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43 RV Parks near River Ranch, Florida
We did however find 43 campgrounds within 25 miles of River Ranch. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near River Ranch in the left hand column.
Jan 2013 - $24.00
Park is mostly full time occupied old trailers and park models. Even though we had reservations for our 32 foot motorhome, the sites they showed us were next to the trash and would never fit our rig. In fact we couldn't even drive on the street that lead to the office. This is not an RV Park it is more a trailer park. - LMur
Mar 2012 - $21.00
We were welcomed by all the people that not only worked here but other campers. Very nice and clean, love the oak trees. Nice place to stay and relax, and the fishing was great as well - tennup60
Mar 2012 - $45.00
What a lovely campground. The staff was very helpful and nice. Just a beautiful setting. - smileyann45
May 2019 - $38.00
Just an overnight stop for us, but a good one, not too far off our route, quiet, clean, friendly help. Trees blocked our satellite but got good OTA channel reception. Only hooked up to electricity for the short stay. - Grumpier99
Dec 2017 - $15.00
Comfortable, centrally located, friendly people, and good spaces for dogs! We spent a month at Lake Wales (Dec. 2017-$440/month + electric) after doing plenty of research for places to stay near Tampa. This park is centrally located between Tampa/Orlando and is one of the most affordable. Don't let the price fool you though, this is a great place to stay. The owners are wonderful, and the people are very friendly and welcoming. There is plenty of space for your pet(s) too. The facilities are perfectly adequate--FHU sites, laundry room, indoor pool, shuffleboard room, dog walking areas, rec. hall with social activities, mail delivery--the local wildlife is abundant, and we would definitely stay here again. Lake Wales has plenty of restaurants and supply stores, but Winter Haven and Lakeland are only a short drive with even more options. - Unknown_Normal
Mar 2017 - $38.00
My wife and I came to stay for one week but stayed for a month, plus made reservation for next year for 4 months. The rest rooms were very clean and well supplied, the laundry room was clean and prices very good. My wife used the pool daily doing aqua aerobics with a group of people which helped her exercise her knee after an operation. The indoor pool was heated to a nice temperature, clean and nice to use. Many events going on while we were staying and made to feel very welcome. The owners run and operate the campground. They were so helpful and nice to deal with. Looking forward to our visit this season. - damonred
Jan 2012 - $13.00
Rate reflects a 3 month commitment. This was our first time staying and we spent the winter (Jan-Mar). This is a 'community' park in the sense that everybody is family. Sites are spacious, activities are age appropriate, new-comers are welcome--we didn't want to leave when the time came and we've already reserved our space for Jan - Apr 2013. - Lonnie Clark
Sep 2010 - $29.00
It is one of the parks with the cleanest restrooms and showers we've been in. We're full-timers for 5 years now. This is the 2nd time we've stayed here. Highly recommend it. - Marybeth5613
Aug 2010 - $28.00
Good value for the money. The restroom, shower and laundry room are five star. Good location and a nice pool. Would stay here again. - DanMain
Feb 2019 - $40.00
If you have an HDT pulling a big 5er, DO NOT come here. The campground loop roads are way too tight for a big rig like that. It seems like every curve in the loop roads has a big tree within inches of the road. If you're over 70', you're going to rub the tree with the side of your coach. The pivot points just will not cooperate. Sites are long and wide with a LOT of tree cover. Quiet day and night and VERY dark at night. - TH travelers
Apr 2018 - $22.00
Love, love, love the quietness of Lake Kissimmee. We make an annual trip with our church every Spring. I look so forward to "down time" in the trees. Always wildlife of some type (deer, turkey, bunnies, armadillo, turtles, black snakes, gators). - LindaC-FL
Mar 2018 - $10.00
Back again. We like this great day or overnight park. Level, shaded camp sites, limestone/shell surface. Palmetto privacy at most sites. Some outer rim sites have large "back yard" where wildlife passes by. Trails are good (6.7, 6, 2.3 and 1/4 mile). Hard road biking is good. Equestrian trails and camping, primitive and group camping. The staff are friendly and helpful. Campground bath houses are like new, clean and well maintained. Spacious day visitor area/playground and observation tower. Large and small pavilions, free standing picnic tables. Clean day park facility. Good dark sky view from the observation tower. Low light pollution. Deer, eagles, cardinals, sandhill cranes aplenty. Bridge to Cow Camp and Buster Island loop closed to motor vehicles. Building new bridge. Horses, bicycles, foot traffic OK. Bring supplies. Campground store is closed, seeking a concessionaire. Nearest town, Lake Wales, is 15 miles west. - GDoug
