Large Peaceful Camping Cabin in Central Florida's Natural Forest

Ocala, Florida (United States) view map
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1 unit
7 guest capacity
2 nights minimum stay

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Description of Glamping Units

The camping cabin in Central Florida's Natural Forest sleeps up to seven people in its two bedrooms and sleeping accommodations in the living room. In one bedroom, there is a full-size bed; in the second bedroom, there is a set of bunk beds with a double bed for the bottom bunk that sleeps two people and a twin bed on top; and in the living room, there is a queen-size sofa bed. Linens and towels are provided. There are two bathrooms—both of which are attached to a bedroom—with have a toilet, a sink, and a shower.

There is a fully equipped kitchen that comes with a refrigerator, a microwave, a coffeemaker, a stove, an oven, a toaster, a dishwasher, and dishes and utensils for eight. Other amenities of this cabin accommodation include heating, air conditioning, a charcoal barbecue outside, and parking.

This is a rural setting and does not have Wi-Fi or cable. The camp is home to several longtime and permanent residents, some of which choose to display Confederate flags. The hosts are not responsible for how others maintain their lots and do not know who will be visiting from day to day. It’s not unusual to see pitched tents outside the cabin. Read More

Accommodation Amenities

  • Air conditioning
  • Linens provided
  • Pet-friendly
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Facilities

There is an on-site fishing pier, and coin-operated laundry is available.

Guests will have access to the boat ramps and a boat slip, too.

PROPERTY FACILITIES
  • Barbecue
  • Cafe
  • Deck or balcony
  • Fire pit
  • Parking
  • Shared bathroom
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Suitabilities

General
  • Couples
  • Family-friendly
  • No smoking
  • Location + Surroundings

    This glamping property is located in Umatilla, Florida set along the banks of the Oklawaha River and near Lake Griffin. Guests can bring their boat, jet ski, ATV, fishing poles, hunting gear and, of course, their adventurous spirit. This site is great for folks who want to reconnect with nature but don't want to sleep on the ground in the heat. This site is located at the southern tip of Ocala National Forest and the northern tip of the Harris Chain of Lakes. Read More

    Activities

    • 4x4
    • ATV/Quads
    • Biking
    • Bird watching
    • Canoeing
    • Fishing
    • Hiking
    • Horseback riding
    • Kayaking
    • Photography
    • Safari
    • Sightseeing
    • Walking

    Activities at this site include boating, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, and karaoke. Guests can also enjoy airboat rides. In close proximity to are the following recommended sites, Old River Paintball, 100 Miles of ATV trails, ATV rentals and tours, and great antiquing at Eustis, Mt. Dora, Umatilla, Belleview or Leesburg. Ocala is also home to some of the best horse farms in the world, visit one for a tour on horseback. Head to the Ocklawaha River Floodplain Forest for some of the most complex and diverse finds in all of Florida. Drier grounds, not regularly flooded, are marked by swamp red bay, water oak, loblolly bay, Florida elm, sweetgum and cabbage palm. While flood-prone regions give way to a mixture of tupelo, ash, red maple, water hickory, and bald cypress. Enormous giant cypress trees tower over, as glampers make their way along this forest.

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    Cancellation policy

    • You will receive a full refund if you cancel at least 7 days prior to check-in.
    • You will be charged for one full night’s stay plus 50% of the cost of the rest of the stay if you cancel within 7 days of check-in.
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    Check-In Details

    Check-in after:4:00 PM
    Check-out before:11:00 AM

    Additional Information

    From December 23 to April 1, the accommodation only rents for week-long or month-long stays.

    This is a rural setting and does not have Wi-Fi or cable. The camp is home to several longtime and permanent residents, some of which choose to display confederate flags. We are not responsible for how others maintain their lots and do not know who will be visiting from day to day. It’s not unusual to see pitched tents outside the cabin. Read More

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