Interested in Owning A Deeded RV Lot?

Are you interested in purchasing your very own deeded RV site? Look no further! Here at the Lake Oklawaha RV Resort, we have over 350 deeded RV sites for sale. Our resort offers lots of all types- from shady to sunny, private to open, inland to lake overlook lots, we have a lot waiting for you!

Schedule an in person or virtual tour today with our sales team at 352-261-0128. 

Deeded RV Lots allow campers to own a site and even build out custom upgrades to make it a personal paradise. Lots are designed between 2,500 S.F. and 6,200 S.F., land large enough for you to create your own space and site. 

Find Your Lot
1. Select Your Site
 Lake Oklawaha Resort offers a variety of lot dimensions, atmosphere and proximity to the Lake. Take a tour around the property to find the site you want to call yours. Our staff is on site to welcome and help you.

2. Plan Your Enhancements
We provide a variety of custom upgrades to create your own personal paradise. Our staff listens and helps build what you envision your site to look like. We handle construction from stamped decorative concrete to coach houses, landscaping, fencing, and more.

3. Determine the Finances
If you need to finance your purchase, there are many options (based on credit worthiness) that include Home Equity loans, personal loans, land loans, mortgages and more.



Purchasing Steps
  • The Unit Reservation Deposit is a refundable deposit (within the 14 day period) to start the process. The Reservation Deposit secures your site with 14 days to review the Home Owners Association documents. After the 14 day period, your deposit is non-refundable and goes toward the lot purchase price.
  • The Purchase and Sale Agreement documents the transaction and all necessary assurances to create the closing document. A valid government-issued photo ID may be required.
  • Closing of the purchase occurs after the Title Company Escrow Officer reviews the Purchase Agreement and identifies what payments are owed and by whom; then prepares documents for closing and ensures all taxes, title searches and other closing costs are paid; and ensures the buyer's title is recorded. Some of the most common fees include escrow, recording and notary, title search and title insurance, local transfer taxes and Home Owners Association fees.
  • Once the closing documents are prepared, the buyer and title company arrange the wire payment from the buyer to the title company.