Suwannee River Rendezvous RV Resort, Mayo FL
828 NE Primrose Road
Mayo, FL 32066
Premium Full (sites 101-236): $40 per night; $175 week and $375 +elec Monthly
Full (sites 41-49): $35 per night; $150 week
Tent w/elec & water: $30 per night; $137.50 week
Primitive/Tent: $20 per night
Reservations can be made for a particular site.
Passport America Discount
See their website for lodge
CHECK IN/OUT: Check in at 4 pm/Check out at 11 am.
ACCESS: No gate
MAPS: At Lodge office
154 Rv Sites
Primitive Tent Camping
PULL THRUS: 22
WATERFRONT: Tent sites
PICNIC SHELTER: Yes
SITE SURFACE: gravel
HOOK-UPS: Water & 30/50 Amp
SEWER: Yes (except for 15 sites with 30 amp)
LAUNDRY: Yes-very nice
DUMP STATION: Yes
SHADE TREES: Only in the older section by the river
POOL: Yes with Hot Tub
BOAT RAMP: Yes
FEATURES: Lots of fun activities and canoe rentals for the Suwannee River.
The Cooking Shack is open Friday - Sunday
RANKING: 8 only because there is very little hiking and biking close by and a long way to get groceries
PET FRIENDLY: Yes
Suwannee Springs State Pk
Troy Springs State Pk
Suwannee River Rendezvous on the Suwannee River is owned by Frank and Susie Page. They purchased the park in December of 2008 and have continued to expand and improve the campground. We found them to be friendly and welcoming to everyone and made our camping experience here fun.
The campground sits on the amazing Suwannee River and is home to Convict Spring. The spring is an inviting place to swim and feeds the Suwannee River as it flows to the Gulf of Mexico. There is a mapped underwater cave system with an entrance from Convict Spring. The entrance is restricted and the dive is challenging and dangerous. If you would like to see the dive, ask in the lodge to view the DVD of the cave being explored by experienced side mount cave divers.
We camped here in March of 2017 for two weeks and stayed busy with the resort activities, pool and a really nice paved bike ride just outside the campground. The newer part of the campground is very big rig friendly with paved roads and gravel sites. There is a huge parking area in the front of the park to stop and unhook your car. It's best to find your campsite and get set up before going to the lodge and checking in. The newer part is not shady but they have planted plenty of shrubbery and trees for the future. The older section has beautiful old trees close to the river and is for primitive and small rvs
The weekend activites are fun with Friday night bingo and then a sing along. Saturday is the pigeon race, chicken poop bingo and then karaoke/trivia contest in the evening at the lodge. This is a very rural location so if you want to slow down and relax then this is the place to stay.
DIRECTIONS FROM LAKE CITY, FL:
Take FL-47 S (9.6 mi) to Co Rd 240
Take FL-247 S (16.7 mi) to SW Suwannee Ave in Branford
Follow US-27 N (13. mi) to Co Rd 354 in Lafayette County
Continue on Co Rd 354 (2.3 mi) to NE Primrose Rd