February 3, 2022 - reviewed by Dawn
As we were told by the ranger at check in the actual spring is located 1.5 miles away from the campground.... the campground is just a place to park your camper and sleep, nothing special-the ranger's words not mine. Rainbow Spring park is very nice and worth the visit. The campground is forgettable... during our stay the dump station/sewer wasn't working and they didn't know when it would be fixed. None of the showers had shower curtains. The handicap shower in the men's bathroom was taped off. The washing machine was broken. In a effort to "save trees" they had no paper maps of the park and told us to go on line and download a map of the park... only problem was there's no internet in the park, regardless of your provider. It's not that it's slow there's none. The bathrm near the tent sites wasn't working, and is said to be under renovation but no one worked on it during our stay. On a positive note the sites are spaced part for privacy and are reasonably level.
February 16, 2021 - reviewed by Kathy
The camping is good if you can get a site in the back where there is more privacy. The springs are beautiful and we loved kayaking on the river. Swampies Restaurant is awesome!
November 9, 2020 - reviewed by David Prince
We spent two nights here and had a great time. The sites are large and outside loop sites feel secluded. We made a trip to the day use area and hiked the Spring head area. It was really nice.
November 6, 2018 - reviewed by Rivan16
Our very first RV trip ever. We desided to take a short trip (40min drive) just to see what its all about. The park is great, spacious sites with all hookups, fire ring and BBQ grill. Nicelly trimmed, secluded. Access to Rainbow river with kayak and tube rentals, trail, activity center with pool table and kids play ground.
July 18, 2018 - reviewed by Ashley M
Park is clean, nice trees and brush between sites providing great privacy. Private water access to the river at campground. Tons of bugs and wildlife, watch out for coolers, trash cans, etc the raccoons love anything they can get into. Highly recommend, beautiful place.
April 21, 2018 - reviewed by Sandy
Really great stopping place, we were lucky to get a site for the night. Beautiful facilities, laundry and showers.
March 8, 2018 - reviewed by Jen
We loved this state park. It’s difficult to get a reservation due to popularity, but if you can, it’s worth it. The sites are spacious and some are more secluded from the main office than others. The rangers are very helpful and the reservation site Reserve America is super user friendly. Our site was gravel with full hook-ups including sewer. Canoes are available for rental and the rainbow river is amazing. Love this park!
November 10, 2015 - reviewed by Jpkendallsr
Great Florida Campground
Very friendly people at the office. Fair price. One beautiful river for swimming, kayaking, canoeing. Water perfectly clear. Campsites very well maintained and had water, 50 amp service, and sewers. Easy to get to, Exit 352 on I75, West on 40, left on SW 10th Ave Rd to entrance. Best time to go, September after Labor day. Make reservations.