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6233 C.R. 609 Bushnell, FL  33513
Phone: (888) 236-5504


Office Hours:
9am to 5pm – Monday – Friday9am to 1pm – Saturday and Sunday
E-mail: office@blueberryhillrvresort.com

Blueberry Hill RV Resort is conveniently located within minutes of I-75 in the cozy town of Bushnell, Florida, with the famous Withlacoochee State Forest near by. Our resort offers full hook-up sites, spacious enough to accommodate RVs of any size for long or short term camping.

Blueberry Hill RV Resort's activities include evening entertainment, pot luck dinners, BINGO, crafts, games, or just meeting with friends. Located 60 minutes from Tampa and 70 minutes from the Orlando attractions, our friendly staff and residents make Blueberry Hill RV Resort a special place to visit or to make your Snowbird home! Local attractions include the famous Webster Flea Market and the Florida National Military Cemetery. There is a Super Walmart within a very short walking distance from the Resort.

Blueberry Hill RV Resort offers a heated swimming pool, shuffleboard courts, dog exercise park, bocce ball and pickle ball courts, putting green, fitness center, a four-table billiard room, card room, lending library and an outdoor pavilion

Driving Directions:
  • From I-75 Southbound

    Take Exit 314 (Bushnell) and turn LEFT onto SR48. In less than ½ mile, turn RIGHT onto CR 609 (Lowery Street) just past the Walmart entrance. Blueberry Hill RV Resort will then be on your left.

    From I-75 Northbound

    Take Exit 314 (Bushnell) and turn RIGHT onto SR48. In less than ½ mile, turn RIGHT onto CR 609 (Lowery Street) just past the Walmart entrance. Blueberry Hill RV Resort will then be on your left.

Our RV park in Florida offers a heated pool, private bath houses, large recreation center, shuffleboard and bocce courts, horseshoe pits, pavilion with antique truck grill, and many planned activities, making Blueberry Hill RV park in Florida a truly unforgettable experience for RVers of all ages.

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