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Amazing place for snorkeling, scuba diving, camping, or just to get out of the city. Stay away from spring break or any other date that may have students from nearby areas coming here. The place gets very crowed and may not be the appropriate place...More
The springs are beautiful and it is lovely to float down the river. We found the staff really nice and helpful, we rented inner tubes. We brought 6 kids, and the teenagers found it thrilling, but not because of the springs! We had a great...More
Upon going to the gate we told the lady we just wanted to get some info, she huffed and puffed but said fine. Then she said I’m taking the license plate number just in case you go back and not to the info center...ummm ok...More
We have come before to this beautiful place and decided to come back to make a b-bq with our family and friends. We had a great time floating and exploring the beautiful springs and eating our meat and fruits😀
Our cub scout pack planned this camping trip. We were able to reserve a large area by the Devil's Eye spring. My son and I pitched our tent right by the river's edge and were greeted by a beautiful sight each morning. We went swimming...More
Expensive camping since per person per night and admission to float. But a fun time and we have camped and floated more than once. It can be a party campground but there are people enforcing rules. We are young at heart so the party atmosphere...More
We visited on a long weekend in March did some camping(not on this location) we did tandem kayaking ( it’s about $46 per couple ). It’s a beautiful park the water was cold but we didn’t do any swimming even though hundreds of people did....More
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The water temp is Always...72 degrees year round. So in November in NE Florida it will be cold. Wear spandex top and leggins, and swimmers shoes. That would help a lot. Getting out will be brisk and cold and you won't... More
The water temp is Always...72 degrees year round. So in November in NE Florida it will be cold. Wear spandex top and leggins, and swimmers shoes. That would help a lot. Getting out will be brisk and cold and you won't have anything to wrap up...so your call.
Right now the Santa Fe River is high so always call and ask if they are allowing tubing and etc. We drove all the way over there ( 2 hours) recently to be told No Tubing or canoeing...just swimming...and I had called the day prior and they said all was fine. But that Sunday morning the river crested...and much was closed off to the public.These locations DO Flood...so always make a connection first before driving there!!