You'll set up camp in a maintained field that is surrounded by old growth Oak forest. There's lots of birds, butterflies, mushrooms, Gopher tortoises, different species of pine and oak trees, blackberries, and native plants. If you're lucky, you'll spot our elusive deer and rabbits.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Forest-lined Field Camping in Florida.
Places to see near Windchime Meadows
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Awesome spot near gorgeous springs
I loved camping on Joshua's land! He has almost 40 acres and is flexible about camping locations. He's created a cute community and has 2 adorable (but potentially vicious) guard dogs that made me feel safe there. It's rural Florida, very quiet, and very nearby the Suwannee River. I only intended to stay a day, but ended up staying 3 days because Joshua and his friends let me in on the secret of the springs in this area! There are at least 25 springs just within 10 miles of Luraville, which has a gas station with an old mural of the springs on the wall. There are more springs than that further along the Suwannee and Santa Fe Rivers and this was a great basecamp to explore them from! It was so fun visiting the lesser known springs - no one was there most of the time - and they are very beautiful. If you are a cave diver, the biggest cave diving system in Florida is under the ground here. The best thing about this area is that people haven't yet found it. Even though it was spring break, I encountered just a couple spring breakers at one of the bigger springs. Joshua was a great host. He was available to answer questions and was very knowledgeable about the area, having grown up here, and very hospitable. This is my new favorite camping spot for Northern FL springs, and when I just want to get away from the crowds. Thank you so much, Joshua and crew!