RVC’s Live Oak Landing Looks to Nov. 1 Opening

October 22, 2010 by   - () Comments Off on RVC’s Live Oak Landing Looks to Nov. 1 Opening

RVC Outdoor Destinations will open its newest vacation experience, “Live Oak Landing,” on Nov. 1. The new development, located north of Seaside, Fla., and near the Hwy 331 bridge, is surrounded by water and offers boat access to the Choctawhatchee Bay, Gulf of Mexico, Inter Coastal Waterway and the Choctawhatchee River System.

“Live Oak Landing provides a better alternative vacation that offers incredible access to nature, fishing, modern amenities, and a peaceful setting,” Neil Sorrell, general manager, stated in a news release. “It is away from it all, yet within minutes of the beach, restaurants, shopping, and tourist attractions along scenic Highway 30-A.”

Live Oak Landing is the perfect destination for people who love water but don’t want to stay at a busy beach location. Boating and fishing enthusiasts will also find it an unbeatable attraction with the access to bay, gulf, river and bayou fishing. Guests can fish a wide variety of species including Redfish, Speckled Trout, Striped Bass and Mullet from the edge of the property. Or, they can use a boat from the resort to move a short distance onto the bay, Gulf, and other systems for a wider range of options.

Guests demand a better vacation for less in today’s economy, and RVC Outdoor Destinations delivers higher quality and value. Live Oak Landing offers furnished cottages, RV sites with full hook-ups, a private boat ramp and dock for guests, charter fishing service access, and free Wi-Fi. In addition, Live Oak is pet friendly and features an activity/meeting pavilion that can be utilized for corporate or recreational outdoor retreats. The strategic location in South Walton County also makes it the perfect weekend escape for those living in the area.

A fundamental in Live Oak Landing is the preservation of the surrounding environment with RVC’s thoughtful design. The property is surrounded by peaceful water reflecting the Spanish moss covered trees, with each site carefully nestled within this natural attraction. The common thread running through all of RVC’s outdoor destinations is the linking of beautiful, well planned environments with exceptional service and amenities, as exhibited in Live Oak Landing.

For more information on Live Oak Landing, visit the website Follow them on Twitter @LiveOakLanding and Facebook!/pages/Live-Oak-Landing/222369091275 for news and specials.

About RVC Outdoor Destinations: RVC Outdoor Destinations owns and operates a unique collection of properties in Arkansas, Georgia, North Carolina and Florida. For more information, visit


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