearby. - ExperiencedCamper1
Mar 2014 - $34.00
We stayed in this park for 5 months and loved every minute of it. It is in a rural setting and the spaces are generous and grassy with lots of trees. They have propane on site which is so handy. There are plenty of activities if you are interested in that kind of thing. It is only a few miles to town which makes it very convenient. We will be sure to stay there if we're ever in South Florida again. - WOMING RAMBLERS
Nov 2013 - $35.00
This campground is a few miles outside of Clewiston. It is surrounded by pastures with plenty of cows and the campground is quiet and peaceful. The staff was friendly and very helpful. My site was near the edge of the campground and the Wi-Fi reception was not very good from my site. It was much better closer to the office. Laundry facilities were clean. Nice relaxing place to stay. - User3319
Feb 2018 - $35.00
The park residents are friendly with several activities during the winter for residents to enjoy. A good rec hall and swimming pool is available. The remote location is quiet with no highway or other noise. The facilities look to be well maintained. A good set of camp rules keep things orderly. The only reason I did not give 5 stars is that maneuvering the turns on the streets was difficult and many sites are tight to back into. We were reserved for site 115 but it was just too tight to back into due to vehicles parked at streetside. - Steve77
Nov 2017 - $35.00
Great park. ..nice owners, nice people, activities, good fishing on Caloosahatchee river near Ortona locks.We have been here for 3 months..love it. They even have karaoke and some great singers - Mamanott
Mar 2019 - $50.00
This is a privately owned campground that is very old and outdated. The sites are small and tight. The roads within the park are not wide enough for most large trailers and motor homes. Most sites only have 30-amp service. There is no wifi or cable. There are numerous problems with the pool: not filled completely, tiles cracking and chipping, dirty due to the filters not being changed. There are activities but are geared completely to the French Canadians. There are plenty of palm trees with few (less than 5 other trees). One large beautiful healthy oak tree was taken down while we were are the park due to it dropping a few leaves on the tennis courts. A huge issue is the garbage dumpsters. It is always overflowing and smelly! They do not have enough trash containers for the number of people in the park. There are also lots of fish heads and etc put into the dumpster not wrapped. There are rules on the campground map but are only enforced for those campers that the manager does not like. The rest of the campers can do whatever they like including parking more than 2 vehicles, a boat, a trailer and a truck on their site, dump fish parts in the dumpster, jump into the pool with sun oil on, speed on the roads, go the wrong way on one way roads and not clean up after their dog. Over the half of the park are permanent trailers so the park is more like a mobile home park than a RV park. The only positive about the park was the wonderful Florida weather this winter. I would not recommend this park to anyone. - shook17
Nov 2012 - $39.00
Nights Stayed – 3 Park Overall – The Park is a typical South FL RV Park, with very small sites. There is a lake in the park with many sites on the lake. There are no trees to speak of in the park. The park has well maintained paved roads. All sites are grass; most have cement patios. Overall the park is in need of upgrades which is taking place. The park residents were mainly there for the winter season. RV Type Used - 5th Wheel 28 Ft, one slide. My Site (143) – The site is small, narrow and long, with ample space to back in with little difficult. The site is level and on the lake. Bath house is nearby. What We Did – Bass Fishing – Restroom –Very clean, hand soap and hand drier provided. Bath – Very clean, but heat was not required in Nov. Cell Service - Verizon worked, 3+ bars - 3G at lease Internet Access – NA – We connected via Verizon Hotspot on our phone. Satellite TV – Reception no problem on any site. Basic Shopping – There is Wal-Mart, 6 miles from the park. Dining – Tiki Grill on the canal has great food, a wonderful water front view and the food and atmosphere is the best. Most Bass Tournaments weigh in at the Tiki Marina which is open to the public. Would I Return – Yes, best in the area from what I saw. - johnrobertpowers
Jan 2009 - $35.00
We spent 3 months here last winter. We are not going back this year. The campground itself was very nice. The people who worked there also very nice. The best thing about this place is that it's located on the very edge of town with a paved sidewalk into town. It takes about 15 minutes to bike to the grocery store and hardware. The town is a good location for visiting both the Ft. Myers area on the Gulf of Mexico and Miami on the Atlantic. The town has a small movie theater that was very nice. The town has no movie rental store. The very worst thing about this park is the near by sugar plant. The smell is truly awful. We would leave town when there was a Southwest wind. That is why we will not return. Another thing about this park is that 90% of the campers are from French Canada, so most of the activities are in French. Everyone was super nice to us but we still felt a little left out. - mouldsfn
Apr 2019 - $15.00
Interagency 50% discount rate for one night. Site was a large, level, paved back-in site with on-site water and 50 amp service. A dump station is available in the park. We had good satellite reception and good Verizon cell and data reception. Located on the Caloosahatchee River, this is a very relaxing and quiet location. Encountered many love bugs on today's trip; fortunately the park allowed us to wash them off. This is our fourth visit and we would stay here again. Ignore GPS directions to Goodno Road (not a road); turn on Dalton Lane. - Dave51
Dec 2018 - $15.00
Big beautiful sites with level concrete pads and covered picnic table. We had a site on the river and at the very end so there was lots of privacy. However, there was construction going on just behind us, lots of earth-moving equipment starting work pretty early in the morning. I tried using the laundry but I wouldn't recommend as the water smelled really bad and I had to rewash everything elsewhere as I could not get the smell out. - CnCOntheGo
Nov 2018 - $15.00
This is a very neat, organized and well maintained COE campground. Interior roads are wide and paved. Each site is paved up to a level concrete pad for your camper. There is a large gravel area with a covered picnic table and fire ring. Ample room between sites and plenty of room for slide outs and awnings. There are some trees and bushes between some of the sites but most are not shaded. Our site had some shade on one side. Utilities well placed and no problems were encountered even though the park was full most of the time and everyone was using their A/C. Restrooms and showers were kept clean. Since this campground is in a remote area there are not many activities other than fishing, relaxing and watching boats pass thru the locks unless you drive about an hour or so. We would camp here again if we were in the area. - 21fbrs
Mar 2018 - $50.00
Park starting to clear out this time of year. But still charging in SEASON prices. Nice sized site and all grounds well kept. Staff all very pleasant. Drive to the casino and no shuttle. Pool looked fine, but the weather was cool and did not use it. Clear view for satellite. If you need it, its best to bring it with you. Some food available at the store or its off to the casino. Would stay again but not at in season prices. - Libby
Feb 2016 - $35.00
Lovely park. Recently renovated top to bottom. Has fuel, 'trading post' and Subway on site. Other than the campground amenities (pool, shuffleboard, day spa) the only entertainment around is the casino, 3 miles north. Okeechobee is +\- 30 miles. - Jules Simon
Jan 2016 - $22.00
This is a relatively new park run by the Seminole Indian Tribe. Park seems to be almost brand new. Each concrete pad had full service 30/50 amp, water, with good pressure, and sewer. WIFI only at the club house and no cable. Over the air channels were good, we did get about 20.
Located about three miles from the Seminole Tribe Casino. Nearest town was Okeechobee, Florida about 30 miles. - Dixster