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Nice people, great kayaking. Campsites too close together and almost as many dogs as people. Our second night we had three dogs..unleashed!..come into our campsite; two after dark and one growled at my husband. Four dogfights! and two of them we thought owners weren't going...More
I tent camped here for 3 nights recently. The tent site was clean, however the walk to the bath house was pretty long. Although they set up porta toilets in the area, I didn't use them. The addition of a bath house in the tent...More
Nice they allow pets and the kayak rental was run very well, beautiful river to kayak and had underwater caves. Bathrooms were very spacious . Campsites were a little congested spacing , since sites seems close together at least where I sang and enjoyed ukulele...More
There is lots to see and do. Parking was 5 dollars, 7 if you had a trailer. Launching the kayaks was quick and easy. I suggest you get there in the morning that way you avoid the loud obnoxious drunks.
While staying in Orlando I decided to find something outdoors other than the parks. An online search led me to this off the path destination less than 2 hours from our resort. Upon arrival we were met by the very friendly staff and wildlife visible...More
We were tent camping. There were no cleanup fees. We cleaned up anyway. I'm not sure about cabins. I would call them to confirm, but if they want to charge a fee call them out on it. It's a private campground so they operate... More
We were tent camping. There were no cleanup fees. We cleaned up anyway. I'm not sure about cabins. I would call them to confirm, but if they want to charge a fee call them out on it. It's a private campground so they operate by a different set of rules from a state or county campground.
Look at some other grounds in the area. The Weeki Wachee is only a few minutes away. There are other options as well. Look around, and you will find a home for rent for weeks or weekends.
You can always paddle both rivers. You will pay a few bucks for parking, but the tradeoff is you have a homebase. If you go towards Weeki I highly recommend launching out of Rodger's Park. You can rent small motorized boats, kayaks, canoes, paddleboards, etc. at both locales.