Lake Louisa State Park


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The park features 3 lakes, Louisa, Hammond and Dixie. These provides opportunities for canoeing, kayaking and paddleboarding to visitors. The park also has an abundant wildlife with deer, bobcat, and fox squirrels often spotted. The park has 60 full hookup sites and can accommodate big rigs up to 60 feet. There is also a dump station, bathhouses, fishing piers, and pavilion. Camping fee is $24 a night.

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Lat: 28.461565 Lng: -81.748083

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Lake Louisa State Park's 20 cabins overlook beautiful Dixie Lake. The cabins accommodate up to six people and have two bedrooms, two baths, full kitchen (with appliances) and dining/living room. Each cabin comes equipped with Central Heat/Air Conditioning, gas fireplace, dishes, pots and pans, silverware, linens, towels.



The equestrian primitive camp includes five horse paddocks, fire rings, non-potable water supply, picnic tables, one pavilion, grills and a self-compositing toilet. All five paddocks are available by reservation only. Lake Louisa has two primitive campsites, Wilderness Point and Pine Point. The sites do not have any water or electricity.



Lake Louisa has 60 full-facility campsites nestled between Dixie and Hammond Lake. Each site has 30 and 50 amp hookups. Some sites can accommodate rigs up to 50'. A dump station is located between Dixie Loop and Sandhill Loop. Campground amenities include two accessible bathhouses, two accessible fishing piers and a small accessible pavilion.


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