This is a pet-friendly, family-oriented campground with large shaded lots. The park provides a welcoming, relaxing stay that is clean, safe, and affordable. It includes 23 full hookup RV sites and 1 electric site. It is quiet and wooded and located on the edge of town, about 15 minutes from shopping, but far enough for guests to enjoy nature. Area attractions include Cedar Key, fishing, diving, kayaking, bike trails, and hunting. An owner’s home, built in 2019, is located at the front of the property and offers three bedrooms and two bathrooms in 1,472 square feet. This beautiful and newer home provides energy efficient HVAC, the appliances are in great condition, and there are 9’ ceilings throughout. This is a great opportunity for an owner who wants to live on the property. The area provides a lower cost of living while being surrounded by nature’s playground.
2019 Jacobson Modular 1,472 sq. ft., 3 bed, 2 bath. Located in the front 2 acres outside of the campground area. Includes an office area. This is a beautiful newer house with everything in great working condition. It has 9’ ceilings throughout, and a oversized tiled master bath. The whole house except the bedrooms has laminate wood-pattern flooring. All the walls are painted alike with 1 accent wall in the living area which has an open concept to the kitchen. A European style washer and dryer room is off the kitchen. Outside there is a small front porch, and very large back porch. The average electric on the house is $125 during the summer with the AC set at 76 degrees. The energy cost is even less during the winter.
38’ x 40’ sheet metal construction. Dirt floor barn type building used for equipment storage. Located on the front 2 acres outside the park. 12’ x 20’ wooden shed stores tools and mower.
Awning and screened room
14’ x 38’ RV awning located next to the barn. 10’ x 14’ screened sitting room for tenants located in the park.
Cedar Key, Manatee Springs State Park, Waccasassa Bay Preserve State Park, Chiefland Astronomy Village, Goethe State Forest, Fanning Springs State Park, Devil’s Den and Blue Grotto for cave diving, Blue Springs and Fanning Springs (within 20 minutes). Rainbow River and Ginnie Springs for floating (25-30 minutes away). Silver Springs in Ocala is an hour away and large enough for a pontoon boat. It’s good for manatee viewing and sometimes even monkey watching. Ocala is also the home of the World Equestrian Center and the horse capital of the world. Swim with the manatees in Homosassa Springs (30 minutes away). Gainesville has shopping, including Lowes, Home Depot, Publix, and Sam’s Club (30 minutes away). There are opportunities for fishing, diving, kayaking, bike trails, and hunting.