The Freckled Frog is located just west of the city of Arcadia Fl. It is a private farm with cattle and 3 donkeys on 35ac. It's possible to see deer and turkey early in the mornings or in the evenings. We are surrounded by cattle ranch’s and citrus groves. If you enjoy birdwatching, wildlife viewing, hiking or bike riding this will be a perfect place for you. We charge per
The Freckled Frog is located just west of the city of Arcadia Fl. It is a private farm with cattle and 3 donkeys on 35ac. It's possible to see deer and turkey early in the mornings or in the evenings. We are surrounded by cattle ranch’s and citrus groves. If you enjoy birdwatching, wildlife viewing, hiking or bike riding this will be a perfect place for you. We charge per spot for a camper/ RV or 2 small tents.
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Campground Regulations Campsite Limit - Maximum use and vehicle capacity permitted at a single campsite is six people, one camper unit, or two vehicles (only one of which can be an RV) per site or 2 small tents. No person, party, or organization shall be permitted to camp in designated areas for more than the total maximum number reserved. Campfires must be attended at all times. Small campfires are allowed at designated camping sites. All fires shall be completely extinguished prior to the user leaving the campsite. Only dead wood lying on the ground may be collected as fuel for campfires within the camping area. There is no wood for purchase. Be considerate of your fellow campers by observing quiet hours from 9:00 pm to 8:00 am. Generator use is permitted between the hours of 8:00 am to 9:00 pm, no longer than1 hour at a time. Most campers come for the peace and quiet. Please be respectful. Idling vehicle engines are considered generators in this regard. Property left unattended longer than 48 hours will be impounded and the campsite forfeited, regardless of whether or not it is reservable or non-reservable. Food Items should be kept sealed in a vehicle or a camping unit . Dispose of trash in animal-proof Do not hang bags of trash from structures or vegetation. Birds, especially ravens and vultures, tear plastic bags open and spill the contents. Cigarette butts, etc., are considered trash and should not be deposited on the ground. Such items must be completely extinguished and properly disposed of. Leave no trace behind. Do not feed the wildlife, including birds. This is unhealthy for wild animals and invites human/animal confrontations. Weather may change quickly, be prepared for sudden gusty winds by ensuring that tents and other items that may be damaged or scattered are properly secured at all times. Prevent injury to your pets by keeping them on a leash or otherwise restrained at all times. Pets may not be left unattended. Check at a visitor center for local kennels, if needed. Carry a flashlight and use caution when walking at night on trails, campground paths, or roads. There are many trip hazards in as well as spiny plants and venomous animals. Footwear other than flip-flops and sandals is recommended. Make sure your tent is secure, especially if you are in it at night.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 1PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
- Response time: Within an hour
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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Shaded pasture setting
Beautiful pasture setting with large oak trees for shade. Several stone fire rings. Has water but on sulfur well. Friendly owners with great communication. Convenient to Arcadia. Brought several friends with us, fun times had by all!
Deborah was very nice. I stayed 1 night and it was very peaceful. I had to cut my stay short for personal reasons, but I would return for some quiet time in the future.
Tranquility after rv parks.
We came to this location with our 38’ Montana 5th wheel and camped under the trees with plenty of shade on a unusually hot and humid February. We ran our generator following campground guidelines and did just fine. If you seek country a setting and needed quiet give the Freckled Frog 🐸 a visit. Joy and David Staber
Overall it was an ok place to stay. It was a little awkward we thought that the host didn't greet us when we came in or at all... I guess she thought she was giving privacy, but its really uncomfortable staying on someones property without saying hello. The description states hiking available and we were looking fwd to that but without meeting the host, and only text msg descriptions of where to hike, we did not know where to go and felt like we were trespassing so we didnt get a chance to hike the land. Hopefully this wont happen to future guests and you will greet them and make them feel welcome instead of trespassers to your neighbors land.