Spending time in the Great Outdoors is good for your health and happiness, but temperatures can make camping in Florida pretty uncomfortable in the summer or winter. Florida has so many incredible outdoor adventures that it would be a shame to miss out just because of the heat (or possibly the cold). These cabins will make the whole experience much more comfortable for the whole family.
1. Fanning Springs State Park
Located near the Suwannee River, hiking trails, and an impressive spring, these two-bedroom cabins have central heat and air, screened-in porches and (in case you're visiting in the winter) electric fireplaces.
2. Oleta River State Park, North Miami Beach
These adorable little cabins have small covered porches and picnic tables. Keep in mind that these cabins do not have restrooms and showers, though there is one nearby. This is a very affordable alternative if you're looking for a place near Miami.
3. Hontoon Island State Park, DeLand
You can really get away at this park in DeLand, which is only accessible by boat or ferry. These cabins are very simple, with no heating or cooling or bathrooms, but you could use the single outlet for a fan if you bring one. The upside is that these cabins are much more affordable than the fancier ones.
4. Jonathan Dickinson State Park, Hobe Sound
Located near the Loxahatchee River, these lovely, furnished cabins provide modern conveniences in a charming setting. This would be a lovely alternative to a hotel for anyone visiting the area near Hobe Sound.
5. Cayo Costa State Park, near Captiva
These charming cabins are located near the beautiful natural beach and hiking trails of Cayo Costa, another park only accessible by boat. The cabins have no electricity or water, but they do have outdoor grills and picnic tables.
6. Grayton Beach State Park
The cabins nestled in the pine forest of this lovely park in northwest Florida have every amenity you could need, and they're only minutes from one of Florida's best beaches.
7. Lake Louisa State Park, Clermont
These charming cabins on Dixie Lake have two bedrooms and two bathrooms and can accommodate up to six guests. Fully stocked kitchen, living room, and dining room make this the perfect place to relax. Sit out on the shady porch and rock your cares away.
8. Silver Springs State Park, Ocala
These 2/1 cabins have plenty of luxuries, yet still retain their rustic charm. Central heat and air, microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher, and even a (seasonal) fireplace make these cabins perfect for even the fussiest guest.
9. Topsail Hill Preserve State Park, Santa Rosa Beach
These one-bedroom bungalows and 2/2 cabins are only a tram ride away from some of the country's most beautiful beaches. There are plenty of modern conveniences to ensure you have a perfect getaway.
10. Lafayette Blue Springs, Mayo
These stilt-house-style cabins can accommodate up to six people, There are plenty of amenities, but the screened porch with picnic table, rocking chairs and a swing steals the show.
Have you stayed in any of these places? Where are your favorite cabins in Florida?