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33 RV Parks near Siesta Key, Florida
We did however find 33 campgrounds within 25 miles of Siesta Key. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Siesta Key in the left hand column.
May 2018 - $45.00
Not impressed. Stayed here in a big rig in April 2018. First, this park is really a trailer park with RV sites. It is quiet with full, easy hook ups. The staff here seems non-existent and the park isn't anything to brag about. The site was grass and sand and small for my 43' rig. It's also a Thousand Trails/Encore park, and really makes me glad I didn't sign up with them because as a full-timer, I've stayed in many of these parks and they ALL are lacking in just basic upkeep and attractiveness. This park is easy to get to from I-75/275 and the full-time residents seem to be a mix of old folks, manual laborers, and the occasional Metallica enthusiast. As a bonus it's also close to Dollar General which seems to be a nightly haunt for the park's residents as every evening I watch them journey to the DG and return with their small bags of treasures. I found the price a bit high for what I got, a staff who didn't seem to know or care that I was there, and a small, barely maintained site. Next time through I will research more thoroughly to find something better. - Beware thyself
Sites: 78 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 23 Reviews
Nov 2017 - $41.00
First of all, call to get all the details about wifi and cable. Deceptive advertising is becoming rampant! 2nd, we were pre-assigned a site, but when we went to it, it was already occupied. They gave us, at no extra cost, a "premium" riverside site @ no extra charge..........."Thule Marsh" side is more appropriate. I had to spray ant hills, the water connection leaked a steady stream, every general rule in their pamphlet was broken by most, if not all permanent residents. Wifi is available, at extra cost, and somehow, they screwed it up 2 straight days, to where it was out 2 hrs one afternoon and out all night, from 5pm until we left the next morning! The cable TV is also an extra charge, but OTA is just fine! The managers don't seem to know what is going on, and are never available. Tried to call, but the phone was on answering machine, every time! Suggestion.............Go somewhere else!!! - Dennis H
Apr 2017 - $50.00
Have stayed here before. Has a pool, no hot tub. Bingo and potluck every other week. People are friendly. - Jane-D100
Feb 2017 - $59.00
This park is small which makes for a homey and cozy environment. The club house, screened deck and pool were nice and made for casual community socializing. The sites were comfortable and the views of the river pretty. - The Ellis Family
Apr 2017 - $19.00
Great deal for Passport America! This is a friendly, older, 55+ retirement mobile home/RV community that has an area set aside for shorter term stays. Pull-through sites have different things available, like some have picnic tables, some have concrete pads. All sites have water/sewer/electric, and some have shade trees, & all are very sandy. Lovely heated pool area. Restrooms are dated but clean. 2 nice laundry areas are available. Bugs are abundant (ants, skeeters, gnats, no see-ums). Many OTA TV stations. We would come back! - R&S
Jan 2017 - $1.00
This is the most wonderful park we've ever stayed at. Clean, wonderful people, endless activities. We've been coming to this park for 5 winters and wouldn't think of going anywhere else. - arespiratory
Feb 2015 - $25.00
Yes, most of the campers were friendly, however, many of the permanent residents were not - they did not appreciate the "outsiders". Noisy park - every day. Great dance hall - dancing every two weeks! Decent WiFi in the clubhouse - none at campsites. Campsites very tight and rough and dirty. Water condition - terrible! Has anyone heard the term "volume" (is all that matters - NOT the pressure!) Crazy! For weeks, pressure was only 35 psi. After complaining (polite discussions with owner), they made some improvement - should have been done long before - pressure went up to about 50 psi - still minimal. Been to a dozen or more other parks in Florida - private and public - all at least 55 psi and usually 60+ psi. And, the water smells bad! Glad to be gone and will not return! BTW - anyone 50+ years of age can attend their dances ($5 per person). Stay someplace else - lots of other choices. - wjhgolf4