Nice campground. Most of the sites are well spaced apart except #9. It is very close to #10. My only complaint about this park is with the bath house. The dressing area floods while taking a shower and there are no electric plugs, however, it was clean and well stocked during our stay. The amenity we enjoyed most about this park is that one of the trail heads to the Lake Apopka Loop Trail is right across the street. We biked about eight miles of the trail. The trail consists of hard packed gravel/marrow. We saw a variety of birds, several alligators, and one Water Moccasin(beware!). A great bike ride! Several restaurants are nearby in Apopka. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a lovely Orange County park located across the road from Lake Apopka. There is a boat ramp (free)and playground at the lake and two playgrounds in the main park. Also, a small lake and basketball court in the main park. All sites are shaded by large oak trees, with paved pads, fire rings, tables and lateran poles. The peacocks can be a little noisy buy they are magnificant. The park can be crowded on the weekend, especially during the winter months. Gates locked at 6PM, reservations must be made "in person". We camped here in a Tent Trailer.