Larry M.
royal Palm Beach, FL
Joined May 2018
Clean and quiet

Clean and well thought out rr's. We were in 51 with trees out our windows for a view. H20,elec.,and sewer.good boat ramp for lake. We will be back!

Tucked away

We first stopped there as a one night layover. Lots of trees and well maintained restrooms. Didn't get a chance to but lots of fishing in area. Dont take the dirt road heading south out of park past dam. Good quiet destination spot.

Top of the Hill

If you love twisty roads and beautiful views This is the place. We went in December and the weather was a little cool and damp but the views were great when the fog lifted. They're great scenic hikes in the park. Bathrooms were clean with very hot water

Hidden jewel

This park is very close to each Ichetucknee Springs and other springs in the area. This is a beautiful park with well kept areas and clean bathrooms. In Santa Fe river runs through the park.

senic wildlife and sunsets

we stayed at Big flats in site # 10, secluded. bike up the roads in a.m or evening and you will see lots of deer romping around. 5 deer crossed the road right in front of us. the views are terrific and you can canoe, kayak or take a tour ride. There Is an overhead canopy walk but it was too wet to get there this time

lots to do

AC in very clean bath house was a big plus. we were close to the river in a reasonably secluded spot. there are lots of activities and trails in the area.

large campground

there are no water hook ups so fill your tanks on entering..there's a pool and many restrooms and bath houses. sites are close together. nice store and activities

sweet spot

very clean bath house. lots of trees and good spots. staff was very friendly and helpful

on the lake

site 2 was nice and shady. our dog loved to swim in the lake,! it had a single bathhouse that was nice. it is close to Woodstock ga. which is a nice little town. other spots are right on the water if you like that.

hidden jewel

on the hill! this park was great. it was rainy so they moved us to this great spot on the hill. nice bathhouse even though not clean at the time. it is isolated with tight hairpin turn so I wouldn't recommend anything over 28'. they have a nice target range and trails

the oldest state park in Florida

It was our first trip in our new RV but have been tent camping there before. On this trip we were treated to a night time tram ride because the 26 species of fireflies were out for a 2 week period. The area is beautiful and shady, staff very friendly, lots of critters on the trails.