Flowing from the Green Swamps (N.Tampa) to the Gulf of Mexico (Yankeetown) the Withlacoochee River is considered one of the most scenic rivers in Florida. Located next to the Withlacoochee State Forrest this river provides not only a stunning background for our waterfront community but direct access to all types of water sports. Nestled under the giant oak trees Riverside Park is the perfect place to get away from it all... or even call home. The wildlife is ever so near, the birds singing, the squirrels playing and the fish jumping ae all part of life here. The giant oaks and bountiful cypress trees provide a fine retreat for all. The beauty of the Withlacoochee is incredible, its peacefulness and tranquility will capture your heart... but try as we may words and even pictures cannot express the splendor of our riverfront home... COME SEE FOR YOURSELF.
Riverside RV Park and Canoe Outpost on the Withlacoochee River where Bushnell (Sumter County) and Nobleton (Hernando) intersect in the Withlacoochee State Forest
Sandhill Cranes seen wintering at the Withlacoochee State Forest. Withlacoochee State Forest has many resident birds, including Red-cockaded and Pileated woodpeckers, Great Horned owls, Eastern Screech-Owls, Bachman's Sparrows in the winter, and herons, egrets, Osprey, Bald Eagles, and Barred Owls year round.
7961 County Road 647, Bushnell, Fl, 33513, (352) 793 5179
Bushnell Riverside RV Park - www.RiversideRV1.com - Nobleton and Bushnell Canoe Rental