Shangri-La Campground

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The grounds where they serve free sangria all day long!! Not quite. . . (that would be a heck of an attraction though!) This 24-site pull-thru equestrian campground is actually named after a mystical valley of mountainside paradise from the 1933 novel Lost Horizon by a famous Brit, James Hilton. Part of the Cross Florida Greenway, these sites do their best to live up to their Read more...
The grounds where they serve free sangria all day long!! Not quite... (that would be a heck of an attraction though!) This 24-site pull-thru equestrian campground is actually named after a mystical valley of mountainside paradise from the 1933 novel Lost Horizon by a famous Brit, James Hilton. Part of the Cross Florida Greenway, these sites do their best to live up to their mythical name and come with a large pavillion, a bathhouse/restroom, horse wash racks and a dump station. Otherwise this sites are pretty primitive and don’t have electricity or water, so you’ll want to bring plenty of your own!
Fires are allowed
Pets are allowed
Potable water is not available
  • Listing type: Public
  • No. of sites: 22
  • Phone: (352) 236-7143
  • Accessible by: Horse
  • Accommodation: Tent Only

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Hipcamper Julie Ann

We camped here for one night and it was beautiful. What made it so great were all of the horses that were on the campsite. We didn't know much about the area prior to camping, so we would do some things differently next time. You drive through a suburban area to get to the grounds and our space felt like it was literally in someones back yard. When we woke in the morning the household started playing loud music and it definitely took away from being out in nature. My advice would be to pick a spot on the other end, though its further from the restrooms. It is primitive camping so there is no electricity or or water besides the gathering areas. This town is great for horseback riding and tubing down the river on a hot summer day!

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Park
Cross Florida Greenway
State
Florida
Phone Number
(352) 236-7143
Directions
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Official Website
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Coordinates
29.038° N, 82.24° W
Unknown price
Equestrian: 19 Sites