RV Park Review – Seasons In The Sun RV Resort, Mims, FL
A nice little full-service RV park in a great location to explore the Space Coast, Central-East FL. PA discount in off-season makes it a total deal.
Link to park here: Seasons In The Sun RV Resort
Link to map location here: Seasons In The Sun RV Resort
- Site quality = 4/5
Quite nice sites here, especially depending where you end up in the park. All sites are spacious back-ins that offer full hookups (50A/water/sewer) with cable TV and a nice “sitting area” with picnic table. Separation is decent throughout (for a private park) and there are sections which have shade and sections which are sunny:
- Classic Sites in Main Loop (#62-82, #89-167, #189-208) – This is the most “rustic” section in the park and also the most shaded. Sites here are all gravel with nice selection of vegetation & trees. This was actually our favorite section of the park because of it’s laid-back “state park like” feel and decent privacy. The only sites we did not like here were the small row of sites along the hill-side going up to and back from the Super Site section. These particular sites (Around #98-105, #159-167, #76-82, #189-193) were smaller, quite uneven and awkward to get into.
- Classic Sites in Circular Loop (#209-232) – Also gravel and very “rustic” in nature, but we liked these less because of the way they are arranged in a big loop near the check-in building. Not as much privacy here IMO.
- Premium Sites (#1-61) – These are all large concrete sites with plenty of space. Very nice sites but no vegetation here, so no real privacy. Also several of the sites are close to the main road which means you’ll get more road-noise. This was our least-favorite section of the park.
- Super Sites (#83-97, #168-188) – These are by far the fanciest sites in the park. Large, spacious, concrete sites with good separation. Some even get a really nice lake view out the back (#180-185). Again not a lot of vegetation here though, so not much shade or privacy. This was where we stayed and we certainly enjoyed it.
NOTE/ Sites cost $35-$48/night, depending on location & season, with weekly and monthly discounts available. Passport America is offered from April-Nov and reduces prices to $22-25/night.
- Facilities = 3.5/5
Decent facilities. There are 2 main facility buildings which each have combined walk-in shower/flush toilet and separate laundromat area. They were modern and clean, but the showers have those annoying push-button and spray type heads. Also laundromat had somewhat older machines, but was still quite nice ($1.50 wash & dry).
- Amenities = 4/5
Very good set of amenities here. There is a lovely on-site pool area with 3 separate pools (small lap pool, larger hang-out pool and Jacuzzi), a clubhouse with book-swap and small workout area, tennis courts and shuffleboard. There is also free WiFi in the Clubhouse. Only ding? We were not able to access any free WiFi from our site (we tried, but couldn’t get on).
- Location = 4.5/5
Great location to explore the Space Coast. It’s easy on/off I-95, only a few miles from Titusville (shopping/eating) and only ~20-30 mins from the amazing (and must see!) Kennedy Space Center. We were able to visit the Space Center and see a rocket launch the next day without having to drive far at all. Only ding? You do hear *some* road noise from I-95 (not much, but some) and you are not right by the water.
- Pet friendliness = 4.5/5
Good place for doggie. There is a small on-site dog-area (just a small, open grassy spot) and decent space to walk around the campground. There are also several nice little (small) nature trails and another trail behind the lake. Only dings? No poo bags & no off-leash area.
Overall rating = 4.1
BONUS ALERT = Camp just ~20 mins from the Kennedy Space Center!
Video Overview: Want to see it in living color? Check out our ~13 min overview here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MdoAhwFOgVc
Summary: We chose this park as our base to visit the Space Coast both for location and also because we were able to nab the Passport America 50% off price (April-Nov). For the price we paid and what it offers it can’t be beat. It’s a great little park which is easy on/off I-95 and only a few miles from Titusville (shopping/eating), ~20-30 minutes from the Kennedy Space Center and ~15 mins to the water (to see rocket launches!). The sites inside are all very decent, spacious sites with full hookups (50A/water/sewer) and cable TV. There are a selection of either more “rustic” & shaded “Classic” gravel sites (our favorite part of the park actually) and large, flat, open/sunny “Premium/Super” concrete sites. Lots of great little on-site amenities including 3 small on-site pools (lap pool, hangout pool, Jacuzzi), club-house, book-swap, laundromat and tennis courts. The only dings? You are still somewhat close to I-95 so you do hear *some* road noise at your site (not much, but some) and there’s no free WiFi accessible from your RV site (we tried, but couldn’t get on). We had a wonderfully spacious “Super Size” site overlooking the lake and paid only $25/night for the duration of our stay, a steal of a deal IMO. We enjoyed the convenient location to visit the Space Coast, loved the little on-site pool/Jacuzzi (we used it daily) and definitely enjoyed our stay. A great little park and we would certainly return.
Extra Info: Solid cell signal (Verizon 4 bars LTE, ATT 2 bars LTE and T-Mobile Binge-On worked great). Free WiFi hotspots around the park, but we were not able to get on from our site. All sites full hookup plus Cable TV. Classic Sites cost $35-44 (depending on season), Premium Sites cost $35-$46 (depending on season), Super Sites cost $38-48 (depending on season). Weekly and monthly discounts offered. Passport America is offered April-Nov and reduces costs to $22/night (Classic/Premium Sites) or $25/night (Super Sites). AAA discounts also offered. See latest rates HERE.SPONSORED LINK:
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Looks like a good location to stay. Lots to see on the Space Coast and 60 or less miles to Disney or Universal. You were very close to where we stay each Winter, sad I missed meeting you guys. Perhaps could have got a free investing tip. Happy Travels.
Chuck Thomad says
Great job, look forward to your reviews and save them all.. Thank you
Karen law says
The thing I like best about your reviews are the photos of sites at the end. Everyone looks for something different in selecting a site and these pictures help me decide if this park is for us. Also, I really appreciate the site maps!
And, of course, I enjoy your blog!
Ralph E. says
First, I would like to thank Nina for doing a few Florida campground reviews that was on my initial list. This one was for going to Merritt Island NWR.
As someone who went to Disney I would say that this campground is too far away for how I did things. Plus you can’t use the early bird feature for staying on Disney proper. We went 8 days and did the parks when they opened 1 hour early and stayed all day.
Nina if you want to get together in Niagara Falls, please give me an email. My wife works 3 days a week so have to be a little bit flexible as she works one out of every 3 weekends.