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Mouse Mountain RV & Camping

7500 Osceola Polk Line Rd, Davenport, FL

Phone: (863) 424-2791 / ( 800 ) 347-6388
FX:  ( 863 ) 420-9104

Located within minutes of Central Florida's major attractions, and less than 2 miles from Interstate 4; Mouse Mountain RV Resort and Mobile Home park offers a more "back to nature" vacation!  Complete hookups for your travel trailer, motor home, pop up and tenting needs. Amenities include recreation hall, heated swimming pool, shuffleboard and horseshoe courts, billiard room, fitness equipment, laundry facilities, and bath houses. Our resort also offers a full calendar of activities November through April.

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Directions:
From I-4, take Hwy 532 - Exit 58 (old exit number 24). Go East 1.6 miles. Once you pass through the stop light, go another 500 yards and you will see our entrance to your right.

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