Encore Rose Bay Good Sam Verified Campground

5200 S Nova Rd, Port Orange, FL 32127

Good Sam Verified Campground
(6 reviews) 2 out of 5 stars from 6 reviews
Good Sam Rating
Good Sam Rating
Facility 8.5
Restrooms 8.5
Appeal 8
(6 reviews) 2 out of 5 stars from 6 reviews

TROPICAL CAMPING PARADISE

Conveniently located to Daytona's fabulous white, sandy beaches and fantastic ocean fishing. Whether you're looking to explore the nearby area, take in the local attractions or relax poolside, there is something for everyone.

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Address

5200 S Nova Rd
Port Orange, FL, 32127

Open all year

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Facility

Type: RV Park
Dump station
Laundry

 

Policies

Pets welcome
Some restrictions
No tents
Folding Tent Campers Allowed
Road condition: Good
Road type: Paved
Table at site
Total spaces: 308
Spaces available: 108
Seasonal Sites: 200
Gravel sites: 58
Back-in size: 25 x 50
Room for slideouts: Yes
Shaded sites: Some
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Number of full hookups: 108
Amps: 30 Amp/50 Amp
Max Amps: 50

Restrooms
Laundry
Near NASCAR® Track:
15 mi to Daytona International Speedway
Table at site
Near NASCAR® Track:
15 mi to Daytona International Speedway
Table at site
LP gas: metered

Swimming
Body of water: Rose Bay
Shuffle board
Horseshoes
Planned activities
Horseshoes
Planned activities
Heated pool
Fishing
Boat ramp
Houseboating
Fishing
Boat ramp
Houseboating

(within 10 miles)

Fishing
Boating
Kayaking / canoeing

2 (6 reviews) 2 out of 5 stars from 6 reviews
Facility
2.1
Restroom
1.6
Appeal
1.8
What is being rated?
1 1 out of 5 stars 12/21/2020

You should know about two items of concern. 1. Train tracks border the west side of the property. Freight trains come through several times per night. Since there is also a crossing the trains come tearing through blasting their horn the entire way. The violence of the passage literally rocks your RV and makes your ears ring. We stayed two nights and had six trains per night. 2. Management says that you may not have a clothesline but you may allow your RV to become so filthy that is is completely... Read More

You should know about two items of concern. 1. Train tracks border the west side of the property. Freight trains come through several times per night. Since there is also a crossing the trains come tearing through blasting their horn the entire way. The violence of the passage literally rocks your RV and makes your ears ring. We stayed two nights and had six trains per night. 2. Management says that you may not have a clothesline but you may allow your RV to become so filthy that is is completely covered in green and black slime, be surrounded by debris and have an "attached porch" that is falling down. Office folks are nice. Be warned
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2 2 out of 5 stars 04/05/2019

After pulling into our site we discovered that the sewer hookup was broken. Also, the electrical connection was hidden under a bush and difficult to reach and the cement pad was all broken. We had already paid for our site so we asked for a different site. The one they gave us wasn't much better. Then we decided to look at the shower facilities. This was also a disaster. It appeared that this park was mostly seasonal people and not accommodating for short term or overnight RVers. I not recommend... Read More

After pulling into our site we discovered that the sewer hookup was broken. Also, the electrical connection was hidden under a bush and difficult to reach and the cement pad was all broken. We had already paid for our site so we asked for a different site. The one they gave us wasn't much better. Then we decided to look at the shower facilities. This was also a disaster. It appeared that this park was mostly seasonal people and not accommodating for short term or overnight RVers. I not recommend this park to anyone. The Good Sam rating is extremely gracious, not worthy to belong to the Good Sam system. However, the lady at the front desk was very polite and kind when refunding our registration fees.
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3 3 out of 5 stars 10/31/2017

Very nice lady in the office. Quite helpful with the park and local knowledge. Park is more of a year round trailer park than an RV resort. Most of the units are permanent. We were there shortly after the hurricanes so the park was a bit disheveled. The pool looked quite nice and clean. Have to buy a card to do laundry from a vending machine in the club house. A bit of a pain but it did work if you hold the card in front of the reader. Do not "swipe" the card in front of the reader. Hold... Read More

Very nice lady in the office. Quite helpful with the park and local knowledge. Park is more of a year round trailer park than an RV resort. Most of the units are permanent. We were there shortly after the hurricanes so the park was a bit disheveled. The pool looked quite nice and clean. Have to buy a card to do laundry from a vending machine in the club house. A bit of a pain but it did work if you hold the card in front of the reader. Do not "swipe" the card in front of the reader. Hold it steady and eventually it will work. Good location close to 95 and just over the bridge from the ocean. The park itself has little to no appeal but if you need a place to stop for a day or two it would be OK.
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2 2 out of 5 stars 05/04/2017

They call this a resort and tack on $4 per day once you get there for resort fees - added it AFTER we paid in full online. I saw a pool so I guess this is a 'resort'. Mostly full time mobile homes and campers. We had full timers on both sides of us. If you want to use Wi-Fi at this 'resort', I was informed you had to go to the laundry room/bath house to use it - that was comfortable! OMG - and the trains running day & night. I would not stay again.

