Oasis In The Woods...

This is a private clothing optional property, you may cover up or be nude 100% of the time.

McAlpin, Florida

Oasis in the Woods

Oasis In The Woods, sits within an hour of quaint villages /beaches on the beautiful Gulf of Mexico.  The perfect naturist clothes optional, nudist vacation rental accommodates up to six adults and two children! Pets welcome!  The entire 2500 sq. ft. log chalet cabin sits on 5 peaceful private acres for your private use only!  Want the Atlantic Ocean instead, it is only an hour and fifteen-minute drive to great Atlantic beaches!!

The bedrooms look out on woods and fields, and one does not have to look hard to see bunnies, coyotes, and deer, wandering by.  Every amenity is available as the entire property is yours only when you rent my chalet!
Outdoor pool & heated indoor endless pool/ Jacuzzi, sauna, treadmill, universal workout equipment, and more!

You do not share any space with other guests other than your own guests, a totally private chalet with fenced in 5 acres for your own private use!
Want the Atlantic Ocean instead, it is only an hour and fifteen-minute drive to great Atlantic beaches!!
One of the few locations in the entire united states that can boast this!

Escape! Take that long-promised time for yourself to read, write, meditate, relax with your entire family or friends!
Events can be accommodated! Gourmet cooked meals, licensed massage therapist available at additional costs.

Relax at the chalet, or use this as your base for, river tubing, kayaking, hiking, go snorkeling/scuba cave diving in incredible natural springs. With three main rivers, all within 20 minutes, whether you want to rent a kayak or canoe and go "way down upon the Suwanee river".

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Rates: $295 weekdays/ $295 weekends plus $100 cleaning and $400 refundable security deposit.
Additional costs cleaning and security for pets plus VRBO fees and taxes

Please go to https://www.vrbo.com/1300441 and put in dates desired and all costs will show prior to bookings. All bookings are done through this link!


  • Check-in: 4:00 pm Check-out: by 11:00 am
  • Parties/events allowed per permission of owner at time of booking
  • Smoking of any substance not allowed in chalet.
  • Smoking only outside designated outside areas
  • Pets allowed must be approved prior to visit. $100 pet clean fee
  • Children allowed-parents must be responsible for children at all times at either of the 2 pools indoors or outdoors.
  • Children under 13 are not allowed in spa room or outside pool area without parent or adult over 21
  • Living room is quiet room. If you desire a fire in the fireplace, please ask Eric

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    • Sleeps up to 6 adults and 2 children
    • Formal dining room seats 6 - breakfast bar seats 2
    • Spa room and fitness room, equipment includes; upper body and pull up machine, treadmill, meditation cushions, exercise mats
    • Internet wireless through entire chalet, porches and some property
    • Entire chalet is air conditioned and heated
    • Washer and dryer free use
    • Fireplace - wood burning in living room
    • Heated indoor endless pool/ Jacuzzi
    • Iron & board linens provided
    • Telephone - local and us outgoing calls
    • Towels provided
    • Private outdoor screened in ground pool with pool lounger's, sauna and gas barbeque grill
    Kitchen is fully equipped has microwave, stovetop, and convection oven! Everything you need to cook a snack or gourmet meal, and I mean Everything!!
    formal dining room table can seat up to six people.

    Stove/Oven - electric 5 burner stove
    Toaster Oven & Toaster
    Coffee Maker
    Pantry Items
    Dishes & Utensils
    Living Room:
    Sit in the comfortable living room with vaulted 18-foot cathedral ceilings. Read a book from the library, sit on the couch or loveseat and watch a Netflix show or something else from the smart TV, or just get comfy in front of the 2-story fireplace.
    All three bedrooms have ac, overhead fans with lights, and are air-conditioned and heated.

    Bedroom 1; 1 queen, the bedroom overlooks the front porch and yard and side yard bedroom.

    Bedroom 2; 1 queen, 1 sleep sofa/futon, the bedroom has double French doors open to the pool & porch.

    Bedroom 3; open loft - 1 queen, this is an open loft on second floor no door.
    One full bathroom downstairs between bedroom 1 and 2 includes; full- toilet, combination tub/shower and large counter and mirror. Plenty of drawers for each of your guests. Hair dryer and iron and ironing board too!
    Things to do
    • Indoor pool
    • Outdoor pool
    • Workout/fitness room/sauna
    • Meditation room
    • Off Property; Wes skiles peacock springs state park has 2 major springs, a spring run and six sinkholes, this park features one of the longest underwater cave systems in the continental united states. An interpretive nature trail leads visitors on a path tracing the twisting tunnels of the caves far below their feet. Swimming in peacock springs and orange grove sink are popular. activities: birding, hiking, scuba/diving, snorkeling, grills, picnic area, pets on leash allowed, length of trail (in miles): 1.2.
    • Spirit of the Suwannee music park 386-364-1683- situated on 600 acres along the historic Suwannee river, this outstanding park offers a full event calendar of great musical performances, as well as a large variety of recreational activities such as horseback riding, swimming, canoeing, and camping. A cafe is also on site.
    • The Suwannee wilderness trail state park-designated Florida paddling trail, provides a managed wilderness experience while educating visitors about protecting the natural, cultural and heritage resources in the Suwannee river basin. The lower Suwannee runs deep and wide through pine flatwoods and wetlands as it flows into the Gulf of Mexico. Activities: bicycling, birding, canoeing, water recreation, freshwater fishing, length of trail (in miles): 72, water trail.
    • Suwannee river greenway at Branford- railroad heritage and renowned rivers provide opportunities to experience history and nature along the Suwannee river greenway at Branford. The greenway is home to a rewarding rail-trail that provides scenic views of old Florida. The Suwannee river marks the trail's western terminus while the clear-flowing Ichetucknee river is located at the eastern end. Nearby Ichetucknee springs state park and Branford springs provide opportunities for a swim and tube ride. Length of trail (in miles): 12.
    • Lafayette blue springs state park- take a dip in this first magnitude spring, walk across the natural limestone bridge that crosses the spring run flowing into the Suwannee river or picnic under the oaks with their swaying Spanish moss. Fish or canoe on the Suwannee river. Bicycling, hiking and wildlife viewing. The picnic area has tables, grills and two pavilions.
    • Suwannee river state park - 1/4 mile past the ranger station, a high bluff overlooks the spot where the with Lacoochee river joins the Suwannee river on its way to the Gulf of Mexico. Vestiges of history in the park show how important the Suwannee river was to Florida history. Along the river are long mounds of earthworks built during the civil war other remnants from the past include one of the state´s oldest cemeteries, five trails, ranging from a quarter mile to 18 miles, loop through surrounding woodlands and provide panoramic views of the rivers. Other activities include fishing, picnicking, and canoeing.
    • Troy spring state park -this 70-foot deep, first magnitude spring offers opportunities for swimming, snorkeling, and scuba diving along the banks of the Suwannee river. The spring run contains the remains of the civil war-era steamboat Madison, scuttled in 1863 to keep it from being captured. Take a walk through the shaded forest along the interpretive hiking trail or spend the day fishing along the river bank. Activities: birding, canoeing, hiking, scuba/diving, snorkeling, water sports, freshwater fishing.
    • Especially for the kids, Mystic jungle educational facility provides life time homes to many displaced exotic animals. We are their final home. We are not open to the public but rather do tours by reservation, free tours once a month on Sunday afternoons private tours are generally scheduled on Tues., Thurs., & sat