Welcome to our stunning Log Cabin Home, situated on riverfront and surrounded by scenic views of nature. Our location offers a peaceful and remote getaway for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life. Upstairs, you’ll find a large master bedroom with a comfortable king size bed and a private bathroom, perfect for relaxing after a day of kayaking, biking, or hiking. The cabin can accommodate up to 7 guests with the use of a couch and air mattresses, and there’s also a convenient washing machine for your laundry needs. Our property offers boat trailer parking and scenic views of the river and park. For entertainment, we offer an HDTV with Roku, children’s books and toys, and fireplace guards. Stay connected with our WIFI and enjoy our fully equipped kitchen and outdoor amenities, including a private patio or balcony, outdoor furniture, BBQ grill, and a kayak for your use on the river.
Nearby, The Withlacoochee River is known for its clear and cool waters, scenic beauty, abundant fishing opportunities, and excellent spots for kayaking and canoeing. The river is fed by several springs and tributaries, including the Rainbow River and the Chassahowitzka River. Hog Island is a small island in the Withlacoochee River that is a popular destination for boaters and kayakers. The island has sandy beaches, walking trails, and rich history, as it was once a popular spot for logging. Hog Island is a designated conservation area, so visitors are encouraged to respect the island’s environment and follow all rules and regulations.
The Croom Wildlife Management Area covers over 20,000 acres of the Withlacoochee State Forest, and features Silver Lake. The area offers a wide range of outdoor activities, including hunting, fishing, wildlife viewing, and picnicking. Visitors can also explore the hiking, cycling, and horseback riding trails, as well as the paved Withlacoochee State Trail. It’s important to note that children under the age of 16 are required to wear a helmet when horseback riding on public lands, as per Nicole’s Law. Duck hunting is allowed in the Croom Island Wildlife Management Area and Flying Eagle WMA due North of the cabin. The area is home to a variety of ducks, including wood ducks, mallards, teal, and ring-necked ducks. The best time for hunting is typically during the winter months, when the ducks are migrating south during the waterfowl season. Hunters should check with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission for the most up-to-date information on hunting regulations in the area.
Lake Townsen Preserve is approximately 11 miles northeast of Nobleton and is home to a diverse array of plant and animal species. The preserve is a popular spot for bird watching, with over 146 species of birds recorded in the area. Visitors can also spot reptiles and amphibians, such as alligators and several species of turtles, as well as mammals, such as white-tailed deer and wild turkeys. The Withlacoochee State Forest is a great place for bird watching, with a variety of species that can be spotted throughout the year. Some of the most commonly seen birds in the area include the red-cockaded woodpecker, bald eagle, and the Florida scrub jay. To get the most out of your bird watching experience, be sure to bring a good pair of binoculars and a field guide.
Air Conditioning, CO2 Detector, Coffee Maker, Fire Pit, First Aid Kit, Full Kitchen, Heat, Linens, Smoke Alarm, Towels, TV, Washer\Dryer, Wifi