You may feel super blessed when you book a stay at Lucky Charm RV Park in sun-kissed Florida, with sixty campsites set on a thirty-acre, peaceful retreat. If this is your idea of paradise, drive right in and be fully hooked up to electricity (20/30/50 amps), sewer, water, and the internet.
The sites are level and large with gravel pads offering easy pull-thru access for the big rigs. A tree-scaped setting of moss-covered oaks provides relief from the summer sun while grassy sand areas and a nicely-maintained park inspire a relaxed scene for campers. The park also offers an RV storage service, great for regular campers who prefer to keep their trailer or RV on-site.
The friendly park owners make you feel right at home and are pet lovers who named the campgrounds after their beloved dogs (called Lucky and Charm.) There is a fenced area where your pooches can play happily off-leash, and when they are elsewhere, it’s requested you leash your dog and pick up their waste. Lucky Charm RV Park is a unique haven for the grownups that can enjoy a holiday or weekend getaway without the kids.
Restrooms and showers are clean and modern with a laundry plus a well-stocked camp store and games room. Take a swim in the enclosed, heated swimming pool or relax in the hot tub, letting your cares fade away. Each tent or RV site has a picnic table and fire-ring for cooking convenience.
Only four miles from the camp you'll find plenty to see and do in Old Town with chartered fishing trips, or travel around 20 miles further to Dixie County, a land with a lot of history and rivers flowing by. Outdoor activities are prominent here with bird watching, kayaking, fishing, hiking, or hunting.
Lucky Charm RV Park appears to be a labor of love for its owners, who are always on hand to help and take pride in the creation of this idyllic campground, close to nearby towns but far away enough to feel like a laid-back, rural escape.