Explore Newnan’s Lake and the Gainesville Hawthorne Trail
Kates Fish Camp is completely surrounded by extraordinary wilderness with many trails to explore. Our campground is directly connected to the Gainesville-Hawthorne State Bike Trail with a map located here and Kates Fish Camp has total access to Newnan’s Lake. Fishing information is available on Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s website. All of our sites are “pull-through sites” and each site comes with electricity (30, 50, and 20 amp), water, Gigablast high-speed Wi-Fi, and the complementary use of our canoes and kayaks. Kates Fish Camp does not offer sewage hookups because of the recognized natural, ecological and cultural values of the surrounding land. All campers must be self-contained and there is only RV camping available although we do offer a restroom and a shower for your use.
Conveniently located just 10 minutes from Gainesville, FL
where you can visit The Cade Museum for Creativity & Invention, Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park, Heartwood Soundstage, Blackadder Brewing Company, Bo Diddley Plaza, The Historic Thomas Center, Swamp Head Brewery, The Hippodrome Theatre, The Devils Millhopper Geological State Park, The Kanapaha Botanical Gardens, The Harn Museum of Art, The Florida Museum of Natural History, and the Newnan’s Lake Boat Ramp at Earl P. Powers Park.
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Happy Campers Rule:
- Quiet hours are between 10 PM and 7 AM
- No loud music, barking dogs, or disturbing other campers allowed
- No dogs tied up outside or left unattended
- You are welcomed to make campfires, firewood is available, but no cutting standing green trees or burning trash
Prices and Availability:
- Only RV Camping
- Campers/RVs less than 25′ are $37.45
- Campers/RVs less than 30′ are $42.80
- Campers/RVs more than 30′ are $48.15
Nightly rates and weekly rates only. Campers/RVs are expected to have no more than 4 adults. Additional adults are $10 each.
To book your site give us a call at (352) 372-1026.