Ocala National Forest Doe Lake Recreation Area
Location
Address: 20220 SE 127th Street Road, Ocklawaha, Florida 32179
GPS: 29.040508, -81.82039
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Local Directions: From Ocala: Drive east 11 miles on SR 40 to Forest Corners. Turn right (south) on CR314-A. After about 9 miles you'll pass through the blinker at Moss Bluff. Make the next major right at an old country store. Passing entrances for Sunnyhill Restoration Area on the left, you'll come to FR 14 (Cross Rd or Big Scrub Rd) after 3.6 miles. Turn left onto this unimproved forest road. Continue 0.9 mile and bear right. Turn right after 0.2 mile into the recreation area.

Contact Information
Local Phone: 1-352-669-3153
Website: http://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea...

Open
All year
  Sites
1 Tent Site, 1 Group Site, 1 No Hookup, 1 Pull Thru

Rates
Daily Rates: $150.00

Facilities & Services
Hot Showers, Restrooms

Recreation
Boat Ramp, Canoeing, Fishing, Kayaking

Description
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Historic Doe Lake

Doe Lake is a group campsite with a variety of activities. Centered around a historic lodge with a large group kitchen, it's an ideal place for major outdoor gatherings of up to 250 people. The site is a favorite among equestrian groups, but can also accommodate weddings and other social events. This site is centered around a classic 1930s Civilian Conservation Corps dining hall that has been historically restored.

For group reservations only - Maximum of 250 people
Sites
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Total Sites1
   
Tent Sites1
   
Group Sites1
No Hookup (1)
Rental Units
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None
Rates
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Sites
Facilities and Services
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  Hours Description Fees
Dining Shelters   Historic dining hall
Flush Toilets  
Hot Showers  
Ice   Ice machine available
Restrooms  
Recreation
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  Hours Description Fees
Boat Ramp  
Boating   Low powered motor
Canoeing  
Dining Shelters   Historic dining hall
Fishing   Bank fishing possible -- Largemouth bass, crappie, and bluegill
Horseback Riding   Hitching posts available
Kayaking  
Power Boating   Low powered motor
Wildlife Watching  
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Nearby Attractions
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About one hour from Orlando and the attractions. Close to the Centennial OHV Trail where you can take a 47 mile ride on your ATV or UTV. The LAM Equestrian Trail starts at Doe Lake and extends north for 34 miles. And a short drive to visit the numerous local area natural springs including the famous Juniper Springs.
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Other Policies
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Check In / Check Out
Check in time is 3pm
Check out time is 1 pm

Gray Water
No dumping

Pets
All Ocala National Forest campgrounds allow pets, but they must be kept on a leash no longer than six feet and are not permitted in designated swimming and picnicking areas.

Quiet Hours
Quiet hours run 10pm - 6am

Security
Close and lock gate behind yourself
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