The small house movement has taken over Florida and now homeowners have given it a different approach; for the adventure seeker, a stop at one specific glamping eco retreat is the perfect summer getaway to enjoy with friends. Headwaters Jupiter is an eco-retreat in Palm Beach County that features shipping containers lodging style to make your Airbnb experience more unique. How could it possibly get any better? This Florida glamping rental is less than $200 a night.
If you are looking for a cool hipster-friendly experience this season, Headwaters eco retreat has a secluded and buzzy scenery in a rustic environment that will provide the perfect relaxation.
The shipping containers feature a spacious entryway for the living room, kitchen, and dining room, 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. The property is surrounded by Florida-native plant life, the Loxahatchee River, hiking and biking trails in a 1,000 acres of nature.
Guests will discover miles of isolated beaches with turtle nests and one of the best glamping sites in Jupiter.
If you're wondering what people are saying about this place - well, according to a Trip Advisor user, "this place feels like home. There is a warmth and serenity in the surroundings that [create] such peacefulness - you couldn't ask for more."
The eco retreat also offers a nearby outdoor center where guests can book a guide to explore the wilderness. Many amenities are provided during the stay such as a balcony to overlook the river and horse riding trails nearby. The short term rental costs $195 per night but you can divide the costs between eight friends and pay only $24 a night.
Guests have the chance to enjoy a scenic adventure with eco-tour activities, kayaking, paddleboarding and other outdoor experiences. The Riverbend Park is a nearby outdoor spot with many activities for the nature lover. For more information about activities nearby this eco-retreat check here.
Hours: Check here for stay availability
Price: $195 per night
Why you need to go: It is a hispter-friendly shipping container rental with a scenic overview of the Loxahatchee River.