19 Parks near Worthington Springs, Florida
Mar 2016 - $20.00
Just the homeowners front yard in a quaint, little town, but a nice, quiet, place to stop for a day or two. We were passing through the area in our 45 foot motorhome and wanted to spend a couple of days away from all the hustle, bustle, and children who are now apparently out on spring break. This place has no pool, no playground, or anything to lure family campers to their facility, but the place is clean and the owners are friendly. There are 12 sites along the edge of the owners front yard and most are fairly level. We didn't have problems leveling, and the 50 amp was clean and stable. Water and sewer also were sufficient, and the others staying here were quiet and friendly. If you are crossing the state in this area and are looking for a quiet place to stay for a budget price, look no further. - WhiskeyMan
Feb 2009 - $15.00
For a small park in the boondocks we were very pleasantly surprised. The RV park is actually a very large grass front yard to the owners house. Along one side of the yard (really a field) is a row of 12 RV spots. Some have trees, others do not. Some have concrete pads, others do not. The Passport America rate makes this park a real value. We would stay here again. But don't be looking for the clubhouse, pool, or Jacuzzi. :) - jwillie44
Oct 2016 - $30.00
Stayed for one night. I had a pull through site. It is very close to I-75 and is great for over night. They only take cash and checks. NO Credit or Debit Cards. The bathroom was very clean. The staff is nice and the work camper helped me to hitch up in the morning. The site was a not level, needed 2 lynx levelers under one side. Good for 1-2 nights but I would not stay any longer not much around. - RV Dreamer
Apr 2016 - $29.00
We paid our money and were led to the site over horrible roads. The site had junk around it, a trailer on blocks, several fires already going, a tent camper right next to us, basically 5 feet from the hood of our coach. We hooked up and realized we could never stay here. Though the owners were nice, the condition of the place, with junk around and people milling about, made us feel unsafe. We unhooked and pulled out and drove away. Would not stay in this place if they paid us. - Colorado gal
Mar 2016 - $29.00
High Springs is a 7 or even an 8 in the category of a place to stay overnight while traveling I-75 north or south. Very easy access from and return to I-75. Friendly and helpful staff. Good price. Internal roads of dirt or gravel no nearby restaurants, no cable TV keep it from being ranked higher. Recent emphasis on grounds maintenance have it looking good for its age. Stayed there in February and again in March, 2016, and will stop again. Sites 7 and 8 particularly good for the overnight, don't-even-unhook crowd. - Norchan
Nov 2016 - $17.00
This is a hard park to review. On the one hand, I actually liked the place. It's small, lots of grass, fairly level sites, surrounded by trees but none so close as to block your satellite dish, the longest and widest sites I have ever seen, 50amp power, sewer connections front and back, easy water connections, self-check-in, no frills, Passport America prices, and very clean bathrooms. On the other hand, it is in a bad spot. You have to drive about three miles down a narrow dirt road and you are still right next to the highway. The road noise is loud but in Florida you have the windows closed and the air conditioner on anyways that masks the noise. The park is not close to anything at all. We stopped in for an overnight while traveling and it was fine but we would probably pass it up the next time thru. - Road Train
Jul 2016 - $15.00
The park was o.k., but it was very confusing to get a site. No direction signs to point you to an entrance. I should have checked RV Park Reviews before I stopped here, but I didn't. Wouldn't have stayed if I had checked. At least the owners have made some improvements since the previous reviews, but they have a long way to go. No office. Self register at the bath house, but the bath house is at the rear of the park. There is a map at the bath house, but again, it is at the rear of the park. If you drive in with the little red cabin on your right, just pull into an empty site on your left, then fill out the registration form. If you go to the bath house first, you'll have to turn around. Don't hit the big billboard!! Lots of road noise from I-75, so you'll likely stay inside your coach. All sites appear to be full hookups with 2 sewer connections. My site was so unlevel I had to move my coach 3 times to get it leveled. Antenna pulled in a good number of stations. No wifi. No fenced dog area. The park is at the end of a mile and a half long, packed sand road. Several permanent residents with beat up RVs. The teenager and his dad (?) who stopped a few times to see if I needed help were very nice. Might have been owners or employees. Just stopped for a night, but I don't think I would stay here again. - TH travelers
Nov 2014 - $9.00
This campground does not have drinkable water, but we knew that so we were prepared for this. We were put on a shared meter lot when we were long stay campers, and it didn't work out. This owner at this park is dishonest. What she has there in amenities is not what is listed. Water is nondrinkable! No Wi-Fi and no cable! - Patricia Badish
Nov 2016 - $37.00
The thing we like about this park is that when you check in, they help you hook up your rig. The parking for overnighters is an unusual arrangement, but works well. It is a little difficult to find off of I-75, but plenty of signage. You go down a dead end road and there they are. People are friendly and there is a lot to do or look at here. We have stayed here before and would come back. They don't take credit cards, but would take a check or cash and have an ATM machine. The site was level. - Ginny H
Oct 2016 - $33.00
We read the reviews ahead so we weren't surprised by the cash/check requirement. The overnight sites are laid out in rows with 7 campers in each row. There is room to pull out to the side of the row if you leave before the campers in front of you. Lots of room between units. We were driving two vehicles: a Class B 22 foot RoadTrek and a Town and Country van.
