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Because every time we've tried to tent camp over the past couple of years the weather did NOT cooperate, we decided to do a cabin/camping experience. SO GLAD we chose Gold Head Branch State Park. Less than three hours from our home, we felt like...More
Very beautiful! We camped for 3 days. Great facility. We walked the mill trail back to the ravine ridge and avoided the stairs. A nice walk, not strenuous, a little over 1 mile each way. There's a small stream , lots of different plants.
Me and my partner booked a long weekend at there rustic cabins and it was absolutely amazing . We stayed three nights and couldn't be happier with how clean yet rustic the cabins were .the park has several miles of hiking trails including the Florida...More
Very clean, well maintained Florida State Park. Hilly and very cold so it felt like we were visiting Tennessee. The cabin was very cute and we had a fire burning most of the time we were inside. There is beautiful hiking trains and plenty of...More
Typical of a Florida State Park Campground. Well kept sites, clean facilities, interesting geography; not your typical flat Florida. The water level was way down In the lakes. The short hike to the bottom of the ravine is definitely worth the effort. There are lots...More
There are two lakes right in the park--Our cabin was right in front of the smaller lake. It did have a LOT of lily pads in it, but I did see some people out there in a kayak..Not sure what the big lake in the park looks... More
There are two lakes right in the park--Our cabin was right in front of the smaller lake. It did have a LOT of lily pads in it, but I did see some people out there in a kayak..Not sure what the big lake in the park looks like, but I know the water levels of both can often change depending on the rain they've been getting up there. So, as far as "how close", the answer is right at your "doorstep". But as to condition of both lakes at the time, if I were you I would call the park, someone at the ranger station can advice.