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Crystal Isles RV Resort


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Crystal Isles Resort is the perfect blend of peace, pleasure and play.  The resort features activities the whole family will love and offers direct access to the Gulf of Mexico and the spectacular waters of Crystal River.  Spend the day snorkeling with the manatees, go fresh or saltwater fishing, or enjoy the many on-site amenities the resort has to offer.  The resort also offers cabin rentals that can accommodate up to 6 people. 

Monthly And Seasonal Rates Available!

Daily Rates:                  $36 to $60  

Weekly Rates:              $217 to $336 Use Promo Code: Weekly2011

Monthly Rates:             January: $630 to $676

                                      February: $795 TO $ 835

                                      March: $630 to $675

                                      April: $450 to $505

3 Month Seasonal Rate: $1,595 to $1,903

4 Month Seasonal Rate: $1,920 to $2,228

5 Month Seasonal Rate: $2,220 to $3,080

6 Month Seasonal Rate: $2,528 to $2,580                              The Longer you stay the more you Save.

  • Accommodation Type:
  • Cabin,
  • Activities:
  • Birding, Boating, Camping
  • Amenities:
  • Basketball Court, Basketball Court, Big Rig Hook-Ups


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Fedup July 21, 2015 2:10 PM
Skinny lady (assitant manager maybe?) Very rude to my wife.
"Lake" they charge extra to be on a green soupy garbage filled mess.
Mudhole at dumpsters be careful you could get stuck.
Mold in dirty pool all over sides and bottom.
Prices that vary per person.
Many sites turn to small ponds when it rains.
Crumbling infrastructure of an old park electric and water outages. Road crumbling many large potholes.
Small lots that can't fit camper boat and truck and very little overflow parking.
Clean Bathrooms Who ever cleans these works like a champ!
Access to river and boat ramp.
Annual campers that help you back into skinny lots and show you dark areas that flood.
Stayed here Labor day weekend. Power went out twice, tried to call manager and no answer to after hours number. Paula was rude to us on checkout because we were upset about power. Manager hid in office and never said a word. Bathroom ceiling was falling down. Lots were muddy messes and for $72 dollars a night we expected much more.
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