7895 NE Cubitis Ave Arcadia, FL 34266

Phone: 863 494-1820
Email: craigsrvpark@gmail.com

Craig's RV Park was the first rv park started in DeSoto County in the fall of 1979. Built by Victor and Sara Craig with the help of grandma Doris Craig, on what was a 20 acre orange grove, we started with 8 campsites and a dream of creating an oasis for winter visitors. Over the years we have expanded to over 77 acres with more than 300 sites, offering something for everyone. Managing the day to day operations for over 20 years, third generation Allen and Vicky welcome you to your Florida Family Home.

Our lots include full-hookup sites with water, electric, sewer and cable TV. Internet is also available for an additional charge. We also offer pull-through sites. Our facilities are certified to the highest quality standards. CRAIG'S RV PARK is about more than just camping. Situated in a serene natural setting away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, with exceptional service and plenty of recreational activities to choose from. Whether you're looking to embrace nature or enjoy a camping vacation without giving up the amenities of modern life, it's all here at CRAIG'S RV PARK.


In our air conditioned game room and rec hall we offer free and paid entertainment. Other activities coordinated are bus tours, cruises, horse shoes, shuffle courts, billiards, music, dancing, and Bingo. These are just a few things to keep you active while at Craig's RV Park.

All information about this park is subject to change. Please call them for inquiries or visit their website at www.craigsrvpark.com

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