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62 RV Parks near Seffner, Florida
Jul 2018 - $48.00
Mostly permanent residents. Beautiful pool. Cement pad to park on - Bjb1775
Jan 2009 - $26.00
Park is lovely. Winter residents are very nice and friendly - made us feel very welcome. New pool - great! Will not return, however, because of the current management team. they are two very nasty people. He will yell and scream even while he is parking you in your site. This park is owned by a corporation and we couldn't understand why they keep this management team here. Talk to the winter residents and none likes them. Careful if you reserve here. If you do, avoid the managers at all costs!! - Sophia2
Dec 2017 - $35.00
We stayed here several days checking out the area as a potential snowbird destination. This is an Active 55+ park/ resort. Campsite was not ideal. The hookups were at the very rear of the park model behind the site. The site was not very level and tree made it a little tight. Water, power, and sewer were all fine. Having said all that, this park was AWESOME. There are some sites, but mostly all park models.The snowbirds here are very friendly and this park has a ton of stuff planned to keep you as busy as you want to be.They have an exercise room and Hot Tub as well as a heated pool. The park is also very flat and great for walking or biking. Roads were marked well but some were quite narrow. We will definitely return to this park. - jeffs
Jan 2017 - $34.00
We have been full-timing for almost ten years now and the people (both the residents and the staff) are among the friendliest we have met anywhere. They have a great activity staff and frequent live entertainment. The location is local to mostly small businesses in Zephyrhills, and a half hour from Tampa. We've been there four times now, over two seasons. All that said, it's pretty tight with a big rig. If you have a big rig and don't mind the road noise, ask for a spot in the front (along Chancey). - melissabrvs
Apr 2014 - $29.00
We stayed here three weeks at the weekly rate of $200 including full hookups. Wi-Fi available for a fee. We were placed on an interior site so highway noise was minimal. Office staff was pleasant and park offered lots of activities to chose from. Monthly rate posted about $565 plus electric. All interior streets are scheduled to be repaved starting this month. - Destinations
Feb 2011 - $30.00
Nice park but highway noise from Rte 301. Management is very difficult and rude. Tenants have told horror stories. They sway pet friendly, but only if they like your pet!! Will not stay again until new management arrives. - lesashubby
Jan 2011 - $30.00
Management is rude to seniors and inept at repairs. They like to play favorites. Nice park, but it need new chiefs!! - lesashubby
Nov 2018 - $30.00
Nightly rating is based on PA and regular rate combined. Quiet park with a lot of snowbirds. Pretty easy to get in and out. The 2-lane road it is on does not get a lot of traffic. Interior roads are pretty narrow, but just go slow and you'll have no problems. Had a pull thru site, but couldn't pull thru when I left. Tow vehicle on the site across the street was in the way, so I backed out and drove around the park. Sites are just long enough to park my tow perpendicular to the RV. Width was good enough. Streets are one way and the way I was positioned at my site would have had me exit against the flow of traffic. Wifi worked fine for social media, but the wifi password was not included in my welcome packet. Had to ask another resident for it. Off leash dog area was fine. Despite a LOT of dogs in the park, I didn't see a single pile left behind anywhere. It is refreshing to be in a park with so many responsible dog owners. Hookups are at the rear of the site. Few trees so satellite reception was good. Would stay here again. - TH travelers
Jan 2017 - $23.00
This is basically a trailer park with about half the sites for seasonal, overnight or weekly rentals for RV's. We were promised one site and then switched to another when we arrived. We were given site 31 - a long grass site with a concrete patio that was between two permanent mobile homes. After waiting about a half hour at the office area, someone finally took us to our site. The guy checking us in had to move a couple cars and a golf cart to give us access to the site and we still needed to wiggle in and do some maneuvering to not park on the concrete patio.
The electric service was on the wrong side of the site, but 50 amp and full hook up. A couple nights we had problems with low voltage. They gave us a 50% Passport America discount for 7 of the 8 days. There's a pool, but the heater was broken the entire time we were here. They have planned activities: ice cream social, bingo, horseshoes, shuffleboard, etc. We were able to receive mail while we are here and the folks in the office were friendly. - cincychic
Feb 2016 - $14.00
We stayed here on their $99 for a week special. They are also a Passport America park. Since it was February in Florida, they were very busy and only had one spot available for us. It was located right at the park entry and next to a busy state highway. There is traffic 20 hours a day. It was very noisy, but for the price, and the fact that it is winter in Florida, I can't complain too much! We had plenty of room on our site given it was by itself. We backed the storage yard, so there was plenty of room front to back. Services were good and had no problem with electric, water, or sewer. We did walk the rest of the park, and most sites have neighbors that are fairly close by, but getting in and out of the park with most RV's should not be a problem. The bathroom and shower are located in the front of the park by the pool and clubhouse. - Howard Jaros
Jan 2016 - $19.00
This is a Carefree park with mixed units about two thirds permanent and the rest RV sites. The management is responsive, the park is older but well maintained and clean. The sites are about 25X60 and quite close together. Everyone seemed friendly and they have a lot of activities. The pool is covered, there is a decent on-site laundry. The rate shown is the monthly rate. While the park is "pet friendly" you are presented with a page and a half of single spaced rules for pets. I would rate it more pet tolerant. Cable and WiFi are available from a contractor and aren't cheap. - shenandoahvalley2
Jan 2019 - $22.00
