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 Situated on 15 acres shaded by majestic, ancient live oak and cypress trees draped in Spanish moss, many of our sites are generous, and big rigs are welcome.  All sites are full hookup, and we offer both 30-amp and 50-amp service.  Our modern utility pedestals combine water, sewer, cable, and electrical hookups on a single-well-lit tower to aid in setting up. We especially take pride in our conveniently located and immaculate bathhouses.

Primitive tent-camping (without utility hookups) is available in a wooded area conveniently located near a bathhouse.
No Extension cords on water hoses allowed

Park Amenities

Bait & Tackle Shop
Wi-Fi Internet Access
LP Gas
Full Hookups
Boat Launch
Bingo & Card Nights
Seasonal Activities
Christmas Yankee Swap
Sunrises Over the Cove
Heated Swimming Pool
Picnic Tables
Church Services
Free Cable TV
Boat Slips
Craft Classes
Exercise Classes
Annual Luau
Sunsets Over the Lake
Great Guests & Residents
Canoe Rentals
Bible Study
Potluck Dinners
Fish-Cleaning Station
Ladies' Lunch Outings
Fire Rings & Firewood Rental
Holiday Dinners & Events
Camp Store
Casino Trips
Fun! Fun! Fun!

In addition to services at the Park, there are many churches in the area. We'll be glad to give you directions to the one of your choice.  And, in our camp store you will find brochures and information about numerous local places of interest.

Local Attractions
Manatee Dives & Tours
Fishing Tournaments
State Wildlife Park
Scalloping Season
Bike Trails
Seafood Festivals
Local History Museums
Market Saturdays
Fresh & Saltwater Springs
Boat Tours
Indoor Butterfly Garden
46-Mile Nature Trail
Horse Trails
Manatee Festival
Flea Markets
Antique Car Gatherings
Scuba-Diving & Snorkeling
Ecology Tours
Designated Birding Trail
Hiking Trails
State Archeological Park
Strawberry Festival
Shopping Districts
...And So Much More!
Both Dunnellon and Crystal River have historic shopping districts with Market Saturdays and offer a variety of dining options. Our proximity to the Gulf of Mexico brings fun in scalloping season, and there are numerous dive shops and boat tour services in the area where you can arrange to swim, snorkel, or dive with native West Indian manatees!

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