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62 RV Parks near Seffner, Florida
Mar 2018 - $20.00
This is NOT a resort. When making reservation, was not told the pool and work out room were closed due to the storm. Also was NOT told that the site was side-by-side, which means door faces your neighbor. As if that wasn't bad enough, there was very little room between units. My husband could literally stand with arms stretched and touch both 5th wheels. Thank goodness only there one month or we would have probably left early. We were literally at the edge of the parking lot with cars going by constantly, along with some strange activity in this parking lot late at night. Park is an old mobile home park with many old units and narrow roads. Granted, main part of park was closed from the storm but even if that were open we would have had trouble getting there as many trees and narrow roads. Park located at a dead end road through a residential area. Did have a small cement pad that did not line up to unit. Would not go back here. - Robbi
Dec 2017 - $45.00
We made reservations while traveling on the road to visit friends in Tampa. We also needed a place fairly close to Venice, Fl. Part of the advertisement for this place was that is is close to everything. It is. If you will not be staying at your camper much, this place will be o k to park. Other than that, not that great for camping. Camper sites are very tight, and neighbor's sewer was right outside our door. Site was better for motor home than 5th wheel, as we had to deal with a utility pole at the front of our site, which was "pull in, back out". See photos. I thought it a bit pricey for what was offered. - Doxie Mom
Mar 2015 - $50.00
WiFi could be better probably won't come again not much to do. The sites were large with plenty of shade. The park was rustic but very relaxing. the staff was pleasant and helpful - happydaz
Jan 2018 - $45.00
Nice spot for a couple nights after dry camping. Fenced dog area. Low water pressure. My wife and I ran a fireworks tent nearby for New Year's and we had been dry camping in the parking lot for 7 days prior to staying here. This was a nice change of scenery. Spaces are close, but manageable. We had 50amp FHUs, but the water pressure was low. 4 bars Verizon LTE. There is a fenced in dog area with neighboring cows. This is one of the only NON-55+ parks in the area. A little pricey for us, but they do have lower rates for longer stays. - Unknown_Normal
Jul 2016 - $35.00
This is a nice park with lots of shady spots (which was nice due to the temperatures) as well as open air. There is a dog run area that Jacko and Rusty enjoyed a lot. The manager was very helpful in assisting us with the area. Facilities were clean and neighbors were very friendly. - SanAntonTravelers
Apr 2016 - $35.00
Park was very nice. Quiet and friendly. Manager was very helpful with setting up and directions to local attractions. Wife came by to check on us. This park has many permanent people, and a lot of snowbirds who come back yearly. We felt safe and welcome. We will be back! - Jackie29
Mar 2018 - $18.00
This is a fine little campground. It's inexpensive for senior citizens and has some very good campsites. We thought we had found a real bargain until the race track (or whatever it is) next door, started up early one morning. Motorcycles and mud buggies or whatever whooped it up for several hours. The noise doesn't seem to bother my wife as much as it does me, but I think camping should be a little more peaceful than a night at the races. Just me, I guess. It mercifully shut down well before dark.
Bathhouse was adequately clean and quite workable, but far from sparkling. Nice nature trail and springs. I like the one way roads, which mean that everyone doesn't have to pass by your site twice. Small number of sites means there isn't an excess of traffic to begin with. Campsites are of varying quality, but you get to pick the best of what's available, so if you don't like what you see you can move on down the road.
Our site had neighbors an adequate distance away but in plain view, so no privacy, but they moved after first night leaving an empty campsite. Some of the sites are much better than one we had, so rating would depend upon which you get. Several sites would rate 9 or better. Overall, we're glad we stopped in, and will likely do so again.
