Date of Stay: September, 2009
Very nice campground. Large, shady sites with a hard packed fine sand-shell type underneath. 30 amp service, and the traditional Florida State Park dump station. There are 2 campground loops to choose from, the higher numbered side had larger sites. Restrooms were fairly new and very clean, and the Springs were spacious, with a very large swimming area, 5 and 1/2 feet deep to about 3 feet deep at walk over. Canoe and Kayak rentals, as well as a small snack bar was available, as well. We saw many deer, and last time we came, we saw a bear! My one and only complaint was the dump station tilted the camper the wrong way! Otherwise, great park.
Date of Stay: May, 2009
This park was a great relaxed time, and it is in the middle of the Ocala National Forest. The springs were beautiful and well maintained, with lifeguards on duty. There is canoe rentals available, as well as a snack and gift shop on site. Coolers are allowed in the springs area, but not alcoholic beverages. The campground has 4 loops, and has a dump station for RV's. There is shared water faucets through the campground, but you can't hook up to them. The sight we were on was huge, but it faced the wrong way for our camper! There was other sites the same way, but not all. They would not let me change sites, either. Best to call them, to ask about the site.