RV Parks in Sumterville, Florida

RV Parks in Sumterville, Florida
Sumpterville, Florida is located in the center of the state, about 75 miles northeast of Tampa and 65 miles northwest of Orlando. This town is surrounded by spots for outdoor recreation. Such sites include Lake Apopka Restoration Area, Lake Panasoffkee, and Flying Eagle Ranch. There are a variety of camping options in and around Sumpterville--including several RV parks.

Shady Brook Golf & RV Resort

Shady Brook Golf & RV Resort is located right in the heart of Sumterville. The park has a full 18-hole golf course as well as a full-service RV park which includes 150 sites, some of which can handle big rigs. These sites have full hookups with 50-amp electric. Hikers can take the 15 minute drive into Lake Panasoffkee, where many hiking trails circle the lake. Fishers will find this lake loaded with bigmouth bass.

Shady Brook Golf & RV Resort
178 N Hwy 301
Sumterville, FL 33585
(352)568-2244
no website

Wildwood KOA

The Wildwood KOA (Kampground of America, a national chain of campgrounds) is only 20 minutes north of Sumterville. This KOA offers 80-foot-long RV sites (long enough for most big rigs), 50 amp electric, free wireless Internet, a propane fill station, and a swimming pool. To get away from the campground, take the 45-minute drive south to Withlacoochee State Forest, where ample hiking and biking trails crisscross the large protected wilderness.

Wildwood KOA
882 East SR 44
Wildwood, FL 34785
(352) 748-2774
koa.com/where/fl/09183/

Villager RV Park

The Villager RV Park is also located just 20 minutes north of Sumterville. This RV park offers campers full hookups at all RV sites, free wireless Internet, laundry facilities, a recreation center, showers, and a pet-friendly atmosphere. In addition, the park offers shuffleboard, a full kitchen, cable TV, a karaoke room, and a pavilion for barbecuing or picnicking. Hikers will find opportunities to get their boots muddy at the Emaralda Marsh Conservation Area. This protected area has many miles of hiking trails and nature paths--most of which give witness to rare and protected species of waterbirds.

Villager RV Park
1201 S. Main Street
(US Hwy. 301)
Wildwood, FL 34785
(352) 748-6007
villager-rv-park.com/

Article Written By Duncan Jenkins

Based in Eugene, Ore., Duncan Jenkins has been writing finance-related articles since 2008. His specialties include personal finance advice, mortgage/equity loans and credit management. Jenkins obtained his bachelor's degree in English from Clark University.

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