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Dip Your Toes

No Prime Camping Destination Is Complete Without Springs

On a hot, summer day in Suwannee County when the sun is high in the sky, find your way to one of the natural springs in the area and take a plunge. Swim in the refreshing water, picnic under the clear skies and unwind on the sandy shores with a fresh batch of sweet tea.

A handful of our springs are clustered in a sandy 100 ft stretch at the base of a 35 ft. high bank along the south side of the Suwannee River. Acres upon acres of wooded areas surround these springs making it a desirable location to picnic, swim, grill, walk a scenic trail and even boat in locations that provide a boat ramp. We’re proud of our natural springs with their sandy shores, limestone formations and cave systems for the happiness it brings us and to those who visit them.

Dive right in to any of our wondrous springs!


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