RV Parks in Plant City, Florida

RV Parks in Plant City, Florida
Plant City, Fla., is in Hillsborough County about 25 miles east of Tampa and 70 miles west of Orlando. Plant City is best known for its strawberries and the annual festival named after the locally grown fruit. The annual Strawberry Festival, which started in 1930, has become one of the top 50 fairs in the country. It celebrates the 5,000 acres of strawberry fields in the area.

Lazydays RV Campground

The Lazydays RV Campground (formerly RallyPark RV Park) has 300 sites with full 50-amp hookups. Free cable television is provided. The campground is within easy driving distance of Disney World and Universal Studios in Orlando.

Lazydays RV Campground
6210 County Road 579
Seffner, FL 33583
(866) 703-3075

Lakeland RV Resort

Lakeland RV Resort has 230 sites with full electric hookups, including 100 with pull-thru. The roads are paved and wide enough for any size of RV. The park has a heated pool.

Lakeland RV Resort
900 Old Combee Road
Lakeland, FL 33805
(863) 687-6146

Happy Traveler RV Park

The Happy Traveler RV Park has full electric hookups and visitors can have cable or phone. There is convenient access to Tampa.

Happy Traveler RV Park
9401 E. Fowler Ave.
Thonotosassa, FL 33952
(813) 986-3094

Southern Aire RV Resort

The Southern Aire RV Park frequently hosts AKC (American Kennel Club) participants, judges and attendees. The community is pet-friendly. Wireless Internet is available. The kitchen provided by the park has full hookups.

Southern Aire RV Resort
10511 Florence Ave.
Thonotosassa, FL 33592
(813) 986-1596

Rainbow Village RV Resort

There are 382 spaces available in the Rainbow Village RV Resort. The park provides high-speed wireless Internet. Shower and laundry facilities are available. There are paved roads for biking.

Rainbow Village RV Resort
4150 Lane Road
Zephyrhills, FL 33541
(813) 782-5075

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