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Kelly's RV Park


142 NW Kelly Lane
White Springs, FL 32096
386.397.2616
info@kellysrvpark.com
http://www.kellysrvpark.com/
3 Reviews
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We stayed there for five days during the FL Folk Festival and enjoyed it very much. While it is not a "resort" it is clean, comfortable, friendly and well laid out. We have a 27' TT and had no difficulty with backing to our site. It was nicely shaded,quiet and a lot of bird activity. We will back there again for next year's festival.

Received from Harold for visit in May 2009


Site Number:
Stay Again? YES
Level pull-thrus and back-ins with full hookups, some sites on concrete pads and patios, some sites in shade and some mostly in the open. Friendly park with scheduled activities. FREE WiFi. Moderate daily price and inexpensive monthly rates.

Received from Norm for visit in Jan 2007


Site Number: None
Stay Again? YES
This campground is right on US 41, but is wooded with lots of oak trees (gotta be ready for acorns) and spanish moss; there are nature trails on either side of the RV park and a lake in the rear; The thing that takes away from the setting is that the first part of the park consists of several mobile homes for permanent and winter residents - they are well maintained, but we didn't like the feeling of being among permanent dwellings; We were able to get satellite reception, but had to pull the rig up to the edge of our site to get around some trees. Could handle any rig; However, the pull-through sites were all large gravel sites and not as attractive as the neighboring back-in sites with concrete pads. This was another RV park that we would not have ordinarily liked, but it had a little better feel than the other RV parks we have stayed in, and it had great access to nature activities; The negatives were the uncomfortable gravel pad, the outdated laundry and shower facilities, and the mobile homes, but there were enough positives (especially the Passport America discount). However, if we are in the area again, I think we would opt for the campground at the Stephen Foster Culture Center State Park (even without sewer hook-up) down the road for a few dollars over the Passport American price at Kelly's - we visited it, and it has the more natural setting and campground feel that we like

 

Received from Howard for visit in Nov 2005


Site Number: 138
Stay Again? NO



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