Short , off season visit. Quite and clean. Level lots. Easy walk to the springs and beautiful!! We will be back !
So the layout is basically one small dirt road loop with rv parking/primitive camping around the center as well as cabins around the outside. It was quiet when we were there but if the spots around us were rented, it’s very close quarters with no natural barriers. The staff was SO friendly and the general store at the front had everything this rookie forgot. 😂 You can rent tubes there but you will need transportation to the springs and river run, which were both AMAZING. We just drove the RV to each. We would totally return to this park simply because of the proximity to the springs.
We have been 5 times now and love it. Gets really busy on spring break and the summer time but still nice
The place is a nice hole in the wall on the side of the road, just past the north entrance of the Springs. They offer canoes, kayaks, rafts and tubes for rent and shuttle you to and from to take all of the work out of it. We paid a reasonable $85 for six of us in two canoes. The service was great, with two different people taking us and picking us back up. The shuttle was an old school van, similar to the Home Alone airport shuttle.
The canoes were good, but one did take in a little bit of water. Not enough to cause concern.
The sites are pretty primitive without hookups and they do offer some with electric/water closer to the front. The small cabins are basic, but do offer heat or AC, so are a step up from real camping. The only concern I would have would be toilet use if the park was busy. I would personally plan a visit back during the off season.