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Quiet off main roads very easy access
We were here for an overnight stop on the way back to Florida. The owner is great and we had a pull through site so we didn't have to unhook. Looks like there is a lot to do, but we were only there a short time. There is some road noise from I-10 but not a deal breaker.
were on site 8 at the campground and it wasn't too bad of a site. In fact, the only bad thing about the campground were the roads inside the campground area itself. Bathhouse looked great, sites were relatively level and well spaced out
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Improvements every time we stop. Wifi, good cell signal (tmoble & att) not a lot of frills.
I booked a short 3 day lay over here on the first leg of my coast to coast journey out of Florida. I stayed 6 weeks. Dolthan is a nice town. Everything you need with some local flavor mixed in. Half dozen trail heads in the area. I hiked 3 well kept paths. Forever Wild is mostly a cross country…
Camping with a scout troop & it was awesome even though it rained. The caverns were just incredible & the amenities were great. Plenty of room to roam & setup camp.
Have waited six months into our RV life to start reviews for fair comparisons. Stayed 2 nights in 35 foot RV+tow car in 2 different sites at$27/night. This campground was alright, nothing wrong with it, just nothing too exciting. Waterfall wasn’t very exciting either. The hiking trails were small…
Great trails in the mountains of Florida. Campsites are narrow but long we had enough space to set our screen room up behind camper. Hurricane michael did extensive damage to the area. Trees and shrubs are growing back. Not much shrubbery between sites. Two super cool yurts for rent and a cabin.…
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Easy on and off freeway. Pet friendly. Internet sketchy. Enjoyed a nice peaceful two day rest. Friendly owner. Freeway noise can be loud.
Clean restrooms. Highest waterfall in Fla that ends in a sink hole. Waterfall has a ramp that leads to an outlook so ADA accessible for viewing. Very short distance from parking lot and was easy with a baby. Lots of hiking and a lake. Sites are semi private.
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The caverns are a must see in this park. Come early before they open as there is a line. The spring is closed as is the campground and some trails due to hurricane damage. The staff are friendly and very well organized. There is a store. Our guide was very knowledgeable.
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Great place for a quick stop.
There’s a hiking loop called the Great Challenge. It’s so difficult, meandering up and down in elevation for 9 miles, that you may give up. Camping is grand— so much wildlife. If you’re lucky you may be able to see a panther or an indigo snake. The campgrounds used to be lush but Hurricane Irma…
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Small campground. Sites ok. Nice bathhouse. Site of highest waterfall in Florida, ending in a sinkhole. No sewer hookup. Nice weekend destination. Little else in area. 20 miles to caverns, which has its own campground
This was our first time taking the travel trailer out. It was a perfect place. Had swings for the kids near the campground and larger playground at beginning of trails. Nice swimming hole to cool off in and a short walk to see the waterfall and sinkholes. Many restrooms around the park and they…