Southern Comfort RV Resort

345 E Palm Dr
Homestead, FL 33034

(305) 248-6909
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Park Features & Amenities

Camp Basics

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Pull Through Sites:


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Pets Allowed:


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Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard

Utilities & Amenities

Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps











Wireless Internet:





Swimming Pool:




Traveler Tips

The center section on the west side is mainly the transient area which has the pull thrus. A couple of those are tent sites with only water and electric.

On the west side of the park there is a large storage area.

The 700, 800 and 900 rows have 50 amp service available.

Except for the transient sites and some over by the Tiki bar, the majority of the sites have concrete patios with a picnic table.

If you want a park with lots of activity each day, this is not for you. But the residents have their own groups who organize potlucks, game contests, etc. It's a friendly park and many people have been coming for a long time.

There are 4 cabins for rent as well as 3 or 4 RVs, but you have to ask for them. Those who book for 3 months or more between Oct. and March receive a discount on the monthly rate. If you come just for Feb. you will pay by the week, which is much more expensive.

Traveler Reviews

Brittany S.
1 review

Would Not Recommend, Does Not Cater to Law Enforcement

We inquired about reserving one of their cabins for a week long stay over Thanksgiving. We let them know that we would have 2 adults and 3 children. The lady I spoke with informed us that she would need the owner’s approval for the number of occupants and an extra fee may apply. We received approval for our request October 13th, mailed the deposit per their request, and obtained an email confirming the reservation on October 17th.

At the end of October I attempted to reach the resort by phone and email to add my partner’s name (he is currently the chief of a law enforcement department) to the reservation, since he was going to arrive first. I received an email response a week later, asking how many people were coming again. Over the course of the next few days, I attempted calling to provide the information they were requesting. When I finally spoke with a representative and provided my partner’s information, she responded by letting me know the owner would be calling me back. I received a phone call yesterday from a representative, not the owner, stating my reservation had been canceled and there was nothing I could do about it. I pleaded my case with the representative that it was a last minute cancellation after an agreement had been reached and a deposit had been accepted, and they stated the cancellation had already been made and that my deposit would be refunded. Now we’re left to find a place a week before Thanksgiving and deal with the last minute price increases.

The lack of integrity, communication, and consideration considering how long this reservation has been in place speaks volumes about their business practices. We would not recommend doing business with this company and apparently they don’t care about doing business after finding out a law enforcement family had made reservations.

Date of Stay:
 November, 2021

1 review

great park

Stayed last year and headed back...Iris at the front office is a peach...always smiling and greeting...Tiki bar is great...dont have to leave the park to have a DUI's...they cater to the construction people at the power plant...and they take real good care of walk area is big...headed back to the park this weekend...

Date of Stay:
 March, 2011

1 review

A bit loud on weekends

SC is nice & quiet thru the week, but when the tiki hut is open it gets noisy & hard to sleep at night. The gated entry is nice except it is open when tiki huts open for public access which defeats the purpose in my opinion. Pool needs some TLC but is definitely swimmable. Sites have concrete patio & are average size. Water drainage is issue if in rainy season, if you don't mind wading ankle or deeper water it shouldn't bother you.