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Seasons in the Sun Motorcoach Resort – Mims, FL

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We recently stayed at Seasons in the Sun Motorcoach Resort and had a great time. The campground is located about 1/2 mile west of I-95, exit 223 in Mims, Florida. It’s just far enough away from I-95 so you won’t hear much road noise.

The resort consists of 5 distinct camping areas. “The Groves” is an area surrounded by citrus trees, with sites for Class A and Class C motor homes. “The Hammocks” and “The Woods” are two areas tucked away in the woods, with sites for motor homes, fifth wheels and travel trailers. “The Palms” is an area with extra large sites and a tropical feel. “Circle the Wagons” is a rally centrally located in the park but allows you the feeling of being “off to yourselves”.

All sites have hookups for sewer and water, 50/30/20 amp electric, telephone, modem and cable ready. All sites have WiFi. Amenities include private bathhouses, laundromats, tennis courts, shuffle board, nature trails, and planned activities.The facilities were clean and well maintained. The staff was friendly, polite and helpful.

They have a 6000 sq. ft. clubhouse that includes outdoor swimming & lap pools (heated in winter), two spas, a library area, exercise equipment, a full kitchen, TV, billiard area, and a dance floor. (Clubhouse is closed off season 5/1-10/31).

This is a nice campground to spend a few days at. Mims is a short drive from the Atlantic Ocean beaches and Kennedy Space Center, so there’s plenty to keep you occupied during your stay. I recommend Seasons in the Sun to my fellow I-95 travelers!

2 Comments

  1. The KOA is next door and is getting a little seedy looking. Seasons in the Sun is a true “resort with large swimming pools (one heated) and a hot tub. Three or four ponds with resident alligators, tennis courts, a large clubhouse with a workout room and plenty of planned activity.

  2. was this formerly a koa or is there still a koa nearby?

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