Breezy Acres RV Park is a quiet, adult only, clean park to relax in a rural setting. Both locals and tourists come to the Chiefland, Florida park year after year for a laid back lifestyle while enjoying many of the local attractions and restaurants.
Breezy Acres RV Park is within minutes of numerous local attractions. Be sure to stop by and visit: The Dakota Winery, Manatee Springs State Park, Fanning Springs State Park, the Levy County Quilt Museum and numerous antique shoppes in the area.
The Park ownership was transferred to the new owners Lani and Greg Kimball as of March 7, 2023. They are excited to continue forward adding to the numerous improvements that have been made including; two major electric upgrades, tree trimming, hot water heater in the laundry, removal of the Pavillion, new fence along 27, new signage, bath renovations, complete Clubhouse renovation and general maintenance. Come and see the new Breezy Acres RV Park!
Venture a little farther out and visit Cedar Key, "a quaint little drinking village with a fishing problem", as their signs and shirts say, for outstanding seafood, boating, kayaking and fishing off their pier. Also stop by Tony's when there and sample some of his award winning Clam Chowder. Oh so good!
We are located in North Central Florida just 2 hours from Jacksonville, St Augustine, Tallahassee, Florida , Tampa and the Orlando attractions. We're about 30 minutes west of Gainesville and 35 minutes north west of Ocala.
Coming from the north on US-19/28 S take a left on US-27 ALT for 7 miles.
Coming from the south on US-27 ALT, after the Bronson stop light, continue 6 miles, on the right.
Coming from the south on Us-19/28, turn right on Hwy 24 at Otter Creek, turn left at the Bronson light, go 6 miles, on the right.
Coming from Gainesville on Hwy 24, turn right on Alt 27 at the Bronson light, go 6 miles, on the right.
At Breezy Acres Campground during summer months highs are in the 90's with night lows in the 70's. High temperatures throughout the winter months are normally in the 60's and 70's with lows in the 30's to the 50's.