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81 RV Parks near Zephyrhills, Florida
Nov 2017 - $10.00
Encore Thousand Trails park stayed on "Trails Collection" offer. Mostly permanent sites but the transient sites are good sites with concrete patio, FHU etc. Beautiful pool and hot tub and rec hall. Very friendly residents from all over the USA and Canada. - Todd Fogelberg
Feb 2014 - $17.00
An OK park, however you better like trains and lots of road noise. The trains run drectly behind the park and blow their load whistle several times. Sites are very short and close together. A 38 motorhome takes up the entire site. Hookups for either power or water on the wrong side. There is a charge for water at $20.00 per 1000 gal. They advertise free Wi-Fi. You get what you pay for. While here for 3 months it was out 90% of the time. Strange there is only one shower and two bathrooms for a park this size. Mostly permanent 5th wheels that stay here year round. Many in need of replacement. I enjoy swimming and this place has an excellent huge heated pool as well as a jacuzzi. There are much better parks in the area so I would not stay here again. The rate reflects the daily rate for three months. - philipclalle
Mar 2019 - $52.00
Was OK for a few nights. Most of the place is long term residents. Pool area was nice, looked relatively new. Parking pad was grass with a small concrete pad to setup table & chairs. Stipulated that you not park on the pad as the RV weight would break the pad and you'd be responsible for the repairs. This had happened to the spot where we parked, but the pad had NOT been repaired. - ThorHurricane
Jan 2019 - $1.00
Parked in mud. Had to put boards under wheels to get out. Another class A had same problem. I was 6 inches in with parking. Again boards under wheels to get out. Load of gravel would help immensely. Part of trails collection thousand trails. Lot of permanent residents. - Tampajohn
Nov 2018 - $45.00
This is a Encore Snowbird Community that consists mostly of park models and permanent units. It is in an urban area with busy 4-lane streets and shopping centers all around. Our spot was at the end of a row and had little to recommend it except full hookups and it felt safe. We had a grassy patch with no picnic table. We tried it out while visiting our son in Tampa. It was just "ok", and we probably won't go there again. - efcarter
Apr 2018 - $29.00
Got to the park on Sunday and the office was closed. They didn't leave any info for me as to where to park. Called the toll free reservations line and the person helped me figure out where to set up the camper. We had a site near the highway and it was a little noisy. There were a lot of fire ants on the site, had to watch for them, didn't put the outdoor rug down due to that. Pool was very clean, but we didn't have a chance to use it. The rate included a $8/night resort fee. - steveNdonna
Apr 2018 - $1.00
Needed to have toppers replaced by"Stone Vos" located nearby. Campground was recommended by them. I would guess that there are only 6-7 sites for transients. Rest are seasonal/permanent sites. Sandy location. The RV next door (45' w/motorcycle on back) had to be towed out to the street. Friendly folks. - Long Island Mac
Apr 2017 - $40.00
Advertise 55+ but, families with babies lived there. NOT dog friendly, dog's must be leashed at all times no tie outs. If you go inside for a drink, they have to go with you. Marked dog walks are full of fire ants, they won't do any pest control. I know ants are all over FL. Once we had to give the dog Benadryl because the bite was so bad. Others left because management wouldn't cut the grass. We met permanent residents who didn't have a good word for the manager, cares more about money than people. Free wifi only works in clubhouse. You have to pay electric, cable, and wifi in your rv. When it rained, we had to take off shoes & roll up slacks to get from car to rv through the sand flooded drive. - 883piglet
Jul 2012 - $30.00
This is a really cozy RV Park. Sites are large and level grassy sites with full hook-ups (30-amp) and plenty of space in between. All of the facilities are well-maintained and clean. Other guests/residents were all friendly and seemed quite happy. - bcbounders
Oct 2014 - $30.00
Friendly people and management. a true country campground close to everything. - Harry oxenrider
Oct 2012 - $17.00
A great park for snowbirds. Rate reflects monthly rate. After 6 months, the balance of the year is $199 per mo. Only drawback is no shower house yet. Produce is delivered by golf cart weekly; propane refills at your site. Good people and lots of cheap park models! Pool and activities are great. - PACEARROW
Feb 2012 - $30.00
We stay here for 5 to 6 months in winter season. Close to everything yet a rural setting. Friendly people park, nice pool and activities. Seasonal rate under $500 per month. Carefree management very nice and helpful. We are returning in November. - PACEARROW
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
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
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
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