Parksville Lake Campground
Located near Parksville Lake, this popular campground is divided by Highway 30 into an RV campground and a tent/group campground. The RV sites are well shaded and well spaced and many will accomodate large RVs. Several sites offer the opportunity for two RVs to camp close together and some are located along a small stream. The group sites are set up with tent pads around a central fire ring and picnic table area. Convenient to the Ocoee River, the Ocoee Whitewater Center (site of the 1996 Olympic Kayak events), Parksville Lake beaches and boat ramps, many miles of mountain bike/hiking trails and whitewater rafting, it’s a great central location for day trips.
At a Glance
General InformationDirections: From Highway 64/411 intersection, travel Hwy. 64 east approximately 9.5 miles, turn onto Highway 30 for 0.25 mile. RV sites are located on the left, group tent camping on the right.
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
Parksville Lake Campground offers excellent camping opportunities for tents.
|Reservation Info||Beginning April 1st, 2015, all RV sites are reservable and can be reserved 5-180 days in advance. For reservations, call Reserve America at 1-877-444-6777 or www.recreation.gov|
|Fire Information||There is a grill/fire ring at each campsite.|
Lake and Pond Fishing
Day HikingHike the nearby Scenic Spur trail.
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