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As a lot owner, you can visit any time you wish and enjoy the many amenities available at Lake Oklawaha RV Park.

You will own the lot so there's no frustration of hoping to find a space when you're ready to use it. Studies have shown that many "Baby Boomers" are discovering the benefits of RVing, and as a result available RV sites are becoming expensive, if you can find one at all. This is especially true in the State of Florida where so many campsites recently have converted their properties to housing developments or condominiums. If they do remain as a "campground", in many cases all sense of communing with nature has been diminished or eliminated.

And remember, we have 3,700 feet of privately owned water frontage on magnificent Lake Oklawaha!

At Lake Oklawaha RV Park, we have made the property more comfortable, added some needed conveniences but still retained the openness and natural surroundings of what camping and RV people desire the most - to get away from it all and find a friendly place that allows them to experience the best that nature has to offer and to meet and mingle with others who are just like them.

Lake Oklawaha RV Park is proud to state that we are kid and animal-friendly. So bring them along!

You can participate in some or all of these things ... or sit back and do nothing at all:

  • Fishing in Lake Oklawaha (also known as Rodman Reservoir) one of Florida's most exceptional fishing locations to catch trophy bass.
  • Swimming in the crystal clear lake or in the junior Olympic size pool next to the
  • Recreation center.
  • Boating, canoeing, kayaking.
  • Dancing, Including clogging.
  • Hiking, biking and jogging.
  • Horseback riding.
  • Hunting in the surrounding Ocala National Forest.
  • Birdwatching everywhere (including bald eagles!)
  • Horseshoe tossing.
  • Volleyball.
  • Basketball.
  • Card playing.

Gene Caro, left, landed a 19 lb catfish from Lake Oklawaha from his pontoon boat. Not to be outdone, a short time later, his younger brother, Richey, pulled in a whopper of a catfish himself - 19 lb 1 oz. We may not have heard the last of this challenge.

Swimming Pool

square dancing

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