Nice campground closed to the Suwannee River. $22/night.
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Really nice campground. RVs are charged an extra $7/night for utilities (at all Florida state park campgrounds). With taxes and fees it came to about $30/night for full hookups. Really spotty poor cell service in park, but there's free wifi at the concession stand. Boardwalk and swimming in the springs was open, but we didn't see where to rent kayaks or buy anything. Free hot showers. No laundry machines. No trash bins in park, all trash must be taken to dumpsters near park entrance.Report Check-In
Spent two nights here. Boardwalk, pavillion, and playground still closed dud to Covid-19. Swimming spring was open and felt very refreshing. Concession stand and kayak rental also open. Bathhouse with free hot showers, dump station, potable water, and dumpsters available. We enjoyed ourselves and even had some deer come to our campsite. While booking online it says tent sites are $20, but there are several taxes and fees which totalled $51 for two nights. No cell service on ATT. Free WiFi by concession stand.Report Check-In
Nice park, lots of shade, swimming and boating. Deer roaming the area. Spotless restrooms. Very good.Report Check-In
We were blown away by this state park! Especially the abundance of wildlife! With all its outstanding facilities and activities on offer, this was definitely worth the $22 that we paid for! We wanted to stay longer but unfortunately they were all booked up!!Report Check-In
All still very nice as below. $21 per vehicle. All spots are full-hook-up, not possible to pay less for a dry camp-spot.Report Check-In
very beautiful park. campground is clean with a few private sites, bathrooms and showers are good with hot water and ventilation. Camp sites come with power and potable water hook up. lots of wildlife to view, a handful of hiking trails. the natural spring stays 72* year round offering ample snorkeling and scuba (if qualified) the public picnic area by the spring is ample and vast with a small concessions house with food, wifi, and activies rentals. Pay to camp, 20ish a night. Manatee season is in the winter months.Report Check-In
awesome place. clean campground, bath houses/restrooms, and the spring is beautiful and refreshingReport Check-In
Really nice campground with full facilities (no dishwashing station, though), clear, cool spring for swimming, and kayak rentals.
Cost was about $22 per night.Report Check-In