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The Outside Inn

9 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents80 acres · Quincy, FL
Planted pine, orchard, untouched wetlands, walking trails, planted fields for wildlife viewing. Quiet and peaceful escape. Close to several state parks, including Torreya, Three rivers, Seminole, Florida Caverns, and Lake Talaquin forest. At this time I can host 1 RV or camper with full hook ups, 3 RV sites with power, water and 1 boondock (no power/water) site but large enough for an off-grid/self-sustainable RV. I'm always happy to show folks around and share the story. Please note: During the rainy season the grass may get a bit long at times. You can also expect to experience a wide variety of agricultural activities, outside of quiet hours of course. Born out of a dream that started 10 years ago when I acquired 40 acres of forgotten and unmanaged rural woods. Having dug right in with the help of the Florida Forestry Service, FWC, IFAS, NRCS and a very knowledgeable private forester; we developed a conservation management plan to restore it to its native state. The neighboring land became available and happily added another 40, I've learned so much on this amazing journey. 25K pines and a great deal of sweat equity later, it is time to share and encourage others to join in on the conservation efforts and make sure it's around for future generations.
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Goat House Farm

10 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents4 acres · Tallahassee, FL
Goat House Farm is a 501(c)3 owned micro-farm in a rural area of Tallahassee on the beautiful Lake Talquin. The farm has its humble beginnings in the summer of 2015 with four acres, four goats, and four chickens. Founded on the love of animals and a passion for sustainability, we remain committed to compassionate practices and the most natural care of our land and animals as possible. As stewards of the land and herd, we believe we have a responsibility to share nature's blessings. We offer several agritourism opportunities on the farm, from farmstays to day visits. Our primary program is to serve area youth with agricultural education and the opportunities to work with our goats. All proceeds from bookings go toward our programming. It is our goal to create a space where our visitors can have fun and learn about the animals who share that space. We also strive to serve as a valuable resource for first time goat owners. To support that endeavor, we sell chicken eggs, specialty cottage goods, honey, and natural goat milk and honey products. We also sell raw goat milk (for pet consumption only, as per Florida law - Master Feed License #ZOO406).
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Lake Seminole Hideaway

2 sites · RVsDonalsonville , GA
Just a great little campsite close to everything you can enjoy around a lakeLearn more about this land:RV hook up with lake view within a mile of public boat ramp, picnic area & public fishing doc.
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Roosting Coots

3 sites · RVs2 acres · Donalsonville, GA
Enjoy this wild escape on Lake Seminole, the 5th best bass fishing lake in the USA spanning 38,500 acres. Hunters, fisherman’s, and wildlife watchers paradise! Fenced in yard makes it pet friendly. Full hook ups available. Private boat launch on the property and an electric boat slip for your boat. Don’t have a boat? No problem! We have available for your use a 3 seat, 12 ft John boat with a trolling motor in the second dock slip. Nearby attractions- Seminole State Park (large motored boats will have to launch from here), Fox Hunting Life
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"Sweet Tupelo" on the "Big River"!

