Standard (tent/RV)
Tent Cabin
Group
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Ichetucknee Springs Campground

Ichetucknee Springs CAMPGROUND is a hideaway nestled in 20 acres of woods. Each site is carved out of the woods. Each is unique in size and shape.

We are a Privately Owned Campground only 1/2 mile from the State Park.

We have large secluded campsites, with lots of trees. Both Primitive & Electrical Each site has a Fire Ring and Picnic table.

Amenities include

Rental of Kayaks, Canoe's and Tubes

A Game room with Pool tables, air hockey, Jukebox a Beautiful Fireplace and many other games

A dump station

Clean Bathrooms & Showers Camp Store and we also have clean porta potties in the campground

We have two nice clean private UNISEX showers with instant on Hot water The quaint building has a gameroom, a beautiful fireplace, pool tables, air hockey, jukebox and several other games for the kids

The Campstore carries many things you might have forgot to bring, also T-Shirts, Vinyl Decals, Handmade jewelry and many other unique gifts

Price
$10.00 - $40.00
Operator
Private
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Features
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
WiFi
Location
Ichetucknee Springs Campground is located in Florida
Latitude
29.982 N
Longitude
-82.7456 W
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1 Review of Ichetucknee Springs Campground
First to Review
Old school, spacious and down to earth campground

I am excited to have added my first campground to the Dyrt Community, and look forward to many more. 

I will admit that booking this campground gave me anxiety. It was several hours from home, and a reservation guaranteed a site, not a specific site. Having a family of five and two in laws in tow, it is usually more reassuring to pick out your site. I had found this site simply from Kym (manager) responding to a post in a local Facebook camping group. I thought she seemed nice, and the campground seemed rustic and welcoming. I decided to book us in for two nights over the Veteran's weekend (Sunday/Monday). 

The booking process was very simple and old school. I emailed what we wanted, and they replied that they had availability and sent a link for the $20 secure site fee (we had electric/water, so this is required). It can be paid via Venmo or Paypal. They are old school and work via cash, so do not plan on using a card. Hit the ATM before you get close. We arrived a little later than we wanted (around 6:30). It was pretty dark. We followed the sign in the office to the host camp, right behind the rec hall. It was simple. The check in process took all of five minutes and we were sent to our site, which was 17 and right next to the rec hall and bonfire pit. We also ordered up two piles of firewood to start. They charge $5 (cash) and deliver right to your site. 

We couldn't see the site well since it was dark, but it was clearly huge. We had no issue setting up our 12 man and 4 man tents with plenty of space to spare. When we woke up in the morning, we realized that we could have easily slept 50 people or more at our site. The site was private (cars provide a nice wall from the single opening) and wooded. They provided two tables (not crappy ones) and a big fire ring. The site had several trees that were good for hammocks or clothes lines. The water and electric were in a pretty logical spot and could easily reach anywhere in the site with a long enough hose or cord. 

The campground itself is really no frills. They have a rec hall with OLD arcade games (this is a good thing), pool, foosball and air hockey. They have a jukebox with some country and rock choices to get your bones moving. The bathrooms are single person, one for each sex. They are kept immaculate. I ran into the grounds woman, and noted to her that I had never seen a place kept so clean. She told me that she is a retired nurse, so it makes sense. They also have two single showers. This is camping, not the Ritz. It is exactly what is needed. 

We did not run into any wildlife issues. We did have a lot of bees, but they were not too bad. Ants were abundant, but again, this is Florida. The hosts were very nice and humble, and provided local recommendations for tubing and canoeing. The roads are well maintained and the place shows an overall sense of love. They are located just a minute down the road from the North entrance of the State Park.  We look forward to coming back here in the future.