This is a pull through site in a wooded area with 30 amp electric and water available. It's located about three miles from the nearest exit for I-75 with about a mile of unpaved graded country road to the site. The interstate is about a quarter mile away as the crow flies, so traffic noise will be heard, especially at night. The campsite is surrounded by tall oak trees, so falling acorns as well as squirrels, birds and other critters will be seen and heard. The campsite is fairly level, but has a bit of a slope, so it isn't perfectly level. As the name implies, the campsite is secluded, surrounded by woods and the property is near the end of a dead end dirt road with very little traffic. You can walk along the tree covered dirt road without fear of being run over. If you're looking for peace and quiet surrounded by nature, then this is it.
Take nothing but photos, leave nothing but footprints. If you plug in and use the 30 amp electric, please be considerate and reimburse the host for the cost of the electricity. $5 per day is suggested.
The last mile to the site is a graded country road with a couple of sharp corners. There may be washouts and mud after a heavy rain. Most of the time the road is in good condition and easy to use, but it can be dusty after a dry spell. The gate at the entrance to the driveway is 10 feet wide, so it's a little tight. You'll need to swing wide and watch your side mirrors as you creep through the gate.
There is plenty of room to park a tow vehicle next to the rig.
I own this property, but don't live on site. Currently I have relatives living on the property and it should be available year round.
About 7 miles from historic downtown High Springs. About 25 miles from University of Florida in Gainesville. Not far from the Santa Fe river and a number of springs.
We enjoyed our stay at 20 Acre Wood. Our host was very nice and we had access to 30A electric and water. It was very peaceful and quiet.
My host Angie and her husband was beyond amazing! The property was down a lot of dirt roads very private. Angie has 3 kids and a newborn baby girl which she proudly introduced me to them and I had 3 days of joy around her and them. I love kids. Her & I visited everyday&had hours of warm conversations. I was there for hours&bonded very quickly&she asked me to exchange numbers so we could keep in touch which I did& I invited them up north which she seems excited about. I gladly compensated them for my stay with they amount asked & I had new baby clothes(my son had a boy)so I gave her the girl clothes I had bought&blankets&accessories I had to her which she was excited about. It feels great to leave with such a great experience between each other&being treated with love& kindness. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ Thanks again! I’ll miss you
Private solitude... I needed some down time in between shows and I got just that... Host communicated with me by phone . Everything went smoothly... Thank you..
I am pretty timid at first time trying things. My GPS wasn't working and kept telling me to make a u-turn. I got frustrated and started to leave, the host called at that moment and got me calmed down and on the right track. Nice secluded spot. Hook ups were easy . Nice people for a first time experience.
This was our first formal Boondockers Welcome stay. We have hosted once so far. Prior to our visit, we received thorough instructions. The site was very nice and offered electric and water hook ups. We got level easily. We heard some traffic noise, but it wasn’t obtrusive. My husband had hoped to hear the train whistle, but didn’t. We would have felt a little more comfortable if we had been able to meet someone during our stay. I guess we were feeling a little insecure since we are newbies to boondocking. All in all, it was a good overnight stay and we would happily return. Thank you Ron & Jan for opening up your “20 Acre Wood” We left $5 for electric on the porch and petted the friendly cat. 😺
Short distance from the interstate. Easy access even though remote location. Quiet; great for dog walking, etc. Family attentive and great to meet.
This was my second vist here! Thank you Ron & Jan! It's so, so peaceful! Thank you for your generosity!
This property is lovely and quiet. It was quite a challenge go us to get in the gate with our 26 foot trailer, but we took it slow. Or clip on mirror was knocked off the truck by the bushes on the side, but Karen's grandson very kindly went and retrieved it for us. The turn around was also very tight because of the turning radius of the truck and trailer and a large pile of dead wood on the inner edge of the turn. But some trimming of the sticks and twigs and me holding the bigger pieces of wood we managed to scrape past and went and settled into the site. Unfortunately we did not end up spending the night as the weather report was predicting rain and storms, so we opted to leave instead of traveling on the wet gravel road in the morning (We had just had the rig washed). But quite a nice overnight spot with easy access from I 75.
