Accommodations

Shindig Accommodations

At the Lake Swan Camp, several types of accommodations are offered for Florida Shindig participants.

See the list of accommodations.

There are no kitchens in any of the bunk-bed private rooms or motel rooms.
There are no refrigerators in any rooms.
There are small sinks in the bunk-bed and motel rooms.
There is a small kitchen available in the Lake View Lodge conference room. It is first-come, first-served. It has a small stove/oven and two house-styl refrigerators.

For Families

Bunk-bed private rooms (Lake View Lodge, Two Story, Low Blocks, Anniversary Lodge)

$90 per family per night (up to 12 people). Children under three free.

Up to 12 people can sleep in bunk-beds in a single, large room. Each room has a private shower and restroom. The rooms are air conditioned and heated.

Note: Bring your own towels, toiletries and bedding (sleeping bag or twin sheets, blanket, and pillow).

Motel rooms (Lake Side, Lake View Lodge, and Everglades buildings)

$22.50 per person per night (up to 4 people). Children under three free.

Up to four people can sleep in motel rooms. The rooms are air conditioned and heated.

There are five rooms with two king beds in each, and one room with one king and one full bed.

Note: Linens and towels are included. Bring your own blankets.

Honey Hut

$180 per night. Children under three free.

This four-bedroom, two-bath house has a fully equipped kitchen. The house sleeps 10: 8 in the bedrooms and 2 more on a pull-out couch. The house is air conditioned and heated.

Note: Bring your own towels, toiletries and bedding (sleeping bag or twin sheets, blanket, and pillow)

RV & Pop-up Camping

$42 per night. Children under three free.

There are nine spaces for full-size RVs and pop-up campers across the street from the main camp. The spots offer water, electric, and sewer. A water disposal and dump station is nearby.

There are many other flat, shady spaces for RVs and pop-up campers on the camp property, but they do not have electric or water hook-ups. There are water spigots where you can fill water containers. There are two bath houses with private restrooms and showers for campers (one in the camping area and one in the camp).

Tent Camping

$36 per night. Children under three free.

There are dozens of flat, shady areas where you can set-up camp. There is no electric. There are water spigots where you can fill water containers. There are two bath houses with private restrooms and showers (one in the camping area and one in the camp)..

For Singles

* $22.50 per person per night

Singles stay in the Low Block (there are men’s and women’s rooms with bunk beds) and have private baths/restrooms.

Note: Bring your own towels, toiletries and bedding (sleeping bag or twin sheets, blanket, and pillow)

Off-Site

If you stay off-site, there will be a MANDATORY $4 per person per day “camp” fee. Children under three free.

If you prefer more comfortable, private, and less primitive lodging, there are many hotels in Gainesville, about 20 minutes away. In addition, Goldhead State Park, with cabins and full-service RV and pop-up camping spots, which is about 10 miles away.