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50 RV Parks near Tangerine, Florida
We did however find 50 campgrounds within 25 miles of Tangerine. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Tangerine in the left hand column.
Feb 2018 - $1.00
Does not have a playground. Park is split in 3 sections. We stayed in the Sun section. This is not a fenced part of the park. We were put right by a very busy road. There is laundry and really nice showers. The laundry is the cheapest I've found yet. Kids loved their rec hall. This is not a park for kids though as there is nothing for them to do. If you can adventure out that is best. There was a farmers market and flea market that we went to right across the street at the fairgrounds. It had a lot of fresh produce but also typical flea market items. Bring cash. Many of the vendors do not take cards. We found this out when we went to buy apples. Our side did no have a pool,it was across the busy road. As there is no fence around the park, I felt unsafe and did not let the kids play outside as I normally would. - TravelinFam
Feb 2018 - $56.00
Very large resort with sites on both sides of the road. Majority were very well kept. Huge sites. We were in a parallel site. Some trees in some parts. We will return here. - RonH999
Dec 2017 - $24.00
Price reflects TT discount at Encore parks for monthly rate. We booked this stay so we could leave our rig in a safe place while we flew away for Christmas. We were in a parallel site across the street from the office, and because there was no one else around we were able to pull into it without too much jockeying. There was plenty of room for us to park our HDT at the nose of our 5th wheel, and while our front yard faced the campground road, we had a good amount of grass. Bathrooms were very clean. Close to several small towns, easy access to gas, food, restaurants, and fun things to do. - Denise and Glenn
Aug 2018 - $18.00
Super nice park located between two lakes. Nice back in sites for smaller to medium motor coaches. Area is very clean. Nice bath house, good gravel acces road. Picnic pad has pavers and nice tables. Setting bench and fire ring in rear near lake side right in site. Super great camp ground. - RFarley73
Jan 2016 - $18.00
A really special experience. Great walking trails, very much a nature park. Arrived without reservations but lucked out...a space.
Really nice trails for walking, wooden walkways through the park.....great place. Space was ample for even large motor homes, strictly back-in though; no pull through that I could see. Water and electric at site, dump station on the way out.
A rural small park that may not suit all, but was a nice change for us. Thoroughly enjoyed the stay. - Moose42
Aug 2015 - $23.00
Very small 15 site county park campground. Sites are all under dense tree cover and the park is very lush and beautiful. Many sites are right on the water, but none of them are far from the water. First come, first served site reservation. Water and 50 amp electric hookups with an on-site dump station. Site was level and well maintained. It's a county park, so you're dealing with park rangers, not RV park owners. I would definitely go back again, but I'll take more mosquito defense. - Tri14Multisport
Jan 2008 - $20.00
This Pseudo-RV campground is located at the Mt. Dora Renninger's Antique Market. They have 3 antique extravaganzas during the year as well as other special events. I am not sure if they offer RV sites during other events, but they do during the extravaganzas. The have electric hook-up and "Shared" water, which means you need to bring a splitter, but they do have some if you need or your neighbor might already have one in use. They have a campground manager who is not too bad at making sure that everyone finds their way to their site and fixes problems should they arise. Some of the sites are close, but they seem to have plenty of room in some of the other areas in the back. Most of the sites are shaded with large oak trees. There are no regular bathrooms in the RV area, but they did have trash cans and porta-potties. There is no sewage hook-ups but they do have a free dump station. The sites are close walking distance to the event grounds and was very nice to stay and go all three days to the antique extravaganza. When I made reservations they said that it was a three night minimum and since it was about $60 for Thursday, Friday & Saturday night and could stay in place until Sunday evening, I didn't mind the 3 day min..it is a good deal even if you only needed 2 nights. Again I don't know what other times of the year that they allow camping, but you can call the main office to find out. - MPD334
Jun 2014 - $35.00
We stayed here for 3 nights while visiting family nearby. The staff was very friendly and accommodating to our needs. Mostly long term residents who are friendly and invited us to join them in their activities. Sites were level and wide enough to easily accommodate our big rig. We would stay here again. - Laura from Florida
