April 24, 2019 - reviewed by Taylor
First Weekend away in New Camper
Oh boy this place is great and idk if it’s because it’s my first rv park i stayed at but boy was it fun. Big swimming area with a huge tower that water falls from and a big ol slide next to it. Which the swimming hole leads to a creek that runs to the river. There’s a dog park and shuffle boarding, and a pool. The laundry machines are cheap and the people so soooo sweet. I actually got a job at the tiki bar during my stay. Great food there for sure. they have crafts and adults karaoke at the bar and wine shop. Actually i got another reservation for this weekend
March 10, 2019 - reviewed by Brewski
First time here. Yes, some sites are tight and some sites require connections up to 50 feet, but this campground is a lot of fun. Lots of activities, natural spring swimming area, riverside Tiki Bar, close to urban micro breweries for evening entertainment and some of the nicest people you could hope to meet!
October 17, 2018 - reviewed by Rodrigo Pais
Me and my family stayed there for 2 days and we had a blast, great park, helpful staff , highly recommended.
March 24, 2018 - reviewed by Burt
I stay here often, great place for a weekend get away with the camper. I was sad to find out the Tiki Bar was closed when the place was sold to the new owners.
March 17, 2018 - reviewed by Ashley
Not Koa, Wekiva Falls Rv Resort
Great place, reasonable rates: military as good sams. Plenty of spots. Full hook ups, tents, dog run, plenty of stuff to do. Store, springs, water slide, crafts, there was a dance, pool etc. can’t wait to stay again!!
January 10, 2018 - reviewed by Rhonda B
Huge place. Sites in premium are over 100 feet long. Hookups can be far away, so yes, make sure to bring extensions. But so far, it is great. The staff have been friendly. There are lots of activities - yoga, pickleball, karaoke, movie night, painting... Not just geared towards kids. Swimming lagoon is great. Only downside is there are only two restroom/shower facilities for around 800 sites. It is a half mile to the closest one for us.
Oh, and it is not a KOA anymore.
December 31, 2017 - reviewed by BaseballTraveler
The sulfur spring and lagoon are really cool. Sites are on soft grass. Roads are all paved which is nice. Sites are either cowded or the posts are really too far away from the sites in the premium areas. Bring an extra long hose and power cord for your stay. The hosts are friendly but the residents are gawkers. We RV and camp alot, this is the first time Ive felt uncomfortable from all the stares and onlookers ... just odd.
July 10, 2016 - reviewed by Powersq
Nice campground which can get crowded on big summer weekends. Despite the crowds the swimming hole and natural spring are hard to beat. Young kids have a boat in the shallow stream which overflows from the swimming hole into the river.