I love camping and going in the springs. The nature is abundant here. Myself and my family and friends have been going here for years.
they love to pile the people up here. dont expect much privacy here.
springs, fishing, boat rentals
This small little park is full of water activities. There is a Spring right on site that is great for snorkeling and swimming. You can rent kayaks and canoes, or bring your own boat for a day trip. I saw Air Boats and Fishing Boats. There were also a lot of people paddle boarding. One exciting part of my stay was the manatees! They were everywhere!
There are two different areas for camping. One site is for campers/RV's and the other is tents. The tent site only has porta-pottys, while a really nice bathroom (you needed a code to get inside) with showers is located within the camper section. It is not a far distance between the camper and tent area so its a quick walk if you're not a fan of the portas!
There is also free wifi around the park, a building with a TV and indoor activities, as well as an outdoor basketball hoop, volleyball net, horseshoes and corn hole. Needless to say, this small park, was full of things to do (especially if you bring your kids). The camp store had anything you needed (similar to a gas station store as far as products) and they ladies inside were very friendly! If you wanted to rent kayaks and canoes you could (recommend doing so very early in the day, especially on weekend) and the workers unloaded and took the boats to the water for you. There were also "canoe lockers" if you brought your own boat and didn't want to take it to and from your site every day.