The man who took us to our site also filled our propane tank. He was very friendly and helpful. Great overnight stopping place not too far off the Interstate but still quiet. - RVMom44
Sep 2016 - $39.00
Immaculately clean and well maintained CG with gravel/dirt sites right off I75. Staff is super friendly and helpful - the young man that escorted us to our campsite wanted to do all our hookups for us! However, be advised they only accept cash or check - no cards; there is an ATM in the laundry room if you need cash. Some freeway noise but not intrusive. Some trees that require a little caution on the interior road to the overnight sites. I didn't care for the "head to tail," all-in-a-line sites but that's just personal preference. Sites were long enough for MH and tow. Too many trees for satellite but cable is available. Several attractions in the area so this park should be good for an overnight or several nights. - Jeepman Texas
Oct 2016 - $15.00
We were in the Dogwood loop and booked late because of Matthew destruction on the coast campgrounds. As mentioned in earlier reviews, the roads are very difficult to maneuver. The trees come right to the edge of the roads so it makes tight turns difficult. Our site, 49 was quite difficult to get into with our 25 foot trailer. We made it but it was a challenge. Hook-ups were water and electric, so sewer. Sites were clean because of the great host staff.
There are lots of hiking trails. We took our kayaks south on 441 to the first bridge where you can find a canoe outfitter who will pick you up down river and bring you back. We traveled a little farther south on 441 to the ramp sign on the road and followed directions to the ramp. We launched there and paddled up river to where the river re-emerges from underground. The river was very quiet and beautiful. It was well worth the trip. - Nautilus
Sep 2016 - $20.00
Another wonderful Florida state campground and park. So glad we found it!! We camped in Magnolia in a motorhome, roads are a bit narrow but manageable if you take it slow. Bath/Shower House was clean, showers hot but no A/C! Site was shady and spacious.
We saw a panther!! - Sunneee
Aug 2016 - $10.00
This park was created by the CCC in the late 1930's, and has since been updated with water and electric. At least four sites have 50 amp service for larger rigs. Dump station is easy to get to on the way out located far enough away so odors are not noticed in the camp sites. Dumpster also located there. Sites are more suited to tents, pop-up or travel trailers because it is necessary to dodge trees while parking in the site. The entire campground is heavily wooded providing well shaded campsites. Site improvement is in process, but will probably remain a more rustic type of area with dirt roads and packed sand/gravel driveways.
