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48 RV Parks near Pierson, Florida
Oct 2019 - $55.00
Arrived at this location, had a reservation for 14 nights. Upon arrival, assigned an overflow site, although the park was nearly empty. We walked to the site and returned and told them no way. Simply a grass field, no table, nothing! We were speaking with the woman at the front desk. Then told we could have another site. Although this site was only 30 amp and no sewer. But, they come twice a week with a Honey Wagon and empty for Free. Being free was made out to be a big deal. So we went to that site, we have a 45 foot motorhome towing a 20 foot enclosed trailer. Arrived to site only to discover that the site was flooded. Returned to the office and asked to speak with the manager who came out to speak with us. Told him that if I pull into that site I would get stuck. Asked if you would pay to pull me out - of course NO!. Told him this site will not work. I expect a site that is 50 amp as I paid for and one that is not flooded. Will never return. Plan to make a complaint with ELS about this manager as well. Extremely rude to us. Again, the park was nearly empty and this is what we got. - KOA Moab Utah review
Jan 2019 - $114.00
I've read many of the other reviews on this park. This park is not enjoyable. The whole park is crowded and RV's are crammed into narrow spots. The roads between the circles are quite narrow. The reception upon arrival was luke warm. There is no trash pick up, which isn't a big deal, but when I never found a convenient trashcan to dump our garbage. Ended up going into the pool are to use their trashcan. The park is loaded with full timers. I'm sure there are many who love this type of park, but I am not one of them. Never again and would definitely not recommend it. - IndysMa
Jan 2019 - $1.00
Run down park with mostly fulltimers. Absolutely packed. I saw only 3 open. At first they gave us a site 342 that was so small we couldn't get into it. The map looks organized, however its anything but. Everyone is parked all different ways do they can fit into their site. Laundry facilities run down and dirty. the next day she gave us a bigger site with FHU and 50 Amp. There are very few of those available so we had to cut our reservation short by 8 days. Fun things to do at the beach. Tall trees to see, otherwise the view is all rv’s. Too close for comfort. We could hear and see everything of our neighbors. - Janewat
Aug 2011 - $119.00
The park is rustic, poor roads, staff is basically friendly, the cabins were poorly cleaned and no toilet paper or towels and when we asked for supplies from the resident manager she forgot. We will try another time. The food is good in the restaurant but the specials are rather pricey for no AC in the restaurant. - shaddow
Feb 2017 - $42.00
We stay for bike events and race week. We love it here. Staff is very helpful and friendly. We enjoy the same people every year. Use to have karaoke once a week. Allowing dogs is a plus. - Deb and Greg
Jul 2010 - $40.00
The only available short term sites were out in the sun, all others were year rounders. There are nice sites on the river, but their web site is a little misleading. Pool was ok at best, has a nice kid's playground. Probably won't come back. - sammy the lot boy
Apr 2009 - $35.00
Park has definitely been getting spruced up. Have camped here for three years off and on as near Stetson University. This vist many buidings were resided and painted. Still in need of repair but definitely improving. The St Johns river is beautiful and they do have a boat ramp - ellasmom
Mar 2018 - $57.00
This is an odd campground as it is also a marina. Having said that, we enjoyed having the boating activities going on there as well as camping. the sites right on the river are the best and worth the extra money. the restaurant is just ok but its nice to have it right there as well as the bar. there is a tour boat right there also and we enjoyed the cruise up the river. the sites away from the river are just ok . quite a mix of permanents and weekenders back there. Some sites need to be cleaned up badly back there. generally if we get the sites up front we will be back but not the ones out back. - we2
Aug 2010 - $31.00
Right on the highway and road noise is sometimes intense. Only 2 unisex single occupancy bathroom/showers available. Others are closed and chained. Some people do not pay attention to the "No Smoking" rules. One guy came out with a cigarette in one hand, cell phone in his ear and having just urinated on the toilet seat. Many of the RVers here are permanents, but are very friendly and helpful with directions. One guy has his big screen TV mounted on his storage shed door and he watches it at the picnic table. Dogs barking at 2 AM is annoying but, since there are Bear warning signs in the area, a little bit of dog backing is not a bad thing. The sites are level and shade trees are abundant. There are several great restaurants nearby with great seafood and BBQ. - Sammy_3
