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Our first time RVing and wanted to stop somewhere with a full hookup. Checkin was a breeze as was hooking up. We had a great spot on water. We did the premium Meadows location. Right next to restrooms, bus stop, Amore's, store, rentals, pool... This is probably the best stop we will ever make
The hosts were great and very helpful. They are working on making the park better so we lost power once and water twice during our week stay. Lots of permanent campers. Those we talked to were very nice. Pool is big and nicely kept. Sites are close together but getting in and out is easy.
Nice clean resort. Nice amenities. Only a couple years old. And they have park models on site if that is something you are interested in.
Boggy Creek RV Resort and Fish Camp Review
Boggy Creek RV Resort and Fish Camp Is located in Kissimmee, Florida on the edge of East Lake Tohopekaliga. We stayed there for a month from the middle of June to the middle of July in 2021.
As new RV'ers, this was our first attempt at reserving and…
This campground is a pretty sweet home base destination if you're trying to explore the forest. There are some engine rumbling in the night but hey it's camping! It's what you make of your experience. Very peaceful area and cost friendly fee. I suggest getting a lay out of campsites as some but…
Nice site. We had a really nicely shaded one right by the convenience house. Very quiet area. We thought of renting a golf cart but the Mrs. Said it wasn’t worth it. We literally walked or rode our bikes around the whole area, not each individual campground area.
Will we go again? Maybe, after…
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I live within a hours drive from this park and have been camping here for 40 plus years. This State Park is Old Florida, sites are secluded from the other sites compared to many other parks. There is a abundance of wildlife and plenty of hiking trails. This park to me is one of the best you will…
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This state park is heavily wooded and offers direct access to the springs. Lots of wildlife (take precautions for racoons) and bring your mosquito repellent! Larger adjacent campsites that can accommodate multiple families. We bring extra gear like a kiddie pool to keep kids busy as springs a bit…
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I have been to Disney many times and this was my first time camping here! I loved it! It is so nice to have your own space, bathrooms are really clean and cast members are great. Sad that since I came in April 2021 that not most of the fun activities weren’t open, however there was still lots to…
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Clean and well kept. Pleasant staff.
Orange blossom has become our winter home. The friends that we have made there are like family. A small park with typical KOA Journey amenities but, safe clean and fun.
If you're local they don't want you there
We have stayed at WDW Fort Wilderness many times, but never in a premium spot. We were pleasantly surprised with the difference in size in the Premium site over a Preferred site. The spot has everything you can imagine with the exception of a fire 🔥 ring. The comfort stations are near by and are…
There are several trails crossing the river, paved and unpaved bike, walk, run trails, a ginormous swimming pool, a snack shop and equipment rental. It's breath taking and has everything you could want.
just wanted to let everyone know that a great way to experience Disney, but with a major savings to a hotel room ... is a stay at Fort Wilderness. It is very well kept and has everything a family could need .