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Unique Safari Tent Rental for Camping near the Ocklawaha River in Ocala, Florida

Ocala, Florida (United States)

Unique Safari Tent Rental for Camping near the Ocklawaha River in Ocala, Florida

Accommodation verified by Glamping Hub
4.0 6 Reviews

"If you need to get away from the rat race this is place to come. This is located at an old fish camp. Nelsons fish camp to be exact. Quiet place. …"

Tina Marsh, guest in March 20, 2020.
Private Safari tent
2 guests
Bathroom
Entire Safari tent
Pets allowed
Forest

Located on the Ocklawaha River, by the magnificent Ocala National Forest in central Florida, this unique safari tent rental can provide up to two guests with a fantastic camping adventure and offers all of the essentials. This spacious screened tent comes with a queen-size bed, and shared bathroom facilities are found nearby, featuring a shower, a sink, and a toilet. Linens are kindly provided.

Inside, guests will enjoy the use of a miniature refrigerator and a toaster oven, so they can prepare simple meals and snacks. There is a small deck with two patio chairs, a great place to enjoy a morning cup of coffee or an evening drink in the sunshine. Guests will also have a front door that locks, keeping valuables safe.

Outside the tent, there is a picnic table, where guests can enjoy their meals in the fresh air, and when the sun begins to set, guests can light up the fire pit and while away the evening hours together. As the tent is located on a campsite, guests will be able to access boat ramps and slips, fishing piers, and coin-operated laundry facilities.

There is a newly renovated community bathroom and shower, and new coin-operated laundry facilities available on-site. Guests will have access to the boat ramps, a boat slip, and fishing pier.

1 bed

  • 1 Queen-size bed

Features and Services

  • Heating
  • Air conditioning
  • Boat dock
  • Coffeemaker
  • Shower
  • Linens and pillows
  • Fire pit
  • Parking
  • Deck/Patio

Hosted by Robin
86% positive feedback

  • Response rate: 100%
  • Response time: Within 1 day
  • Joined in 2014
  • More than 50 bookings

3 accommodations in Glamping Hub

4.0 - 6 Reviews

Accommodation Rules

  • Check-in: 04:00 PM
  • Check-out: 11:00 AM
  • Infants allowed Under 2 years old
  • Children allowed 2-12 years old
  • Pets allowed
  • No smoking
  • No parties
  • No events
  • Some spaces are shared
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 glamping tent.

Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.

Cancellation policy

Free cancellation up to 7 days
Moderate: You will receive a full refund if you cancel at least 7 days prior to check-in.
Details

Location & Surroundings

Ocala, Florida (United States)

Detailed location provided after booking

  • Supermarket
  • River, stream or creek
  • Forest
  • Lake

Activities

  • Swimming on-site
  • Hiking
  • Water sports
  • Horseback riding
  • Biking
  • Kayaking/Canoeing
  • Stand-up paddleboarding
  • Zip-lining
  • Fishing on-site
  • Boating/Sailing on-site
  • ATV/Quads/4x4
  • Wildlife watching
  • Safari/Game drive
  • Golfing

Activities at this site include boating, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, and karaoke. Guests can also enjoy airboat rides. In close proximity are the following recommended sites: Old River Paintball, 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, guests can visit one for a tour on horseback. Another option is to 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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