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7 RV Parks near Lamont, Florida
Oct 2015 - $27.00
Old campground with some full hookups. The sites are very, very tight. No manager on site, pay at lock box. Rate was $30; took the 10% Good Sam discount. Road to RV Park is dirt and very very dusty; our RV, bikes and toad will have to be washed after staying here. Will not return next time through area. - Teacher's Pet
Jul 2015 - $27.00
Park is very quiet even tho it is next to I-10. There was only the host and a few other campers when we camped there. The sites are open and spacious with grass & sand at each and a picnic table. The amperage & water was good. There is a lot of open space to walk. The pool is clean and well kept (had a great swim while there). The restrooms and showers clean and well kept. There is also a clubhouse with couch, chairs & TV. We would definitely come here again. - Kerch Family
Jun 2015 - $32.00
An OK old park. Clubhouse, WiFi, pool. Mostly pull through sites, shaded and level sand/grass sites. No one from owner's staff was present and payment is by honor system. - rebane
May 2019 - $31.00
Very basic self-service campground. Gravel lots. Very unlevel. Never could get my Class A level. Even the rear wheels were off the ground. Very close to I-10 and can hear the traffic. This is second time we have stayed here and this spot was worse than the last. OK for one night, but don't expect a level site for a Class A. A smaller unit might not have the problems with leveling. Nothing around. Water pressure is good, septic works and electric (50 amp) was good. Price was reasonable for what you get. - Mitch Helms
Mar 2019 - $30.00
Small basic park. Our site was not level, but OK for 1 night. Close to I-10 but not very noisy. Great WiFi... OTA TV was OK. - Mainiac
Mar 2019 - $32.00
This is a self service RV park located right off of I-10 in Lamont FL. It's no frills, but perfect for a night while traveling. Large sites, full hook ups, plenty of room to walk your pets. We have stayed here 2 years in a row. Not much in the way of restaurants, but there is a Hardees and a McDonald's. Also, have a couple of fuel stations near by. Oh and great TV reception with just our antenna. - Mhkh1522
Apr 2009 - $14.00
Lovely sites near pond with lots of vegetation around. Site was good size, private, backed up to pond. RV park is next to a state park with boat launch; nice place to look at the river. Stayed 1 night. Remote area, no cell phone service. Rate was with Passport America. - frankandbb
Mar 2008 - $14.00
Passport America price. We were here three nights. No gators, but plenty of biting sand flies. Checked the rest rooms and showers, and they are in need of some major cleaning. Glad we have our own working toilet and shower. Skinny paved roads in and out of park. Easy in for a HDT and 35 ft trailer, but a little tight on the way out. - Tallboy
Oct 2007 - $13.00
If you're looking to get away from it all this is the place, no cell phone signal, no wifi, just nature. Very big level full hook-up sites and because of the landscaping they are very private. There are two ponds, one with five little gators that we saw and the other with 3 little gators (under four-foot). There are a lot of fisherman in this park since the boat ramp is less then a 100-yards away. Take whatever supplies you're going to need since it's about a 20-mile drive (one way) to the nearest grocery. The restrooms were old but clean and the staff was very friendly. - wandering palms
May 2019 - $43.00
A bit of a backtrack off 10 to get to the park.
Good place for an overnighter but that would be about all.
Sites are dirt and grass so I imagine it would be a mess during a rainstorm.
Lots of full timers with a lot of dilapidated old trailers.
Lots of loose cats which drove my dogs crazy!! Also, as you can imagine the whole campground was their litter box.
They did serve a free continental breakfast which was a nice touch.
Good value compared to some of the other parks in the area. - Fran_Dawn
May 2019 - $41.00
Good Sam does it again; this campground over-rated at 8/8.5/8. Unfortunately, the campground is deficient in many areas - dirt roads in poor condition, rutted grass site which had not been mowed in some time, unappealing appearance, and overpriced. Did not originally include GS discount; had to be credited later Only saving grace was inclusion of complimentary continental breakfast. We would not stay here again. - jim swickard
Apr 2019 - $40.00
Like others have said, this is an older park that needs some upgrades. The new managers have only been in charge since the beginning of 2019, so they deserve the time to start getting things right. They were very helpful and I was pleased to stay at this park given the other options in the area are not very good. - DD Jones
Aug 2018 - $21.00
This little county park was nice and quiet. There isn't a lot of privacy between sites, but there's a pretty good amount of spacing and lots of shade trees. The camp host helped us manoeuvre the interior road because it was a pretty tight turn for a big rig (she ended up having us drive through some empty campsites). There was plenty of room at our site for our 38' fifth wheel, truck, and minivan. There is a bathhouse, but we didn't use it so I'm not sure what it was like. There's a boat ramp that you can fish from, and my kids enjoyed riding their bikes around the interior road (the park is small enough that we could see all of it from our site). We also enjoyed having a campfire in our fire ring. There's no wifi except maybe near the camp host, and not much in the way of cell service. No laundry in the park, but a little laundromat is about 5-10 minutes away. - All Over The Map
Mar 2018 - $22.00
