The deep springs are amazing! World class cave diving takes place here. Bring your biggest and baddest flotation items (inflatable mattresses, inflatable chairs, rafts, tubes) to enter from one of the springs where you can enjoy floating down the relaxing river. The water is a chilly 72 degrees year round. There was lots of drinking and partying as this seems to be a UF college hangout. Everyone seemed to get along. Our site washed out with a very heavy rain, so be sure to scope out the location if rain is in forecast. Bring snorkel gear if you don't plan on diving as the basins are crystal clear. This is an alcohol friendly place.
We arrived on Sunday, Sept 19th and it was dead. There were just a few families utilizing the water features. The grounds were clean. The waterfront lots do not have septic hookups, but most other sites do. We enjoyed the short stay at the location. Bathrooms were clean. The people running the place were not very happy to be working on that particular day. It is very kid friendly with mini golf, playground, horseshoes, big water slide, paddle boats and canoes. We would come here again, but we would make sure to have additional friends come along with us.
Nice shaded and quaint park located on Lake Talquin. Very quiet. There were lakefront lots available, but I was happy on the interior location where you could pull through. This is a small and clean park. Bathrooms were old but functional with plenty of hot water. The proprietor was friendly and came the next morning to collect the money for the stay, which was $54 for two nights. This is a Leon County park. It is located next to a boat launching ramp. We felt safe here. The hookups were in good order. They have a septic dump to empty on your way out, but no individual sewer hookups. They also provided internet access. We have already made reservations to stay again when we go to the FSU games.