We had a great experience at this campground, but we went during the threat of hurricane Isaac. For this reason, the place was deserted, and it was really nice for us. I hear it can get miserably busy, but I'm not sure about that.
Some campsites are better than others. The ones on the exterior of the circles tend to be a bit nicer, as the ones in the interior are pretty close to the bathrooms. The bathrooms are very clean--really nice camping experience.
The bathrooms by the springs are pretty gross, though. The springs are nice. It's more natural than Juniper Springs, easier to watch the kids than Blue Springs and much bigger than either one.
Tons of fire ants, though: all over the grassy hill by the springs. You really should leave all food in the car. We got over-run with ants. I really think they should spray this area. It is a very busy park, and the ants are fed daily by many tourists. I know they don't want to kill the "wildlife," but this is a little OTT. Did not see any fire ants to speak of at the campgrounds, just the springs.
You can't walk to the springs from the campgrounds, which was a negative for us.
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