Jan 2009 - $25.00
Very nice, small campground with no 'planned' activities. Perfect if you prefer to be on your own. You are on a main highway, which is both a plus and a minus. It does mean a lot of road noise. Several good restaurants nearby. Manager was very friendly and helpful. There are nice cabins for rent. Basically, we loved it here, stayed for 3 months! Only thing that was not up to par was the laundromat. Several machines were out of order. We'll be back next year! - KatyB
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
Dec 2018 - $18.00
This campground is mostly intended for smaller campers. Our site, site 6 loop A, was impossible to get into without brushing some branches. There were other sites that I believe would have been long enough for our 35 ft motorhome where the foliage was not so close, but 35 ft is probably about the max length. Although the pavement section is tight the sites are large, with grills, fire pits, picnic tables and plenty of room to set up. The spring in the day use area is clear and good for swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving. There are nice paths to walk around the spring. We'd camp here again but would request a different site. Weekend nights most of the campsites were in use, during the week our loop had a max or one other camper. - Bmattei
Jan 2017 - $11.00
Stayed at Alexander Springs several days and it turned out to be one of our favorite stays thus far. Grounds are clean and well kept as was the restrooms/showers. They offer dishwashing rooms which were not well kept, but that's more due to users I believe. Had a tornado warning our first night there, & park crew came around to us all to warn us to take cover, directing us to a safe area. Good quality drinking water. Shaded sites. Our only complaint was each site did not have individual water spigots. - Knitwit9119
Nov 2016 - $22.00
We will never go back to this place. Ever. Booked our rv site 4 months ago. Arrived today and were told one of their soon to be fired employees had decided to switch up some of the customers on the sites and she had given ours away. The people refused to move and the manager suggested calling the police to have them escorted to another site, a site they offered us but that would not accomodate our RV. When we refused this option (picturing retaliation of slashed rv tires in the middle of the night...yes, it is that kind of place) and asked to be reimbursed for our reservation fee, the manager refused. Naturally we will never return, but I don't know if we would have anyway. The sites are small and the place is trashy. We have been spoiled by Salt Springs.
Even though we ended up not staying, we did see the site we had booked and it was ok but not great. It had a concrete pad, but was surrounded by dirt. Most of the sites were narrow and could not accomodate motor homes easily. Also, there are no hook ups of any kind and only 2 of the four loops have full bathrooms with showers. - Jm12511
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
Apr 2019 - $35.00
We spent 4 days here. We used our kayaks to explore the lake and channels. We also fished. We could launch our kayaks right from our site though there is a boat ramp if you need it. Sites are relatively level with concrete pads, picnic table and fire ring. The water is non-potable due to very high salt content. Sites are all full hook up with 20/30/50 amp service. We had heavy rain a couple of nights. Lots of water was standing but drained fairly quickly after rain stopped. Sites 1 and 13 looked to be the best to me. We were on site 12. You can't just drive in to this campground without first calling Flagler county for a reservation. The campground is unattended. The restaurant had some unusual items on the menu. There was enough variety that we found something tempting. They are open from 6am to 8pm. A short distance from the campground is a nature preserve with raised boardwalks to get you out in nature. - petendoll
Jan 2017 - $22.00
We stayed in a 42' motorhome on site 20 and were able to park and stay connected to our 20' trailer. Water is hard and water pressure variable, but tends to be low in the mornings. This is a beautiful camping area with amazing wildlife. Can launch your kayak from your campsite. - Sunny Weathers
Jan 2017 - $35.00
Stayed here with friends for 4 days. This is a county fish camp on a nice size lake with boat ramp, restaurant and small store. Roads are narrow but paved leading to camp. The campground is small with all full hook-up back-in sites with level concrete pads, picnic tables and fire rings. We saw lots of birds and took our kayak on the lake. There is limited tv, fair cell signal, the water pressure was low and the water is very hard. The campground is near farm land and a distance from beaches and grocery though a big dollar store is the closest. We really liked the restaurant as the food was good, the staff friendly and they have a happy hour for beer. This really is just a fish camp but we enjoyed our stay. - mohocamper