Collembola is a group of fauna that generally lives in the soil and has an important role as a bioindicator of soil fertility about its function as a detritivore. Habitat changes can cause the Collembola community to be disturbed. This study aims to determine the composition and abundance of Collembola on agrotourism land on the edge of the forest and agrotourism away from the forest in Serang Village, Karangreja District, Purbalingga Regency. The research was conducted by survey method with a purposive sampling technique using a pitfall trap. The enumeration was carried out in the Entomology and Parasitology Laboratory, Faculty of Biology, Jenderal Soedirman University, Purwokerto. The results showed that the composition of Collembola at both locations contained 9 families, namely Isotomidae, Entomobryidae, Hypogastruridae, Cypoderidae, Sminthuridae, Paronelidae, Neanuridae, Onychiuridae, and Neelidae, with abundance on forest edge areas higher (6147 individuals) than land further from the forest. (2961 individuals). The family Hypogastruridae was abundant on forest edge land (3014 individuals), while on land far from the forest the family Entomobryidae was the most abundant. There is no difference in the index of diversity, evenness, or dominance between forest edge land and land far from the forest in the agro-tourism area.