If they could eliminate the sporadic noise and spruce up just a tad, they could easily charge an additional $10 or more a night, even without discount, with few complaints. - jerry6
Mar 2017 - $24.00
There are three parks in Hillsborough county that offer camping and this one is our favorite. It is perfectly located to everything Tampa has to offer and yet far enough away to feel tucked away from it all. Any full time or seasonal traveler will appreciate their no reservations - first come first serve policy. Arrive on a Sunday or early in the week and you are almost certain to get in. I would recommend calling the office the day before to check to see how many sites may become available. You can only arrive during business hours, though we've seen campers waiting to come in at 8:00 when the gate opens. The sites are all well laid out, all with power and water and a dozen or so with 50 amp. None of the sites have sewer connections, though a dump station is available. Our 36' fifth wheel would fit comfortably in 20 or so of the 45 sites. When you arrive you'll be able to drive through and see the sites available and then stop back in the office and pick the site you like best. When you are there you must experience a float down the Alafia River, which runs through the park. Here's a video we took going down the river. https://youtu.be/_NO4cpi02pw Bring your bikes too. They have a great bike/hike trail in the park as well as connect to the 20+ mile fishhawk preserve multi-path system. Bring your bathing suits too. You just have to take a dip in the clearest Florida spring, which the park is named for. - Two Lanes of Freedom
Mar 2017 - $24.00
Very quiet & relaxing. The staff were incredible! Nice and extremely attentive. The grounds were perfectly clean and the bathrooms were very clean. We stayed the weekend in our pop up camper. There was 30 amp & 20 amp (looked to be new outlets and box) where we stayed and water hookup. Outside of the park only 2 miles away is plenty of stores, shopping and dining - smoothiepimp
Feb 2019 - $25.00
Great little park but so-so campground. No privacy on most sites. Low water pressure in showers, no hot water at bathhouse sinks, dryers not working (leaving several campers with washed and wet clothes to contend with.) Lack of laundry creates quite a problem when you've held off for days or been staying at campgrounds without it only to find out they're lacking where they're supposed to be. Great if you like surprises, or wearing wet clothes. Hopefully, this was just an aberration, but nobody on the staff seemed too concerned about the problem, other than providing directions to a laundromat. They said laundry units were privatized and not the park's property. If that's the M.O., they should probably just state that they don't have them them and let it be a nice surprise when/if they do happen to be working. Trails along river are wonderful, but others are just country roads. Great blackened mahi sandwich at the grill compensated somewhat for problems. Pool looks enticing, but wasn't open because of cold spell. Despite my issues, I'm still glad to see this segment of natural Florida being protected. - jerry6
Jan 2019 - $23.00
Most sites are very close, short and tight. We were in site 8 which was wide, but had 3 sites butted up behind us. Site was sand and level. Nice fire ring and new picnic table. Hook ups were good. Great TV and Verizon reception. Some sites the hook up was at the front of the site. Restrooms are clean. Rangers and staff were friendly and responsive. On Weds night there was a pot luck. We did not attend. On Thursday am there was coffee and donuts which was well attended by campers. Rangers gave a presentation on what there is to do at the park, history of park etc. If you want to tour the Fort it is only open for a tour at 1030 on Thursdays. Lots to do in the park. Hillsborough River has the only class 2 rapids in Florida. The canoe/kayak launch is beyond the rapids. They are protected. you can hike to them and see them, but unable to kayak/canoe. Several nice trails. Playgrounds, pool, snack shop and well stocked store. Nice bike trails. - Jan Orlando
Nov 2018 - $26.00
Florida has some very nice state parks, and this is one of them. We are moving Fromm state park to state park for November and December, and we started at Hillsborough. There are two main camping loops, and the one we stayed in has more RVs, with more tents in the other loop (though plenty of spots for RVs in the other loop, and we will be in that loop in December). The sites are generally flat, with grass/dirt surfaces. The roads in the loops are crushed rock/gravel, and the park roads are asphalt and well maintained. The sites have water and electricity (30/50) and there is a dump station. The restrooms are cleaned and well maintained, and the showers had plenty of hot water. The park has a camp store with a grill/restaurant, and there is also a pool (did not use) and kayak/bike rentals. There is a kayak access to the river. The park is fairly quiet and there is an abundance of wildlife. There are good trails for hiking in the park. - SandmannRV
Jun 2018 - $45.00
We moved our trailer here to prepare it for a long trip so we could do it with air conditioning. They guide you to your spot and offer to help you hook up. The park is mostly full-timers but there are nightly spots available. It is close to grocery stores, gas, restaurants, etc, because it is right in the middle of Riverview. The laundry facilities are next to the library they have. The pool has two spas, one hot and one body temperature. That is really nice! Our site was grass with a very broken cement pad but it was completely level. It was easy to back in to, no obstructions. Our spot did not have trees but many others did. - Islandcpa
Oct 2017 - $35.00
Nasty Place, Stay Away! We never even stayed there because of what happened when we pulled in! We arrived at night and my wife had to use the restroom so I dropped her off and went to check in. Three minutes later she came running up to me and said, "we are leaving, this place is disgusting!" She said the man who lived next to the bathroom, a huge man with no shirt on and a ton of junk in his lot, looked her up and down as she was entering the restroom. Then, while she was in there, she heard him make comments about her nice body to his friends and that he'd like to "do her" (he used a much more explicit term.) I guess there were a bunch of them drinking with this guy and so sex talk started. My poor wife was shaking. While she was being sexually harassed in the bathroom, I had driven around and the place is a DUMP and so we got the heck out of there. Lot's of long timers with junk in the yard, broken down old cars, etc. No pool, narrow lots and in a bad neighborhood. Seriously? HOW this place is listed on Good Sam is beyond me. To make matters worse, we stopped at a 7-11 about a block away to park for a moment to find another RV park to go to. A guy came up to our window and asked what kind of high we were looking for. Stay away...nasty people, nasty place!I wouldn't take children either...I can't imagine what I would have done if that guy had approached my daughter. So if your travel with your wife and kids, find a park without perverts and drunks. - Travelin Mac
Jan 2017 - $29.00
If you're looking for Yogi or KOA, this ain't it. These people live here and work hard and keep to themselves and are polite enough. Our fiver barely fit in our site, next to an even bigger fiver. But the staff is nice enough and it's very convenient to a mall and several other shopping centers. There was a hole on our site when we moved in. We mentioned it to an office worker and there was a guy here with a wheel barrow full of mulch that day. And they were trying to catch the guy who wasn't cleaning up after his dog. A fair price for a convenient stay in season. - melissabrvs
May 2015 - $30.00
I Do Not Recommend this RV park to anyone. First of all it's located in a really sketchy part of Tampa. We were there for 3 months. Our first month, during the daylight hours, we caught 3 local kids stealing one of our bikes, got it back that time, but a week later, they came back and cut the locks off both our bikes and took both of them. These kids continued to come back over and over. Also managing to steal other RVers bikes.
