Beautiful springs, horribly managed. The staff is militant about making sure they get paid the high entry fee, but after you leave the (deceptively clean) camp store, there is no supervision or management of any kind. Drunken college students, AS WELL AS, underage drunken teens everywhere. People screaming obscenities and blaring music. Glass beer bottles in practically every hand right where barefoot swimmers are supposed to walk. People actually smoking and drinking IN the springs. They have signs posted about checking identification, obeying rules, etc. but that would require some sort of staff involvement and, trust me, that doesn't happen. The camp area is filthy - it's loaded with trash and there are no paved roads or walkways. Unless you're age 18-25 and a Godless idiot looking for a place to be on your worst behavior, don't go here. If you have a family, definitely don't take your children here! It's not a safe environment. Save your money and go to one of the many state managed springs. I pray that this property gets taken over by decent management, OR the state, before these gorgeous springs are completely ruined.
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