Feb 2017 - $30.00
Our cost was based on staying for a complete week. Although most of the park are permanent and snow birds, it was still a very friendly place. The owners were caring office staff. Internet was available only in the club house which was a slight draw back. The park is on the banks of a lake which was a great place to watch sunsets. - WNC Traveler
Sep 2013 - $32.00
Very tidy and well maintained RV park in Belen Eustis and the lovely Mount Dora. Extremely welcoming and friendly manager and owners too - who dropped off local newspapers daily to me (unasked) as they knew I was a 'Brit' looking to buy a home/business in the US. The only tiny criticisms I have are that the Wi-Fi is very weak even in the recreation room and camp office - and the access was never on in the recreation room although I expect it is during the snowbird season when the campground is close to full occupancy by travelers and snowbirds. Would definitely stay here again! - Leo Millward
May 2013 - $30.00
We have already said in January that we will come back. Now we are here-and it is even better than in January. Many snowbirds have left the area and it's wonderfully quiet here. What remains is the friendliness of the managers to us - have received a friendly welcome - as before. Finally, we have forgotten to mention that the entire campground is very clean and well maintained, as well as the the pool and shower rooms -and access to the lake. We will definitely come back in the winter. There is no beautiful and better place where everything is all around: nature, peace, shopping and the price. - usa
Jul 2018 - $55.00
Very clean and quiet campground, somewhat on the smaller side, and the roads were a little narrow. Our site was nice, level, and had a shade tree. We couldn't hear any highway noise except for the last night when it sounded like there were loud drag races going on nearby. I think that the campground is near a small airport because we would see small planes fly over frequently. They weren't noisy, just interesting. The parking pad was a fine gravel and shell mix, and our guide suggested that we position our camper stairs just next to the concrete pad so that we wouldn't track it in as much. We still had some that made it inside the camper, but I'm sure most was left outside as a result. They also gave us a welcome note and treat for our dog. You have to put your trash out by 10:00 in the morning if you want it picked up. I forgot where the dumpster was, thinking that it was by the office. The woman who ran the office came out to greet me and had me put the trash in the back of her golf cart to dispose of, which was kind. I couldn't wash my hands afterward, because the person cleaning the restrooms had closed BOTH the men's and women's restrooms for 2 hours (11:00-1:00). My husband said that most of stalls in the men's restroom are so small that you can barely turn around; I found the women's stalls to be of average size. The campground was surprisingly empty, considering how close it is to Universal Studios (that's why we chose it), so our stay was quiet. They don't include fire rings at the site-you have to rent a portable fire pit for $5 per day. We stayed for 4 nights and rented it for 3 nights. It rained 2 of the 3 nights and we could only use it once. I think that fire pits/rings should be provided as part of the site fee. We had trouble connecting to the wifi, but we didn't call the toll free number they provided for assistance since we had our own hotspot that we could use. My T-Mobile reception was good. The mosquitoes were awful, even in the rain. - Morning Star
May 2018 - $55.00
We stayed here for 10 days and the service was excellent and the staff was very accommodating. We had a problem with our 30 amp breaker and they replaced it very quickly and we had no other problems with the site. We would stay here again when in the area. - rwlock
Jan 2018 - $65.00
Very nice, well kept, campground. Staff was very helpful and friendly. Highway/train noise can be an issue at times, but lots of amenities here to occupy your time. - Our rv journey
Oct 2018 - $40.00
I am always disappointed when an RV park tries to be everything to everybody. This one is a trailer park, a marina, a gold course, and an RV park. PRO: Sites are quite large. CON: Sites are very uneven. PRO: Nice clubhouse. CON: It was a half-mile drive from our site to the clubhouse. PRO: Cable TV. CON: Office said it can't work because Comcast came in a disconnected everything (???) PRO: Golf course. CON: It's an executive course --- and was closed. Hope my clubs had a nice trip. PRO: Roads are all paved. CON: Roads are narrow with some hard turns. Then there are the fifth-wheelers who park their large pickups partially in the streets. PRO: Nice lake view. CON: Not visible from most parts of the park Then there the CONs with no PROs to balance them