Located on the edge of the Osceola Forest, our site is covered in huge Live Oak trees draping with moss. It’s on a corner lot that butts up against the National Forest. Deer and wild turkey frequently wander through the property. You have a fire pit, picnic table and a cement pad.
There’s space for two rigs if you are traveling together.
Limited internet available for emails and such, but no streaming. No charge for water hookup. Depending on when you come I may have full services, but have guests from Nov-April so it will not be available during that time.
Pick up your own trash
Use the butt holder for cigarette butts
If you bring pets, have them “go” in the forest, or clean up after them.
Pets on leash only
Our road is paved all the way. We have a 50 and a 30 amp site, but hookups are less likely available from October-April as I rent sites commercially. This is my winter income.
I do have parking still for those dry camping.
We have low hanging trees in center of property, which is important to note.
Back in is best. You have over an acre for use. The driveway is a little tricky for larger rigs, but can be done. We’ve had several 40 feet stay with us. Our property has a number of large oak trees for shade.
Not available during the summer as we camp host out west. In the summer, Oct-April, I do have paying guests that use the full hookups Nov - April, but you're welcome to join us and drydock. I'm sure I can get you water hookups.
Fishing, hiking, swimming, birdwatching. Olustee Battlfield is about twenty minutes away, a Cival War historical battle site. Ocean Pond is about twenty minutes away, which is great for swimming, skying, fishing and picnicking. There’s also tubing down the Itchetucknee River, which is incredible. White Springs, the Stephen Foster memorial, and the Suwannee River, are just a few other closely places you should visit..
Great hosts that responded quickly to us. Provided lots of helpful tips for travel along our route. The parking spot allowed us to pull through so we didn’t have to unhook. Tip. Be sure to leave by the same route that you came. We thought we’d take what appeared to be a shorter route by turning right on mc Carrie. Don’t turn right at the stop as it turns into a dirt road.
Beautiful and peaceful surroundings. We enjoyed looking at the stars at night. Great stay, thank you!
Awesome hosts. Very accommodating, friendly and made sure we were all set. Place is easy to find and a nice quiet getaway. Thank you again Slromine we definitely be back in the future if we are in your neck of the woods. Happy Trails from Blue Lagoon Acres
We spend 2 days in this great site in the nature, very clean and close to the Osceola forest.
We didn’t talk a lot to the hosts that were busy, but they visit us a couple of time, guide us to park our RV and give us advice about the area. They were very frendly.
We went biking to Lake City Downdown that is 8 miles from there with a very pretty and secure road.
Thanks to the hosts for there hospitality.
Great couple , hope to meet them again , they have a nice quiet spot in their neck of the woods . Thanks Sharon and CH
Wonderfully nice hosts! We enjoyed 2 peaceful nights at this spot. The hosts (and their friends) helped us when we pulled in and got stuck in mud. If you use 30amp, back in from the road and you'll be golden. Thanks so much!
The hosts are two of the nicest people you'll ever meet! The spot they have for an RV is off a road that gets little traffic especially at night. There is a water hook-up. Now there is a train you can hear off in the distance at times - it is far away enough to sound more soothing than annoying. All-in-all I recommend this host. Just beware of the name changes on the streets as you near the site. Google apparently has the new names which may not be the same as on the boondockers welcome map.
The place is very easy to access and close to the interstate so very convenient. As it was easter day, the host were not around but they had left us all the necessary instructions to make our stay very confortable.
We thank them very much.
Pauline and Réal