My husband and I live on an acre of land located in the Osceola Forest of north Florida with a menagerie of animals. We also have three acres of land around the corner that has a small vacation rental on one half of it and full hookup for a couple Rv or camper trailers on the other half. The lot butts up against the forest and has huge Live Oaks on it. Deer and wild turkey frequent the yard in the early morning. We love it out here in the forest and hope you will, too!
We love the forest and are familiar with the wide array of animal and plant life in the Osceola forest. I love studying the birds of the forest and can name most of them. I’m also an avid gardener, preferring a natural cottage feel. My husband loves vegetable gardening and his chickens. I have three ducks, which are the funniest characters.
We have one vacation rental that’s beside the RV spot, an I also offer graphic design and publishing services.
We have two small 🐕 🐕, Pewee, a small Jack Russel, Sugar, a Pomeranian mix, who is a diabetic sensor service dog, two 🐈 🐈, Melli and three ducks 😊
Pewee and Sugar both travel with us. They get so excited when they see us packing up the camper.
New to this. Hoping to travel a lot and have lots to put here later.
Lake City, Florida is our home town, but we’ve lived away for over 30 years. Now that we’re back we’re looking forward our retirement years here on our mini farm, as well as traveling frequently with our teardrop camper. Lake City is just south of the Georgia border, in the middle of the state. Interstate 10 and I-75 wrap around Lake City, offering ten different ways to get on the interstate, earning the name of Gateway to Florida.. In addition to being a beautiful town, Lake City offers many opt unities for fish and swimming.
We have a 2016 Tab with bath and small kitchenette. We pull it with a 2017 Nissan Frontier truck.
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.
This was our very first experience with ‘Boondockers’ and both the location and hosts made it memorable. We loved being away from it all and would recommend this heartily.
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