Locations Grand Cypress Suwannee Holten


As we travel over most of the state of Florida (and beyond) we take advantage of the best properties available to the public! Our diverse state has so much to offer and we want you to experience the best that Florida has to offer.


In 2018 we secured 7 acres just outside of Zephyrhills, Florida for our new “NAC Home Base”. With a mix of open pastures and a shaded oak grove we now have a lovely place to host educational events, cooking classes, camping events, team building events, and even weddings!

We Provide the Camping Equipment, with all of our equipment onsite it will be easy to make a change to your camping equipment package and to demo various types and styles of equipment. Our gated property with high fences, makes for a safe location for children to explore. Check in and check out times are set per booking and are flexible. Lots of parking

*Note: We do have 3 dogs on the property (fenced) as well as 2 horses. Neighbors have ducks, chickens, small dogs, & cows. These domestic residents are in addition to local deer, raccoon, opossum, and lots of birds.


Florida has 175 award-winning state parks, trails and historic sites.   floridastateparks.org


Each of the 5 districts administers flood protection programs and perform technical investigations into water resources. They also develop water management plans for water shortages in times of drought, and acquire and manage lands for water management purposes. Our area is run by SWFWMD (Southwest Florida

Water Management District) Known locally as "Swiftmud". There are 65 sites you can hike at in West Central Florida alone!     SWFWMD.STATE.FL.US


Florida's state forests are state forests overseen by the Florida Forest Service. There are 35 state forests in Florida covering more than 1,058,000 acres

Visit their website to learn about the Trail Walker Program  fdas.gov

Florida has three National Forests: Apalachicola, Ocala and Osceola.


There are 3 National Parks in Florida    nps.gov

· ‎Everglades National Park

· ‎Canaveral National Seashore

· ‎Biscayne National Park


What are Wildlife Management Areas? The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) oversees more than 5.8 million acres of land established as

wildlife management areas or wildlife and environmental areas. These lands, managed for both conservation and recreation, are more rugged than parks and

have fewer developed amenities.  MYFWC.COM * Exploring some of the wildest areas in Florida does take some planning.