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 is electric, sewer and water available for an extra fee.
WiFi is available at the picnic table as you can pick it up from our vacation rental next door. Again, this requires a fee as we do not have free internet here in the forest and it’s via satellite.
There’s space for up to three if you are traveling together.
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.
No generators after 10 pm
18 hours free primitive camping.
Water, electric available
Paved road. If you need to you can pull all the way through.
You can pull straight in. You have over an acre for use. There’s sewer, electric and water. There’s also a small storage building on site.
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..
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