About Lake Bryant
In Ocala, Florida, Lake Bryant is home to over 44 lakefront acres in the heart of the Ocala National Forest.
Lake Bryant is one of the larger lakes in the Ocala National Forest, very popular for fishing and boating. Access is via a commercially operated ramp south of SR 40 along Levy Hammock Road (SW 183rd Ave Road), just west of Halfmoon Lake.
Local RV Resort is the ideal location for exploring the many exciting natural treasures in Ocala National Forest. Try staying in one of the premium camping sites, rustic rental cabins, or have all the comforts of a full RV hook-up. The area campgrounds offer a getaway that is just what every angler needs.
Lake Bryant is a break from urban life, but close enough to enjoy any long weekend, making our pristine property a family tradition. Ocala National Forest is only 20 minutes by car to some of the most beautiful natural springs, like Juniper Springs, Silver Glen, Alexander Springs, Blue Springs, and Salt Springs, to name a few. The villages, a nearby community offering various golf, bowling, cinemas, and fishing activities, a selection of multiple inside & outside dining are also available. Lake Bryant is also only one hour and 20 minutes drive from the beaches of Daytona and Ormond Beach.
Disney World and all the other major attractions are also just a short drive away. Once you have your Micky Mouse fulfillment, visit Lake Bryant, excellent value for your money. We look forward to serving and fishing with you real soon.
Lake Bryant Fishing
Lake Bryant is approx 850 acres offering some of the best fishing in Florida, with various fish to catch, including big large-mouth bass, catfish, bluegill, and crappie. There are several boat ramps in the area and are all free of charge, so bring your boat and fishing tackle or use ours but let’s go try to catch a record size bass.
Bryant also has a lot of history; the American Indian canoes were found on the lake by Ed Gallagher (Park Resident) and are now in the local museum on display.
A fishing pier that you can fish from is very convenient and a great place in the evening to watch the sunset.
For more area lake information and professional Lake Bryant, fishing guide click here!
Little Lake Bryant
The Ocala National Forest has several campgrounds within the southernmost forest. The banks of a pristine lake are open and clean. They are providing a hamlet of shady from the old oaks or a complete viewing for stargazing. It’s a camper’s choice at Ocala National Forest, which has over a dozen campgrounds, from primitive tenting sites to lush RVing. If looking for an extended stay, some of these sites allow up to a two-week holiday. Before planning your next trip, always check out the Forest Service for updated information. They will provide information on closures or alerts and permits before you head out.
Lake Trafford is approximately 1500 acres of natural beauty. It is positioned in northeast Collier County. Home to native birds, alligators, and other swamp creatures. Trafford is regarded as a premier fishing lake for most anglers, with its Crappie, Bass, Bluegill, and Shellcracker all call the lake home. Try it for yourself and spend some time in one of the most beautiful areas of Southwest Florida!
Explore Lake Trafford Swamp, Headwaters of the Historic Everglades on the West Coast of Florida. View its creatures in their natural as wildlife officials are working to restore Lake Trafford in Collier County. They are planning 50,000 bulrush plants that will help accelerate the fish population process. These plants create a desirable habitat for bugs, fish, and other wildlife.
Enjoy the mom & pop feeling of old rustic Florida. It is still alive; the natural beauty and colorful characters make Lake Trafford a unique stop on any day.
Top Lake Bryant Fish Species