Otter Springs Resort Park and Campground
Thomas R.
Reviewed Oct. 28, 2021

Beautiful springs

When you arrive there is a check in at the office. We were tent camping and got us an unmarked spot next to the main spring. There’s a review here that there’s a hot spring which there isn’t. There are two springs here that one flows into the other so that distance between them may be 50 yards creates a shallow stream area that parents and there toddlers can sit down in the water which by the way is a cool 72 degrees year round which is wonderful during the hot summer months. They have hot showers heated indoor pool blue grass concerts lots of activities including volleyball. There are lots of trails with lots of wildlife. You can rent a canoe and take the spring run to the Suwannee River. The run is about 2 ft deep unless the Suwannee River floods in that case you can’t canoe it. The swamp there is absolutely beautiful with lots of large oaks and cypress. There is another spring there that’s called Little Otter that’s close to the river and accessible by foot. You need to ask at the desk how to get there. Otter springs is owned by the county and leased to a person that is making the springs a place for veterans to live.

Siteunknown site by the main spring.
Month of VisitJuly