Campgrounds Near High Springs, Florida

Campgrounds Near High Springs, Florida
The town of High Springs is located in the northwestern section of Florida. Recreational activities abound in the area. Everything from tubing, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, biking, swimming, and diving to enjoying Florida's wildlife is a short distance from the town. Campers visiting the area have a variety of choices in wooded camping areas that accommodate both tents and RVs, and they will not have a problem finding a private and shady campsite meeting all their requirements.

O'Leno State Park

Operated by the Florida State Park System and one of the oldest state parks within the state, O'Leno State Park is approximately six miles north of High Springs. Located on the Santa Fe River and surrounded by a hardwood forest, the 61 campsites are a camper's delight. There are two campgrounds situated within the park with private and wooded sites that include water, electric, picnic table and fire ring/grill, with pets accepted. Maximum length for RVs is 50 feet. The park also offers primitive and youth camping areas as well as cabins. The campground has restrooms, showers and a concession area where visitors can rent canoes or kayaks. Anglers can fish along the banks of the Santa Fe River, and there are 13 miles of hiking, biking and wildlife viewing trails running through the area.



O'Leno State Park

410 SE O'Leno Park Road

High Springs, FL 32643

386-454-1853

floridastateparks.org

High Springs Campground

High Springs Campground is a privately owned campground located approximately five miles west of High Springs. The well-maintained campground encompassed by a hardwood hammock of oaks and pines is a good base camp for those wanting to explore the surrounding area. The campground offers 50 sites that include electric and water and five campsites designated for tent campers with water only. All sites are large, private and shady, with pull-through sites available that accommodate large RVs and travel trailers. The campground has a swimming pool, a laundry facility and a bathhouse, as well as free Wi-Fi Internet. The Ichetucknee and Santa Fe Rivers are approximately seven miles away, offering opportunities for tubing, swimming, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, diving and fishing.



High Springs Campground

24004 NW Old Bellamy Road

High Springs, FL 32643

386-454-1688

highspringscampground.com

Blue Springs Park

Blue Springs Park is located approximately eight miles from High Springs. The privately operated park and campground contains Blue, Naked, Johnson, Little Blue and Kiefer springs within its confines. The heavily forested campground, offers large private sites that will accommodate even the biggest rigs. There are five sites with 50-amp electric and water, 25 sites with 30-amp electric and water, and primitive camping available throughout the park in designated areas with no amenities. Camping is on a first-come, first-served basis; the park is open year-round and does not accept pets. The park has restrooms, showers, a dump station, a picnic area and a concession stand where visitors can rent canoes, kayaks or tubes. Swimmers will enjoy Blue Spring, a second-magnitude spring. Anglers can fish in the Santa Fe River.



Blue Springs Park

7450 NE 60th Street

High Springs, FL 32643

386-454-1369

bluespringspark.com

Article Written By Joyce Starr

Joyce Starr is a professional writer from Florida and owns a landscaping company and garden center. She has published articles about camping in Florida, lawn care and gardening and writes for a local gardening newsletter. She shares her love and knowledge of the outdoors and nature through her writing.

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