This is a 20-acre, off-the-grid permaculture homestead that I have been working on since 2002. I have a diverse food forest of experimental perennial foods, much that I have started from seed and grafted onto. The long leaf pine area that I have started planting when I first got the property is now an ideal area to pitch a tent or hammock. I have been working on native groundContinue reading...
This is a 20-acre, off-the-grid permaculture homestead that I have been working on since 2002. I have a diverse food forest of experimental perennial foods, much that I have started from seed and grafted onto. The long leaf pine area that I have started planting when I first got the property is now an ideal area to pitch a tent or hammock. I have been working on native ground cover restoration in much these areas and have some rare plants establishing. There are some awesome big daddy live oak trees that are likely over 200 years old....great for climbing or camping under. We have some structures on the FInca that in the past I hosted WWOOFrs...one is a trailer with beds and a screened in front porch. Another is a palm thatched chickee by the pond. Bugs aren't bad in the summer compared to other places, but winter months are nearly bug free. I am trying to maintain some island diversity on the finca with critters such as bluebirds, quail, turkey, deer, a rare otter/bear, various cool snakes, reintroduced eastern fence lizards and many a skink (broadhead, 5 lined, brown), 6-lined racerunner, a ton of frogs and butterflys...lots of owls (Barred, eastern screech, horned). In certain areas there are things that'll get ya if you are off trail (blackberries, cactus, smilax etc), but just stay on the trails or main areas and you'll be fine. If there is abundance of food such as blueberries, citrus, chestnuts, plums, fig, then you can have ya some to share (it takes many years to establish a food forest but its coming along from much trial and error). I have random instruments out at the FInca and if you like to drum or jam on the guitar, this is a great place for that. Hope you can stay.
- Check in: After 9AM
- Check out: Before 2PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
I have two canoes that can be taken out for a small donation. We are near about 22 miles to Blue and Jenny SPrings and 25 mile...Read more
You can go down to river and try your luck although this is off my property. I did stock my pond with Tilapia but havent fishe...Read more
I have a loop trail thats about 1 mile long and a trail that hits the Santa Fe River (although off property).
I do have two canoes you can rent for 15$/day. We are about 25 miles to the most incredible Ichetucknee springs.
Where cant you wildlife watch! I do have ecological restoration and you may be lucky enough to see a bob white quail, gopher t...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Finca Mycol (Eco/Permie Camp) in Florida.
I have an airbnb in St Augustine...20 Davis St. Anastasia Beach is a protected natural beach around 5 miles long. This is 70 ...Read more
I have four main habitat types: hardwood hammock with big daddy super old live oak trees; Long leaf pine flatwoods where Im do...Read more
I'll go swimming in my pond on occasion. There is Lake Butler about 10 miles to the north that has a swimming area and beach.
River, stream or creek
I have a trail leading to the headwater of the Santa Fe River although this is not on my property.
Swimming down by the river (again off trail). The Ichetucknee is an amazing spring fed river which Ive swam with Manatees befo...Read more
I'm in FLorida! water may fall off my roof!
Places to see near Finca Mycol Eco/permie retreat
The vibe at Finca Mycol (Eco/Permie Camp)
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Literally such a cool place! Plenty to do and see with a great community-like culture. You'll get to stay in the RV or, if you choose, the screened in porch. You'll see from the photos how cool it is here!