A small working farm along the banks of a tributary of the Suwannee river. A quiet camping spot once inhabited by the Timucuan tribes. Wild turkey can still be heard and deer still roam the woods of this rural oak forest. Located in the heart of north Florida and in easy driving distance to manatee habitat, Gulf fishing, canoeing and paddling
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Your own private level 1/4 acre camping space. A stone's throw from a tributary of the Suwanee River. Listen to wild turkeys sitting by a fire pit in a beautiful oak glen, a 2 min. walk from a seasonal creek with swimming hole.An hours drive from the Gulf coast or Gainesville. Several springs and manatees sites nearby.Just off the cross Florida trail, with miles of hiking and bicycling. A mile from the Suwanee River and numerous boat ramps.A working farm with *pet sitting* available.A couple hours from the Atlantic ocean and Daytona Beach: or Orlando.
Old Town, Florida, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Bruce N.Joined in January 2022
2 ratings · 1 review
January 25, 2022
Pet Friendly Small Farm with Creek
I was easily able to get my truck & trailer parked after getting directions from the host. The area is remote and quite. A perfect place to isolate and enjoy some walks surrounded by the vast array of bird life and vegetation. Several trails near by.