RVC Outdoor Destinations Update Amenities at Florida RV Resort

Live Oak Landing, an RVC Outdoor Destinations in Freeport, Florida, has come a long way from its beginnings as McDaniel’s Fish Camp.

“It had honky tonks, and stills, and Friday night fish frys, and a lot of colorful characters lived here,” said Neil Sorrell, general manager.

But now, the stills have been exchanged for a saltwater pool, and those who gather don’t have to endure the elements because Live Oak Landing has a heated and cooled gathering place, The Walton Sun reports.

“We turned it into a 21st Century RV resort,” said Sorrell of the RVC resort, which hosted its first guest in November 2010.

The resort also added 39 RV sites in preparation for the summer travel season.

Though it has changed from its rustic beginnings, the resort hasn’t lost its charm.

With the overhanging oaks and situation on Freeport’s Black Creek, Live Oak Landing is the picture of tranquility.

“There’s nothing but peace and quiet,” Sorrell said, relaying one visitor’s remarks.

But here quiet is not synonymous with dull.

Amenities offered at the 74-acre retreat range from a dog park to nature walks to the newest addition, a screened-in saline pool, reports The Walton Sun.

Avid anglers will be happy to know, local veteran and founder of Wounded Warrior Fishing Mark McDuffie is on-site to offer fishing charters. With the resort just 1.8 miles from the mouth of the bay, fishermen and women can catch an abundance of saltwater and freshwater fish.

RV sites at Live Oak Landing, an RVC Outdoor Destination. (Source: rvcoutdoors.com)

RV sites at Live Oak Landing, an RVC Outdoor Destination. (Source: rvcoutdoors.com)

With such offerings, the resort draws visitors from as far as Canada and the northwest, but Sorrell says he is beginning to see more and more visitors come from Northwest Florida.

“As the price of fuel goes up, people ask themselves ‘Where can we go to have fun nearby?’ ” said Sorrell.

Nine one-bedroom mini-cottages are available per night at $89.99 and by the week at $539.94. One-bedroom cottages with loft spaces are $129.99 per night and $779.94 per week.

RV spaces on water are available daily, weekly, and monthly, at $44.99, $269.94, and $749.99 respectively.

Off-the-water RV sites are available at $40.99, $242.94, and $649.99 respectively.

The Walton Sun reports each RV slip comes equipped with 100-amp service, Wi-Fi, city water, and sewer.

Amenities at Live Oak Landing include:

  • Private boat ramp and dock for guests
  • Charter fishing service on site
  • Screened activities pavilion with flat screen TV
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • GoPet Scooter rentals
  • Bicycle rentals
  • Horseshoes and darts
  • Boat rentals
  • Canoe and kayak rentals
  • New saline swimming pool


RVC Outdoor Destinations

RVC Outdoor Destinations develops, owns, and operates a portfolio of high-quality outdoor hospitality properties located within some of the country’s most beautiful natural settings and offering upscale services and amenities.

Memphis, Tennessee-based RVC is redefining the traditional camping experience with its Outdoor Destination concept that provides guests with a comfortable, customizable, outdoor vacation through a variety of affordable lodging options, including RV sites, yurts, cabins, and cottages.

RVC operates seven Outdoor Destinations and RV Resorts in Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Florida, and North Carolina.

Address: 429 N Main Street, Suite 100, Memphis, Tennessee 38103

Phone: (901)432-4748

Website: rvcoutdoors.com

Live Oak Landing, an RVC Outdoor Destinations

Live Oak Landing, an RVC Outdoor Destinations location map.

Surrounded by water, and within minutes of the Emerald Coast beaches, Live Oak Landing, an RVC Outdoor Destinations, is just minutes from scenic Hwy 30A.

Live Oak Landing is on Black Creek just off of Choctawhatchee Bay in Freeport, north of Seaside and east of Destin.

Address: 229 Pitts Ave, Freeport, FL 32439

Phone: (877) 436-5063

Website: liveoaklanding.rvcoutdoors.com

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There is something very special about the natural world, and each trip outdoors is like an unfinished book just waiting for you to write your own chapter.

—Paul Thompson

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