3 3 out of 5 stars 01/26/2017

We are looking to relocate to Florida and choose this RV park as a base for a mid-week stay. There are many full-time campers, as well as many snowbirds staying up to 8 months of the year. Campground wifi was not as convenient as expected. There are only hotspots rather than campground wide access. I was not able to connect in the clubhouse so had to sit outside the laundry room where there was another accessible hotspot. The sites are assigned rather than picked. We have full-timers on both sides... Read More

We are looking to relocate to Florida and choose this RV park as a base for a mid-week stay. There are many full-time campers, as well as many snowbirds staying up to 8 months of the year. Campground wifi was not as convenient as expected. There are only hotspots rather than campground wide access. I was not able to connect in the clubhouse so had to sit outside the laundry room where there was another accessible hotspot. The sites are assigned rather than picked. We have full-timers on both sides of our site but the worst part is the train. Our site is very close to the train tracks and the train runs during the night - 11 p.m, 12:30 p.m., and 3 a.m. Because of the train, I would not stay again.
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1 1 out of 5 stars 01/15/2017

Large dog attacked my small dog and knocked my husband down. Bathrooms are disgusting. Picnic table not on our site. Lack of staff and amenities.

1 1 out of 5 stars 12/21/2020

You should know about two items of concern. 1. Train tracks border the west side of the property. Freight trains come through several times per night. Since there is also a crossing the trains come tearing through blasting their horn the entire way. The violence of the passage literally rocks your RV and makes your ears ring. We stayed two nights and had six trains per night. 2. Management says that you may not have a clothesline but you may allow your RV to become so filthy that is is completely... Read More

You should know about two items of concern. 1. Train tracks border the west side of the property. Freight trains come through several times per night. Since there is also a crossing the trains come tearing through blasting their horn the entire way. The violence of the passage literally rocks your RV and makes your ears ring. We stayed two nights and had six trains per night. 2. Management says that you may not have a clothesline but you may allow your RV to become so filthy that is is completely covered in green and black slime, be surrounded by debris and have an "attached porch" that is falling down. Office folks are nice. Be warned
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2 2 out of 5 stars 04/05/2019

After pulling into our site we discovered that the sewer hookup was broken. Also, the electrical connection was hidden under a bush and difficult to reach and the cement pad was all broken. We had already paid for our site so we asked for a different site. The one they gave us wasn't much better. Then we decided to look at the shower facilities. This was also a disaster. It appeared that this park was mostly seasonal people and not accommodating for short term or overnight RVers. I not recommend... Read More

After pulling into our site we discovered that the sewer hookup was broken. Also, the electrical connection was hidden under a bush and difficult to reach and the cement pad was all broken. We had already paid for our site so we asked for a different site. The one they gave us wasn't much better. Then we decided to look at the shower facilities. This was also a disaster. It appeared that this park was mostly seasonal people and not accommodating for short term or overnight RVers. I not recommend this park to anyone. The Good Sam rating is extremely gracious, not worthy to belong to the Good Sam system. However, the lady at the front desk was very polite and kind when refunding our registration fees.
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3 3 out of 5 stars 10/31/2017

Very nice lady in the office. Quite helpful with the park and local knowledge. Park is more of a year round trailer park than an RV resort. Most of the units are permanent. We were there shortly after the hurricanes so the park was a bit disheveled. The pool looked quite nice and clean. Have to buy a card to do laundry from a vending machine in the club house. A bit of a pain but it did work if you hold the card in front of the reader. Do not "swipe" the card in front of the reader. Hold... Read More

Very nice lady in the office. Quite helpful with the park and local knowledge. Park is more of a year round trailer park than an RV resort. Most of the units are permanent. We were there shortly after the hurricanes so the park was a bit disheveled. The pool looked quite nice and clean. Have to buy a card to do laundry from a vending machine in the club house. A bit of a pain but it did work if you hold the card in front of the reader. Do not "swipe" the card in front of the reader. Hold it steady and eventually it will work. Good location close to 95 and just over the bridge from the ocean. The park itself has little to no appeal but if you need a place to stop for a day or two it would be OK.
Read Less

2 2 out of 5 stars 05/04/2017

They call this a resort and tack on $4 per day once you get there for resort fees - added it AFTER we paid in full online. I saw a pool so I guess this is a 'resort'. Mostly full time mobile homes and campers. We had full timers on both sides of us. If you want to use Wi-Fi at this 'resort', I was informed you had to go to the laundry room/bath house to use it - that was comfortable! OMG - and the trains running day & night. I would not stay again.

5200 S Nova Rd, Port Orange, FL 32127
Coordinates: 29.114280, -80.985230
Elevation:

Directions
From Jct of I-95 (exit 256/Port Orange) & Taylor/Dunlawton Rd, E 2 mi on Taylor/Dunlawton Rd to Nova Rd (SR-5A), S 1.6 mi (R)

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