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Jul112012

Best Cabin Camping Spots in Florida

Last week we showed you the best tent camping spots in South Florida, and now we're bringing you the top cabin camping spots in Florida.

So if you want to leave the concrete jungle behind for some much needed R&R in nature, check out these picks:

Oleta River State Park (Southeast Florida)

Park Entry Fee: $6/per vehicle (Limit 2-8 people per vehicle)

Cabin Rental: $55/per night and can accomodate up to 4 guests with 1 bedroom which includes a double bed and a bunk bed. While the cabins don't have a kitchen or bathroom, facilties are located nearby.

Highlights: This park has white sandy beaches, and offers bicycling, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, hiking, nature trails, picknicking, swimming and wildlife viewing.

 

Bahia Honda State Park (Southeast Florida)

Park Entry Fee: $8/per vehicle (Limit 2-8 people per vehicle)

Cabin Rental: $120/per night (May 1-Oct 31) and $160/per night (Nov 1-Apr 30) and can accomodate up to 6 guests with 2 bedrooms with a double bed in each room, and a sofa bed in the livingroom. This cabin also includes a full kitchen, bathroom and living room.

Highlights: This park has beautiful sandy beaches and offers swimming, scuba diving, snorkeling, boating, boat tours, campfire circles, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, bicycling, hiking, nature trails, picknicking, wildlife viewing, and is pet friendly.

Silver River State Park (Central Florida)

Park Entry Fee: $6/per vehicle (Limit 2-8 people per vehicle)

Cabin Rental: $110/per night and can accomodate up to 6 people with 2 bedrooms and a sofabed in the livingroom, a shower, gas fireplace, living room, and full kitchen. The cabin also comes with a porch and a fireplace.

Highlights: Bicycling, campfire circles, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, nature trails, equestrian trails, museum, pet friendly, picnicking, and wildlife viewing.

 

Myakka River State Park (Southwest Florida)

Park Entry Fee: $6/per vehicle (Limit 2-8 people per vehicle)

Cabin Rental: $70/per night and can accomodate up to 6 people with 3 bedrooms, a shower, living room, and full kitchen. The cabin also comes with a porch and a fireplace.

Highlights: Kayaking, fishing, birding, bicycling, hiking, nature trails, horse/equestrian trails, wildlife viewing and an activity they call geo-seeking. Geo-seeking is a virtual treasure hunt where you find one or all of the geocaches located throughout the park.

Lake Louisa State Park (Central Florida)

Park Entry Fee: $5/per vehicle (Limit 2-8 people per vehicle)

Cabin Rental: $120/per night and can accomodate up to 6 people with two bedrooms, a bathrooms, full kitchen, full dining/living room, and fireplace.

Highlights: Kayaking starting at $8 for the first 2 hours, $3/hour after that, with a refundable $20 deposit. They also have fishing, hiking, nature trails, horse/equestrian trails, wildlife viewing and geo-seeking. 

 

Want more? If these picks don't fit the bill you can always take a look at Florida State Parks list of overnight cabin accomodations in parks that span The Florida Keys to Santa Rosa Beach.

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