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Beautiful & Quiet

We stayed for 4 nights. There were people in & out only staying a night or two. It is very quiet, the beach is nice (there are 2 gators that live on the other side of the lake), the bathrooms are clean, the shower was decent & the host was great! The sites are all HUGE (the outer ring is better than the inner), they are all close to the bathroom & more than enough privacy. You MUST reserve your site either online or by calling & the prices listed on the board are NOT correct. It is now $20 a night for non electric/water site and $30 for water/electric

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!

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Quiet Country Setting

RV Sites

  • Full Hookups (Electric, Water, Sewer)
  • 75 ft. Pull-Through Sites
  • 30/50 Amp Sites
  • Shady/Sunny Sites

Amenities:

  • Management Available 24/7
  • 2 Family-Style Bathrooms With Showers
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Bagged Ice
  • Propane
  • Wi-Fi Accessible
  • ATM machine on site

Pets Welcome!

It's a great place to camp for a night or stay long term.

Rustic and beautiful

Great camp ground. Pretty falls.

Out of the way.

Clean restroom, great host, and good fishing.

Super site!

We were right on the water (11 sites are) lots of things to do. We learned a lot and our youngest earned to Jr. Ranger Patch. Buddy sites to share. Lots of Geocaching!

too noisy

stayed for a weekend with co workers. never again. interstate noise is too loud. will choose another spot over this.

Quiet with a beautiful view

We stayed for the weekend. Our camper was located directly on beautiful Lake Seminole. The campground is spacious with full hook up to include sewer, water and electric. There was plenty of room for parking.

I did not use the facilities so I can't comment on them. I do think the grass could have been mowed a little more recent.

Great State Park

A Florida State Park that reminds us of the foothills of North Carolina except for the occasional palm tree. Toured the Gregory House a cotton plantation house that was moved across the river by the CCC. We made a trip into Chattahoochee, FL for lunch and a look at the Jim Woodruff Dam where The Chattahoochee, Apalachicola and Flint Rivers converge.

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.

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Quiet and Remote

This is a small quiet remote camp ground. The camp ground is on Lake Seminole north of Booster Club. The sites are grass, offer water and electric with a dump station on exit.

They have full bath and showers available with a camp host.

The fishing here is great, but no swimming

Hiking is Great

The hiking in this state park camp ground is really nice. You have some hills to navigate and it can be strenuous.

The RV spots are close together but have water and electric.

Beautiful and Quiet

We love to stay at Seminole State Park. I highly recommend reserving a spot on the water. The view is lovely. The restrooms are clean and you are able to rent both canoes and kayaks.

Quiet and Serene

This was our first trip to Kolomoki Mounds State Park. It was a beautiful quiet park. The walking/hiking trails are nice and relaxing.

The only negative was ants. Be sure to take ant spay with you for your camper tires, etc.

Taste of hike in camping!

Very clean with hike in camp sites over looking river! Beautiful!

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It was vety nice.

Waterfront sites, pull-thru sites, clean bathrooms. Will definitely stay again.

Nice developed campground

Lovely campground! They had just done a controlled burn about 2 weeks before we were there so everything looked like fall!

Beautiful and quiet shady sites

Water and electric at RV sites and a dump station. Stunning lake view

awesome

This is a wonderful place to camp with kids!!! So many things for them to do. From climbing the mounds to the awesome playground. We love this place. The staff is very friendly and helpful too.

Little piece of heaven right at home

We are very partial to this park! Beautiful views of the lake. Great for primitive camping or rv/camper. They also have cabins that you can rent. Very busy during the summer months but quiet during the fall and winter.

love this place!

Nice, quiet and clean! The kids love to come here. Lots of room to run around and play. Great for fishing! Prices are very reasonable too.

very nice

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

Beautiful and quite on a pretty lake. No sewer hook up but a dump station.

No sewer hook up with a dump station on site. Great campground hosts. Beautiful lake with good fishing.

Beautiful state park

We stumbled upon this RV park due to mechanical truck issues. The hosts were incredibly accommodating! Park is quiet and clean with trails that lead to the highest waterfall in Florida. Side note: HIGHLY recommend area mechanic Daniels Automotive.

Awful

We called ahead to reserve tent sites and ensure they had electric and water on every site. Upon arrival, we were told all sites to the right edge (water side) and right of the road were tent sites. However, the first half of this row has electric for rv’s only. Moving down the row, the sites had no electric or water hookups. The last sites were in complete sun and next to a boat ramp. All the sites had trash on the ground and none had picnic tables. The showers were just curtained off from the bathroom with no privacy, hook or bench. The staff was unwilling to help and we left without staying.

First to Review
Great place

Very nice and clean. Tent area has about 6 sites in a circle around a covered area giving each site shade, shelf, a light, electric and water. Sites have picnic table and fire ring. 6 private shower stalls, clean bathrooms, a clean pool, small playground and store. We have stayed here a few times in the tent area but they also have Rv sites and cabins.

Right on the water!

Sites are all pull thru! Boat landing at the end. The water is AMAZING! You can see all the way to the bottom. Very beautiful

We love it here!

One thing we love is they have quite a few sites that are first come first serve. They also have water front sites if you can get one with a reservation. Nice sites with shade, picnic tables, water, electric and fire rings. Clean bathrooms and some are handicap accessible.