This park features a boat ramp, fishing, grill, horseshoe pit, pavilion, pet station, picnic areas, playground, and restrooms.
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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”.
This 4,460-acre lake and Fish Management Area is unusual; a true spring-fed lake, water depths seldom exceed four feet. I-75 runs along the eastern edge and C.R. 470 along the southern and western shore. A public ramp is available on the Outlet River, west of the lake on C.R. 470.
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.
Our Father’s Haven Bed and Breakfast is a uniquely envisioned get-away located on 20 beautiful acres adjacent to the magnificent Withlacoochee State Forest and nearby picturesque Withlacoochee River. This recently constructed facility (2007) offers fine accommodations in a relaxed, down-home atmosphere.