Jun 2018 - $35.00
It's more of a bunch of residences on the lake with RV sites. It is clean and well taken care of. As the name implies this is a fish camp, boats are available to rent and the parking lot can get full of people launching their own boats. This is a great place to winter over in FL as you're in the center of the state close to everything. The full hookup sites are where park trailers have been removed, so you get a concrete pad close to either another RV'er or a park trailer. The regular RV sites are grass with water/electric and a picnic table located right on the lake. Everyone is friendly and it is a nice place to stay, just too crowded for my taste. - Sub Vet
Jan 2018 - $40.00
Stayed here four nights. Love the quietness and the fact that your not camping right beside your neighbors sewer hose or any other part of your neighbors site. Plenty of space between sites. Also like the level pavers at the site. Weather was perfect being it's January. I can see that this campground might be more difficult to tolerate in the very hot Florida Summer. Most of the sites I saw had little to no shade but I didn't explore the entire camp either. - Westrv4
Apr 2017 - $32.00
We brought our boys for their first camping trip. Brought our boat as well. Paid $10 a day to leave our boat at the dock. The park staff was very nice and the park was clean and maintained well. 30 and 50 amp available at the spot, water, add well as, septic hookup which was very convenient. They have a store that carries a little bit of everything, a bait shop, beer and burger shack, and a shack for cleaning your daily catches. Would definitely stay there again. - Mitchellfamily
Jun 2015 - $40.00
We have stayed at this campsite a few times with multiple families and though it is a nice clean location I would give it a good rating.
The sites a fairly sized and it has two sections, one area is shaded and one is an open parking lot.
The staff are always friendly and accommodating but we prefer more wooded areas.
The pool is nice and clean and it's quite at night minus the airboats that go down river.
They hold fishing tournaments here and they are always interesting to see. - Senora Frog
Mar 2019 - $17.00
This was the epitome of a Florida RV Resort. There a many "snowbirds" here and a lot of them from Canada. We called ahead for a reservation and used our PA discount. We were told they only had 1 spot left. Our spot was a grassy one which unfortunately was very soft and muddy. The previous occupant had left deep track marks. We were able to back in and get level. The spaces were close but not uncomfortable. We were able to pull our awning and slides out with no issues. We had FHU. They did have Wifi available (it was down though) for a fee. We had good service with Verizon-about 4 bars of 4G. There were 3 laundry areas available though I would recommend using the one by the office. The other 2 are out in the open (something I had never seen before) and the one closest to us had no working dryers. There are also 3 shower houses. The one we used was fairly clean with 2 showers and 3 toilets. There are 2 pools (1 is heated) and a hot tub. They had a small gym with a couple of cardio units and a few weights. They had a library room with lots of books and puzzles. They also had a billiard room, shuffleboard, tennis courts, basketball court, petanque, horseshoes, and a rec room with Bingo on certain nights. The noise level was fine with an occasional train in the background. Everyone was very friendly, and if you have your own golf cart you'll fit right in. Golf carts and bicycles are the mode of transportation to get around the resort. We only stayed a week, but we will definitely keep this on our radar for next winter. - nomadicfamilylife
Feb 2019 - $20.00
It's a very nice park. Monthly rate was $580. The pool and grounds are well maintained. There was always something going on to do. Exercise classes, bus trips, dances, dinners. The staff and other campers were very friendly and helpful. It was like being at a family reunion. I was there for a month this year. It will probably be 2 months next year. - Jane Johnson
Dec 2012 - $23.00
We stayed here for one month in a full hook-up site. We paid $525, which included 50 amp service and 30 days worth of Wi-Fi. The site we had (R-28) was a wide, corner site having some palm trees. It took some maneuvering to get our 40+' fifth wheel in, but, we managed. This park is 90% manufactured homes and/or trailers converted into homes (i.e. carports; sheds; residential AC units; etc). Some lots are kept up better than others. The transient sites are scattered throughout the park; the bulk of them being in front near the entrance. They have two pools (one which was heated to 80+ degrees). The laundry facilities were dated; but, adequate. The interior roads are level and paved (everyone uses golf carts to get around). We encountered many friendly people (most of whom were over 60). Would stay here again. - Shin