Overall a pretty good campground. Very scenic. Fewer mosquitoes than Alafia. Very shaded and secluded. Very bright lights on the hookup panel. You are able to turn them off, but neighbors might not. After hours lock is literally a lock and chain on the fence. Very primitive security. Someone may not secure it properly. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is the second time we have stayed in this campground. This is a gem of a campground and it was nearly empty at this time of year. We stayed for about 5 days. Sites 38-40 are on the river and are very pretty sites. I can get into them with a 30' RV, but larger would be a problem. We stayed in site 25 this time which might be the largest campsite I have ever stayed in. Most sites are spacious with trees in between sites. But, not many would accommodate really large rigs. We could get Tampa TV stations with our antenna. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very large, secluded campsites, lot of trees. Many not level and hard to get into. Electric and water at most sites are by the road and you will need very long hoses and electric lines. Restrooms a long way from all campsites and lots of traffic bumps on all park roads. That and the fact that almost all roads are one way, makes for difficult travel in and out or around campground. The springs are beautiful to swim in. Good Sprint cell service. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Pretty 200 acre regional park, very wooded (no satellite reception). Access road has low
hanging foliage that brushed top of our rig. Sites vary in size and some are difficult to get into with a 35' rig. Natural spring for swimming in was closed in Jan. for some work. Popular in summer for locals and swimming. Really quiet and relaxing. Bath houses unheated. $10 a nite for 55+ We camped here in a Motorhome.