Lot 101 is 100 acres of land in Baker County, Fl with excellent convenience to highway 10 and 90. The location is perfect for the secluded homestead. This Tract has never been offered to the public before and won't last long on the market! Power is available at the road if you want to build a family ranch or camp on the property.
Jacksonville & Lake City have a moderate climate, many outdoor recreational activities, and an affordable cost of living. The tract's proximity to metropolitan areas and additional recreational amenities make it a desirable area for families, as well as retirees.
Lake City, in central north Florida’s Columbia County, has been the Gateway to Florida since 1832. Located between Jacksonville, Tallahassee, and Gainesville near the intersection of I-10 and I-75, Lake City and its natural beauty and outdoor activities attract visitors year-round. This pristine part of Florida is a natural theme park for outdoor enthusiasts, festival goers, music lovers or those who simply want to spend a little time in a quiet, tranquil setting. Lake City has crystal-clear freshwater springs, rocking music festivals, history, culture, paddling, and biking.
Jacksonville, perfectly positioned along the Atlantic Ocean in northeast Florida, is a natural paradise for visitors looking for an affordable yet luxurious destination.
Whether you are looking to discover the undiscovered, ignite romance, reconnect with family, or be inspired by the city’s cultural offerings or vivid sunrises, anything is possible in Jacksonville.
The "River City by the Sea" boasts more than 20 miles of wide and uncrowded beaches, close to 40 miles of the tranquil Intracoastal Waterway canal, and the longest stretch of the beautiful St. Johns River.
On land, Jacksonville is home to the largest urban park system in the nation, with 10 state and national parks.
Its authentic cuisine, thriving craft-beer scene and fun and cosmopolitan nightlife make Jacksonville a unique destination.
t. Mary's Shoals Park has preserved what wild Florida looked like a century in the past. The park opened in 2009 and has operated through various grant funding including the Florida Communities Trust, FRDAP, and Recreational Trails Program. The property is located along the Florida-Georgia border and is flanked by the St. Mary's River on its northern boundary. Fishing ponds, pavilions, restrooms, and water access are available for public usage. There is also public access to nearly 2 miles of the tannin-stained St. Mary's River and white sandy shores.
St. Mary Shoals Park encompasses 2,568 acres consisting of separate facilities and trail systems for OHV operators and "EQU-PED(AL)" visitors. What is an "EQU-PED(AL)"? "EQU-PED(AL)" refers to equestrian, pedestrian, hikers, cyclists and any other foot traffic.
Tha annual Olustee Festival has over 200 booths with vendors from all over Florida showing off their wonderful handcrafted items, an awesome selection of food with our vendors coming from all over the east coast & a kids area featuring pony rides, pig races, bounce houses and much much more.
Quail Heights Country Club’s 18-hole championship layout features a challenging mixture of water, sand traps and rolling hills to provide golfers a variety of challenges while rewarding smart play. Our 18-hole facility is nestled in the “Gateway to Florida” which provides you with an experience of Florida very few obtain. The course has five sets of tees to accommodate and entertain players of all ages and abilities. Quail Heights’s golf course is open to both members and the public, perfect for an afternoon round after work or a weekend foursome.
Our Golf club features friendly staff and several amenities that help you to relax and enjoy the good life, with Southern hospitality and facilities that are second to none in the area. Our staff takes excellent care of the course, making sure that all greens and fairways are properly manicured to ensure an enjoyable, challenging round of golf.
Although well-known for its warm weather tubing, the 2,669-acre Ichetucknee Springs State Park is also a wildlife haven, where beaver, otter, gar, softshell turtle, wild turkey, wood duck, and limpkin all find a home. The main draw is the park’s eight major crystalline springs that join together to create the six-mile Ichetucknee River.
The upper portion within the state park is a National Natural Landmark, perhaps the most pristine spring run in the state and best enjoyed by canoe or kayak during the cooler months.
Three nature trails also guide visitors through the lush park forest or through a majestic sandhill environment with towering longleaf pines.
The Osceola National Forest is a natural gem. These forested woodlands and swamps provide many opportunities for a wide range of visitor experiences such as camping, hiking, swimming, fishing, hunting, riding horse trails, wildlife viewing, and many more.