Withlacoochee State Forest
Tillis Hill Campground
Inverness, FL | Public
The Withlacoochee River, Little Withlacoochee River, and Jumper Creek have all been designated as Outstanding Florida Waters, and each meanders through this forest which spans across 5 counties and exceeds 165,000 acres.
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9231 Trail 13

Inverness, FL 34452

Welcome to a paradise of untamed natural beauty. In the heart of the Withlacoochee State Forest, one of the Sunshine State's hidden treasures lies the Tillis Hill Campground. Surrounded by captivating waterways, lush woodlands, and sprawling sand hills, this is a place where nature reigns supreme, offering an unforgettable experience for anyone seeking to reconnect with the great outdoors.

With an extensive network of trails that welcome hikers, cyclists, and horseback riders, there's no shortage of adventure to be found. Seasonal hunting is permitted throughout much of the forest, and the region's lakes and flowing waterways offer excellent fishing prospects.

Camping, the ultimate way to immerse yourself in the natural grandeur of this area, comes in various forms, from full-facility to primitive and group camping, providing options for every kind of outdoors enthusiast. And when the day is spent, day-use facilities for picnicking and wildlife observation abound.

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