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Welcome to...

WEWA RV PARK

"Friendliest RV Park In The Panhandle"

Only $20 Per Night!
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"Come for a day, week, month, or a stay for a year to enjoy beautiful Wewahitchka, Florida!"

 

Perfect place for the sportsman.

    World Class local saltwater and freshwater fishing.

~ Wewahitchka ~ 

Home of Dead Lakes featuring World Class Fishing and Hunting, a few short miles from the most beautiful beaches of the Forgotten Coast!

We welcome you to the WEWA RV PARK nestled in the heart of the Northwest Florida Panhandle.

 

With so many nature based and sporting opportunities available in the area, WEWA RV PARK is the logical choice for your next great adventure or relaxing overnight stay!

Check out the area Fishing Forecast

 

Bob SuttonOwner & Resident Artist

Unique, One - Of- A- Kind
Creations

Why you should stay at Wewa RV Park...

  • ​Family Friendly 

  • Pets Welcome   

  • Roomy, Full-Sized RV sites 

  • 20, 30, & 50 Amp 

  • Water, Sewer, & Electric (Full Hook Ups)

  • ​The back of Wewa RV Park borders pristine Stone Mill Creek

Stonemill Creek in back of park

AREA ATTRACTIONS

 

Dead Lakes Park & Florida Hiking

Apalachicola National Forest and Chipola River 

Gulf County and the Forgotten Coast

1 Mile from Dead Lakes Park 

30 Minutes from Port St. Joe

55 Minutes from Panama City Beach

56 Minutes from Apalachicola

Six-ton deadhead cypress pulled from Dead Lakes

World's largest Cypress Planter
World's largest Cypress Planter

Hand-built Cypress Table
Hand-built Cypress Table

Please call us for a quote on a custom hand-built cypress table for you, or ask us what we have available in stock. Each table is one-of-a kind and the one you see here sits eight adults comfortably. It has a beveled glass top that provides a view into the pecky cypress wood that reveals twists and turns and natures own beauty. 850-639-5729

Cypress Grove
Cypress Grove

World's largest Cypress Planter
World's largest Cypress Planter

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Thank you for Visiting and Please Come Again...!
 
We Survived Hurricane Michael and are 850 Strong!

Cypress Sculpture

Ecologically and

Sustainably Harvested  

Meet other folks who will soon become friends.