Experience the joy of Old Town, Florida, United States.
Are you in need of rest and relaxation to recharge? Wake up and enjoy your coffee while looking out at the beautiful, serene Suwannee River. Kara's Riverfront Cabin provides just that. Each detail of this cedar cabin-tiny home has been artfully put-together. Spend the day hiking, fishing, swimming, kayaking, and enjoying everything that the Suwannee has to offer. Minutes from multiple springs by river or road. Grill and firepits are available. We have 3 cabins, check out all our other listings!
Just a few minutes drive from Fanning Springs, Hart Springs, Otter Springs, Manatee Springs, Ichetucknee Springs, Ginnie Springs. Just a short paddle in Kayak or Canoe downstream and explore the several springs from the river. Take a day to fish the Gulf of Mexico, you are only 20 minutes away from Suwannee or Steinhatchee. Fishing charters are available from both. If you would like a day to play the famous Bob's River Place is just down the road. Take a walk on the wild side off a rope swing or slide. Lot's of local home cooking to be discovered at the local restaurants
This Cedar Cabin- Tiny Home has a separate bedroom with a full-size bed. This cabin sleeps four. Futon in living area. Kitchen includes 2 burner stove, mini fridge, microwave, coffee maker, along with pots, pans, flatware, plates. Bathroom includes walk-in shower, toilet, sink, and complimentary towels/ washclothes. Access to private fishing dock or take a swim in the Suwannee River off our private floating dock. Ask about access to our canoes and kayaks during your stay! Discover the wildlife on a hike around the property with Turkey, Deer, and the jumping Sturgeon all day. Want to take a longer hike? The Dixie Mainline trail is just down the road.
We have a floating dock to swim or fish from as well as a dock on the creek for fishing. Each cabin has a charcoal grill available so bring your steaks!
Come discover the nature of rustic Florida. Dixie County is defined by the Gulf of Mexico to the west, the Steinhatchee River to the north and the historical Suwannee River to the south. It is located in Natural North Florida, along the Hidden Coast of Florida's Big Bend region.