Cabins, Campgrounds and Primitive Camping at Lake Louisa

Lake Louisa Cabin

Peaceful Getaway Into Nature


cabin at Lake Louisa

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, dishes, pots and pans, silverware, linens, towels and picnic tables, plus rocking chairs on the porch. All you need to bring is your food and personal items, such as soap or shampoo.

Televisions and phones are not provided. Cabins 16 and 17 are fully accessible and provide access to all major appliances, countertops, bathroom/shower and fire ring.

  • Reservations may be made up to 11 months in advance. Book online or call 800-326-3521 (8 a.m. to 8 p.m.).
  • Pets are not permitted in cabins or cabin area. Service animals are welcome; please let us know that you have a service animal at the time of arrival.
  • There is a minimum two-night stay for all reservations. 


Family campground Lake Louisa

Lake Louisa has 60 full-facility campsites nestled between Dixie and Hammond lakes. Each site has 30- and 50-amp hookups. Some sites can accommodate rigs up to 50 feet.

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.

  • Reservations may be made up to 11 months in advance. Book online or call 800-326-3521 (8 a.m. to 8 p.m.) or TDD 888-433-0287.
  • Campsites 1, 34 and 36 are fully accessible, including a level concrete pad, and are connected to the bathhouse by a sidewalk and or paved surface.
  • Pets are welcome; please adhere to all rules regarding pets in the campground in accordance with our Pet Policy.

Equestrian Camping

The equestrian primitive camp includes five horse paddocks, fire rings, non-potable water supply, picnic tables, one pavilion, grills and a self-composting toilet.

All five paddocks are available by reservation only. This is a beautiful area for camping, with sites located under the shade of a longleaf pine canopy. There is plenty of lush pasture at the sites for horse grazing.

It is recommended that you bring other means of portable fencing or tie-downs in case the paddocks have all been reserved. Four large posts with eye-bolts for tie-downs are provided in a couple of locations.

  • Campers arriving after the park closes must call the park by 5 p.m. the day of arrival to make arrangements to access the park after-hours. Pets are allowed at the equestrian campsites in accordance with our Pet Policy.
  • Reservations can be made by calling the ranger station at 352-394-3969 up to 11 months in advance. Payment is due at the time of arrival.

Primitive Camping

There are two available sites for adventurous campers to pack in and pack out of ...the Real Florida. 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 among some of the best trails in the park. 

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

The sites do not have any water or electricity, so please bring plenty of drinking water with you. Each site is equipped with a fire ring and picnic table.

The sites accommodate up to four people at Wilderness Point and up to six people at Pine Point. They are not accessible by vehicle due to the remoteness and difficult terrain.

The sites are pack in and pack out, including any trash that is generated. Pets are allowed at the campsites in accordance with our Pet Policy

Payment is collected at the time of arrival. Campers must arrive at the park one hour before sunset to allow enough time to register and safely get to the site before dark.

  • Prices are $5 per night, per person, plus tax.
  • Reservations can be made up to 11 months in advance by contacting the ranger station at 352-394-3969.