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Listen to the information at the park about this trip. It is easy paddling but there are many trees across the river which requires almost laying flat in the canoe. However, beautiful scenery, lots of turtles, a couple of alligators. We camped at Alexander Springs....More
This is a worth while place to go. Many complain about the $5 per person fee, but that isn't really expensive considering the beauty of the place. You can bring your own food and drinks (no alcohol). The water temp is 72, year round, and...More
Our campsite was clean and very spacious. We were very happy with the level ground which made for a good nights sleep. The grill and fire-pit were clean, and there were 2 picnic tables we could use for dining and sitting. We thoroughly enjoyed the...More
Expensive fee to get in, compared to any Florida State Park ($5/per person here, $6 per car load at state parks). While the Forest Service subsidizes the logging industry to cut down our national forests, they don't price this recreation area so you can afford...More
This is a beautiful spring with beautiful surroundings and a nice nature trail that lead to another spring. We were planning on camping but as it got later on in the day it began to thunder storm and it was heavily raining, we weren't able...More
unfortunately I feel the same way they charge an arm and leg to get in and they stripped away best part of the swing area, my only positive thing to say is nice camp ground and great for kayaks not good for us swimmers.
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"This is a campground for tent and trailer camping."