Better Times RV and Mobile Home Park, is a Family owned and operated, nice, quiet campground with 84 sites
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Blueberry Hill RV Community is located minutes from 1-75 for easy access and convenience to nearby shopping, restaurants, and so much more. We are a pet-friendly RV community with full hookup RV sites to fit RVs of all sizes. No RV, no problem. Blueberry Hill RV Community offers charming vacation homes for rent or to buy.
100 total RV sites, can accommodate any size RV, full hook-ups, 30/50 amp service, pull through & back-in sites, new laundry and bathroom facilities, Free Wi-Fi, picnic tables at sites, pond, fishing nearby, pets welcome, heated pool, clubhouse, shuffleboard, social…
Our park is unique in that it is a 55+ community for singles. Widowed, divorced, never been married and living a singles life-style. We have lots of activities and fun. Our community is like a large family. We look out…
Idlewild Lodge and RV Park is located on the spring-fed waters of Lake Panasoffkee and built on 3 acres with 10 cabins and 10 RV pads. Positioned as a boutique lodge, groups may find it ideal to host private events and families will find the amenities to be entertaining while also serving as a unique, but truly “Floridian” nature experience. Located on the western perimeter of Lake Panasoffkee, Idlewild sits across a 9,911 acre state park preserving Lake Panasoffkee’s vast floodplain forest, natural springs, pine flat-woods, freshwater marshes, and oak scrub forest.
Our park, situated on Lake Deaton, in Wildwood FL, is surrounded by natural beauty and provides relaxation with the convenience of being close to both the east and west coasts, as well as the Orlando and Tampa area attractions. The…
The camp sits on the very south end of the Beautiful Lake Panasoffkee. You can catch Bass, Pan Fish, Such as Bluegill, Redbelly’s, and a variety of brim, stumpknockers, speckled perch (crappie) and Catfish. Whether your a live bait or artificial bait use, You may get the “BIG ONE”.
Lake Panasoffkee WMA lies along the eastern shore of Lake Panasoffkee, in north central Sumter County. This nearly 9,000-acre area was acquired between 1990 and 1997 to preserve the lake and its associated floodplain forests. Four spring-fed creeks enter the lake.