Lake Oklawaha RV Park

 

Campground Type
RV Park

Location:
15991 N. E. 243rd Place Rd.
Ft. McCoy, Florida 32134

Phone:
352-546-2151

Campground Details

Open: Open all year
Number of Full Hookup Sites: 399


About: After 15 years of operation as a standard RV park, Lake Oklawaha has been a favorite destination for thousands of people and their families and friends. After great demand, it was decided to allow RVers to purchase their own lots at the park and in doing so, take advantage of all that the facility has to offer. The changes at the Park are many, much to the delight of those who have visited lately.

Located on a bluff overlooking the 13,000-acre Lake Oklawaha (also known as the Rodman Reservoir), the park is surrounded by the 400,000-acre Ocala National Forest. The park has taken the best nature has to offer and enhanced it with the amenities and conveniences desired by today's RVers.

We have 3,700 feet of privately owned water frontage on magnificent Lake Oklawaha!

Amenities:
-Paved roads
-Sites with water, sewer and electric hookups
-Sites range from 55 ft to 75 ft long
-Sites are 40 to 45 ft wide
-Some pull-thru sites are available
-20/30/50 amp service
-Clean restrooms with hot showers
-Coin-operated laundry - recently expanded, remodeled and upgraded
-All sites are back to back (not shared) ... great for groups and families and friends traveling together.
-Junior Olympic size swimming pool
-6,000 s.f. Recreation Center
-Children welcome
-Pets welcomed, including horses
-Kids' Play Area
-Pool Table
-Library
-50 amp sites available
-Shuffleboard Courts (coming soon)
-Horseshoes Pits
-Mailboxes
-A secure storage facility
-Handicap accessible
-Rentals of your site handled by Park office at your request
-Coming soon - A shopping plaza with a fully-stocked convenience store, retail shops and food service.
-And, of course, a location that is surrounded by the magnificent Ocala National Forest, one of the south's best bass-fishing lakes and the site of many awe-inspiring sunrises and sunsets. We can't take credit for these ... you need to thank Mother Nature!

Directions:
From I-75 Driving South
Take Exit #368 (CR 318) left (East) to Hwy. 441 - turn right on Hwy. 441 to CR 316 - turn left on CR316 - go through Ft. McCoy and Eureka on CR 316 until you pass over a high bridge (over the Oklawaha River). Take the next left onto N.E. 160th Avenue Rd. Drive approximately 11 miles to the R.V. Park from CR 316.

From I-75 Driving North
Take Exit #358 (SR 326) right (East) to Hwy. 301 - turn left on Hwy. 301 to CR 316 - turn right on CR 316 - go through Ft. McCoy and Eureka on CR 316 until you pass over a high bridge (over the Oklawaha River). Take the next left onto N.E. 160th Avenue Rd. Drive approximately 11 miles to the R.V. Park from CR 316.

From Hwy. 40 (Silver Springs)
Take Hwy. 40 east to CR 315 - turn left on CR 315 to CR 316 at Ft. McCoy - turn right on CR 316 and go through Ft. McCoy and Eureka on CR 316 until you pass over a high bridge (over the Oklawaha River). Take the next left onto N.E. 160th Avenue Rd. Drive approximately 11 miles to the R.V. Park from CR 316.

From Hwy. 19
Take CR 316 west from Salt Springs. Look for the high bridge (over Oklawaha River), but before the bridge take a right onto N.E. 160th Avenue Rd. Drive approximately 11 miles to the R.V. Park from CR 316.
 

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