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12766 South East Highway 441
Okeechobee, Florida 34974

Local Tel: 863-763-2638


Amenties:

Year Round - Dates of Operation
41 - Sites / Yes - Cabin Rentals
No - Credit Cards / Yes - Full Hookups
50 - Amp Service / No - Pull Thru Sites
Yes - Paved Sites / Yes - Tents Welcome
Yes - Tables / Yes - Cable Tv
Yes - Phone/ Iternet Access
No - Propane / No - Beach / Waterfront
Yes - Boat Ramp / Yes - Pets on Leash
No - Onsite Store / Yes - Laundry
Yes - Rec. Hall, Club House / No - Boat Rentals
No - Pool / No - Boat Slips, Dock
No - Play Ground

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