- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Suncoast Trail is less than 5 minutes from campground, with parking lot at trail head. Withlacoochee State Trail is also a shor...Read more
Whether you'd like a leisurely day on the river or an adventure in the Gulf there are plenty of boating options nearby.
Hiking to Caving we have it all local!
Too many options to list!
Out of respect for any other campers we ask that you don't use these on the property. There are plenty of trails close by with ...Read more
From springs to rivers and sandy beaches there are lots of swimming areas nearby.
Wild Turkeys and deer can be seen from your campsite but there are lots of animal sanctuary's nearby to get up close and person...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Smokey Acres Primitive Camp Site 2 in Florida.
Prairie, meadow, or plain
A large clearing with ponds surrounded by trees.
We aren't a farm farm but there is livestock on the property.
The vibe at Smokey Acres Primitive Camp Site 2
Places to see near Smokey Acres
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Very peaceful grounds. Beautiful trees and lots of birds. One day I was surrounded by at least 22 robins, a cardinal couple, and the resident sandhill crane couple. Host was always quick to respond, and made me feel welcome by setting up a table and chairs at my campsite, plus a fire pit with firewood in it. Their friend "Tiger Mike" was down from Maine for the winter, and we enjoyed campfires, music and movies together.
Great spot! Easy to find and land is well maintained. We were set next to the pond and the sheep. Camp site had table and chairs, water spout, and fire pit. Dog friendly!
Much needed mini escape
We were so grateful for the peace and quiet this spot offered. The little pond with the frogs at night, the occasional bleat from the llama or sheep, and the visits from the sand cranes were all gentle reminders to take more time to check out and appreciate nature. The sites are out in the open but with plenty of space between them to still feel reclusive.