.This park's lots are privately owned. Some owners here lease their sites out. Details are on the website. We have been here a month so far. Our site has the owner's lanai on it so the site narrow but not unreasonably so. The utilities on our spot are well placed and there is a separate spigot to wash your rv. Some reviewers complain about the cement facility close by being noisy. Yes, we hear it but its not extreme.There is a small airport nearby but the plane noise is not extreme. There are train tracks but its not too loud either. You hear vehicles driving on the road out front. None of these noises made our stay unpleasant. In fact, once you get accustomed to the sounds, we found it to be relatively quiet and convenient to attractions across central florida. It offers a nice heated pool, spa, billiard room, laundry, library, and club room for Monday night Bingo and weekly game and card nights. Shuffleboard is on site, stained glass, bike rides and more. The owners are friendly. We have enjoyed our stay so far. - Tammy7
Oct 2017 - $20.00
Rented a space for Winter 2017/18. Pros: Emerald Pointe Rv Park is a gated, extremely, well maintained park. Owners of deeded parcels comprise an association that runs the park. The streets are immaculate and compliance to rules is striking. Cons: The park sits on a busy highway. It sits between a quarry (2,000 ft) and concrete block plant (1,000 ft) and a mile from the Municipal Airport and train track (1,000 ft). The concrete block plant is the worst. When atmospheric conditions are right there will be a constant, maddening slamming and drilling sound that often goes for days and nights at a time. We ran our hvac fan and used ear plugs to sleep. The rock trucks during the days made the ground shake. The loud sounds and rumble of tractor trailers and cars filled the days and nights. Sometimes the passing train (2 or 3 times per 24 hr period) sounded as if it was coming into the park. Flight training and sky divers contributed occasional droning sounds for hours. Contrary to being a retirement community, many owners start their days running loud tools such as leaf blowers, pneumatic tools, powerwashers, hammering, slamming etc.. There is a constant state of property improvement either erecting small buildings, lanai, ports and adding structure to park model homes and replacing driveways. To top it off, the average person here talks twice as loud as needed. As I said, this is not a quiet place to relax. - Wagonwheel
Mar 2016 - $20.00
Emerald Pointe is an IMMACULATE park that caters to snow birds and full timers. You won't find a neater, cleaner, more well run park. All lots have large concrete pads for both RV and patio. Most include a shed, Lanai or port. Lots of activities and amenities available. Privately owned RV lots and park models are available to rent (by the month) or purchase. Nightly rate was quoted, based on approximate monthly rate. Excellent park to spend the winter! Free WiFi is provided only at the clubhouse but unlimited high speed is available from two local providers. - jpainter01
Nov 2016 - $30.00
We loved our stay at Happy Days. The park was very clean and quite. The residents were happy and friendly. The site was roomy and very easy to pull into. - RV 05 - pk_
Mar 2005 - $15.00
We thought this was a decent place to stay...until we explored surrounding areas and found Spanish Main. It made this place pale in comparison! - Christine621
Jan 2005 - $19.00
Park management very rude and unfriendly. We were accosted at the gate and told that our dogs were to big. 20 lb limit. Nothing was mentioned at reservation time. Not adequate space to walk pets. We left after one night after being verbally abused by the manager several times. - epperson1
Nov 2016 - $18.00
This is our 1st winter here at Hillcrest. Lots of activities here. Wide roads to maneuver rigs and people are very friendly. Close to shopping, hospitals, but far enough from big cities to be close to the country side. We will return next year. - Bradsr
Feb 2016 - $18.00
Hillcrest is not a real RV park or a resort by any stretch of the imagination. And it is not "Premiere" as their ad stated. The vast majority of the almost 500 sites are permanent park models or enclosed older RVs. It is a 55+ community with an average age well over 75. If you have an RV, you will back in on grass. No concrete pad, no picnic table, no fire ring and no grill. Nothing much for what it cost. Only propane grills are allowed. We will never go back as we found it depressing as there are few activities in that area of Florida. - SewSoBeachy
Nov 2011 - $31.00
Hillcrest is not really an RV park. I don't know why they call it that. It is a 55+ park model community. There are some RVs that stay in it in the winter months. Most are very old and run down. All sites are back-in. It is a little depressing to say the least. People are friendly and there are plenty of activities. We would not return. - bsnmobs
Mar 2018 - $23.00
We stayed for 1 month for $675 which included water, septic, electric, cable, and garbage. This is 55+ community with a mixture of park models and RV's. The lots for RV's are VERY spacious and wide open with sun, and have a large concrete pad ( @50' long) at all sites. The roads within the park are paved, and are greatly used to walk or bicycle within the park. VERY clean and maintained.
Unlimited activities with tennis courts, horseshoes, pickle ball, shuffle board, community building and game room. On site laundry. Numerous daily activities with cards, poker, bingo, etc. and game nights. Swimming pool was clean. Residents and others were super friendly, and I would definitely recommend this park for long or short term stay.
Park is big rig friendly. Roads are well marked and easily manuverable.
Only negative is there is a cement plant that is at the one end of the park. VERY NOISY during the day and into evening. (They must have a 2nd shift working there.) LOTS of dust/sand from it: but it was tolerable and still could enjoy being outside.
Park empties out in early April with snowbirds heading out. - RiversedgePA
Jan 2017 - $28.00
This is a Sun RV park with mostly park models an a few real RVs. Our FHU site was at the end of the road and very private. The park has a large club house, pool and other recreational areas. - Hey You
Jan 2017 - $23.00
Stayed here while visiting my snow-bird brother & sister-in-law who are residents. Made reservations well in advance as there were very few sites available for short-term visitors. This campground is a snow-bird destination. Nice friendly office staff. We were parked way in the back of the property, but a nice back-in site with good 50-amp (only) power. If you are 30-amp, you'll need a dog-bone 50 to 30 amp reducer. Good over the air TV reception. Park your RV on the grass and not on the concrete patio! Your tow / Toad parks on the concrete. Plenty of activities at the campground clubhouse. - thetravelkids