Loved watching the boats go through the locks. Very peaceful and serene.
small but nice area. free firewood for campfires, and also had area for boats. no trees, so very hot in warm months. very clean and friendly.
very clean and tidy campground. friendly people. restrooms were very clean.
Thus was our second trip to this park. We were there two nights, Wednesday and Thursday. well, last time we had a spectacular time! However, this time were extremely disappointed. The springs, as usual, were fantastic. Our grandchildren had an awesome tIme In the water! There were several large groups around us. One being the Sheriff’s youth group. They were extremely noisy all hours of the night. The restrooms were filthy. The men’s room, per my husband was horrible. All the toilets were stopped up and full. This was every time he tried to go there. He did mention it to the camp hosts, and they agreed! It only improved when the two main large groups left. They were very rude, and should have been told that there is a quiet time in all parks. We had our two young grandchildren with us, and we were upset that they had to endure this is a state park. We have gone to about a dozen state parks now, and this was one I can say I felt very uncomfortable at.
our site, 2, was a handicapped one, and beautiful. restrooms directly behind us. beautiful tall shady trees. A very clean park. being handicapped, the springs were a mile from the campground, which is a problem for people having difficulty walking. My husband pushed me there in the wheelchair. once we got there, Jane, one of the park rangers informed us about the ramp for wheelchairs, and a lift into the water! she was so helpful. she told us when we were ready to leave to lea e, go to the concession stand and they will radio her, that she would take me back to our site. we did, and she came. She asked Darwin to take me back since his vehicle was more comfortable for me. These two rangers were the best! They provided me a desperately needed accommodation! Thank you! We had an awesome time with our two grandchildren! The water was beautiful!
well, they pack you in like sardines. extremely close on all sides, even putting some sites behind yours! ugh. quiet, not maintained restrooms. very difficult for a handicapped person to walk down the huge decline to them!
very friendly and helpful camp host, Steve. had full hook ups near restrooms. extremely clean, quiet, and definitely going back!
what a beautiful, peaceful state park! plenty of space between sites, fully shaded and private! definitely going back!!!
fantastic! what a beautiful, large site! full hook ups! simply beautiful! definitely going back!
very nice, small campground. one handicap site, but too small for an rv. washboard road for miles to get to the hammock, and it was in bad shape. had fun at campground, even tho it poured the entire weekend! We’ve been there three times already.
we went during Spring Break! we were there four nights. We took our two grandchIldren, and they had alot of fun! It was fantastic! we had the handicapped site, plenty of room, wonderful neighbors. Our campground hosts were fantastic! Extremely clean restrooms, great washing machine and dryer, clean place to wash dishes! wow! Definitely returning.
handicap restrooms very clean, as well entire park. Rv’ers very friendly. Park pictures do not look like the actual sites. We selected 129, handicapped one. The picture and written description said mostly shady. NO tree was even around us. But, we did enjoy our vidit.
We escaped Hurricane Irma last year in florida. We went to Georgia and stayed in HFSP. We had a wonderful time! There were so many lush trees, and wonderful people. Our site was perfect! There were 9 of us and two rv’s. Campground host was awesome, and stopped by several times. They knew we were trying to outrun the hurricane. We just made plans to come back this June…..for lots of fun!
We had such a blast! Went to Blue Springs with my granddaughter. We spent three nights! We had so much fun! My granddaughter didn’t want to leave. She swam in the springs and loved it. Then we went to the swimming hole, and there were five manatees there. We were told not to touch them, but one brushed against her leg! Wow! She will never forget! We are going in june again!
We have been at Jonathan Dickinson SP twice in several months. Beautiful, clean, and friendly!