Florida / Ocala
Champions Run Ocala
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About the Park
OPENING APRIL 1, 2022 Discover classic Florida and the spirit of adventure here in Ocala, Marion County. Officially known as “The Horse Capital of the World,” Ocala has become a coveted equestrian and adventure destination with a rich cultural history. Champions Run RV Resort was built from the ground up to offer premier outdoor hospitality with supreme locality for visiting guests, snowbirds and on-location workers throughout the county.
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While each park attempts to accommodate your exact spot request, the on-site manager has the ultimate decision for spot placement. Rates include four (4) people, each additional person over the age of six (6) is $5 per person per night. Maximum of eight (8) people per reservation. Rates include two (2) vehicles. Additional vehicle parking may be available, please inquire with the resort. Monthly rates do not include electric usage which is billed back at the completion of each month at the prevailing electric rate per kWh. A late check-out may be available by request. Please inquire with the Front Desk in advance. There is a $10 per hour fee up until 1 pm. Guests who remain after 1 pm will be charged an additional night’s stay. All visitors must check in at the office. No refunds for early departures. DEPOSIT POLICY - Stays less than 7 days are paid in full at the time of booking. - Stays of 7 or more days require a deposit of 7 days due at booking with balance paid up ... view more
Spot2Nite convenience fees are non-refundable. CANCELLATION POLICY Daily and Weekly Reservations -Reservations cancelled up to 72 hours in advance of arrival will be refunded less a cancellation fee equal to one night’s stay. -Reservations cancelled within 72 hours of arrival will result in total forfeiture of the deposit. Monthly Reservations -Reservations cancelled between 15 days or more in advance of arrival will be refunded less a $200 cancellation fee. -Reservations cancelled within 14 days of arrival will result in total forfeiture of the deposit.