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About Florida Caverns State Park
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Access
Drive In
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Features
ADA Accessible
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Location
Florida Caverns State Park is located in Florida
Latitude
30.808 N
Longitude
-85.212 W
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18 Reviews of Florida Caverns State Park
Caverns, need I say more?

This natural wonder of Florida is amazing. I highly recommend a visit and touring the caverns.

Hot but beautiful

We took this trip mid summer, and it was ridiculously hot. There was no coastal breeze, in fact there was no breeze at all. The playground was nice but the equipment was too hot to touch.

Luckily we cooled off in the Blue Hole… which, let me warn you, is ICE cold all year long. It felt amazing and the kids loved it!

There are a few hiking trails that are nice, including one with a cave tunnel. The cave itself is wonderfully cool, and although it isn’t very big, it is still quite beautiful. It was easy to navigate for those that are looking to see what a cave looks like without the full crawling and spelunking experience.

The little shop at the cave tours was well stocked (including ice cream!). There is also a museum that gives lots of information about the cave and the area in general; on Sunday they had a reptile/wildlife presentation.

The restrooms were large and clean. Staff were very friendly and knowledgeable. Overall would definitely go back… just during a different time of year!

Hot but beautiful

We took this trip mid summer, and it was ridiculously hot. There was no coastal breeze, in fact there was no breeze at all. The playground was nice but the equipment was too hot to touch.

Luckily we cooled off in the Blue Hole… which, let me warn you, is ICE cold all year long. It felt amazing and the kids loved it!

There are a few hiking trails that are nice, including one with a cave tunnel. The cave itself is wonderfully cool, and although it isn’t very big, it is still quite beautiful. It was easy to navigate for those that are looking to see what a cave looks like without the full crawling and spelunking experience.

The little shop at the cave tours was well stocked (including ice cream!). There is also a museum that gives lots of information about the cave and the area in general; on Sunday they had a reptile/wildlife presentation.

The restrooms were large and clean. Staff were very friendly and knowledgeable. Overall would definitely go back… just during a different time of year!

Need to go back

This beautiful, and historic Park is one I'd like to revisit. My husband and I spent only one night there, as a pit stop along a long drive between South Florida and Texas.

We were so impressed with the beautiful nature around us. Admittedly, we didn't have time to go into the caverns this trip, and therefore need to go back when we can. We did get to hike around the grounds a bit, and enjoyed every minute of it.

We chose a tent site, which required a very short hike from our car. This is the first time we had done that, and although the city side of us may worry around our car and it's contents, it sure made us feel more in the woods than we were. It was quiet and beautiful, having a campfire surrounded by nothing but sky-high trees.

They did experience damage from Hurricane Michael, but I plan on revisiting once things are repaired!

Quiet, friendly, clean, and the ranger was extremely nice and helpful.

When plugging into electric, if you need a 20 amp, it is at an angle. It can be easily missed. Ranger was very helpful with issue. lesson learned. Will go back.

very nice

very nice and auiet camp ground with lots of shade and places to walk and bike ride

So beautiful

Very beautiful but small cavern.

Great Campground and a Cave to Explore!

My husband and I were pleasantly surprised at our stay at Florida Caverns State Park. Although not a huge cavern such as Carlsbad or Mammoth, Florida Caverns did not disappoint.

We found plenty to do at the park. We rode our bikes several miles on the many trails in the park and had a blast. Roots and rocks galore…but excellent mountain biking. The campsites are very nice with good bathroom facilities. The swimming hole rocks and the water is crystal clear. So much to do…mountain biking, hiking, swimming, geocaching (we found a cache), kayaking and even horseback riding.

The cave tour was nicely done and we were impressed as there are some nice formations and the trail near the cave was amazing…a short hike that will give you an idea of what a Florida swamp looks like and you can view several sink holes and alternate cave entrances (closed off of course).

Lot's of stuff if you are into horses…stalls, trails, corrals and a horse camp facility…pretty cool!

Another great place to camp for all ages…beautiful, fun and perfect for families with children.

This is "The Real Florida"

Enjoy!

Florida Caverns!

Nice full hookups campsites. A lot of nice hiking trails. The caverns tour is worth it.

Great!

Great tent campground. Lots of privacy. Water spikes and grill and picnic table on site. The bath house was pretty clean though the shower head wasnt great. They were really close to the tent sites though. There's also a swimming hole right across the street from the tent sites which was also really nice! The caverns were beautiful. Will definitely go back!