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Campsite opened from 01 January till 31 December
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3.5 / 5 (7 votes )

Encore's Orlando Winter Garden RV Resort

13905 West Colonial Drive
34787, Winter Garden
Florida, the United States

Located a few short miles from Disney, Orlando Winter Garden Campground is the premier destination for campers in search of a wide variety of recreational activities. Situated among acres of pine and oak woods, we are small enough to be friendly, but big enough to provide all the amenities and activities your family could want. Orlando Winter Garden amenities include two pools, wifi, modern laundry facilities, LP Gas, basketball and Orlando Winter Garden has a pond for fishing. Whatever you are looking for in a vacation destination, you will find it here. Orlando Winter Garden accommodates travel trailers, motor homes and 5th wheel units. We provide electricity, water, sewer hook-ups and cable TV. Orlando Winter Garden also accommodates pop-up trailers and campers.

Characteristics campsite

Accomodation
Caravans
Campers

Facilities
Electricity
TV connection
Camping shop

Qualifications
Dogs
Youth groups area

Recreation
Playground
Swim in natural water
Golf court
Boat hire
Fishing

Sanitary
Baby change facilities
Washing cabins
Washing machines
Laundry driers


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Reviews

Anonymous
English (US)
So we really like the campground. Place is great. However the Manager is not a nice person. Every time we went in to office she was snapping at someone. Always acted like we were interrupting her. I know here job can be stressful but she needs to be nicer to the customers. Starlink was ok here
1 month ago

ELarew
English (US)
The location gives the most benefit here. The park gives a bit of an oasis in a busy suburban area. We found the staff helpful and efficient--we had some issues with our original assigned site and they quickly gave us another that worked very well for us. A lot of traffic noise, but to be expected along a busy highway (Colonial/Hwy 50)--location has its plusses and minuses. We drove a bit (15-30 minutes) to the Lake Apopka North Shore Wildlife Drive. Free with a great many birds, gators, and one croc who seemed particularly...interested...in us. We also enjoyed the downtown area. Good restaurants and a great bookstore, and also close to Mt. Dora which we enjoy for the same reasons.
1 year ago

sowickesited
English (US)
Paid $55 for a single night stay. We're Thousand Trails members but they didn't have any TT availability so we paid the full price minus our 20% TT discount. Site 126 is towards the back located in the middle of a bunch of permanent residents. They were all very friendly but it felt strange to be parking in the middle of a bunch of trailers when there are RV sections in the park. Full hookups (50amp, water, sewer) but a couple issues. The water and power were located at the back. Not bad, but a long stretch. The water was shared with our back neighbor who was using a Y valve to split water to 2 sources. When we connected our water, the pressure was very low as you would expect with 3 hoses from a single spigot. The sewer was located uphill near the back of our unlevel site and took 2 hoses full stretch to reach. It was pretty much impossible to get the hose elevated enough to let gravity do its job. That meant we had to manually lift and hold our stinky slinky in our hands to allow the stuff to go downhill. Not the most exciting evening exercise. The front desk service was abysmal. Probably the worst we've had in a year of full-timing. We arrived 5 minutes before approved check-in and we asked "we know we're a couple minutes early, but is that ok?" to which she responded "no, that's not ok and you can't wait out front. You'll need to leave." Whaaaat? Luckily another employee was nearby and informed her that all the guests that needed to exit had already left so she begrudgingly let us go in. She cussed multiple times, informed us that she hated guests like "us" (what does that mean?) and slammed the paperwork down without giving us instructions. Probably just a bad day, but wow! Take a chill pill! The playground is pretty worn down but the pool was fine for letting the kids swim around for a bit. Worked for an overnight stay but we're glad we didn't choose this "resort" for a longer stay.
2 years ago

John & Tami
English (US)
We arrived at this park in December, 2019. It is located between 2 busy roads. One a multi lane road. (The plus is you are really close to a Publix and an Aldi.) Our site was pretty level but on the tight side. In fact most spaces were narrow. The park was well maintained. The pool, work out room, game room and activity center were all well maintained. (The bathroom/showers were under renovation so we did not see those.) We did not have any rain like Dan and Jen talked about, but I could see where that might be a problem. The laundry has to have a card you buy at the front desk and then load with $. If your not planning on using the laundry a lot, I suggest your save money buy going to a laundromat. The people at the park were very friendly and helpful with advice about the town. We ended up exploring the town, local food and shops which were very cool. The bike trails were awesome! For these reasons, we will definitely be back! We give the park 3 stars, but the location of the park and town makes it a 4 star.
3 years ago

Dan & Jen Nevada
English (US)
Not the worst park we've been at but it's got some serious problems. It's a muddy mess when it rains even a little and it stays that way for days. Our site is a lake right now with muddy ruts where we park our toad. Plenty of traffic noise but thankfully that's drowned out by our neighbors that carry on outside our bedroom until 4 am. Sites are very close together both side to side and back to back. Lot's of annual residents too, many of whom aren't 55+ retirees. The good? It seems clean and well kept enough. The pools look nice. The best parts? We stayed as part of our Thousand Trails membership so the nightly price was $0 and it's about 20 minutes from the heart of Disney World. Those are the only reasons we'd stay here again.
3 years ago