Crystal Isles Resort
Park Features & Amenities
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Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps
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Over priced. Over rated. Under Water?
Encore proved itself to be unreliable again! Thy charged us $38 plus a "resort" fee of $4 plus tax. We never found a "resort" just a standard pool.
Some sites are on a canal. Most are wooded, so nice shade. Most are under water when it rains. Puddles and standing water every where which equals mud! Somewhat level gravel sites. Only a few have concrete slabs for a picnic table.
Average older Florida park
Lots of long term folks that pack 10 pounds into a 5 pound site. Sites are on the small side. Probably wouldn't have made it in or out of site had the sites across the road been occupied. Narrow roads within CG. Staff were friendly but short on info as they were busy. Stayed at a discount under Ready Camp Go. Would check on other CG's in area if a I had to pay full price.
This is by far one of our most favorite parks. We have stayed here twice traveling with my husbands job. Monthly rates are very pricey especially during snowbird season. There's lots to do in the park. Swimming pool is nice and recently redone. Lots are semi- graveled with concrete patio. The only complaint is "NO SEE UMS"! They're horrible and will eat you alive especially late evening and night.
Near Homasassa Springs
We chose this park because it was near Homasassa Springs and we wanted to go to the wonderful wildlife state park there. There aren't any state parks that have camping in this part of Florida.
There are lots of seasonal people in the park and it offers lots to do--nice swimming pool with hot tub, lots of activities, a nice buffet breakfast on the weekends. It sits on a backwater that takes you into the gulf.
The showers are nice but quite small. And there are only 2 women's showers for the entire campground, so I expect they expect most people will use the bathrooms in their RVs. But there are 10 washing machines, which tells you something about the park.
The sites are gravel, sort of. The gravel is kind of sitting in the middle of the grass in the site. The sites are ample for a private park and level. You do have a concrete pad to put your table on. We weren't able to sit or eat outside, however, because the no-see-ums were really hungry and ready to eat us alive.
Great staff, lots to do in campground and surrounding area. No see ums an issue, but that's Florida.sites well maintained and level. Lots of folks been coming here for 10+ years. Our first time and we will be back.