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Explore 250 acres of the "Real Florida" and stroll along our 1/4 mile boardwalk as it follows the springs run to the Santa Fe River. Gaze into the crystal blue depths from the dock overlooking the spring's boil. Whether it's swimming, picnicking...more
All reviews blue springs santa fe river per person beautiful spring diving platform concession stand winter months few hours boat tour the water was crystal clear snack shop plenty of picnic tables bring your bug spray clean bathrooms and showers paddle boards and kayaks kids jumping great for families
We visited Blue Springs on Friday. We were looking for something to do as a family. My daughter had heard about it and my wife wanted to see manatees. We got there at 11:15. Parking was fairly easy, cost $6.00. It was a short walk...More
After reading that there were hundreds of manatees in the Spring just last week, we were really excited to see them this past weekend, but we unfortunately were only able to see about 12 of them, since most of them had left to go back...More
Incredibly disappointed in this park and left after only a few hours instead of staying two nights in the campground.
Springs are gorgeous but were closed and “Tallahassee didn’t say we can open them.” There isn’t much else to do...
Rangers had their work cut...More
Very family friendly, clean, great facilities. You can play on the beach, jump in off the diving platform, or float down the river. They have covered pavilions for picnicking and the limit the number who can be there at once, so it's never insanely packed.
This place is truly amazing. They have a few spots for camping. It was only $6 per car admission. I have never seen such clear water. It's a bit cold since it is spring fed but you can see all the way to the bottom....More
Beautiful springs with jumping platform and plenty of room for people to swim or tube. Campground is small but shady and nice. Rv side is a lil tight but the tent side is nice spacious large spots! Short walk to spring and sand volleyball courts...More
Response from Rebecca M | Reviewed this property |
It is about 1/4 mile from main spring to the opening of the Sante Fe. You can kayak/tube back and forth. We took a Kayak to the Sante Fe and then Kayak'd up the river a bit. You can also rent or bring your own. One day we... More
It is about 1/4 mile from main spring to the opening of the Sante Fe. You can kayak/tube back and forth. We took a Kayak to the Sante Fe and then Kayak'd up the river a bit. You can also rent or bring your own. One day we used paddleboards and that was a great way to be able to see the fish swimming around.