Located on the Santa Fe River, this private campground has full RV hookups and a small spring that empties into the River. There are some river front sites. A bar with live music is next to the park, so you may want to avoid the adjacent campsites.
Water from the park is obtained from the spring. When the river is high, it floods the spring causing the drinking water to become brown and cloudy. Only the river front lots have shade. When we visited the campground in February 2006, they accepted cash and checks only. We had no TV reception or cell phone service.
The campground rents canoes and has a boat ramp. This part of the Santa Fe River is wide and not very scenic. The scenic areas are to the east near High Springs and to the west near the junction with the Swaunee. This campground is nice if you want to be on the river and have your own powerboat. Otherwise, We recommend the Ichetucknee Family Canoe and Campground near White Springs, or O’Leno State Park.