a tranquil wonderland of natural beauty where nearly all campsites lay under a canopy of majestic live oaks. Spanish moss hangs from graceful branches as picturesque Frog Creek meanders by. The setting is truly beautiful, rustic and restful.
Join us for a night if you are just passing through, for a week of family fun, or for the winter season to escape chilly northern temperatures. The grounds of the park are blanketed with colorful foliage and tropical palms as well as live oaks and cypress found along Frog Creek.
We camped in a travel trailer for three nights lastFebruary and right away booked for two weeks this February. It is a friendly well maintained campground with so many activities and lovely heated pool. We enjoyed the social activities and campfires. Counting the hours until we return next week!
I just read the review that Frog Creek is not kid-friendly, and that has NEVER been my experience. My family (1 son) has stayed at Frog Creek the past 3 Marchs, and the staff and other campers have ALWAYS been kind and friendly to my family. Our first year, my son was 6 mo. This year, he is 2 1/2. We have participated in several events offered at the campground, and my son has been welcome and people were very friendly.
We found this park on the internet about 5 years ago when we were looking for a place to camp for a few weeks while visiting friends in Florida. We were drawn to the park when we saw the natural “Real Florida” atmosphere with Live Oak trees and the nature preserve. The dog park sealed the deal since we camp with 2 active dogs who need a place to run off-leash. We stayed in the park for 1 month the first year, 2 months the 2nd year and now stay 3 months each winter. We traded in our 27 foot trailer for a 38 foot 5th wheel that now remains onsite all year. We even returned for a 2-week summer visit with our daughter and grandchildren this year. I overheard my daughter talking with her husband on the phone and telling him how beautiful and clean the park is and that she now understands why we choose to return each year.
Dave and Debbie, the park managers, maintain the park meticulously and bend over backwards to be sure everyone enjoys their stay, whether weekend campers, winter campers, or permanent residents. They offer many activities and special events throughout the winter months. In fact, we find ourselves trying to fit outside excursions into our busy park schedule. If we aren’t careful, we might find ourselves never leaving the park! We feel fortunate to belong to the Frog Creek Family. Nobody is a stranger at Frog Creek!
We have been going to Frog Creek Campground for 12 or 13 years. The longest we’ve stayed is 3 months and the shortest is likely about 2 weeks. Frog Creek is a beautiful park with lots of natural beauty. The campsites are spacious. But the best part of all is the friendly atmosphere that permeates throughout the park, from management (the best ever, by the way!) to workcampers to the campers themselves. We have made lasting friendships that are second to none. The pool is warm, the rec hall is inviting, and the Toad House is a special spot for just hanging out.