Aruba RV Resort

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Aruba RV Resort

Located on Lake Okeechobee, the Aruba RV Resort is the premier location to have the ultimate Lake Okeechobee experience. We offer a variety of services and activities to ensure your time at Aruba is an experience to be remembered.

Description: Aruba RV Park

Aruba RV Resort is OPEN Year Round with full amenities (i.e. Rec Hall, Laundry, Restrooms and Café) available on November 1st thru April 30th of each year.

Group Rate Avaliable!

Lake Okeechobee got it name from two Indian words, "Okee" meaning (Big) and "Chobee" meaning (Water). Located in South Central Florida. Big "O" lies geographically in the center of the State. Okeechobee is famous for it bass, speckle perch, (also called crappie), bluegill , shellcracker fishing, and duck hunting. The Lake Okeechobee Scenic Trail opened by United States Forest Service in June of 1993 is located on top of the Hoover Dike, it is open to hikers and cyclists. The trail runs for 110 miles around the Big "O". Wildlife such as the bald eagle, blue heron, cattle egret, the white ibis, sand hill crane, turkey vulture, owl and countless other species thrive here, including alligator, bobcat, and turkey. On rare occasions you may even spot a Florida Panther.

Motel Rooms Park Models
RV Sites Cable TV Hook Ups
Covered & Uncovered Storage Manager On Site
30 & 50 amp Power Connections Non Water Front Sites
Water Front with Docs Golf Cart Rentals
138 Sites Water Connections
Open Year Round

Resort Amenities:
Pool Café & Bar
Card Room Exercise Room
Laundry Room Clubhouse
Meeting Facilities Concrete Boat Ramp
Boat Docks Screened Fish & Cleaning Rooms
Washers Shuffleboard Courts
Wi-Fi Outdoor Gathering/Meeting Spaces
Pet Friendly Dressing & Shower Rooms


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