Lake Louisa State Park RV & Campground Guide


Experience a different side of Florida at Lake Louisa State Park. With its lush greenery and marshy lakes, this inland park is the perfect place for a family adventure. Five lakes and two streams offer an endless array of water adventures; kayak to the far reaches of the swamp, cool off with a swim, or fish from the shore. With 20 miles of trails and a fantastic array of local wildlife, the park is also popular with hikers, bikers, and equestrians. Orlando and its world-class theme parks are just 30 miles away, and the charming village of Winter Garden is 15 miles northeast, near Lake Apopka.

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Spring 60-85 F
Summer 75-90 F
Fall 60-85 F
Winter 55-75 F
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Lake Louisa State Park

If you love to stay in comfort, an RV is the perfect way to experience Lake Louisa State Park. Days and nights in this part of Florida are often warm and humid, and your motorhome is the ideal escape. Don't own your own? No problem. An RV rental is a fun way to see how RV camping suits your style.

Lake Louisa State Park Campground

With 60 campsites, Lake Louisa State Park campground offers a bustling family-friendly atmosphere. Campsites are spread out along the shores of Dixie Lake and Hammond Lake; you can choose from back-in, pull-through, and ADA-accessible spots. Every site offers 30-amp and 50-amp power, and a select few also offer water hookups. The maximum length is 85 feet, but many sites are 40-45 feet long; be sure to check the individual site details before booking. No matter which site you choose, you'll be able to walk to the bathhouse and access the dump station. Rates start at $24 per night and $168 per week in the summer season.

Torchlite RV Park

Just a few miles north of Lake Louisa State Park, Torchlite RV Park offers sites with full hookups. Spots here are shaded by mature oak trees, so your motorhome stays cooler year-round. If you're in a big rig, you'll love the easy access and the pull-through sites. There's also a bathhouse, clubhouse, and shuffleboard court for convenience. Rates start at $40 per night for full hookups and $35 per night if you only need water and electricity.

Orlando RV Resort

When it comes to family camping, it’s hard to beat the Orlando RV Resort. It's packed with fun activities, including a playground, a swimming pool, a spring-fed lake, a sandy beach, and organized activities. You'll also find a hot tub, shuffleboard court, fitness center, sports courts, game room, and much more. Kids, in particular, love the computer club and mini-golf course. Choose full-hookup sites and enjoy the park's restrooms and showers. Rates vary by season.

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What to Do at
Lake Louisa State Park

Inside Lake Louisa State Park

Lake Louisa State Park covers more than 4,000 acres, each one packed with fun activities. On hot days, head straight for Lake Louisa; it's the only lake that allows swimming. Interested in exploring the water? Rent canoes and kayaks at Dixie Lake, or bring your own and hand-launch it at Lake Louisa, Hammond Lake, Dixie Lake, Smokehouse Lake, or Bear Lake. Paddles and electric trolling motors are permitted. All of the lakes are also open for fishing. For the most remote experience, register with the ranger station and bring a boat to Smokehouse Lake. The park also offers 20 miles of trails, so you can hike, bike, or ride horses.

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How to Get to
Lake Louisa State Park

Lake Louisa State Park is located next to Highway 27. Coming from Orlando, the easiest way to get in is to take Highway 50 and turn south on Highway 27. If you're coming from Tampa, hop on I-4.

Entering Lake Louisa State Park

Lake Louisa State Park is open from 8 a.m. until the sun goes down every day of the year. Campers have access to park facilities 24/7.

Lake Louisa State Park Per vehicle : $5.0

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Frequently Asked Questions About Lake Louisa State Park

What is the best time of year to visit Lake Louisa State Park?

Spring and fall are the best times to visit Lake Louisa State Park. Both periods boast the best weather conditions — warm temperatures, low humidity and low rainfall levels.

What is the climate of Lake Louisa State Park?

Lake Louisa State Park is an area that enjoys a humid subtropical climate. Summer temperatures can reach 90 degrees Fahrenheit while winter temperatures can drop to 55 degrees Fahrenheit.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Lake Louisa State Park?

This natural theme park is home to many wildlife species, including fox squirrels, gopher tortoises, bobcats, alligators and deer. Bald eagles and osprey are the most common avian creatures here.

Do you have to reserve a camping spot at Lake Louisa State Park and what is the cost?

You do not have to reserve a spot at this park. However, you may want to do so to secure one of the 60 RV campsites. The cost of booking a spot is $6.70.

Are pets allowed at Lake Louisa State Park?

Pets are allowed at Lake Louisa State Park as long as they behave appropriately and are kept on a leash at all times. You can hike and enjoy other recreational activities with your furry friends.