When it first happen, the acting manager said and I quote, "I can't be outside 24/7." Excuse me? Im sorry, but that is the wrong answer to tell your customers who pay quite a bit to stay in your not very attractive RV park. The people who run this place really don't care if anyone steals your stuff. I didn't even get an I'm sorry that happened to you.
This place is not your typical RV park. There are long term residents, its across the street from a family dollar. Its near Busch Gardens and a lot of businesses. Thats about the only thing it has going for it. The bathrooms are ok, however the stall doors are right in your face when you sit down. The laundry room is located in between the bathrooms. 2 out of 4 washers don't work and 2 of 3 dryers do work. There's no pool either. They also charge for electric.
I will never ever stay here again. If you decide to stay, its def going to be at your own risk and don't have any expectations. - Ellie Q
Dec 2014 - $36.00
Stayed at the park all Winter. We liked the area, it was handy to everything that we required. It has very friendly people who come back every year. They have card games, darts, bocce ball, bingo. That's the good part.
The bad parts are: the grass is not mowed unless you say something, and there is a push mower if you want to mow, I didn't come to a "resort" to mow grass, I do that at home! Do not park in the Pulaski Drive area! It is next to a very busy road, and I was always worried that a heavy truck or some auto would come through the hedge and smash into the rv's. Also, Fdot plans to widen the road soon, will be more noise and dust. Also, there are no cement pads for your rv or patio and the sewer access is on the wrong side for rv's my hose was run from one side, under the vehicle to the sewer opening. Wifi, not so good, but you can call Brighthouse and have internet hooked up for a good price.
I will not be back there again, better places to try out. - retiredblade
Jan 2014 - $15.00
This is basically a manufactured home community with spaces for RVs where older models have been pulled out. We were given a patch of grass with a full hook-up very close to a permanent park model. We were so close to the road that when trucks went by, our RV shook! Park is very clean, staff and residents are friendly. Nice pool. No picnic table furnished, but internet was free and strong. - Vernadene
Jan 2010 - $13.00
This was not our best experience with an RV park. The interior roads are narrow, it’s a tight squeeze for a big rig, and some roads dead end so it would be a challenge if you make a wrong turn. The first site we were assigned to had a broken sewer connection so we moved to another site. The second site had a broken water connection but we were able to fix it with a pair of pliers. The site was not level, our back axle was completely off the ground at the first attempt to level. After much work we were able to level with blocks under the tires and jacks. We have never had that much problem leveling anywhere. Our site was sandwiched in on all sides by permanent residences. During the evening, while we were inside the rig, someone drove something through our site, across our outdoor mat under the awning, and broke an item sitting on our mat. Why they rode so close to the rig and through our site is still a mystery, we never saw them, only the tire tracks left in the sand and on our mat. All the sites and homes are so close together it’s difficult to maneuver a vehicle without crossing onto or into another person’s site. The park is almost entirely old mobile homes, travel trailers, park models, etc. with seasonal RV’s scattered throughout and among the permanent residents. Although the park itself is clean, the deterioration and age of the park is evident. Some of the permanent residents commented about management not reinvesting in upgrades to the park. It was never quiet at our site due to constant road noise, daily sirens, and blaring televisions. No Wi-Fi. Good signal with AT&T. Rate reflects Tampa RV Show special to try out the park. If we paid the rates posted on the park’s website I would not have been happy since the park is barely maintained, needs repairs, and could use some upgrades. I could not wait to leave and we will not stay here again. - Full_Timer
Jan 2008 - $25.00
This campground is better than half permanent sites, but they are well cared for and everyone is friendly. We were given a site for a 40 foot motor home and told to go the wrong way on streets to get to the site. When we arrived there was not enough room to back into the site that was angled in the wrong direction. I tried to back in, but wasn't able to. I decided to drive down the street and come back up the right way so I could back in. When I got to the end of the street I wasn't able to make either turn and that's why it was suggested that I go the wrong way. I ended up backing to a place where I could turn around and then backed all the way into the site. This is not to condemn the campground, but to forewarn visitors. There are no tables or grills. It is a nice clean place with reasonable prices to explore the area and we will return. - Juandering