Thanks to 20 Acre Wood for a nice place to land each day. Since I usually dry camp the 30 amp hookup was a welcome treat!
Would stay again if in the area!!!
We stayed recently for 3 nights and were welcomed by lovely Karen and her daughter in law on arrival. The spot was flat, dark and leafy. There was a small hum of road noise and we had to watch a few branches on the driveway in but overall ideal spot to explore local springs. Thanks!
So much gratitude for my sweet stay at 20 acre wood! Cozy, private and just what I needed!
And the drive through those drapping trees on my way there was breathtaking!
This lovely spot in the woods was quiet and peaceful - just my style! I didn't meet Ron and Jan but a relative greeted me warmly upon arrival and answered all my questions. A sweet spot for a smaller rig.
Thanks to Ron & Jan for allowing us to stay at their woods. Karen was very gracious, hospitable and helpful. I gave Karen $20 for the water and electric use. Would love to return sometime. Again Thank You . If your ever our way, your welcome to stay.
We enjoyed our stay at this quiet country spot about a mile down a dirt road. Host was friendly and helpful.
Nice level spot in the grass, out in a rural area. Dirt Road was a little rough in spots after the rain but didn't have an issue. Very nice meeting hosts sister.
Thank you so much Jan & Ron for allowing my husband & I the privledge of staying at your site. We loved the relaxing atmosphere and natural setting. Your site offered sure a great place to stay after a long day on the road. If you ever come to northern Michigan, please consider staying with us! Again, thank you! Debbie & Klaus
We stayed 3 nights and it was pleasant and relaxing! Unfortunately we did not get to meet our host as they where away but they were kind enough to let us stay. They have family on the property but we really did not even know they were there, we said hello in passing. There are many state parks which we and the dogs enjoyed. Would recommend Peperoni's Pizza, we had calzones....delicious! Would definatly return here and highly recommend to fellow Boondockers.
We enjoyed our stay which allowed use to visit our friends and go dancing in Gainesville. Thank you
This place was great, we even asked to stay an extra day for the 3 night max. Very peaceful and private spot with water and 30 Amps - soloron's family was very welcoming and helpful, we would love to return when back in this area!
Friendly welcome and a quiet rural area.
Enjoyed the area and location!
Our stay was just what we needed, a welcoming place. We ended up staying a shorter time than planned as our plans changed, everyone was flexible. We were given our own space, but the hosts were very open to chatting and we're full of info about the local area.
Thank you so much for your hospitality. I had several affairs to handle in the area and stayed for three days. Having water available was a plus for someone traveling in a teardrop. Soloron's sister was also very nice and made the effort to come and great me. Thank you!
Lovely rural spot in Alachua Florida. Water and electric, surrounded by old Florida oaks and pines. Thank you so much for making our first boondocking experience a great one!
Stopped here on the way north out of Florida and found it to be quiet stop close to I-75. Was grateful for the 30-amp power and water supply. No problem communicating with property owner who lives off site. Had to carefully navigate my 30-foot class C vehicle through gate, but made it through without a problem. Would recommend to others.
Beautiful rustic road under all that weeping spanish moss to drive to the camping spot. Just drive slow. I was 108º heat index, I never would have survived without my airconditioning. Thank you again!
While the adjacent interstate is a tad noisy, it quiets down at night. It's the erfect location for seeing north central Florida's sights or while traveling around the state. We stayed Feb. 12.
Lynda and Robert in Campervan Zephyr.
We stayed with soloron31 for two nights and it was just wonderful. The spot was big and private, and we appreciated having both the water and electric. It was nice to have the time to rest after being on the road for awhile. Thanks again!
We stayed there 2 days and it was perfect. The site even had water and electricity, which was fantastic because it was chilly at night! The drive in is beautiful with some low clearance branches to look out for. Our trailer is 10'6" and we had no issue. Our host was very helpful and his family was super friendly. Thanks again for everything!