We are headed to the campground. The park has canoes and kayaks for rent.
Fishing, with a Florida license, is permitted. I haven't heard if the fishing is "good".
Three kinds of camping are provided: regular RV camping, Equestrian camping, and Primitive camping for groups. What you see here is a big Class A motorhome in a pull-through site.
This is a back-in site. Some RV sites are shady. 30/50 amp electrical hookups are provided. Some sites also have a sewer hookup at no additional charge. Campground amenities include two bathhouses, two fishing piers, two small pavilions, laundry facilities, and a dump station.
RV site rental is $26.64 per night. Full time Florida residents over age 65 get a 50% discount. Primitive sites cost $5.55 per person per night. Reservations can be made up to 11 months in advance.
Each site is clearly marked with the site number. Equestrian sites cost $5.55 per person per night.
Tents are welcome.
This is one of the two bathhouses. Very clean and modern.
The folks at the end of the pier are fishing.
We say, "Goodby to Lake Louisa State, Florida." Maybe we will come back some day with Treky and spend a few days.
Our next next trip will be in September to Belden, Mississippi for a Blues Music Festival. Treky will like that.