3 sites · RVs, Tents12 acres · Bristol, FL
R.V. DUMP STATION! . . "SWEET TUPELO" is a magical 12-acre RIVERFRONT property offering 3 R.V. sites, spaced 150 feet apart from each other. We're directly on the Apalachicola River, approximately 15 minutes south of Bristol, Florida. These campsites have so much to offer with sweeping water views on a wide bend of the river! The campsites feature: . 1. Waterfront R.V. camping sites spaced far enough from another camper for your enjoyment, (150 feet apart from each other with Site 1 and Site 3 having woods on one side). 2. Picnic table at EACH SITE. 3. Swivel-top charcoal grill at EACH SITE. 4. Fire Pit with 4 wood Adirondack Chairs AT EACH SITE. 5. EACH SITE has a 30-amp and 50-amp hookup, plus FOUR 110v electric outlets, along with two city drinking water spigots, (bring your own RV electric cord and RV drinking water hose). 6. Room for boat parking 7. Public boat ramp, playground, restrooms, just 300 YARDS AWAY! 8. R.V. size limit recommendations: Site 1 up to 50', Site 2 up to 32', Site 3 up to 36' . . RV DUMP STATION LOCATED ON OUR 12 ACRE PROPERTY!! To access it, turn onto Landing Road from Hwy 333. Go about 100 yards and instead of curving right, turn left into the FIRST gate. When leaving, please close the gate behind you. NOTE: You will need no less than a 10' long dump hose to reach from your RV to the dump hole. . . (For best results to see ALL features of our listing, including dates/availability of ALL 3 campsites, view our Hipcamp listing on a laptop rather than your mobile phone) . . If you need to rent an R.V. then contact Outdoorsy, the website that will deliver and set up an R.V. for you! Also, High-Five Adventures in Apalachicola, Florida. They also can deliver and set up an R.V. We are not affiliated with either of them nor endorse one way or the other.... Just info provided by us for you to inquire. . . Our three "SWEET TUPELO" R.V. campsites are located on 12 riverfront acres in the northern Panhandle of Florida on the historic Apalachicola River. The name “Sweet Tupelo” is taken from the Tupelo tree that grows exclusively in the floodplains and sloughs along the Apalachicola River. Local bees make their honey with the pollen of these trees creating many unique health and taste benefits found only in this part of the world. When you venture back into civilization, make sure you pick up a jar of Tupelo honey. You won’t be disappointed! . "Sweet Tupelo" is located roughly halfway between Apalachicola and Chattahoochee, at the river's mile marker 60. This river is Florida's LARGEST by volume, stretching 103 miles from the Florida/Georgia border in Chattahoochee to the historic fishing village of Apalachicola on the Gulf coast. The waters of the river originate northeast of Atlanta, Georgia! . On this secluded property, you can almost hear the sounds of yester-year when steamboats, pirates, Native American residents, British, Spanish, and French soldiers along with American settlers traveled throughout this area. . William August Bowles, a former British officer, built a fort right here on our bluffs as he hid from Spain and American Military officials while traveling with his fleet of pirate ships upstream from the Gulf coast! Bowles established the Muskogee Nation, encompassing the "Big Bend" region of the Florida Panhandle and lower Alabama/Georgia, with the support and cooperation of native tribes while proclaiming himself president in 1795. He eventually was caught by the Spanish in 1803 and his Estiffanulga fort was abandoned when he was sent to Morro Castle Prison in Havana Cuba, where he died in 1805 at age 42. . Beginning in the early 1800s, commercial steamships plied the Apalachicola River waters carrying cotton, provisions, and other products from Georgia and Alabama to the coast. From there, the cargo was switched to seafaring vessels and shipped to Europe, the American Northeast, and all over the world. In days gone by, Native Americans had thriving communities here, followed by American homesteaders who started to settle along these riverbanks in the early 1800’s. . What to do at Sweet Tupelo? . Well, the most popular activity is to relax and enjoy the fire pit while you watch this mighty river roll by. If you enjoy fishing, bring your boat to the Estiffanulga Public Boat Ramp & Park which is only 300 yards away, along with public restrooms and a great playground for the kids. To walk there, it's a short stroll on Joe Red Shular Road. . For fishing, the best location is at the public boat ramp because the cliff is not as high, and the edge of the cliff is more stable due to boulders being in place. There is a park bench as well. This spot is located at the left of the boat ramp. . Camel Lake is located just a few miles away deep in the Apalachicola National Forest. It features a secluded, natural roped-off swimming area and sandy beach, along with restrooms. . The Town of Bristol, the county seat of Liberty County, is 12 minutes north of the campsite and features a few restaurants, (Apalachee Restaurant, Subway), a grocery and hardware store, bank, and other niceties of small-town civilization. Blountstown, the county seat of Calhoun County, is 20 minutes away and also offers amenities. . The Panhandle Pioneer Settlement is a very interesting museum located about 20 minutes northwest in nearby Blountstown located on the other side of the river. Over 17 historic buildings may be toured which feature what life was like settling this North Florida area in the early 1800’s. Call for hours of operation. . The Gulf Coast to the south is only an hour’s drive away. Known as the Forgotten Coast, the pristine sands of St. George Island offer great beach access, public parking, restroom/shower facilities, a state park, along with many restaurants and shops to enjoy. The town of Apalachicola, full of maritime history, features beautiful historic homes and buildings, along with restaurants, shops and boat launches offering great access to the Gulf of Mexico. . Tallahassee is roughly an hour to the east and is Florida’s state capitol and home of Florida State University and Florida A & M University. If you need a small dose of civilization while camping, come visit the many historic locations, museums, and tours, along with great restaurants and shopping. . Wakulla Springs State Park is about 1 hour to the southeast and makes a fabulous day trip, especially on a very hot day! Cool off and swim in one of the deepest freshwater springs in the world, or lounge on the sandy shore under the shade of pine trees. Even a boat tour downstream! The site features a lovely restaurant and has a small museum. Be sure to say hello to “OLD JOE”, the 14-foot-long alligator which is preserved in the lobby. A very enjoyable day indeed. . Florida Caverns Cave Tour in Marianna FL Just take the one-hour drive northwest and you can travel back to pre-historic times as you tour this lime rock cave system full of stalagmites and stalactites. This other-worldly experience is sure to please young and old alike. . Falling Waters State Park in Chipley FL offers Florida's highest waterfall at 73 feet! A beautiful site! . Garden of Eden Trail located 5 miles north of Bristol. A 3.7-mile loop within the 6,295-acre Apalachicola Bluffs and Ravines Preserve. The canopied trail and the brook culminate with Alum Bluff. After about two hours of ascending and descending, stopping to hear the birds and the cicadas and to marvel at the way the landscape drops sheer into gullies, the land crests at Alum Bluff, almost 200 feet above the Apalachicola River! A theory is that the Garden of Eden was located in this beautiful area. (No dogs, no smoking, no restrooms). . Fort Gadsden Historic Site, located a few miles southwest of Sumatra off of Hwy 65 . FOOD nearby: Check for hours & days of operation which could change/vary: Apalachee Restaurant and Subway, both in Bristol located 15 minutes north. T.J. Market & Citgo Station, located in Lake Mystic, just 8 minutes north, offers breakfast, lunch, dinner, along with gas and the area's only non-ethanal marine gas for boats. Blountstown, 20 minutes away and 5-7 minutes west of Bristol, offers additional restaurants, grocery and hardware stores. . DIRECTIONS: . FOR R.V. SITE 1: . 1. From Bristol, take County Road 12 south to County Road 333, (roughly 10 min.) 2. Veer right onto County Road 333 3. Take County Road 333 to Landing Road, (a red clay road) 4. Turn right onto Landing Road. (The county-issued 911 address is 21103 Landing Road but that puts you to the right of our actual address). See item #5 below 5. Go about 200 yards, and as Landing Road curves right, go straight onto the lime rock driveway instead of curving right 6. Drive straight ahead, passing the first gate to your left, (which is where the R.V. Dump Station is located), and a county water tower on your right. You will arrive at the gated entrance to the property straight ahead 7. Upon entering the gate, continue on the lime rock driveway through the wooded area to the riverfront RV site at the end of the road. You will see a large fire pit with Adirondack chairs, a picnic table, a grill, a bar, a 110v/30/50-amp electrical hookup and water spigot. . FOR R.V. SITES 2 and 3: . The official "911 address", assigned by the county, is 7034 Joe Red Shuler Road NW. When you turn right off of Hwy 333 onto Joe Red Shuler Road, proceed straight. You'll see the double gates straight ahead where the road turns left toward the nearby boat ramp. Go straight, through the gate.
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Twin Pines Lakeside RV

