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14035 W River Rd
Inglis, FL. 34449

 

Phone: 352-447-5333
E-Mail: Info@BigOaksRiverResort.com

We have boat rentals; pontoon, canoe, jon boat, and deck boat rentals.
Welcome to Big Oaks River Resort. We are an RV Park and Campground located on the banks of the Withlacooche River on the Nature Coast in Inglis/Yankeetown Florida. If you are one with nature you will enjoy our RV Park that is surrounded by towering Oak trees, Squirrels and singing birds. 

Our RV Campground is centrally located to all major Florida attractions such as Disney and Busch Gardens. We are 10 minutes from Crystal River and the Manatees. Fishing here is outstanding. You can fish off our docks our rent a boat to fish the waters of the Withlacoochee River with access to the Gulf of Mexico. Lake Rousseau and the Rainbow River are just minutes away. If horses are your passion Ocala (Horse Capital of the World) is about a 30-minute drive where you can tour some of finest horse farms you will ever see. The Goethe State Forest boasts more than 120 miles of lush forest trails where you can ride, bike, hike, hunt, camp or bird watch. If golfing is your pleasure our area has several top rated golf courses: Golden Ocala, Rainbow Springs, Rainbows End, Juliet Falls, El Diablo, and Black Diamond. Call Big Oaks River Resort now for reservations.


  • Boat Rentals available. Located on the Withlacoochee River. Canoe, Kayak & Paddle Boats. Swimming Pool. Great freshwater fishing all around and just 7 miles from Gulf of Mexico by boat. Recreation Room. Camp Store

Amenties:

Year Round - Dates of Operation
21 - Full Hookups /Yes - Tents Sites
2 - Number of Pull-thrus / 30 - Amp service
No / Yes / Yes - Gasoline/Propane/Dump station
Yes / No - Phone hookup/Modem friendly
Yes - Sites With TV Cable hookup
Yes - Group Facilities / Yes - Laundry Facilities
Pets on Leash - Pets Allowed/Weight
Yes / No - Pool/Hot Tub
8 / 1 - Number of cabin/trailer rentals
Yes / Yes / Yes - Boats/Canoes/Kayaks
Yes - Boat landing / Yes - Onsite Store

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