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4820 Hwy. 90
East Marianna, Florida 32446
Jackson County

Phone: (800) 643-9166

Located in the Heart of Florida's Panhandle, just outside of historic Marianna, Florida (one of the "100 Best Small Towns in America"), we invite you to discover the OTHER FLORIDA. 

Our family resort facilities are on the water at picturesque, crystal-clear, Spring Fed, Merritt's Mill Pond. Open year round with winter rates available we are proximate to the Florida Caverns, the World's Most beautiful beaches and some of Florida's last frontier of unspoiled outdoors. Our visitors believe us to be one of the most beautiful parks in North Florida!

With our New Web site you can visit our facilities online, see some fish stories that didn't get away, discover on-site recreation activities as well as nearby attractions we like.

Visit our RV Sales and Full Service Center! 

Pets are allowed if you keep them on a leash and clean up after them! 

Arrowhead is located off Interstate 10, Exit 142, 58 miles west of Tallahassee, and approximately 6 miles east of US Highway 231. Come See us!

Arrowhead Campsites, Marianna FL

Facility :

  • Type (Private), Open All Year, Pets Welcome, Tent Sites Available

Description: Arrowhead Campsites, Marianna


  • Spaces Available (200), Gravel Sites (200), Pull-thrus (200), Pull-thru Size (30 x 45), Room for Slideouts, Shaded (Mostly), Full Hookups (200), Side-by-Side Hookups (Most), 30 Amp, 50 Amp


  • WiFi Hotspot, Internet at Site

Recreational Facilities:

  • Pool, Pond, Body Of Water (Merritts Mill Pond), Swimming, Fishing, Dock, Ramp, Boat Rental, Boating, Pavilion, Playground


  • Cable Services (Major), Showers, Restrooms, Rental Units (6), Dump Station, Laundry, Groceries, Ice, Firewood, Table At Site, Condition of Interior Roads (Good), Surface of Interior Roads(Paved/Dirt), Fax/Copy Service, Condition of Exterior Roads(Good), Surface of Exterior Roads (Paved), Newspaper

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