1 site · RV1 acre · GA
Escape to the serene shores of Lake Seminole, Georgia's hidden gem and one of the premier bass fishing destinations globally. Our campsite offers unparalleled access to the breathtaking beauty of the lake, nestled amidst lush greenery and tranquil surroundings. With two public boat ramps within a stone's throw, anglers will find themselves in paradise, ready to cast their lines into the abundant waters. For those seeking adventure, our secluded property provides the perfect launching pad for kayaking excursions, allowing you to explore the lake's pristine waters at your leisure. Whether you're a seasoned angler or simply craving a retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, our campsite offers the ultimate getaway experience. Book your stay now and immerse yourself in the natural splendor of Lake Seminole. Water, Sewer and Electric onsite!
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Health is Wealth Camp

17 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents4 acres · Greenwood, FL
4.5 acres of flat and dry open field. It’s very private with a thick tree line on frontage. There are very low emf signals on this property. Wi Fi available on request. Refrigerator, bathroom, and outdoor shower with hot water on property. Close to Marianna, Florida Caverns State Park, Blue Springs Park, The Chipola River.
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Moonpie Farm and Creamery

7 sites · RVs, Tents40 acres · Cottondale, FL
The property has been in my family since the early 1930s. the old homestead was my Great Grandparents, it still standing and I currently use it for hatching/hospital/maternity ward/ nursery/ dog rooms. The old barn is now where most of the birds roost. The Greasy Skillet is now a big chicken coop. during hurricane Michael a big tree uprooted and up-rooted the concrete slab with it. What is now my home was my grandparent's house. I renovated some of it and moved in after the loss of my grandma. We are a WORKING FARM You will see and hear all the farm sounds! You can pet the goats . You never know their might even be baby goat to hold and bottle feed. There are chickens, ducks, geese, guinea fowl, quail and turkeys galore. We now have Peacocks!!! We also have 4 BIG PIG that love ear scratches. We offer farm tours!!! There are livestock guardian dogs that protect the farm. They sleep lots during the day and patrol at night so they bark lots at night... We are a REAL WORKING FARM. You can join in on morning feeding or collet eggs. You can watch or help with morning milking! If you are real adventurous you can help around the farm!!! You can pitch you tent in the pine forest or in the open area next to the ponds! We make and sell homemade cheeses. Please check out our Farm Store ! We are conveniently located off of I-10 and hwy 231. We have numerus Florida State Parks within minutes of our location! Please DO NOT take Sapp Rd or Admiral Rd they do not go to the farm.
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Maggie's Musical Farm

