RV Parks in Riverview, Florida

RV Parks in Riverview, Florida
The city of Riverview, FlA. is southeast of Tampa, less than 2 miles from interstate 75. For RV enthusiasts, there is the Hidden River Travel Resort that has all the amenities road weary travellers will welcome. Read on for more information about this RV park and the surrounding area.

Park Details

Located on 55 acres, the Hidden River Travel Resort offers 320 camp sites. Only RVs are allowed in the park, there is no tent camping permitted at Hidden River. Cable TV hook ups are also available at each camp site along with 30 or 50 amp electricity and water. There is a clubhouse to relax in that provides wireless Internet access and a recreational hall where you can host a birthday party.
Hot showers are available along with a laundry room to keep your clothes and linens clean.
Call ahead for the latest rates and the resort accepts payments in cash, personal checks and travelers checks.

Hidden River Travel Resort
12500 McMullen Loop Road
Riverview, FL 33569
(813) 677-1515

Things to Do

With a man-made lake that borders the property, boaters can launch their water craft at the resorts boat ramp to enjoy of day of fishing or boating. The heated Olympic-size swimming pool is available all year and is a great way to spend the day when the children or grandchildren come to visit.
There are plenty of other outdoor activities available at the park as well, such as horseshoe pits, shuffleboard, volleyball courts and bicycles. For the exercise enthusiasts, there is a full exercise and fitness facility on the premises.

Nearby Attractions

A short 15 miles from downtown Tampa, sports fans can catch a Tampa Bay Rays baseball game, Tampa Bay Lightning hockey game or a Tampa Bay Buccaneers football game. In just over an hour, you can be at the Walt Disney World Resort enjoying all the rides and sights the world famous park has to offer. Busch Gardens is also nearby, less than a half an hour drive to the many rides that are offered at the amusement park.

Article Written By Brian M. Kelly

Brian M. Kelly has been freelance writing since 2003. His work has been published in respected outdoor magazines such as Outdoor Life, Great Lakes Angler and Salmon Trout Steelheader. He holds an associate's degree in automated machine design from Macomb College.

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