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Walking trails, swimming and gift shop....they will give you a map of all the trails. Take insect protection, sunscreen and water if walking the trails. There is also a smaller walking area with waterfalls.
We floated down on inner-tubes and got our pictures taken by Rainbow River Photos! Awesome! We went on line and got them without taking a camera with us. Anyway, the water is so cold and the warm air feels fantastic. The Park personnel are very...More
Crafts and educational visit. Do YOU know why Floridians have the nickname CRACKERS?? I never knew until we went to the park. Cracker's are cowboys and their whips. The crack their whips making that CRACK sound, each whip makes its own sound. And the cowboys...More
This small state park is a hidden gem. We were staying in Crystal River and it’s about half an hour’s drive from there. Worth the trip.
Parking is free, then entry on foot is $2 per person - an absolute bargain.
The park was built...More
If you like to be camping next to everyone then this is right for you. Every few feet there is somebody camping, loud , noisy, this was not a nature camping ground I was expecting. I packed my stuff and left.
I"m afraid i can't answer that. We went for the sole purpose of kayaking and we didn't really check out the campsites. This is a small but very pretty Park... i think it's mainly about swimming and kayaking then any real... More
I"m afraid i can't answer that. We went for the sole purpose of kayaking and we didn't really check out the campsites. This is a small but very pretty Park... i think it's mainly about swimming and kayaking then any real 'camping' experience, but that's just my impression. For one night, i think you'll enjoy it.