I like this place, mostly because it's a great value. You get a well maintained, quiet, friendly camp ground for $22 nightly for electric and water. The operator even called a few campers to confirm their visits as a way to squeeze me in when I wasn't able to give more than a few weeks notice. There's no privacy b/w sites, but at least there's a number of mature trees. There's some highway noise. The bathroom is dated but recently painted. The showers are disappointing, with a floor that tilts to the outside part that is where you're supposed to dry off and change into dry clothing. There was nothing to block the shower water from spraying onto your towel and dry clothes in that changing area, so you have to use your body for that. But, for $22 and friendly staff, I'll take it. - John_K
May 2017 - $22.00
This was home away from home for 6 months while I was purchasing and renovating a house in the Tallahassee area. It is a county park and is not fancy. Sites are gravel mixed with dirt. Main road is paved. However, it is close to St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge, the St. Marks River, Wakulla State Forest, lots of hunting areas, Wakulla Springs State Park, many canoe streams, the St. Marks Bike Trail, and is only 30 minutes from Tallahassee. There are some full hookups and some water and electric and some primitive sites. There is wide variation in site spacing. There is a dump station. There is a camp host on site. Some sites are level; some are not. Big rigs can fit in several of the sites but have to maneuver around pine trees to get into the spot. Seen some huge ones fit in just fine. Favorite spot is number 23 -- a pull-thru water and electric site -- that looks over the campground. Some spots flood -- if rain is in the forecast talk to the camp host about sites where you won't get flooded out particularly if you are tent camping. Has weekly and monthly rates. Don't like folk for over 3 months -- I got special consideration because they knew I wasn't trying to become permanent. Can get crowded on weekends. I wouldn't want to arrive in the dark but lots of people do. There is a bath house but you share it with all the travelers (and there are lots of them -- the former camp host figured he got 200 people a day) on Highway 98 because it is a long time -- as in decades old -- rest stop on the Highway. It can get trashed. There is lots of police presence because the sheriffs and the highway patrolmen drive through and use the bathrooms! There is a small boat ramp on the St. Marks River. Great for canoeing and kayaking. Bigger boats need to carefully watch the tide chart. There is a fish cleaning and a deer dressing area (not sure if that is the correct name). Favorite place for birding and canoeing groups. I liked it a lot. - SoloRed
Apr 2019 - $50.00
This was the first stop for us on a cross country journey. Access was convenient. We have a 43 foot RV and our friends have a 43 foot RV plus tow car. We had side by side pull through spots that were very nice, clean, level etc. Our friends were able to keep tow car connected. One of us had a problem with satellite reception due to trees but it probably could have been remedy by pulling forward more. We would definitely stay here again. - ValPal
Feb 2019 - $45.00
This is a fairly small park, but clean and very well maintained. The office staff was very friendly. The sites are a little close, but we did not have trouble getting into our pull-through, even with our toad. There is a small grass pet area with poop bags provided. Only 2 bathroom/shower rooms, but they are roomy, private, and have a wall heater on a timer - nice. We would definitely stay here again. - Capt.Deb
Dec 2018 - $45.00
We stopped here on our way to and from New Orleans. This was the closest RV park to I-10 in the Tallahassee area. This park is convenient. The sites are very close together and it is a tight maneuver depending on which site you are assigned. The sites are gravel and fairly level. Water and sewer hookups were fine, but the electric connection is very close to the ground. There is a small designated dog area conveniently located in the middle of the park. On our way to New Orleans there was a terrible thunder storm and the electric went out. To our surprise, it was quickly restored within 2 hours. Immediately after the storm, there was enough water which ran over the tops of my feet while dog walking. The office staff was very friendly. As usual in many parks, the WiFi was sketchy but did work from sites 40 and 9. If you want to stay here, be sure to make a reservation. Due to the closeness to I-10 they fill up quickly. We are going to see what other parks are close to Tallahassee before traveling this way again. - j&b
May 2019 - $33.00
Very nice campground. Extremely clean restrooms. Gravel roads with very well maintained grass sites. Good drainage. Both shaded and non-shaded sites. Some well maintained extended stay sites. Nice store w/fuel at park entrance. - GMon and GDad
Apr 2019 - $30.00
We spent one night at Rocky's and we were impressed with an easy pull-thru site and spotless facilities. We were pulling a toad and it was easy to get gasoline and there were several separate pumps for diesel. We didn't have to unhitch the toad which was a great benefit for an overnight stop. The park is grass covered with large trees that give a nice amount of shade. Our rig is a Class C, but there is plenty of room for large Class A rigs. We would definitely stop here again. Good price on gasoline. - Cool Change
Jul 2018 - $26.00
Because of its location along remote Hwy 98 in northern Florida this campground is in a perfect location. There is plenty of room in the grass pull-through sites for big rigs and full hookups. Most of the perimeter sites are semi-permanent residents (this is a popular fishing and hunting area) but the sites are kept clean and neat. Lots of room to roam with your dog for exercise. The restroom/shower rooms are absolutely the cleanest we have come across. Their convenience store is fitted with a deli/fryer/pizza oven and they open at 4:30 AM and will cook breakfast sandwiches to order. The sites are all grass and we thought there may be a problem with rain and being spongy, but not so! Very firm substrate to support our rig. - SteveDahl