Cabins at Beaches
These cabins are at oceanfront parks. In some cases, the beach is just a short walk away. At other parks, you’ll need to take a free tram.
Cabins at Florida Springs
The following destinations offer cabin stays on the same property where you can swim, snorkel, and sometimes even dive in a spring. Some of these offer diving lessons.
State Park Cabins
Cabins are very popular at Florida State Parks because they cost about the same as a hotel room but have more capacity, ideal for families who want to spend a couple days at a park.
Check ahead regards accessibility. With the exception of the island parks, generally at least one cabin per park is accessible for those in wheelchairs.
Click on each park page for details and reservation links.
Unique Cabin Stays
Lesser-known and less busy cabin rentals are at county parks, private campgrounds, fish camps, and farms.
These are some of the more interesting places to stay in a cabin. We’ve visited all of these to review for our travel guides.