Fort Mc Coy / Lake Oklawaha Koa

Fort McCoy, Florida

Book through our partner KOA Kampgrounds

You'll savor the bluff-top view of lovely Lake Oklawaha from this serene setting in the Ocala National Forest. With its 3,700 feet of private lakefront, this KOA makes it easy to take advantage of nature. Take one of the campground's trails down by the water. The lake is a favorite with bass anglers! Explore the forest's many trails by ATV or OHV. There's even a 6,000-square-foot clubhouse (with a kitchen) that has plenty of room for dancing, reunions and other events. You'll also want to check out the adjacent Junior Olympic-size pool. Pool: Open all year. Max pull thru: 81 feet. Your hosts: Jennifer Nachman and Jackie Laundeane.

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