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Williston Crossings RV Resort

410 NE 5th St
Williston, FL 32696
No Email Address
4 Reviews
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A really nice park but: We paid for a week (weekly rate $225 + tax). After 2 days we decided to stay 3 more days (10 in total) They wanted the daily rate (not the weekly rate) to stay the extra 3 days. In the stuff you get on check in it says wi-fi available at N/C in the club house which is open 7am till 11pm. At 10:30am we went to use it and the club house was closed. Also closed at 5:30 pm. Wi-Fi works but only when club house open which is basically a few hours in the pm. 2 restrooms in the park. One is in the club house which is seldom open. That leaves 1 , 1 stall restroom for the whole park. Be prepared for a line up.

Received from Robert for visit in Dec 2009

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Stay Again? NO
This is new very clean park. The space are very large with plenty of room, you are not on top of your neighbors, some space have trees between then. It has a very good club house. When the pool area is finshed it will be nice area for kids and adults with a water wheel.

Received from for visit in Jun 2009

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Stay Again? YES
Shame on this RV Resort for spoiling us so bad that we don't want to stay anywhere else. This was the very first RV park we ever stayed in right after we purchased our travel trailer and have been back numerous times. It has totally spoiled us. None of the other places we have stayed even come close. Even Ft. Wilderness can't compare as far as the sites themselves. If you are looking are a beautiful site, great people, all the amenities of home yet in a peaceful tranquil setting this is the place.


Received from SJJS for visit in Apr 2008

Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
This is a new park in Williston Florida. The idea of the park is great. The execution on the idea is very, very bad. First, the owner who is a contractor from Georgia has no idea what he is doing. Like all contractors, he starts a job or a section of the park and never finishes. He gets half way through, moves on to something else and just talks about what it may look like some day. Last year, he promised many of his winter residents that the pool would be completed. A year later, no pool, no club house (although the club house is completed, they do not let RVers use it - the owner only wants to use it for weddings - so he can make more money). The owner's young son and daughter-in-law run/manage the park. The daughter-in-law runs the office and has no clue regarding how a park should be run. She constantly messed up our bill - especially our electricity and always seemed clueless on how to fit it. The son, who is labeled manager, does not know what he is doing and really can't do anythi. He has to run to his father - happens quickly if the father is in town - and the father make all decisions (again, the father is only concerned about how much money he can make or what something will cost him). The park has one restroom facility that has male and female sides. Each side has only two showers with the drain being the high spot so you have to stand in someone else's bathing water and (get this) each side only has (1) one toilet - for the entire park. As I have said before, the owner is only interested in money. He keeps raising rates year after year but provides no additional amenities as he never finishes anything. His upcoming 2007 rates are higher that many of the most luxurious RV resorts in the nation - and he keeps raising them. On top of this, his per kilowatt rate is over $0.12 per kilowatt - just 10 miles down the road the rate is $0.07 per kilowatt. Further, on top of these high rates - you get charged an additional 9% for taxes - other parks in Florida include the tax in their rates. Even his hired help calls him cheap and says their job is so difficult because everything thing he has done, he has done cheaply. Lastly, the owner is only concerned about money and will let anyone or any condition trailer into the park. So, if you are riff-raft and have been kicked out of all other parks in Florida, you would be welcomed here as long as you pay. Plus, the behavior that got you kicked out of the other parks - you can do here with no conseqnces - as long as you pay your bill. My overall rating is thus: If you like to throw your money away - i.e. spend money and get nothing in return - this is the park for you.

Received from Bryan W for visit in Mar 2007

Site Number:415
Stay Again? NO

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