Whether you are looking to stay in a vacation cabin at Lake Louisa State Park, experience a historic cabin at Mike Roess Gold Head Branch State Park, or have a more rustic stay at Oleta River State Park, Florida State Parks has a wide variety of cabin options. The state has everything you need for a quick getaway from all the hustle and bustle. Don’t wait for the weekend to make your escape. There are many parks nearby—maybe right out your backdoor.
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Lake Louisa State Park1 of 9
A short drive from Orlando, Lake Louisa State Park offers 20 cabins overlooking the beautiful Dixie Lake. The cabins accommodate up to six people and have two bedrooms, two baths, full kitchen (with appliances), and a dining/living room. All you need to bring is your food, personal items, family, friends and a great mood to have some Florida fun and relaxation.
Things to Do: Bicycling, fishing, swimming, boating, canoeing, kayaking, geocaching, hiking and wildlife viewing.
Oleta River State Park2 of 9
Oleta River is conveniently located near the beach, shopping, restaurants and a wide array of entertainment in Miami. This park offers 14 quaint cabins with covered porches and picnic tables. Most cabins are equipped with one double bed, a bunk bed and air conditioning. While cabins have no kitchens or bathrooms, a restroom with hot showers is located nearby. This is the perfect style of camping for those who prefer to sleep indoors, but still have the camping experience. Bring your family and friends and come "cabin camping" in rustic style.
Things to Do: Bicycling, beach access, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, hiking, swimming.
Jonathan Dickinson State Park3 of 9
Jonathan Dickinson's 11 cabins are located near the Loxahatchee River, just south of Stuart. All cabins are furnished and have one bedroom with a queen or full-size bed, one bathroom, living area, dining area and kitchen area.
Things to Do: Boat tours, canoeing, kayaking, geocaching, biking, boating, fishing, swimming.
Topsail Hill Preserve State Park4 of 9
Catch the tram from Topsail Hill's bungalows and cabins to 3.2 miles of white sandy beaches in Santa Rosa Beach. Each bungalow is fully furnished and equipped with all appliances, cable TV and linens. Cabins accommodate up to six people with two bedrooms and two baths, full kitchen and a living/dining area.
Things to Do: Fishing, beach access, canoeing, kayaking, geocaching, hiking, hiking, swimming
Fanning Springs State Park5 of 9
Located along the Suwannee River Wilderness Trail with access to the Suwannee River, hiking trails and a second magnitude spring, spacious two-bedroom cabins have central heating and cooling, an electric fireplace, screened porch and kitchenette.
Things to Do: Boating, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, swimming, scuba diving, snorkeling.
Mike Roess Gold Head Branch State Park6 of 9
Sixteen vacation cabins overlook scenic Little Lake Johnson in peaceful Keystone Heights. Nine historic cabins were built in the 1930s by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) and have a combined living room/bedroom, a separate bathroom, a separate fully equipped kitchen, and a screened porch. Five block cabins were built in the 1960s and have a separate bedroom, a living room, a bathroom, a fully equipped kitchen, and a screened porch. Two fully ADA-accessible cabins were built in the 2000s and have a living room, bathroom, two bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen and a screened porch.
Things to Do: Biking, canoeing, kayaking, geocaching, hiking swimming, fishing.
Grayton Beach State Park7 of 9
Grayton Beach cabins are nestled in the pine woods only minutes away from the Gulf of Mexico and a mile of sugar-white beaches. This park offers 30 two-bedroom, one-bath duplex cabins, including two accessible cabins. Each cabin is equipped with a gas fireplace (available November through March), central heating and cooling, a kitchen with basic cooking and dining utensils, a screened in porch and an outdoor grill.
Things to Do: Beach, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, biking, fishing, swimming.
Lafayette Blue Springs State Park8 of 9
Located in the heart of spring country in North Florida, this park offers five cabins on stilts are situated within the tree canopy along the Suwannee River. Each cabin features two bedrooms with three beds, a pullout couch, one bathroom and a kitchen/dining/living room combination and an electric fireplace.
Things to Do: birding, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, boating, swimming, scuba diving.