January 15, 2023 - reviewed by thenauticalnun
Dissapointing For RVs
Nice tent camping. The RV section was horrible - very unlevel, cramped corral style spots a few feet from neighbors, 1 mile sandy (and in spots a little sketchy) entrance road, not big rig friendly and difficult for trailers to back into spots, no dump station (can use Oleno SP for free but is 25min away). Bathouse far away from tent sites, a good walk from RV spots, old and rundown. Day use is just meh as it has been mostly washed out. A small 1-mile trail. Quiet and nice spring, but unless you are kayaking, this place is not even worth visiting. Ichetucknee springs has a nice day use and Oleno cg is a decent place with a dump station. After camping at nearly all of the state parks in FL, this one is near the bottom of the list.
January 28, 2019 - reviewed by Jen
Newest State Park
It’s Florida’s newest state park. It was once privately owned. There are plans for upgrades in the future. The entrance road is unpaved sand and rough, but our class A made it in fine. The staff is super friendly. Water and electrical hookups are available, but on the passenger side of the RV if you back-in. We needed to use an extra long water hose and our extension cord for the electrical. Canoe rentals are available. The park is home to 6 natural springs. The swimming area is amazing. The sites are large, but composed of well packed sand. We had some issues leveling. There are showers available, but will hopefully be included in the upgrades. Reservations are available online. There is currently no dump station at all. We were allowed to dump at O’Leno State Park which is 12 miles away. We stayed 3 nights. High Springs is a beautiful town with a great main street that includes antique shops and restaurants. We enjoyed our stay and hope to return in the summer.