10 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Youngstown, FL
Mike & Maggie bought this beautiful property 38 years ago. Their house, The Cracker Shack, is 100 plus years old and is the second generation home of the Gainer family who settled the Econfina area in the 1820's. It's made of heart pine and the fireplace was carved from the limestone in Econfina Creek.
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Natural Healing Sanctuary

12 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents5 acres · Greenwood, FL
Beautiful, peaceful serene location for optimal retreat from the hectic life of today. Take a break from the ordinary to experience the extraordinary healing power of nature. Go to bed with the moon and stars. Wake up with the crowing of the roosters. Our on site Community Learning center with educational resources on natural health is open and offers FREE Wi-Fi 100% of the fees collected are donated to It Takes a Village Ministry, a 501c3 non profit organization dedicated to creating and sustaining natural healing communities around the world. Please note: Pet Friendly off grade, No aggressive breed dogs GS, pit bull , Rottweilers, Dobermans or breed over 100 lbs . no more than two pets all pets must be on leash at all time. , no fire burning in woods .
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Dove Rest

1 site · RV20 acres · Cypress, FL
Dove Rest RV Park is a quiet and tranquil country-like setting. We are under NEW MANAGEMENT. Enjoy all the activities that Marianna Florida and our surrounding areas have to offer or just rest and watch nature at its finest. We are conveniently located off US Highway Interstate 10 in Marianna, Florida. Giant pines and soulful cypress trees line the waterline of the beautiful and historic Marianna. Our resort has plenty of things to do. Our goal is to offer guests a clean, fun, and safe place to visit. Whether you stay overnight traveling through the area, are on a vacation get-a-way, or are staying for several months, our management and employees are here to ensure your stay at Dove Rest RV Park exceeds your expectations. Come stay with us and make new friends, explore this world’s natural surroundings with you and your whole family.
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Wildcat Creek Educational Ctr

6 sites · Tents81 acres · Blountstown, FL
Wildcat Creek Educational Center is located on 81 acres in North Florida, we are an off the grid organic farm and educational center, teaching solar energy, permaculture, eco-construction, mushroom identification and methods for simple independent living. We have many camp sites, beds in remodeled school buses, and other sleeping structures. Learn more about this land: Camping, lots of spots wooded, shady, near creek or upland. 81 acres with well marked trails. Don't have with, no problem we have sleeping space in restored school buses, clean, electricity for lights, fans, cell phone charging. The Chipola river is 1.5 miles away beautiful river allows fishing, swimming, boating, kayaks available for $35 all day includes necessary equipment and transport to and from river.
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The best camping near Seminole State Park guide

Overview

About

Nestled into the southwest corner of Georgia is a beautiful, wooded lake, perfect for all your wet and wild adventures. Seminole Lake encompasses 37,500 acres, and Seminole State Park is the best place to get out on the water. Five boat ramps and three fishing docks make it easy to take advantage of your favorite pastime.There’s also a sandy beach for swimming, trails for hiking, and a full-service campground for extending your stay. Unsure about your ability to rough it? We won’t think any worse of you if you rent the primitive treehouse with screened-in walls. The mosquitos can be fierce here, so be sure to plan accordingly and spend lots of time under water.

Notable campgrounds

  • Waterfront Cottages - Wake up to stunning lake views in one of the 14 cozy cottages along the water's edge.
  • Tent, Trailer & RV Campsites - Choose from 50 site-specific spots for a classic camping experience amid the park's natural beauty.
  • Group Shelter Campsite - Ideal for large gatherings, this campsite seats 200 and offers ample space for events and camping.

Tips for snagging a campsite

  • Book early to secure your spot, as waterfront sites are especially popular and can fill up quickly.
  • Consider off-peak seasons for more availability and a quieter camping experience.
  • Keep an eye on cancellations to snag a last-minute reservation.
  • Explore nearby camping options for alternative accommodations if the park is fully booked.

When to go

The best time to visit Seminole State Park is during the spring and fall when the weather is mild and the wildlife is active. Summer offers warm water activities but can be hot and busy. Winter is quieter but cooler, ideal for those seeking solitude.

Know before you go

  • Check for any park closures or renovations before your visit to ensure access to all facilities.
  • Remember to bring $5 for vehicle parking, with annual passes available for frequent visitors.
  • Wildlife is abundant, so always maintain a safe distance, especially from alligators.
  • The park is accessible from 7am to 10pm, with the office open from 8am to 5pm for any assistance.
  • For a smooth visit, call ahead for any capacity limits on picnic and group shelters.

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