Why You Should Visit the Ginnie Springs Campground

by Jeff Miller Content Writer
If you're visiting Florida and you want to have a more family fun vacation you should visit Ginnie Springs. Nestled in the historic town of High Spring, this unique Florida campground offers you a relaxing place but full of fun and activities for the whole family to enjoy.

Just a couple of hours drive from Orlando or Jacksonville airport or 40 minutes drive from nearby Gainesville this campground offers you an excellent river tubing experience and a great place for cave diving.

Ginnie Springs is open to every camper from small pop-up to 30' plus with slide outs camper. Most campsites have grills and a picnic table and some of them have running water available.  You can reserve a site with running water and electricity for a small amount.

For a more relaxing camping experience you can rent Ginnie's cottage that can easily sleep eight people. The 3 bedroom cottage is equipped with central heat/ air condition, kitchen and 2 bathrooms. Cottage rental includes daily park admission.

Unique activities

Ginnie Springs offers you fun and exciting activities for everyone. The slow moving Santa Fe river that runs through the camp is a perfect place for kayaking, canoeing or even river tubing with your friends and family.  Ginnie Springs is also a best place for Florida Scuba Diving. You can explore Ginnie Spring basin that measures 100 feet across and 15 feet deep that connects to Santa Fe river.  The camp ground provides all the essential kits for scuba diving and experts are present to guide thrill seekers.


Each spring is equipped with sun decks and stairs with railings so guests can have a safe experience. Picnic tables and grills can be found near the spring area for everyone to enjoy. They also have seven beach style volleyball courts and covered pavilions. A boat ramp is also available for someone with a small motorized boat or for those who  enjoy kayaking or canoeing. The campground also provides high speed wireless internet access.

Scuba Diving

Because of its crystal clear water and unique beauty, most divers considered Ginnie Spring as their top diving spot. Snorkeling and dive equipment can be rented inside the camp.

Ginnie Springs is open all year round and admission fee is less than 15 dollars for adult and less than 4 dollars for children.

So if you're visiting Florida and you're tired of driving and want to relax for a day or two, Ginnie Springs is a perfect place for you and your family.

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