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Welcome to McCulley Farms, an operating family farm since 1915. Take a tour of our little piece of North Florida's history and natural wonder. Originally settled in the 1860's by the Wells family, McCulley Farms is a tangible link to Florida's frontier days and the gateway to some of the area's most scenic trails. Along the way you can visit the original Wells log cabin {circa 1870) and pioneer cemetery. Canopy lanes wind through the Withlacoochee flood plain past ancient sinkholes and down to the pristine Withlacoochee River. 

Standing among the current cattle operation, farm buildings, tractors and equipment at McCulley Farms are many reminders of days long since turned in the pages of time. The old McCulley Farmhouse, built around 1900, a log mule stable and pack-house, along with a corn crib-stable all still stand as testament to a much simpler time. Some of these buildings still have practical uses today. 



  • Year Round Camping & Trail Riding

  • Electric & Water Hook-ups

  • Ice

  • Restrooms & Hot Showers

  • Dump Station

  • Covered & Open Stalls

  • Hi-line & Electric fence allowed in primitive camping


  • Pet Friendly

  • Primitive Camping

  • 400 Acre Farm adjacent to Twin Rivers State Parks

  • 35 Miles of Marked Trails

  • Approx. 3500 Acres of Trail Riding

  • Entertainment Barn

  • Family Owned and Operated


Horses are NOT available for rent

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McCulley Farms has a year around camping and trail riding. Electric and water hook-ups, restrooms and hot showers, dump station, covered stalls, pet friendly and miles of trails are available.

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Alexander G. Wells, son of Jacob and Rebecca, married Sarah Waters sometime around 1870 and built a little pine log home on a hilltop near the Withlacoochee River. 

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