Our home state is Florida, where we first set off on our RV journey, where my family lives, and where William goes for doctor's appointments. So last week, with William needing to get his annual check-up, we headed back to Palm Beach, Florida. Now if you've never been to Palm Beach you may not understand how housing works down there. Most homes are in gated communities, and even if the neighborhood isn't gated, they all have homeowner's associations (HOAs). You can find very few neighborhoods without these pesky associations. And these HOAs do not allow you to park a RV in your yard or in the neighborhood, so we couldn't stay at any of our families' homes. And due to the extreme over population of this area of Florida, there was really only one place to park our RV - Palm Beach Traveler Park.
With few options, we went ahead and booked Palm Beach Traveler Park for a one week stay, and we were pleasantly surprised! Nestled in between neighborhoods in the busy town of Lake Worth, Florida (Palm Beach County), Palm Beach Traveler Park is convenient, quiet and very well maintained! The staff is wonderful, making sure they were there when we pulled in, helping my husband take the trailer off the RV (they place the trailers in a secure area), and helping us level and park the RV. None of this was necessary, but it was nice to have someone help Greg with all the stuff he does to set us up to camp!
The campground is quiet, and you can tell some people stay months at a time at this location. And who wouldn't?! Only a few miles from a South Florida beach - which if you've never been to a South Florida beach they are just about perfect - and conveniently located next to just about any necessity you could think to need, this campground is almost perfect. While I do prefer being out in quieter locations, if you are from or have been to South Florida, you know there aren't many quiet spots left, but the beaches are worth a few nights in this busy area!
The facilities are immaculate and up to date. The indoor pool was perfect for cooling off after the extremely hot South Florida day. The office even has a couch and TV you can watch while you wait on your laundry - which was super convenient, and the machines take debit or credit cards! Amazing if you don't have any quarters on hand! They offer clean showers and restrooms in this area too, along with shuffleboard, bocce ball and horseshoes! You just might feel like a regular Florida retiree staying here!
All in all, our stay at Palm Beach Traveler Park was great. The pricing is a little high, but for the area and the accommodations, well worth the price. Since this is our home state, we will be using this spot often, and recommend (if you can) booking for a week, as the weekly rate is so much cheaper than the daily rate! The staff was so friendly and helpful, that I can't imagine having a need for anything while you are there. So whether you head to South Florida regularly, or it is your first time down, check out Palm Beach Traveler Park for a great RV stay!
I am a mother and stepmother, fierce slayer of mental illness, writer and traveler. I love the constant change of the road, and the experiences it brings our family. We have learned so much being full-time RVers, and love the freedom this lifestyle gives us.