Primitive Camping at Lake Louisa

Primitive Camp Site Pine Point shows open flatwoods with oak and pine trees. There is a picnic table and fire pit.

Peaceful Getaway Into Nature

Lake Louisa State Park is known for its twenty beautiful cabins overlooking Dixie Lake. Did you know that we also offer primitive camping opportunities?

There are two available sites for adventurous campers to pack in and pack out of the Real Florida adventure. Pine Point is in a shady stand of slash pines on the banks of Big Creek, while Wilderness Point is sheltered by oaks and palmetto bushes amongst some of the best trails in the park. Both sites come ready to enjoy with a picnic table, a fire ring and unspoiled solitude.

  • Prices are $5 per night, per person, plus tax.
  • Reservations can be made up to eleven months in advance by contacting the Lake Louisa Ranger Station at (352) 394-3969.