Because it is a smaller park and wooded, it is relatively quiet. We enjoyed hiking, bird watching and just being outdoors. - Stuart38npb
Mar 2016 - $26.00
As previously reviewed, this is a bare basics, overnite stop. Easy access from I-75. Currently about 1/3 full with permanent residents. Very nice owners. Don't know if they have restrooms or laundry. Decent utilities. Close to the highway but noise was not a problem. We would stop here again. Our pull thru was grass but there are a few concrete pull thrus and backins. - mutiny court
Feb 2014 - $21.00
This is an "old" camp ground, but it is reasonably kept up. It is an EZ in and out, but the road is in bad shape. Nice folks running the camp, but I think there are only 3 pull through sites that aren't taken up by settlers. (Not completely sure about that). This a place to stop for an over night when you really need to get off the road and there is no other choice. I wouldn't want to be there in a heavy rain, because I think you'd be up to your ankles in water. All that said, we would stay here again if push came to shove, and the price is right at 21 dollars..barely. - Darfantin
Jul 2012 - $23.00
We stopped here after being on the road for long hours, and it was easy. We arrived unannounced and paid for one night, only to realize we needed two nights. We were welcomed by an elderly couple who apparently are the owner/operators, and they made us feel like family! They assured us that we could stay however long he needed. This is a no-frills park, but friendly people and loving care. There is a Wendy's within walking distance and a gas station in front. A quiet and welcome oasis at the end of the day. I would recommend this little Mom & Pop park to anyone. - bbkidznurs
Apr 2010 - $30.00
Never Dunn's RV Park is 7 miles from I-75. It is a working farm with peacocks, chickens, goats and dogs. It is located on a dirt road and the campers are parked in an open field with very little shade. The whole place had an unkempt look, the bathroom was dirty and the pool is a block away from the camping area and you have to walk past a very unfriendly rottweiler to get to it. You can't go walking because every time a vehicle passes you are covered with dust. The only positive things going for it are the owners, who are very friendly and the colorful peacocks who come looking for a handout. If I gave this place a grade it would have to be a C. - Pooh's Mom
Oct 2009 - $15.00
This in all of our years of camping has the worst first impression of anywhere we have ever camped. Un-kept grounds, dirty swimming pool, dirty junky grounds, Very poor check-in, very poor upkeep. - leej
Feb 2009 - $15.00
We camped here using Passport America. It was cash only and no receipt. We asked for a pull thru. We were directed to drive around the house and then to pull behind other rigs and "pull thru" the site we were shown. The laundry is standard house units (1 each) and you leave money in a box. The breaker boxes do not have breakers to shut off power to the receptions. The water is shared with a y and does not have back flow preventives. The sites are very narrow. The directions are poor and help is not given when you call, they just say "I do not know where you are". The hydro tubs are jetted tubs in the bath house. I would not stay again. There are many permanent residents here. - highwayrunners
May 2016 - $40.00
New owners. Very friendly, very helpful! Great staff. Making Lots of improvements. Lots of music events coming to pavilion.
Clean showers/bathrooms. New laundry. New bathrooms/showers under construction. Nice park! - Lucy49
Apr 2016 - $27.00
We stayed here for 4 days on our way back north and I had a chance to talk with the new owner. Be prepared for some improvements. Our site was very long and spacious and level gravel. Very clean park and I would stay again if in the area. - easlingn
Oct 2015 - $40.00
The current managers have a problem with animals. If your fur baby is not silent, you will have problems. I have been here for nearly a year with no problem until now. Also, the park floods like crazy, literally ankle deep. One of the residence collects beer cans, there are hundreds and hundreds all over his yard. Drinking is okay, pets are not. The fishing pond is just drainage from the flooding. Never heard of anyone catching anything. - justgracie
Jan 2017 - $42.00
Sites are very wide and long. Park is big and full. Lots of traffic noise but park itself is quiet. Many sites are grass, with a little gravel in driveway. Concrete patios. We had a paved site. WiFi is poor but other utilities are fine. Many permanent residents who all seem to know each other but we never saw people on either side to speak to. - padre
Jan 2017 - $42.00
Clean and felt welcome by all was escorted to my site and showed all hook up's. - jamie1
Dec 2016 - $39.00
This KOA Kampground is clean, safe and quiet. It offers lots of amenities such as a pool, horseshoes, shuffleboard, a playground, and a dog walk area. The staff was helpful and friendly. The campground has lots of trees, but they are cut high enough not to scratch your roof. Mix of driveables, towables, cabins, and permanent homes. The roads are tight, but staff escorts you to your site. Kids and pets are welcome.
Our campsite was #84 and was a pull through site. It was a paved site with a concrete pad and picnic table dedicated to our spot. We had full hookups including sewer and 50 amp service. The site was mostly level with a slight slope on each side to avoid pooling water. Other spots are grass. The wi-fi reached our camping spot as they have repeaters set up around the site; however, it was slow during the day and VERY SLOW at night when more people were using it. Our AT&T mobile & data service was excellent, though. They also offer free cable, which we did not use.
Getting into the campground with our 40' 5th Wheel was very tight as there is a fence around a couple of small cabins that we came very close to swiping; however, my husband is a great maneuverer and he did great. Note to driver: swing wide right, watch your left side.
They have a laundry room, restrooms and recreation room on site but we did not use any of those services. Store is sparsely stocked, but is open 8am-8pm. There is a dumpster for trash on the way out of the campground and a recycling can for aluminum cans only.
This is a great location for access to necessities. It is right off highway 301, but we didn't hear highway noise. Grocery stores, gas stations (with diesel), and Walmart are located less than 5 minutes away.
The only negative: There are train tracks nearby that you can hear the loud, sometimes never-ending whistle at all hours of the day and night, but not often.
We would definitely stay here again, even with the train noise. - QueenBeeQT