Large campground with numerous sites. Came on Presidents’ Day weekend. Checked in around 6pm with a friendly staff but it was downhill from there. We’ve stayed at KOAs before so had expectations. This did not meet them. We were not assigned a site. We were given a map and told to go find a spot. The map was difficult to follow and the sites were even harder to understand. You had double parked pull through which are a terrible idea unless the person in front of you is checking out before you leave. But then people were so confused you had rigs pulled in all different directions. Streets and sites could have been better marked. The campground clearly caters to ATVers (which we weren’t) which was not that big a deal, but does explain why it’s in the middle of nowhere. However, better maintenance of sites, such as sewer holes that open, water spigots that turn on, and better water pressure would be great. The sites are grass with no clear delineation between them.
We ended up deep in the ocala national forest. Make sure you look at a map before you go. Once you reach the forest you will lose all reception on phones. Campground states free WiFi but plan to be without. No WiFi worked while we were there. Neat trails and plan to return for summer and warmer weather and will bring atvs. Pet friendly. Seen a black bear roaming at night. John the firewood guy brought wood around for $10 in evening. Nice bathhouse if you need it.