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1 through 10... 1 being DO NOT STAY HERE EVER and 10 THIS PARK IS HEAVEN!

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Orlando ~ Thousand Trails

Description: This park has 850 full hook-ups Campsites: 50 amps are available scattered around the park and there is a section that is all 50 amp plus another section with 50 amp but you'll pay $3 a day to stay in that area. There is a small wooded area with a lot of shade, more like a state park, with maybe about 100 sites. The main part of the park dose not have much shade. There is a small lake with a boat/kayak launch. Roads are all paved. There is a family pool & all adult pool. Both Pool's have had a super make over and are very nice. Club house and ballroom are super with many activities planned for the campers especially over a holiday weekend. Amenities include:
Adult Center, Boat Launch, Canoes,Family Center, Game Room, Horseshoe Pits, Laundry Facilities, Mini-Golf, Nature Trail, Ping-Pong, Playground, RV Storage, Rowboats, Shuffleboard, Spa, Swimming Pool, Tennis Courts, Trading Post, Video Games, Wading Pool, Wi-Fi Access for a fee

Date of Stay: May 3rd, 2011 ~ We stayed for 2 weeks

Weather During Stay: Pretty warm and only a few rain storms

Site Description: Sites are FHU 30amp with 50 amp service throughout the park. Some sites are uneven.

Favorite Sites: We stayed in section F and paid the $3 per night extra. We had a back in full hook up site with 50 amp electric. There were a lot of sand spurs and stickers in the grass.

Rate: Rate is $0 for TT members. I understand you can now stay there for about $35 per night or call and take a tour and you can stay for 3 nights FREE!

Phone/TV: Verizon air card and cell had most of their bars. ATT&T phone had 3-4 bars. Very quiet for this large a park. We had good reception with our roof satellite (Direct TV)

Elevation/Landscape/Terrain: Very flat like most of Florida with some trees. There is an area that is very wooded if tht is what you want.

Lighting/Noise: The park is relatively quiet and somewhat dark.

Hiking/Walking/Biking: There are miles of roads around the park to walk and ride bikes on.




Comments: Just like the majority of Thousand Trail Parks this park could use a lot of updating. They need a lot of work at the sites and there are ants... you need to spray. Also a lot of sandspurs so it is hard to walk the dog with out them getting stickers in their little paws. The best things in this park are the pool and clubhouse.










Things to See & Do: Disney World, Universal, Sea World and Orlando

Rating: (7) We belong to Thousand Trails... would I reccomend it to you... Not really but to each their own right! Some people really love their memberships.






Have Fun & Travel Safe

2 comments:

Sherwood said...

Really well travel. I like that type of travels.

Sherwood Womble
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Susan said...

Hi Donna,
Do you happen to have a phone number for the Orlando Thousand Trails? There is not one on their web site. We were interested in contacting them about the free days with the tour. Didn't think the TT home # would give us the local # in Orlando. Thanks!
Susan