I went to Silver Springs State Park which is very nice for a 4 night stay. During the day I went through Ocala National Forest. It is in the middle of nowhere, nothing but trees on both sides of you. The have some campgrounds which I was not impressed. Alexander Springs campground is very tight and has small sites, not good for travel trailers or especially RV's. They have some shady looking people there to say the least .If this doesn't bother you, they have restrooms with hot showers which is a plus. Lake Dorr is nearby which doesn't have electric but has nice bathrooms. You can get a small RV, van or small travel trailer in there but those pesky bugs and mosquito's might be a problem. There is Salt Springs campground open and close site proximity. The worst part is that many of them are $22 or more to stay at a place with no electric, I wouldn't even pay that to stay in a tent. Some people might like this but it was not for me, I'll stay at State Parks and National campgrounds, some don't have electric but I always felt relatively safe and didn't worry about my equipment being stolen. I burnt up a tank of gas exploring Ocala National Forest and I couldn't wait till I got back in town. P.S. If you are ever out this way, you have to try Blue Highway Pizza, the best in the state of Florida, If you try it you'll see why. It's on Silver Springs Highway (Highway 40) in Ocala
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