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All reviews camp store seven sisters chassahowitzka river tent area primitive tent rent a canoe short paddle fish cannot comment bath house quiet at night natural setting group of friends bring your own state park long weekend crack
Stayed here on a wet long weekend. Sammy keeps the restrooms very clean. Quiet & everyone friendly. Park has full hook up, lots of trees, river for kayaking (rent or bring your own) nearby. Will go again.
Nice campsite but woman at front desk is SO RUDE. If it weren't for it being such a nice area I'd never come back on the count of woman being so nasty. I would be embarrassed to have someone work for me with the attitude...More
I went camping here by myself for the very first time. Everyone at the office was very friendly and I went during the second week of April and was literally the only camper in the tent camping area for two days. Someone from the campsite...More
We drove North from Port Richey, about 45 minutes, to spend the day on the river: Took an airboat ride, then took out a couple of kayaks on the Chad to enjoy all that beauty at a nice leisurely pace. Not enough hours in the...More
If you can overlook manager this is a wonderful campground. Camped in a 35” motorhome. We are self-contained so cannot comment on restrooms/shower facilities. Stayed in site #41. Full HU
- Level, spacious sites
- Lots of trees, most sites shaded
- Very quiet...More
Date of stay: March 2019
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Response from Dennis B, Manager at Chassahowitzka River CampgroundResponded April 17, 2019
I do appreciate the positive things you've said here. I'm sorry you had that stressful check-in experience. We would love to change the check -in process to be more logical and have less traffic snarl. It just isn't possible at this time. The owners and...More
We were tent camping. There were no cleanup fees. We cleaned up anyway. I'm not sure about cabins. I would call them to confirm, but if they want to charge a fee call them out on it. It's a private campground so they operate... More
We were tent camping. There were no cleanup fees. We cleaned up anyway. I'm not sure about cabins. I would call them to confirm, but if they want to charge a fee call them out on it. It's a private campground so they operate by a different set of rules from a state or county campground.
Look at some other grounds in the area. The Weeki Wachee is only a few minutes away. There are other options as well. Look around, and you will find a home for rent for weeks or weekends.
You can always paddle both rivers. You will pay a few bucks for parking, but the tradeoff is you have a homebase. If you go towards Weeki I highly recommend launching out of Rodger's Park. You can rent small motorized boats, kayaks, canoes, paddleboards, etc. at both locales.