The Walker Springs cabin is cracker-style architecture distinctive and unique to the cabins on the Aucilla and Wacissa Rivers. The road to the cabin is spectacular. You first cross the Walker Springs Creek and then drive along the canopied river bank along a set of rapids along the Aucilla. Palm trees, live oaks, and cypress with acres of river oats have a park like appearance. The cabin is on stilts and sits on a river bluff of the river over a bend just beyond the rapids. The setting is classic North Florida and surrounded by mature oaks, hardwoods and spruce pine. The cabin is two rooms and powered by generators. The interior is lined in cypress from the area. An outbuilding provides a place to clean game and store ATV’s and other equipment. Today, building cabins and roads along the river bank is prohibited. This is a very special place and an example of cultural legacies that cannot be duplicated today.
Other improvements include a very nice, newly constructed manmade lake with a well. This lake is dug deep into the limestone aquifer and has excellent mineral rich water. Fish grow exceptionally well here. There are numerous food plots throughout the property as well as permanent deer stands and bear proof feeders. Many of the food plots have mast producing trees planted as well as annual crops. The roads are built up and in very good condition.