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Stayed here during Father’s Day weekend of 2021. Nice size campsites with full hook-up and fire rings. Bathhouse was clean but never seem to have hot water. Even overheard other campers mention the lack of hot water. I could connect to WiFi but it was not connected to the internet. The campground…
So fun! Awesome dog parks, chicken poop bingo (yes, you read that right!), pigeon races, movie and ice cream nights….too much to list! Easy to get around with RV.
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.
We had a good weekend getaway. The normal campsite was Taken for the weekend. We made the best of it though. This place has nice tent sites, RV spots, cabins, rooms and houses. There's pools, spa, and a spring on site, plus you are on the river. You can rent canoes or kayaks and paddle the river.…
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First time visit. Nice large camp sites, no sewer, but has a dump station. Level sites. Water and electric, has drive thru sites. Our camping club will be coming back here this fall.
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…
Big beautiful park, restored bathrooms were fantastic, and the well stocked country store has friendly people.
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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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This was my first time camping and I really didn’t know what to expect. I thought it would be awful. Camping at Suwannee was awesome! There was so much to do - swim, see the bat houses at night, and so much area to walk around and explore. The tree houses and some cabin had great lights lit up at…
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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We stayed here a couple of years ago while visiting family and friends in Lake City, about 20 miles away. I was very impressed with the facilities, very clean and well kept. Site 19 is a long pull through with plenty of room for a big rig and tow vehicle. Picnic table and fire ring available. …
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.
Big camping spots. Playground of kids and relatively clean facilities. Near a river outpost for renting canoes and kayaks.
Small, quiet campground. Family owned & family friendly. Clean bathrooms, well stocked general store, and they deliver firewood right to your campsite! It was just a few minutes walk to Ichetucknee Springs.
The campsite is nothing to write home about, but I had an amazing time snorkeling here. The location is really convenient and close to Gainesville, so if you want to spend some time being active in the water during the day but want to chill and go see a movie in a theatre at night, you can totally…
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