February 1, 2024 - reviewed by JayTee
Beautiful, quiet campground with spacious sites. Like a state park, but with full H/U. Short walk to the river with boat ramp/kayak launch. Wonderful paddling among the manatees in the clear water.
December 21, 2019 - reviewed by Clover SC Couple
Dec Camping In FLA
Right off of RT 19 lies this campground. It was,I was told a state campground
Navigate the trailer Park dont miss the right hand turn and you are there. Used the bathroom attached to the office area and it needs a revamp. Sink falling off the wall and kinda nasty. This is surprising in that the campground bath house was well done EXCEPT the goofy showerheads on both stalls in the men's side. Cheap garbage shower heads. Could not aim them. Come on guys. Such a simple thing to replace. They were clean well kept.
We rented a canoe $20+ and had a ball on that 83 degree day. The river is spring fed and lovely with Manatee swimming by often.
The camp sites were full service with sewer connection. The internet on site 7 was good. It got unusable as others signed on but it was fine. $47 a night was stout but you have to pay fo the internet right?
It was fine. We got to visit my uncle from spring hill. Wonder if there are any other campsites around the river,?
August 12, 2019 - reviewed by Brnthumbinfl
This was our second visit; first 10 years ago. The campground is well maintained. The bathrooms clean and modern. The biggest problem is the bugs. Granted, camping in August in Florida is always buggy. We had a nice site, #7. But standing water behind the site. Mosquitoes! But worse yet we're the deer flies.
The campground is basically a place to stay near the river. So, unless you have or rent a watercraft, there is absolutely nothing to do.
Beware, this is redneck city. Behavior and language not so good for kids or classy adults.
Still... We'll come back.
March 4, 2019 - reviewed by Stephanie
We stayed here for one night in March 2019 in the full service RV section. I stayed in a small pop-up camper. All sites are shaded. It looks like many people stay for the season. The bathrooms were clean, well lit and air-conditioned. There is also a laundry facility. Dogs are welcome, most people have dogs and I did not see poop around so everyone picks up. Sites have a fire ring. There is a small camp store open until 5 PM. If you like boating or kayaking this is a great place for you. Workers were very friendly and helpful. My neighbors were also friendly. The nightly rate was a little expensive for me so I probably will not stay here again.
February 5, 2019 - reviewed by Tony
It Was Ok
Staff was very nice, kayaking was great. springs are beautiful. but camp ground was bad, sites got flooded after only 20 mins of rain so we won't go back
January 21, 2018 - reviewed by Lester
Hi there ! We stay there entire month in March l2017 This park is great ! It use too be State Park that's wy the camping lots are not on top of each other. Lot's of kayaking on the river. People who run this place are very nice and helpful. We defenlly be back and highly recommend!
August 2, 2017 - reviewed by Kevin
Awesome place for the kids a little muggy being in summer but well worth the trip!
April 4, 2016 - reviewed by Leon B
Very friendly staff. Campground and bathrooms were clean. A kayakers Dreama place to go, springs are beautifull. And also a dog friendly place.
February 3, 2016 - reviewed by Woodstock
This is just like a state park very wooded very tight spaces very dog freindly. Lots of dogs and lots of poop thru out the park. This is a kayakers dream! No tv service and wifi is very poor. We stayed 1 night we will not be returning.