The Volusia Island Fish Camp provides a rare opportunity to own 21 acres of a beautiful ‘Old Florida’ island. This property boasts hammocks of cabbage palms on dry ground, which offers a great location to build a camp. The prairie surrounding the cabbage palm hammock provides stunning vistas and is home to abundant native wildlife, including white-tailed deer.
Surrounded by the northward-flowing St. Johns River, the Volusia Island Fish Camp is only accessible by boat. Lake Jesup is just two miles to the west, and Lake Monroe is approximately six miles to the west. The St Johns River fishery is known for its excellent Florida bass fishing and its variety of species in the river’s northern parts.
Between the fishing, camping, and hunting opportunities, this property is a sportsman’s paradise. Although a relic of natural Florida, the Volusia Island Fish Camp is easily accessed by a five-minute boat ride from the Mullet Lake Boat Ramp.
Description: Private island home to abundant native wildlife, including white-tailed deer
Only accessible by boat
Surrounded by the northward-flowing St. Johns River
Easily accessed by a five-minute boat ride from the Mullet Lake Boat Ramp
Driving Directions: • Take I-4 towards Sanford
• Exit I-4 on to FL-417
• Take Exit 52
• Turn left on H E Thomas Jr Pkwy
• Turn left on W Osceola Rd
• Turn left on Mullet Lake Park Rd
• Follow Mullet Lake Park Rd until arrival at the boat ramp.