Bob Miller wanted to build a Holiday Inn next to his Oyster House Restaurant on marina-channel shores, but when that didn't fly, he sent for cabin kits and set up mobile-home-size units around a pool on his property as part of "Miller's World." Rent a cabin, and you get free boat docking. Some units have a full kitchen and separate bedroom with screened porch, comparatively cushy by Everglades City standards. Duplex cabins—among the best deals in town—have a small
fridge and microwave, with or without a screened porch. Other amenities (bring your own soap) can be both inconsistent and/or somewhat dated, depending on the unit. While the entire property is considered waterfront, not all cabins have a watery view.