Embassy RV Park
Park Features & Amenities
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Credit Cards Accepted: NA
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps
Worst park EVER
We stayed for about a month at this place . It is the worst , most unfriendly place we have ever stayed. The staff is bar far the most unprofessional and nosiest we have dealt with. They harassed us from day one. They cut our drain line with a weed eater and then blamed us for having a dry rotted drain hose. While we were away for the day they took upon them selves to to shut the drain valves located in a side compartment in our RV. The full time so called manager is continuously looking to harass folks. They have crap all around their place and harass everyone else for having stuff outside their rig. There are rules for full timers and rules for part timers for sure . Would never recommend this place to anyone and it is not in a very safe part of town and their is no fence, gate and or security. VERY UNSAFE !!
Peace and Quiet
I've been here for 3 months now. I work in the Miami area as do a few others. It's a nice mixture of a few full-timers and those who stay for a few days.
What first impressed me were the beautiful large oak trees. I learned that this park was part of a large estate.
The park is privately owned. The owners are very hands on, ensuring that everyone here has a good experience.
I am 1/2 mile away from the freeway that gets me to work yet there is no freeway noise in the park. I'm 20 minutes from MIA and 15 minutes from FLL. When I leave town I usually take Uber to FLL ($16) and leave my car parked at Embassy. When I'm gone I don't have to worry about my car or my RV. The staff is really good at watching over my place.
If you're looking for a quiet place in a bustling metropolitan area this is it.
When I come home all I have to decide is how long my nap is going to be by the pool.
I stayed at this RV park for a month. I was harrassed by one of the long term tenants and when I complained to the owners about the creepy sexual nature of the harrassment, I was alienated from the rest of the campground. After this, I was also given hostile lectures if my mail was left it the community mail box for two days. Furthermore, I was told I was not allowed to put my awning out completely. I think that at $560 a month for a parking spot, I should be able to put my awning out. I put my awning out part way so I'd have a shady place to read. The day after I'd done this, I had an eviction notice on my door. This place made it clear to me that they did not want my business. I've happily moved on to friendlier and more welcoming RV park. I think with the numerous RV parks in the area with identical ammentities, one may want to look around before commiting to Embassy RV Park in Pembroke Park, Florida.