GPS: 29.05.202, -82.25.027
at $30.00 per night + tax
|scenery||Not a lot of shade on the campsites but trees surrounding the campground|
|privacy||We had one of the few sites with bushes and trees around us|
|cell signal||Useable but slow. We had to break out our booster for the first time|
|1-2-3-4-5||free wifi||None we could find|
|1-2-3-4-5||campsite size||Most will fit a 40 foot rig. Ours was a 103 foot pull through.|
|1-2-3-4-5||water||On every site|
|1-2-3-4-5||sewer||On every site|
|1-2-3-4-5||table/fire ring||On every site|
|1-2-3-4-5||showers||Hot and clean with good water pressure|
|1-2-3-4-5||toilets||Clean flush toilets|
|1-2-3-4-5||laundry||$1.25 wash & $1.25 dry for 45 minutes|
|1-2-3-4-5||security||Gated with a security code|
|1-2-3-4-5||quiet nights||Well off the main road outside the park|
|1-2-3-4-5||wildlife||Squirrels and many song birds|
|1-2-3-4-5||park staff||Friendly and helpful|
|1-2-3-4-5||activities||Wading and a 2 hour tubing run down the Rainbow River. Canoeing and kayaking also available.|
No bonus points here.
NOTE: This campground has it's own entrance on SW 94th Street (as listed above), make sure you do not go to the Main Entrance for Rainbow Springs State Park on 81st Place Road as listed on most web searches.
We had friends drive over from Jacksonville Saturday morning to do the two hour tube float down the river and enjoy a BBQ together. After lunch we all went down to the river and cooled off in the 72 degree water for about an hour before they had to head back home. We had some good times and created some great memories during our stay here.
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