I first stayed at the Lazy Days Tampa RV park for a Fleetwood rally. The park was very busy, I was not impressed.
The park is attractive enough, and I don't think freeway noise is much of an issue, the pool is very nice as is the on site café (Exit 10), but site access for a big rig is not ideal. The sites are narrow, short and most are perpendicular to the road and add in many ornamental trees to the mix. Because many can't fit their toad or tow vehicle on the site with the RV they end up parked in the street. This can leave barely enough space to drive down the center and none for maneuvering into a site.
There are a few areas in the park where access is not an issue. There is a row across from the office/pool, behind the check-in parking area, where access is easy because you have that large parking area in which to maneuver. That's where I'll typically see the big Prevost, Newells or other 45' rigs. There are a couple of cul-du-sacs in the park and sites in those are easy access. There are a handful of other sites in the park that are good too, but unless I KNOW where they're going to put me when I make reservations, I won't go. I've never been on or seen a site where a big rig and your toad or tow vehicle will both fit, most end up parking perpendicular to the RV in front of it.
I had a conversation with one of the managers at the time of our first visit and offered the opinion that given that they built that park from scratch, and that they've always sold the big rigs, there was no excuse for the poor design.
Jay & Peggy Monroe with Dolly
Can't take it with you - don't plan on leaving any behind
2016 Newmar London Aire 4553, Spartan chassis
Wrangler Unlimited toad