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Quiet. Had a nice spot right on the water. Shower/bathhouse was large and clean. Employees were EVERYWHERE and willing to help. Nice pool and lots to do if you are inclined. Gravel site but lovely nick patio with table and chairs, swinging bench and fire pit.
The Good: Making a reservation was relatively easy, and contacting the office prior to arrival was met with very pleasant ladies on the phone. The location is great, very close to the theme parks in the area and grocery, convenience stores and restaurants nearby. The Bad: upon arrival you are presented with a set of rules as well as those posted on the web site. Well let’s just say they really don’t enforce them. For example they state no dog/pet pens, well there were plenty of them and no enforcement, so bring them if you have them. Another rules is in reference to your rig and it’s condition. There were a number of hunks of junk, so I don’t think that rule is enforced. The sites all have full hook up, but we had a premium site and it was on a patch of dirt/grass…I would recommend any of the few concrete sites if you can get one. If you can imagine the mess in your rig on our premium dirt patch (mud) when it rains…Reatroom/shower facilities are a bit dated and rundown, but cleaned regularly. The mini-golf course needs a cleaning and some upkeep. There are constant tour helicopters flying back and forth on a regular basis during the day (some noise). My suggestion for this Thousand Trails RV Resort is, it just needs an overhaul and update and can be special. Bad Verizon signal in our site and in and around the resort.
Very nice campground, it is a resort style, but cheaper than many other "normal" campgrounds. We paid around 20/ night.
There is a 55+ community using the same entrance and sharing the pool and park.
The campground was about 1/2 full when we were here.
There are very clean bathrooms with showers and laundry. The pool is pretty big, it is almost brand new, and has all the pool noodles you will ever need.
It looks like all the sites have shade from giant pines. They smell great!
The area is rural and very quiet. Its a 10 min drive to town and 30 to the ocean.
Cell service with Verizon is good, but there is 50+mb/s WiFi.
We would come again!
Always a nice camp with multiple access hike in points. Check for scheduled hunts, hunters do not like hikers even though Florida trail is open year round. 5 minute walk from river if you need drinking water. Make sure to filter and watch for gators.
We stayed at Quail Run for a weekend in October as it was close to my son’s lacrosse practice location… we were pleasantly surprised with the very nice site with full hook ups and cable. The park is secluded and away from highway noise. Very nice community center/hall/game room/activity center. Also close to the location are stores and restaurants.
We spent a night in Little Manatee River State Park, and were pretty happy with how easy it was to access the trails, canoe launch, playground and bathroom. We’ve spent time at various state parks and sometimes the trailhead is so far from camp it takes longer to get there than it does to hike it (exaggerating here but you know what I mean!). We could easily access all that we needed to keep busy, and better yet, took advantage of it!
Tons of birds, butterflies and great views of the stars. Few tent campers but still, everyone was respectful and quiet. We will definitely be back once the cooler months come around again!
Hardee Lakes Park is a nice quiet park. Camp sites are nice and clean, with beautiful lake views.
Stayed at a non-electric site right on the lake. Fire pit is great and camp hosts even recommended a local small biz that will bring you firewood.
Trail system is great from dirt paths to boardwalks to cut straight through the woods.
Bath house was clean and in good working order.
Overall a great quiet place to visit for a connection with nature.
Enjoyed the private lot surrounded by landscape and had a nice built in grill as each lot is privately owned. Management was great and helped resolved a few RV issues. Close to the beach with lots of restaurants. Across the street was FAB seafood shop, the oldest fishing village in FL and a nice park.
Seahags (picture below) was great for live music and you can take your dog.
Need a reservation, there are just a handful of sites. Each has a fire ring and a table. Locked gate (you need a code they give you in your reservation confirmation) dirt road, easily accessible by motorcycle/car. Supermarket and several restaurants just across the main road. There is a bathroom, but we never went in. There is also equestrian camping across the road. Lots and lots of hiking options in this huge area White tee, on the map, shows where campground is, the rest is hiking trails. 4 instead of 5 only because there is no potable water.