February 24, 2023 - reviewed by psgonecamping
Park Ok, Great Location Near Stuart
Crushed gravel sites closely spaced and relatively small, so there’s no privacy. Several sites face the St. Lucie canal; enjoyed watching boat traffic and an alligator. Difficult to get full hookup, so booked a W/S site (all sites will be full hookup once the remaining E pedestals arrive). Because adjacent sites share E/W hookups, every other site has E/W on the curb side. Sewer hookups are on the street side. More expensive than State Parks and there’s noise from I-95, but then, Phipps is in Stuart, so there’s that. Bathhouses are tidy, but showers could be cleaner, and the sink soap dispenser was inoperative. Two private shower stalls, but changing rooms are not private. Very hungry mosquitoes during evening hours even mid-Feb; should have expected that because temps are mid 80’s, but I wasn’t prepared. Grass lawn needs cutting. Excellent Verizon cell coverage.
June 7, 2020 - reviewed by Michael Lowrey
Our Local Campground
So far we have stayed twice. The last time in spot 9.
It rained quite a bit and it looks like spots 4 -6 may be subject to standing water.
We are new to RVing and this campground is, by my wife, boondocking (no concrete slab).
April 16, 2018 - reviewed by Angel Torres
We stoped in just for one night on our way down to the FL Keys. After that night we wished we could have stayed longer. Sites are super spacious and grounds are very very clean. We highly recommend Phipps Park for some great camping and relaxing getaway. The price was very affordable ($27). If we was county residents it would have been half price with proof of residency. We will be back in the future for a longer stay. Thank you Phipps Park. Hope this helps someone, safe travels.
October 18, 2017 - reviewed by @ventureswithbob
Gravel roads and parking on grass. Plenty of room to move around and very large sites.