Recreational opportunities include hunting, fishing, wildlife viewing, primitive camping, biking, and hiking on two loop trails.
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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.