Otter Springs Resort Park and Campground
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Address: 6470 SW 80th Avenue, Trenton, Florida 32693
GPS: 29.645564, -82.942333
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Local Directions: From I-75, go west on SR 26 for about 30 miles. Exit soft right just past Wilcox & Otter Springs signs. At stop sign turn right on CR 232, go about 1 1/2 miles, turn left on SW 70th St. Go one mile and turn right into the park. From jct US 19/US Alt 27 & SR 26: Go 1-1/4 mi N on Hwy 26, then 1-3/4 mi N on CR 232. Turn left onto SW 70th St, then right into the park.

Contact Information
Local Phone: 1-352-463-0800
Toll Free Phone: 1-800-883-9107
Fax: 1-352-463-0575

All year
Check In: 3pm
Check Out: RV park 1pm; cabins & stilt house 11am

90 RV Sites, 21 Tent Sites, 1 Group Site, 100 Full Hookup, 10 Electric and Water, 1 Water Only, 105 30 Amps, 105 50 Amps, 99 Pull Thru, 105 Extended Stay

4 Cabins / Cottages

Daily Rates: $20.00 - $85.00
Discounts/Memberships: Escapees
Payment Methods: American Express, Cash, Checks, Debit Card, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, VISA

Facilities & Services
Bathhouse / Restrooms, Dump Station, Hot Showers, Laundry, WiFi

Canoeing, Fishing, Hiking, Kayaking, Swimming, Swimming Pool

All Ages, Pets Welcome

Max RV Length 40 ft, Max RV Width 20 ft
Otter Springs Park and Campground is a beautiful campground in an old oak forest with lots of shade but a few open RV sites as well. There are 636 acres most of which are forest and wetlands with miles of trails, a mile long spring run to the Suwannee River and lots of birds and animals to enjoy. If the spring feels too chilly to swim you can enjoy our indoor heated pool. There's plenty to do to keep busy but lots of time and quiet to kick back and relax as well.
Total Sites111
RV Sites90
Tent Sites21
Group Sites1
Max RV Length40 ft
Max RV Width20 ft
Full Hookup (100)Electric and Water (10)Water Only (1)
Rental Units
Total Rental Units4
Cabins / Cottages4
Cabin / Cottage
Sites Rental Units Discounts Miscellaneous
Facilities and Services
  Hours Description Fees
Bathhouse / Restrooms 24 hours one heated bathhouse, one not heated
Convenience Store 10am to 6pm Many basic items for camping, picnicking, fishing and swimming Fee Applies
Dump Station  
Firewood 10am to 6pm whenever office is open $4 for 10 pcs.
Gift Shop Store hours Shirts and other items available, while supplies last. Fee Applies
Hot Showers 24 hours
Laundry daylight hours behind each bathhouse Fee Applies
Non-Guest Dumping 9am to 6pm $5
  Hours Description Fees
Bird Watching  
Canoeing Park hours rent a canoe or bring your own; one mile long spring run and access to Suwannee River Fee Applies
Equipped Pavilion   large meeting room for special events, eg: weddings, family reunions, etc. Fee Applies
Fishing   in the spring run and the Suwannee River
Golf Nearby  
Hiking   miles of trails through woods and to Suwannee River
Horseshoes   in the campground
Kayaking   one mile long spring run and access to Suwannee River
Pavilion 9am to 8pm Screened picnic building, tables, sink, counter space Fee Applies
Recreation Room / Area 9am to 9pm exchange library, stationary bicycles, board games, foosball
ShuffleBoard   in the campground
Swimming   beautiful natural springs, 72 degree water
Swimming Pool 9am to 9pm beautiful indoor heated pool, screened in summer, enclosed in winter
Wildlife Watching   lots of deer, wild hog, turkeys, etc.


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4 star rating
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Great country setting, springs or indoor pool
May 11, 2010
Quiet setting, lots of grassy sites with large old oaks for shade. Springs are shallow and good for kids as well as the Indoor swimming pool. Park manager super nice. Formerly an old Baptist Campground, now owned my Florida and managed by the county. Full hookups, 5-6 over-air Tv stations.

We stayed here in a Travel Trailer 5th Wheel.
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Nearby Attractions
Dakotah Winery; Suwannee Valley Shoppes (Quilt Shop, Antiques, Stained Glass Studio, Cross Stitch Shop), Pure Water Wilderness and other stores in Trenton; Chiefland Country Club and Golf Course; Gainesville and the University of Florida; the beautiful old town of Cedar Key; the Nature Coast State Trail (paved rails to trails walking and bicycling trail) and of course the Suwannee River
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