Listen to the sounds of the old waterwheel as you swing by the water's edge, or enjoy the rustic atmosphere of the recreated turn of the century buildings. Almost all of the lumber used in the construction was cut and milled on-site from our native pine and poplar trees. Take a walk around the park's parameter to see the many sights and smells a country setting has to offer. At dark, stars appear just out of reach, with peace and serenity just another breath away.
The park is nestled on gentle rolling hills with live oak and pine trees throughout the area. Located five miles from I-59, an asphalt highway brings you to the park entrance. The park is far enough away from outside influences, yet minutes from fast food, shopping, stables, golf, theaters, and other points of interest.
We would like you to stop and smell the flowers, observe the different birds, and wonder at the dance of the butterflies. At night, gaze at the stars while being warmed by your campfire, or simply lay your head down as you listen to nature's call . . . .
In 2000, the owner, a licensed contractor, had a vision of creating a place where family and friends could gather in a peaceful, tranquil atmosphere. He shared this dream with his wife, Kathy, and his father, Sonny Oliver, a licensed contractor with a civil and design engineering background. Through the drawing to the design, and then through construction, this park became a labor of love and devotion to God for the Oliver family.
"I want to personally thank my wife, Kathy Oliver, and my children, parents, and all the friends who helped make this park what it is today. I especially thank all the visitors and guests who have enriched our lives by passing through and supporting us."
This page is dedicated to my dad, the late Sonny Oliver. With his help, skills, and knowledge Clearwater RV Park became a reality.