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3349 Northwest 110th St.Branford, FL 32008

 

Phone: 386.935.9518
Email ellierays@gmail.com



Sitting on the spring fed, Santa Fe River, in North Central Florida, you can Kayak, fish, get a good tan, whatever your flavor, its here because you are on DAY-CATION when you are at Ellie Ray's!

RV sites, camping, cabin rentals, boating-- whatever your desire we have it for you!  Our family's NUMBER ONE RULE is always to HAVE FUN! Here at Ellie Ray's, we want to share the moments in which you come and let your hair down, get too much sun, laugh too hard and get caught boogying to your favorite song.   We look forward to meeting you and sharing the good moments in life!

ACTIVITIES:
A little leisure, a lil Rock ‘n Roll, we have it all! Take a ride through the pines and experience the Floridian jungle half way through as you test out the speed and handle of your golf cart. Sunbathe on the dock, watch the manatees or catch a fish! Enjoy the sunset on the swinging love seat overviewing the river. Turn your music on and fire up your grill. Thing is, life here is easy breezy.

  • Swim in the clear, fresh fed spring
  • Swim in the olympic size, heated pool & jacuzzi with river views
  • Snorkel for fish and manatees
  • Fish for tonight’s dinner: black bass and crawdads
  • Canoe ride or float down the Santa Fe River
  • Nature trails along the river, through the pines and lush jungle
  • Wildlife watching, turtles, birds, deer, even turkeys
  • Horse shoes
  • Volleyball
  • Playground
  • Basketball court
  • Golf hole - 3 tees (2 par 3, 1 par 4)
  • Boat ramp for water sport activities
  • Free Wifi
  • Lounge with live music and pool tables










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