RV Parks & Campgrounds

Blue Spring State Park State Parks

4.2 Stars 4.2 - 9 Reviews  $
(386) 775-3663
Orange City, Florida


All year

Total: 51, Elecwater: 57, Max RV Length: 40 ft

Water, Electric, Tents, Picnic Tables, Restroom, Dump Station, Campfire


October 23, 2023 - reviewed by Light On liberty
2.0 Stars   $35
Not For Me
🔸Downhill dump station 🔸Train nearby 🔸No breeze, good luck 🥵 🔸no breeze = mosquitoes and you can’t do anything outside 🔸28 is not level 🔸Spring and swimming area was awesome 🔸Lacking maintenance and love 🔸Water is questionable, foams for a minute before running clear ☢️

March 11, 2023 - reviewed by Charles Phillips
5.0 Stars   
Off The Streets
Blue Spring never disappoints. Lovecoming here and seeing the Manatees.

July 14, 2020 - reviewed by Steve
5.0 Stars   
Pleasant Experience
Spent two weeks enjoying the campground, springs, hiking and biking trails. Nice newer bathrooms with good water pressure in showers. Shady, roomy camping area with woods between sites. Rabbits, deer, manatee, gar, tilapia, alligators, and armored cats were abundant for viewing.

February 18, 2020 - reviewed by Jeff Akers
5.0 Stars   
One Of The Best Campgrounds In Florida
So far this state park has the best campground in Florida. Big, beautiful, clean, and private sites through out the campground. There is lots of things to do here including hiking, swimming, canoeing, kayaking and sight seeing. RV'rs will absolutely love this place. We will definitely return.

May 11, 2018 - reviewed by The Elkins
5.0 Stars   
Very nice park.. Bad timing on seeing the Manatee but blue springs was beautiful. Will definitely come back

December 16, 2017 - reviewed by Thomas Clarke
4.0 Stars   
A Very Fine Facility
The campsites are on a well paved road. Most are nicely spaced out with plenty of foliage in between. The restroom/shower buildings appear to be new. They could have been built a little bigger as there is only 2 shower stalls and to 2 toilet stalls per side. The manatee viewing area is terrific, with great wooden walkways to view the animals from. There is also easy access to the St. John river cruise boats. Bicycle riders will enjoy the area because local bike trails are adjacent to the campground. There is an active train track near by with the occasional train blowing their whistle as they go by. However, this is infrequent and not really a problem. Overall an excellent campground which I do recommend. I don't think you will find a better place to view manatees in the wild.

May 2, 2017 - reviewed by Tom
5.0 Stars   
Great Time
Nice campground, new bathrooms, cool spring, and lots to do and see.

July 23, 2016 - reviewed by AmberKate
2.0 Stars   
Small campsites poorly maintained many with potholes. Campground is under construction but improvements seem to be just to meet ADA requirements which means a new restroom and a couple of paved campsites. Swimming area is nice and the springs are always refreshing even in the stifling heat of August in Florida.

April 26, 2016 - reviewed by Plonski
5.0 Stars   
Just as nice the second time. Clean great showers and nice swimming. Wonderful

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