My husband and I live on two acres of land located in the Osceola Forest of North Florida with Pewee, a Rat Terrier and a Meli-Cat, a ginger tabby/mouser.
We also have a small vacation rental on one half of it and full hookup for 3 RVs 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 it here in the forest, but also love to travel, so to support this love, we work in the summer as camp hosts in the west.
We love hosting others and having an opportunity to share our neck of the woods with them.
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. I’m also an avid gardener, preferring a natural Forest feel. My husband loves fishing and football. LOL!
We have one vacation rental that’s beside the RV spot which may be available to rent if you have no camping family that would like to join you. It’s a 2 bedroom, sleeps 4, fully furnished cottage. Ask about availability.
We have Pewee, a small Rat Terrier, and Melli-Cat, a ginger tabby/mouser.😊
They love to travel as much as we do. They get so excited when they see us packing up the camper.
Melli loves to travel and watches the outside world from our camper window with wide eyes. If we’re in a quiet place, I may take her out on a leash, but most of the time she stays inside.
We’ve been using Boondockers Welcome several years and have enjoyed almost all places we’ve stayed, finding each unique. We’ve stayed at a farm in Nebraska, Peach Orchards, Bowling Alleys, Churches and have enjoyed and appreciated them all. My favorite if I had to be honest, was a Catfish Farm in Mississippi. Incredibly beautiful
But, then, there’s the Bowling Alley, where we sit on the edge of a valley and watch the sunrise over the valley, or the farm in Nebraska, where steam rose from a fresh plowed field, bringing back childhood memories.
So many places to go, so little time. ♥️
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, as well as traveling frequently with our 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 opportunities for fishing, hiking and swimming.
We have a 2020 Forest River Wildwood FXS Toy Hauler and and pull with a 2019 Titan. We also have two kayaks that comes with us.
Ramblin' Romines have 5 stars! We enjoyed hosting them. We welcome them back anytime
It was great to meet these two. They came in later than I know they had anticipated. Helped them get situated and then enjoyed a nice visit and coffee the next morning. We look forward to their return trip and hope they stop and visit again. Very nice couple with adorable pets. Looking forward to visiting them someday at their host location.
The ambling Romines are a very nice couple and they are welcome to stay anytime they come through
It was nice to have them stay for a night and are welcome to return.
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.
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