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If coming from the North using I95 Please call our office for directions, or just remember to stay straight on Hwy 19 until you come into Salt Springs.
From Hwy 19 you will turn onto Co. Rd. 316 until you see our KOA Sign. Once you turn Right at the KOA sign we are 11 miles down the road on the left.
If you Do Not stay on Hwy 19 until you come into Salt Springs your GPS will try to take you down a dirt road. 352-546-5500
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15991 NE 243rd Place Road
Fort McCoy, FL 32134Get Directions
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Whether you’re exploring the local area or hanging out at the campground, KOA Holidays are an ideal place to relax and play. There’s plenty to do, with amenities and services to make your stay memorable. Plus, you’ll enjoy the outdoor experience with upgraded RV Sites with KOA Patios™ and Deluxe Cabins with full baths for camping in comfort. Bring your family, bring your friends, or bring the whole group – there’s plenty of ways to stay and explore.
Driving south: I-75 to Exit 368 (CR 318), turn left (East) to Hwy 441 (2nd red light) turn right . Turn left on Old 301 (200A), turn left on CR 316, follow signs and go through Fort McCoy and Eureka on CR 316. Cross over tall bridge to first road on left (160th Ave Rd), go about 11 miles to Lake Oklawaha KOA, on left.
Driving north: I-75 to Exit 358, turn right (SR 326) to Hwy 441/301. Turn left, go to second light turn right onto SR 329. To Hwy 200A (old 301) turn left (North) to CR 316. right on CR 316, go through Fort McCoy and Eureka. Cross over tall bridge to the first road on left (160th Ave Rd). Go about 11 miles to Lake Okalwaha KOA, on the left.
IF COMING FROM 95 NORTH PLEASE CALL FOR DIRECTION OR STAY ON HWY 19 SOUTH TO SALT SPRINGS. DO NOT TURN RIGHT (onto Rodman Dam Road) AFTER THE TALL CROSS CITY FLORIDA BARGE CANNAL BRIDGE! YOU WILL TURN ONTO COUNTY ROAD 316 IN SALT SPRINGS. If you turn onto Rodman Dam Road that road will turn into a dirt road.Get Google Directions