Mostly cleared, level, unfenced vacant 100x150 lot. Strictly boondocking, no water, power, sewer or trash service available. I bought this lot as it's a few doors down from my Mom, so I'd have a place to park my rig when I visited. This is a rural residential neighborhood, a mix of stick built and manufactured homes. I call it my "Folly" because I thought that just because it had a power pole on it that I could get the electric hooked up. Turned out that wasn't the case. But that's ok, I'm a true boondocker and do fine with my solar. Warning, this is Florida. There are bugs, most particularly mosquitoes and fire ants. I don't have a ton of ants but there are some. The mosquitoes can be pretty bad though. It's the proximity to the lake. There is a fire bowl which you are welcome to use. It is possible that more than one rig could park here if you're traveling together.
Do NOT dump in the old septic tank under any circumstances, the system is not operational, it will leak and I'll get fined. Don't drive over it either. Quiet generators only, 8am-8pm, due to close neighbors.
The front portion of the lot gets decent sun, I have no trouble staying charged using my solar when I'm here.
Paved but narrow with some low limbs. My RV is @10.5' high and I have no issues. The UPS truck also makes it fine. :-)
Parking available next to the rig.
My property was hit by hurricane Michael and is covered with downed trees. I am unsure when it will be cleared as it's not covered by insurance.
Check out google maps. The beach isn't that far. You can see Deer Point Lake from the street. There's a small public boat ramp about a half mile away and a larger one about 3 miles away. There's access to the saltwater bay a little further away.