This may be the only RV park actually on the shore of Lake O. Other parks are behind the tall earth dike which surrounds the lake. There is a nice pool, a decent camp store, and a large marina onsite. Summers are buggy. Campsites are roomy enough, most not shady. The cracker cabins are great if you want to mix RV and non-RV-owning family for a get-together; choose bigger than you think you need, though. Fishing opportunities abound. You can hike along the top of the dike for a good distance. Crop-duster planes can be seen often on their way to the nearby sugarcane fields. EMS/Fire just on the other side of the dike. Full hookups. Lots of alligators and birds to be seen.