Tiki Village Campground

905 Crevasse St. Lakeland, FL 33809

Fax: 863-853-9446
Reservations: 863-858-8217

Welcome to the Tiki Village Campground & RV Park. We offer Florida visitors, and residents, a beautiful and very clean park. We are centrally located between Tampa and Orlando, right in the middle of the biggest and best Attractions Central Florida has to offer!

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Go 1 block north of Interstate 4 off Exit 32 (Old Exit 18) on 98N. Turn right at the first stop-light (Crevasse Street) - Between Chevron Station and Steak 'N Shake. Go 1/4 Mile, we are located on the left just past RV World.

Office Hours:

9am - 5pm
Closed on Sundays starting May 1st

Check out time 11am
Check in time is 12pm


Covered Pavilion, Gas, ADA Compliant, Pool Heated, Laundry, Internet Connection Dial-Up, Patio, Pets on Leash, Picnic Area, Propane Sales, Pull Thru Sites, Rec Hall/Clubhouse, Recreational Area, Showers, Tables, Pool Outdoor, Convenience Store, RV

Hookups Available:

Elec. 30 Amp, Elec. 50 Amp, Full Hookups, Phone Hookup


Horseshoes, Shuffleboard, Volleyball Court, Fresh water Fishing

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