7205 85th St Ct East Bradenton, FL 34202

Phone: (941) 755-2757

This is Old Florida at its best! Leave the hustle and bustle of your everyday life behind when you stay at our beautiful waterfront campground. Citrus trees and old, live oak canopies cover many of the 104 extra-large RV campsites. Whether you stay in one of our quaint cabins or if you bring your own RV or travel trailer, you can kick back and relax in this peaceful environment.

RV - Campground Hours
Monday – Tuesday – Closed
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday — 9:30 to 5:00
Saturday & Sunday — 10 to 5:00

"Old Florida"
Camping, RV, and Cabin Experience
Our charming cabins come fully equipped with everything you need to enjoy your stay, whether it's for one night or a month. Vaulted ceilings and plenty of windows make these cabins bright, sunny and cheerful. We provide the sheets and towels and a fully stocked kitchen so you can move right in. Cabins can sleep up to four people.

Pull your RV right into one of our over-sized, waterfront campsites. Each site has access to electricity, water and sewer. There are many picnic tables available throughout the campground for your outdoor dining pleasure.
Whether you are here for the weekend or here as a permanent resident you will get 10 % off your meals at the Linger Lodge Restaurant.
We offer many amenities at our riverfront campground. You'll have full use of our air-conditioned restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, dump station and propane services.

If you are looking for Old Florida Camping then this is the place to stay.
If you have any questions or would like to make a reservation please gives us a call at 941-755-2757

Restaurant Hours of Operation

Closed Monday and Tuesday
Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday 11:30 to 9:00
Friday - Saturday 11:00 to 10:00

New hours for Happy Hour!
Wednesday – Friday 11:30 to 5:00

Buckets of Beer
Domestic (5 bottles per bucket) – $12.50 
Imports (5 bottles per bucket) – $15.00

Live Entertainment

Karaoke with J & J Music Machine
7pm to Close!

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