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2440 N.E. 115th St. Silver Springs, FL  34488

Local Phone: 352-625-4213
Fax: 352-625-0020

 
Ben's Hitching Post is an RV Park located just a few minutes from local shopping, restaurants and other attractions. We are a quaint RV community for full timers or part timers. We are very close to the Ocala national Forest which has hiking, ATV and equestrian trails. We are also near many lakes, springs and rivers for canoeing, kayaking and other water activities. Our park offers planned winter activities such as Bingo, Shuffle Board, and Bocce Ball Tournaments, potluck and holiday dinners as well as a community fire pit. We also have newly remodeled bathrooms, a swimming pool and on site laundry facilities for your convenience. All of our RV sites have 30 amp service, water and sewer hook ups. We also have Propane for sale on site.

Once you arrive at the Central Florida campground, you will realize why people choose Florida for their vacation spot and home for retirement. So just come on in, relax in the peaceful atmosphere and enjoy the beautiful weather and mild temperatures that Florida is known for. If you're traveling with an RV club or rally, you will find the convenience of a meeting room. Ben's Hitching Post Campground has everything you need to make your Silver Springs camping experience an unforgettable one.

Amenities:
Full Hookups, Hot showers, Hot Tub, Laundry, Pay Phones, Pets on Leash, Phone Hookup, Pool Heated, Pool Outdoor, Rec Hall/Clubhouse, Tenters Welcome, Cable TV Hookup, Campfires Permitted, Elec. 30 Amp

Activities:
Hiking/Nature Trails, Shuffleboard

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