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Saddle Creek Park

With 750 acres (much of it is water), Saddle Creek is one of the largest parks in Central Florida and it has a little bit of everything. In addition to offering a campground with water, electricity and restrooms, there are also boat launch sites and bank/pier fishing. Largemouth bass and catfish are frequently caught. The boat ramp hours are 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. There are a playground, picnic tables and picnic shelters, softball field, walking trails and a gun range.

There are two main trails that are very good for hiking; the 1.2 mile Nature Trail and the 2.3 mile Tenoroc Trails. Tenoroc Trails are the 1.1 mile Flatwoods Loop and 1.2 mile Lake Loop. The Nature Trail is very broad and provides an easy hike. The Tenoroc Trails are narrower and provide a more strenuous hike. For fees, rules and regulations click here.


  • Partial Hookups
  • 50 Amp, 30 Amp and 20 Amp
  • Water


  • Dump station
  • Restrooms: flush
  • Showers
  • 54 RV Sites
  • 20 Tent Spaces