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Good TV and wifi which helped a lot too. I would definitely stay here again. Back at the campground, Three Flags RV Resort features a gorgeous swimming pool, clean campsites and a relaxing environment. A pickleball court, mini golf course, horseshoe pits and shuffleboard courts offer ample recreation for the whole family. Book your next vacation at this beautiful Central Florida RV campground and let the staff at Three Flags RV Resort show you the best camping in the area.

Navy BLUE ANGELS and we have an undying love for America and the patriots who defend it. We extend our appreciation to those actively working to protect and serve us by offering a 10% discount to military and first responders. $90 a night Saturday after Thanksgiving.

RV pads were very nice and the spaces were roomy and eating places very close by. Will definitely stay here on the trip home. Spoke with Bill this morning, and he told me he had a last minute cancellation otherwise the park was full. This park is excellent VERY say hi in russian clean; level sites; and with interesting old military vehicles and tinyhouses $38 with 5% discount. Walking distance to Stores and restaurants through gates in the park. Doesn’t bother me that they don’t have shower/restrooms – I prefer to use my own anyway.

We arrived after closing to find our materials in the super cute old-fashioned phone booth. Instructions were perfect & we made it to our site, number 14, a pull-thru. We were happy to see we were near the dog park area. Called & got the last spot for one night. Large paved pull thru site with patio.

The owners were the very best, will help you with anything. If your close by I recommend giving it a try. Changes look very good,but we would still only want to dry camp in the back 40 if it’s still undeveloped, quiet, isolated from the crowd.

While the ever-present history of the native Chumash people reveals a rich and storied past. You are gonna fork over some cash for this joint but after a cross country trip, this is the exact place to end it. We spent three nights here and wish we could afford to spend three weeks. It is a very kid friendly park and is actually very quite, peaceful, and run by an active and friendly staff. Anybody who rated this place below a four must either of had a bad experience or uses their rig as a second home .