out. (1) Campsites that are full of all kinds of trash. Next to the campsite of one of our rally friends was an old trailer (encroaching on our friend's site) and next to that was a ratty trailer with at least four motorcycles and a bunch of other junk sitting on it. No human to be seen. There was also an old beat-up, ratty school bus on another site. There just seems to be no effort to even try to clean up the junk in this park. (2) Pedestals in poor, rusty condition -- with stinging bees and wasps in them. Seriously -- nobody seems to ever check this out, and it's a problem in many poorly-run campgrounds. COMMENT: They are trying to solve the unlevel campsite problem by putting in concrete slabs. We were awakened our first morning here by the back-up beepers and roaring engines of the concrete crews at just before 7 PM. Maybe they can bury all the junk in too many campsites under them ! - dhaney1944
Mar 2017 - $22.00
This is where we stayed in the winter, the price was good for monthly rates, much lower than most others. Sites are tight and close but was not an issue because everyone abided by quiet hours and were all friendly. We had a good site but some will put a task on jacks because the park is built on the side of a big hill. This park is not fancy, but it is very reasonably priced and centrally located and in a good climate during the winter. - GA-RVers
Mar 2017 - $47.00
This place is an odd assortment of nice sites and poor ones. There are a lot of weeds which need to be cut and a lot of sites need maintenance. Our site was dead grass and dirt which and not level. (The area is in a severe drought so the condition of the grass can't be helped but the weeds certainly could be cut.) We noticed many other sites which were quite unlevel, had lots of weeds and/or were scruffy-looking gravel. Most of the concrete pads looked good. The double concrete sites were newer but very expensive ($65). Wifi was iffy.
The main reason to stay here would be for lake access for a boat. There aren't that many campgrounds with lake access so that's probably how they can get away with charging so much. $47 per night with poor wifi, no cable, no patio, no picnic table is way too much. If we were back in the area we'd much rather stay in Mt Dora which we checked out and loved. - all4pets
Aug 2012 - $18.00
We had site #13 and have been here multiple times. Really like the woodsy feel and closeness of the camping area to the tubing area. Campground had noisy people next to us this time. People using loud voices until very early in the morning, not drunk (no alcohol allowed in park, they WILL check) just noisy. It rained at the start of our stay and there was some standing water in a few sites which breeds mosquitos here. Park was very crowded on weekend but quiet during week. Tube run is great and cold. Lots of lifeguards for safety, if you are not acting in a family friendly way you WILL be asked to leave. Park closes from 10a-3p on weekends because of crowding, so get here early or come late. Campers checking in must be IN sites before park closes for night. No late arrivals. - FL Camper
Aug 2011 - $18.00
We were in site #13.This is our 4th visit check out reviews on 8/08, 6/09, and 9/10 for full info. We love this park even though the campground is older. It is a short walk to the springs to cool off and there is peace and quiet here. No alcohol or rude behavior is tolerated. I even saw some loud mouthed kids at the springs get their entire family ejected for loud cursing. This is a very family friendly park where they don't put up with rule breakers! The newest thing they have added is the bear proof trash cans in the campground. We saw a young bear checking every trash can in the picnic area this visit. Park is patrolled often by sheriff deputies. The tubing is great and as a camper you can walk the spring trail after the park closes and see lots of wildlife come out. Our site was HUGE and next to the walkway. Lots of shade and they also sell firewood for campers now. Apopka is close by with many stores if you forget anything. Best value in Central FL in our book. - FL Camper
Sep 2010 - $18.00
We camped in site #8. Very shady with w/e, fire ring/grill combo, picnic table on a concrete slab. Sites are long enough for the longest RV's. We did have a problem with the power going out, but it was rectified quickly with the ranger. This our 3rd time camping here and we still really like this campground. It is quiet, but close to the river where the tubing is. Park is not crowded during the week but does get full on weekends. We saw deer on a hike, turkeys, raccoons, and a bear was sighted in the campground. - FL Camper
Mar 2009 - $10.00
Ahh, finally a well run park and decent people running it as well. It is also cheaper than most parks. It has quite a few permanent residents and open spaces are first come first serve, no reservations. Very nice people, nice setting on a good lake with good fishing. - TimMarji