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The charming city of Live Oak is located between Lake City and Madison. Incorporated in the 1870s, Live Oak was founded by 39 Floridians looking to create a community in an area that covered nearly 1,000 acres of land. Once established, Live Oak was the subject of many strange and harsh laws, including fines for swearing, not being allowed to park a horse or mule on the road or sidewalk, and others.

The town prospered due to the expansion of the railroad along the Suwanee River and locals named the settlement after a tree under which railway workers used to sit. The perfect getaway from the big city, Live Oak is positioned close to major cities, but far enough away that you can enjoy the many natural wonders upstate Florida has to offer. When you rent an RV in Live Oak, adventure is never far away.

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The Great Outdoors

Amazing state parks and forests surround Live Oak, and one of the closest is the Woods Ferry Conservation Area. Covering over 1,000 acres of woodland, Woods Ferry makes for the perfect hiking area, with the Suwannee River Wilderness Trail dissecting the park. Along the trail, hikers will find a canoe launch and plenty of opportunities for fishing and nature watching. The trail featured is quite broad, and this makes it perfect for biking or even horseback riding.

Another great park to visit when you have an RV rental in Live Oak is the Twin Rivers State Forest. This forest contains many diverse landscapes, including swamps and sandhills. The varied landscape makes this state forest ideal if you enjoy nature watching, with animals including beavers, otters, and bobcats inhabiting the park. There are two hiking trails at the park, taking you through different elements of the forest. Popular recreational activities include canoeing and fishing, with the Suwannee River also passing through here.

The Suwannee River is a significant draw to the area, and when you book an RV in Live Oak, you should consider a trip to Big Shoals State Park. Featuring over 28 miles of trails through woodland, the park offers some stunning views of 80-foot precipices, not seen anywhere else in Florida. Another unique feature of the park are the whitewater rapids. These rapids are the biggest in Florida, making this area the perfect opportunity for a family photo.

RV Parks

When you rent an RV in Live Oak, you won't find many places to camp within the city due to its size. However, in neighboring Madison is the Yogi Bear Jellystone Park. This campground contains over 170 gravel campsites, most of which have full hookups that support max amp electricity. Some of the sites are pull-through, and there's space for slide-out campers. This well-equipped campground offers plenty of activities, including a swimming pool and a rec hall, and there are lots of amenities on site, from restrooms to a snack bar.

Another place to park your RV rental near Live Oak is at Lake City RV Resort. This campground has just under 70 gravel and grass campsites, all of which provide full hookups. This spacious campground has room for your big rig or slide-out motorhome, with every site offering pull-through access. This park has loads of amenities from showers to cable television, and recreation includes fishing in the pond and outdoor games.

Exploring the City

When you book a travel trailer rental in Live Oak, there will be sufficient activities to keep you entertained. Neighboring cities also offer restaurants and shops, with Lake City, Madison, and Jasper around 30 miles away. One of the best places to go when you rent a camper in Live Oak is the Dudley Farm Historic State Park near Newberry. This historic site/museum is home to a re-creation of what life was like at the turn of the 20th century, complete with original structures, farmhouses, and gardens from the time. Volunteers dress in period clothing and perform activities such as blacksmithing and farming to make you feel like you're stepping back in time. This living museum is the perfect way to experience what life was like for Floridians and is an enchanting family activity.

Another magical family-friendly activity to consider when you rent a camper in Live Oak is the Mystic Jungle Educational Facility. This conservation wildlife park focuses on saving big cats from extinction, with animals such as Indian leopards, Siberian tigers, and bobcats all inhabiting the park. Visitors can wander around the park and enjoy these majestic beasts while also learning about ways they can help the animals.

Alternatively, you may want to plan a trip to Rooney's Front Porch Farm. Another great family excursion, this farm lets its visitors pick blueberries and blackberries from its bushes. Visitors can also interact with the farm's animals, where kids will love petting and feeding the resident goats and sheep.

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