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Wekiva Falls Resort

30700 Wekiva River Rd
Sorrento, FL 32776
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The park was nice and the new laundromat was clean with new machines. the store was stocked reasonably. The sulphar smell could be a problem if you are downwind. The only problems we found were that there is only one trash bin in the park and it was a long way to it in the back of the park. There should be several bins. Apparantly there is a problem with bears and that is why it is far away. The other consideration is that I had some important papers sent there for me before we arrived. There is NO MAIL DELIVERY there. The local post office just sends it back to sender right away. The postmaster explained to me that the park does not want to sort the mail for campers. If you have mail/medicine that needs to get to you - you must make other arrangements. They should put this on their website so people will be aware. Marsha

Received from marsha for visit in Feb 2008

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Stay Again? NO
We had camped before at Wekiva Falls Resort and been disappointed. It is located northwest of Orlando off route 46 west of Sanford. We heard that there were new owners and decided to give it a try. They no longer take Passport America. Rates are $35/night, $175/week. It is a very large campground with about 800 sites presently; The new owners have several projects underway. They have evicted more than a hundred old RVs which vastly improved things. They have torn down some decrepit buildings including the rec hall and Laundromat. They have converted the old office building to the Mastadon Market but as January 09 it doesn’t have much range of products. They have installed new modular buildings with bathrooms. The new gatehouse building is in place but not operational (due to permits) so you have to go to Mastadon Market to register. They have a natural spring (sulfurous) and swimming area that used to be surrounded by a concrete rim for patio chairs. They now have converted some of the perimeter to a sand beach. In the center they have added a floating platform with a climbing tower and two enclosed tube slides into the water. The smell from the sulfur can be a problem if you are downwind. A creek flows from the sulfur spring for about 200 feet down to the marina basin and then about1,000 feet to the Wekiva River. The Wekiva River upstream is all natural with turtles, alligators and many varieties of birds. Canoes & kayaks rent for $5/day. They are putting in new 50 amp utility posts with cable TV and presently have about 200 in and useable. They are upgrading the roads from sand to blacktop. They have replaced a lot of broken up concrete patios with new concrete ones. The marina has been revamped with many new canoes and kayaks available. The snack bar at the marina is open but mainly has only chips and sodas. They plan to try and get a liquor license. There is no enclosed pavilion for club rallies but they do have a covered area over several large picnic tables. If we lived in Florida we would consider it for hosting a club rally.

Received from Bob for visit in Dec 2008

Site Number: 679
Stay Again? YES

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