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Excellent campground with paved spots, close walking distance to springs, Bear boxes, and in a quiet, peaceful location.
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We camped overnight in a tent at Manatee Springs in #80. Be sure to bring tick repellant; this park is lousy with them.
The park is nice, small, and well-maintained. I wasn't thrilled with the bathroom on our loop, as only one of the showers had a stall door, and the door to the building opened…
Sites had glass, cigarettes and food waste spread throughout. The sewer hook up was too far away. Ground was not level. Drive way will ruin your suspension. The dump station is positioned to empty on the way in!!! Trees were not trimmed by it and it snagged and ruined our awning.
Spacious sites with paved parking, grass, and shade. Can’t ask for much more! Facilities were clean, the staff was friendly, and the spring was incredible. We enjoyed the walk but some may want to bring a bike and drive to the spring area. We had a great stay and will definitely be back.
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Stopped here on our way up north. We have a small teardrop trailer and ready for boondocking.
It was a little confusing going in at the National Forest... there's no signs.. but we kept on driving and found the spots right on the lake. Beautiful! Our spot had a picnic table and an informal fire…
Beautiful Campground. Pull through asphalt sites with picnic table. No on ground fire but covered fires pits can be used. (no on ground or fire rings)
Park is kept very clean and groomed. They mow and blower once a week. Pool is heated. The showers, lodge building and pool deck area are all very…
We camped Friday to Sunday of Memorial Day Weekend and had a good time. The biting yellow flies can be bad at times, so prepare for that. The campground was clean, the other campers are friendly and the bathrooms are well-maintained. The campsites are really great, secluded, green, and great to…
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Booked a one night stay at the campground in our rooftop tent. It was about .5 miles to the spring but close to restrooms and facilities. Mosquitos were pretty bad in March. We came home with a few in the bed. But what’s expected in Florida haha.
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We loved several things about this campground. One, it’s not huge and the sites are a great size. There are back in and pull through available and most are nicely shaded. Next, it’s just a quick walk to the spring. While it would have been nice to be able to just jump in and out of the spring at…
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Warbler’s is a peaceful and rustic camp between Lily and Poe Springs. You can camp right on the Santa Fe River and there is a floating dock for swimming, fishing, and sunbathing. Great spot for small or large group. Owners are environmentally conscious people, beautiful quiet natural spot.
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My wife and I just purchased a travel trailer and set out on our first adventure. We found the Suwannee River Bend RV Park on this app and gave them a call. They picked up right away and confirmed they had a spot for us. We were going to arrive after the office closed so they said they'd look…
We’ve been here a couple of times now and really enjoy these campgrounds. There’s plenty of foliage so you may know you have camp neighbors but you can’t see what everyone is doing. The restrooms are very clean and the lake is beautiful around sunset 😍. Most certainly will camp here again.
Everything is so clean. There are many activities to do, tubing, cayaking or stay In The spring. To go to the sprring, be there before 8, because once the park reach capacity, they close all day. Have on mind that the tubing area closes at 5. After 5, if you go tubing, you won't have any place…
We went in March and it got pretty chilly at night, but the fire pit helped us stay warm. The portapotty was one of the nicer composting variety, but the campground were primitive otherwise. The sites are all on one loop, but there are trees and bushes separating each one for some privacy.