Standard (tent/RV)
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Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Silver Springs State Park
Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Silver Springs State Park is located in Florida
29.201 N
-82.0507 W
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19 Reviews of Silver Springs State Park
Great kayaking the river

Enjoyed the 5.7 mile kayak paddle/float from park to Ray Wayside Park. Saw manatees, alligators, monkeys, various birds and fish. Beautiful springs and scenery. Definitely worth it. Nature abound.

More than a Glass Bottom Boat Tour

This park is more than just a glass bottom boat tour. Within the park radius—> You have the “Silver Springs Attraction”, the state campground with all it’s hiking/biking trails, Silver River kayaking/paddling , a small museum and lots of history at this park. Then within an aprox 6mile radius (easy biking) you can enjoy Majorie Cross Greenway,Florida Trail, Swamp Lake trails and the state park equestrian trails. Wow! RV and tent sites -some with full hook up and really nice cabins. This was some the best kayaking up and down river….both ways were a joy to paddle. (Watch our kayaking the silver river video on our YouTube channel…resident manatees are often seen on river!!) ~We were here in a 34 foot Class A with only 2 bikes and 2 kayaks~ Happy Camping

Nice campground

Nice quiet area. Lots of history! Restrooms and showers are in nice condition. Washers and dryers as well. Park staff are all very nice as was the campground host.

An OK place to camp

Lots of Floridas natural beauty but it felt like the camp sites were a bit close together. Very few full hookups most with electricity and water only. Probably won't stay here again

Great Cabins

Went here with a group of women campers. We had about 30 total. The screened in porches on the cabins were so big we were able to have a potluck altogether on one porch. Once a month, there’s a volunteer-led tour of the Cracker Village and drumming. The museum was well worth the $2 donation. The hiking trails are well-marked and in good condition. The glass bottom boat tour was a blast. Great facility, great weekend.

It was really nice park extremely large campsite areas

Silver springs campground really nice extremely large campsite area is nice fire rings But we wanted to see the monkeys so we brought kayaks with us and went out on the river and got a photo of a rhesus monkey

one of my favorites

love the nature and plenty of options for exploring

Very sandy has cabin rentals

Has beautiful sandy trails and near the silver springs park that allows kayaking and boat access on 40. You can rent a cabin or park rv. Not the most beautiful Florida park.


Just beautiful kayaking with the chance to see monkeys.

Beautiful lots to do

kayaking through the springs you have a chance to see the monkeys that live there. The trip was beautiful there is a store and restaurant on the grounds.