Quail Roost RV Park

(3) Reviews

9835 North Citrus Avenue, Crystal River, FL, 34428

Quail Roost RV Park, located in Citrus County, Florida, between the towns of Dunnellon and Crystal River, caters to active seniors who enjoy being together in a quiet, country atmosphere that offers a variety of activities.

We are situated on 10 beautiful acres, with 72 full hookup sites with 30/50 AMP service. Our Park has a large 20' by 50' Solar-heated swimming pool, a beautiful air-conditioned Club House with a dance floor (lots of activities held here!), a state-of-the-art Fitness Center,  a laundry area (with hot water), and spotlessly-clean bath houses.  We also have a Rec Hall, with fireplace, which houses our campers' mailboxes, an up-to-date library, and activities are held here as well.  There is no charge for our WiFi or our cable.  Telephone service is available.  Since we are 40' above sea level, we DO NOT HAVE any "No-See-Ems!"

Quail Roost RV Campground includes amenities such as WiFi, water, sewer, electricity, laundry facilities. This big rig friendly RV park is located on 9835 North Citrus Avenue in Crystal River, FL. Shuffleboard, biking, and swimming outdoors are some of the activities you can enjoy during your stay here.

Last Updated: 10/25/2019

RV Site

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Sites 1-19,21-27,32-33,34.5 $35.00 $220.00
Sites 20,28-31,33.5-49,P1-P12,A-K (30/50 Amp) $35.00 $220.00

Deposit Policy

1. Deposit is applied to your last scheduled month's rent 2. Rent is payable monthly IN ADVANCE 3. Deposit is not refunded for unused or shortened stays

Laundry Facilities

Big Rig Friendly

Water Hookups

Fitness Room

Cable Hookups

Sewer Hookups

Fire Pit


50 Amps

30 Amps



Swimming Outdoors

9835 North Citrus Avenue, Crystal River, FL, 34428
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Overall Rating: 3.7

Pete K

Rip Off Tactics Applied Here!! Nice, Clean, and some friendly residents. I called to make a reservation and was told there would be a "storage fee" for the auto trailer I pull behind my motor home. I told Wendy, "never mind. I do not stay where I am charged to park the trailer I haul my car and motorcycle in". Ms. Wendy said she would call the manager to see if a particular site was available, and would ask about the trailer. Upon her call back, she advised that the site was available due to a no show, and I could park my auto hauler on the site, next to my motor home. Upon arrival, I was quickly instructed that I could NOT park my trailer on site, and would have to park it in the storage area. Actually, parking it in the storage area is not that big of an issue. A lot of inconvenience, but not a big deal. The real issue is when I was advised that a "storage fee" would be charged! I am not an outsider looking to "store" a trailer. I am not a permanent residence needing more space to "store" something. I use the trailer to move myself and my vehicle around for work! Even after I explained that I was told I would not be charged, I was advised that "that is the way we do things here. The storage fee MUST be paid". I will pay the storage fee, but I will not stay here after my month rental is up! I also will NEVER stay here again, due to the fact that..... I do not take kindly to being RIPPED OFF!!

Campground Response

Pete, Quail Roost RV Park is not a campground and as such we do have rules about what can and cannot be parked on a site. Our rates are based on one RV and one tow vehicle. Your motorcycle or a bike is no problem, but an extra trailer is not allowed. That is just too much to have on a site. That is why your large enclosed trailer had to be put in to storage. And since your trailer is occupying space in our storage area, we charged you $20 for the month. This is normal for both long term and short term residents here. I'm sorry that you feel you have had a bad experience, but we want to keep our Park clean and neat for everyone.

Joan Coburn

Mr. Lamont Spencer, When were you in our park? I have nothing for you in our records showing you stayed with us. Were you registered under another name?

Lamont Spencer

Spent the last 3 months here. The majority of the folks are friendly but the park as a whole is cliquey. It is also depressing, just moved to a nice park near Tybee Island. The beautiful sun made me realize just how dirty the trailer had become. We were parked under several large trees with moss everywhere. No grass, just sand and rock outside. The sites are mostly gravel with a little bit of grass, our site had none, just sand and gravel. There is a nice pool and clubhouse with activities. Caters to seniors, nothing for kids at this park. All the buildings painted a depressing shade of gray. Rent 515 + elec. We are now in a nice sunny location, with grass all around, lake out back, much happier. Do not recommend Quails Roost for a long stay. - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group