The 255-acre Kelly Park camping was donated by Dr. Howard A. Kelly in 1927 for use as a public park, wildlife preserve and bird sanctuary. Located within the park, Rock Springs—a natural freeflowing spring—travels nine miles to the Wekiva River. The spring maintains an average flow of 26,000 gallons per minute with a constant 68 degree temperature. Enjoy swimming, hiking and picnicking during your stay.
Kelly Park has 26 RV/tent sites.
Camp sites have a picnic table, fire ring with grill and water access.
All sites have electric access.
The Kelly Park entrance and dump fees are included in the per night camping charge (up to 6 campers).
Two campsites can be rented per family unit; an individual can register only for one site.
- Kelly Park has 2 Group sites
Camp sites have campfire rings, picnic tables and garbage cans
Beautiful place for floating down the spring. Enjoy drifting over river pebbles at the clear bottom of the spring. Tubes can be rented right outside of park. Often busy and loud but the spring serenity makes it worth it.
This place was very pretty. The water is clear and cold.
I was here during the winter so the park was quiet, I’ve heard it can be very busy in the summer. The campsites are big, with tree cover and provide fire rings. Rock Springs is in Kelly Park so you can walk there. We did an 8 mile paddle down to Wekiva Island, which was really relaxing.
Very inexpensive only 17.00 because we are senior citizens. Nice big sites with concrete patios with picnic tables. Walking distance to a huge playground over near the spring. It it’s crowded so they lock the gate when it’s full. But the campers use another gate passed the main gate when full. The kids loved it. You can bring your own tube for tubing or rent one outside of park at end of road.