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Welaka Lodge & Resort

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Welaka, FL 32193

386-467-7171

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By Water 29.474381, -81.676176 (Marker 50)

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Catering to the casual and avid fisherman and their families, outdoor enthusiasts, or just those looking for a quiet respite in a beautiful setting, Welaka Lodge and Resort luxury cottage accomodations in an Old Florida setting.

Welaka Lodge & Resort consists of one and two bedroom cottages. These cottages are built in the Florida Vernacular (Cracker) style with wide porches, metal roofs, and traditional lap or board-n-batten siding.

In addition to cottages we offer twelve full hookup 20/30/50 amp RV sites with picnic table and fire ring.With the amenities provided we are an ideal location for family reunions, corporate retreats, and wedding.

Notes from Owner: 6 Years ago we purchased an old fish camp. we totally renovated and built new cottages ,Rv sites and marina. (12 Full Hook Up 50 amp RV Sites accomadate any size RV. Four modern cottages, swimming pool and 14 slip marina)

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Finished_pond_71517 Ball Rd

Green Cove Springs, FL

904-529-8058

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By Water  30.041936, -81.712317

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Recreational activities include camping, picnicking, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, fishing, bird watching, wildlife viewing, outdoor photography, and hiking.  Our trail systems through the uplands and the wetlands offer scenic tracts for the hiking enthusiast.  Camping facilities include 15 tent sites, two lodges with bunk beds sleeping 16 people per cabin, 9 tree house cabins, each accommodating 4 people, and 7 cabins with bunk beds sleeping 4 – 8 people.  Each campsite has a bathhouse with full restroom accommodations, and a unit house with electricity, including a stove and refrigerator.  Located throughout the park, and at each campsite, are picnic tables and grills for use by campers and park visitors.  To minimize impacts on our natural resources and to protect our plant and wildlife communities, vehicle access is limited.  Camping sites and cabins are accessed by walking trails.  The park is ideally suited as a natural outdoor environmental education facility when you consider the setting, location, and proximity of diverse upland and wetland ecosystems.  Classes and naturalist programs for organized groups and the public will be available in outdoor and indoor classrooms.  The natural outdoor laboratory will allow an opportunity for all conservation minded organizations to become involved with projects to promote protection and conservation enhancement of aquatic, terrestrial habitat, and wildlife in St. Johns watersheds.

Stop by for a picnic or a scenic nature hike, attend one of our naturalist programs, or stay for a day or two in one of our tree house cabins.  Enjoy a bird’s eye view overlooking the Peters Creek floodplain surrounded by spectacular forested wetland communities of mature cypress and hardwoods.  We have it all for the outdoor enthusiast.

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