We stayed two nights here and it was great. The camping spots were spaced out nicely and were fairly private. We stayed at site 51 and it was very private as we had no neighbors on one side but their was a site that backed up to it but had brush and trees between. The bathrooms looked newer and nice although we didn’t use them. The springs were beautiful but because they were doing some renovations around the spring it was only open for swimming. We were able to take our paddle board out and we rented a kayak through the on-site tour/rental company. We saw several manatee in the St John’s River, numerous birds, fish, and gators. Loved the way the park and campground was laid out. There’s a nice paved trail from the campground to the day use/spring area which was nice. Aground great park. Would have been the perfect trip if we could have used our SUP in the actual springs.