Fort McCoy / Lake Oklawaha KOA

15991 NE 243rd Place Road

Fort McCoy, FL 32134

Reserve: 800-562-9389

Info: 352-546-5500

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Campground Activities

The following activities are available to our campers year-round. Contact us during office hours with any questions or for assistance.

 

HORSESHOES

We have horseshoe pits located in a tree shaded area behind the office building. Come to the office to borrow a set of shoes to do some pitching.

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SWIMMING

Come and enjoy our junior olympic size pool. Open year round. Pool hours 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM. Pool is not heated.
No Lake Swimming Advised.

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NATURE TRAILS

If walking is your game, take a walk around the lake with or without your four legged friends or walk the designated nature trails. Bring your camera for some astonishing views. Many camera buffs and artists have enjoyed the spectacular shots that they were able to capture.

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VOLLEYBALL

The net is always up. Come and enjoy volleyball or badminton with your friends. The net is located behind the office.
Come to the office to pick up the equipment.

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GEOCACHING

For the adventure of finding treasure, the Ocala National Forest is home to over 2,000 containers. Since we are located in the Ocala National Forest, there is over 696 containers located outside the Park but surrounding the Park. Come stay with us and journey to the treasure!.

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CORNHOLE TOSS

Cornhole is a fun and simple game to play. Come to the office and pick up the equipment. Rules of the game can be
had at the office.

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FISHING

Bring your fishing poles and bait. Our campground features a large, well stocked lake. Catfish, Bass, Bluegill, brim and crappie await both seasoned and novice. You can either walk down the trail road to the grassy knoll for fishing or bring your boat and launch it one block from the park, known as "Ferry Landing" Lake Oklawaha is considered to be the best bass fishing lake in Florida. Bass tournaments are held often during the year and many trophy fish have been caught. It has been rumored by seasoned Bass Fishermen that "The Big One" will be caught in Lake Oklawaha.

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ATV RIDING

Bring your ATV and ride the trails thoughout the Ocala National Forest. There is a charge by the Forest Department.
The "Hog Valley Trailhead" is located right across the street from the Park. Rules do apply for ATV riders. Rules will be given out at time of registration. Please abide by them.

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