Frequently visit state parks this is one that I would visit again plenty of events, sites have plenty of space clean bath house, law enforcement on site. Gated community for cheap.
Nice park with unpaved camping spots. Bath/shower rooms are clean and modern. Ticks and more ticks! Twice we camped in the park only to be over run by them. Check your self a few times per day and check all clothing and bedding. I feel that this park needs to rid itself of the infestation. So bad that it is a health problem.
A large beautiful state park with many interesting features. Conservation corp park with a suspension bridge, nature center and river that disappears into a giant sinkhole. Campsites are spacious and restrooms clean. Lots of brush piles that need to be cleaned up and the campground road and dump need maintenance. Overall a nice park with lots of trails and road to bike but needs some tender loving care.
Lovely peaceful campgrounds. There is one loop of RV campsites. All sites are on the outside of the loop with clean restrooms position on the inside of the loop so all campsites are near the restroom. The interior roads in the campgrounds are a tad narrow with a few low branches. Go slow and you shouldn't have any issues. Site 4 is the ADA site. Staff at check-in were welcoming and friendly. We will stay here again when in the area.
What a great park. Super quiet with great sites. Be sure to get a trail map upon check in. Nice walk along the over.
Rustic park with a beautiful river, lots of Cypress trees, birds, turtles, etc. The sites are dirt, and most are level. The Dogwood loop is closer to the main gate and is very woodsy feeling. Magnolia loop is back near the river and nature center; still woodsy but spaces are a bit bigger and more open feeling and dirt is packed better. Bathrooms fine in both. You can picnic by the river and lots of trails along the edge for a beautiful walk. Lots of history here and the area was used extensively by the early indians.
Lovely stay, lots to hike and see. We also took a day trip to Cedar Key for lunch. Lots of sand and dirt. Luckily we got some rain one night and that helped keep it down. Dogwood roads are narrow for our 36' class A, but slow was the way to go. Dump station is just before nature center on right. Equip there is on a curve, but we negotiated that easily.