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Really, seems park office lady amie, i think was her name, promises we get the spot we want.
When we get there, the spot was "no longer available", yet the spot was empty.
We heard later from fellow campers that they has similar issues and got lied to also.
Just go somewhere else!
Cheap campground with a $125/wk rate. Right on very busy and noisy highway. Very tight spots close to other campers. Mostly mobile home park. Run down laundry room, small restaurant/bar open to public. Wi-Fi is terrible. Wouldn't recommend unless you're just in need of a cheap spot to park.
We went to Juniper Springs in March, and arrived without making a reservation (newbies), they had several spots open and the lady running the check in building wrote a list of the available spots and we drove around to pick one. The tent only loops are a bit crowded/not super private feeling, so we…
Large paved sites. Clean bathrooms. Price has gotten a little high but at least they have Wifi near bathhouses now. On the weekends campers aren't allowed to park near the spring and have to walk the mile to it.
Not good for tent camping. Clean park. Friendly staff.
The roads to get here are bumpy. Right next to the river and the trees open up so you get a great view of the stars.
Many trails. Love the glass bottom boat rides. It's sad that this used to be a great attraction but all the shops are now closed they do occasionally bring in food trucks to the springs
Wide open. No privacy if one is not camping they charge 11.00 per person to go.to the springs If one is camping one is NOT allowed to drive to the springs handicapped or not. There is a barricade and a guard no exceptions.
Come here.to camp. Limited cell svc. No areal tv svc. Great fishing. If winter do not stay along canal as the sun will never reach you and you will freeze. Great sun rises and sun sets
Very pretty, the glasses bottom boat tours are reasonably priced and 100% worth it. Beautiful hiking trails. The cute town center with gift shops, museum, and restaurants was under construction when I was there but there was a food truck. No swimming but there is plenty to do. Decent cell service.…
We have an amazing time every time we go!! Tents sites 130s are closet to the spring. I had full cell service. Spring is beautiful and nice to swim, kayaking is good with easy free launch. Nice ranger store with camping basics and a little shopping center near entrance with food and dollar general.
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Very friendly staff, clean and we had a great time
Easy access to I 75 Has nice pond with wildlife , cabins to rent and all services . Friendly staff and dog park.
We camped in an RV this time. We were walking distance to bbq and volleyball nets. So the common area to grill and play was nice and spacious.
There were some beautiful trails for a hike. On the way to the springs I saw some really nice private camping available. Just look at the map and pictures…
Loved camping here. Nothing like waking up and going for a dip.
We were able to walk from our site to the springs. Facilities were very clean.