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Mitchell M wrote a review Apr 2021
Tampa, Florida2 contributions2 helpful votes
Drugs booze and loud music all day and night. Where to start, from the speed metal karaoke until 1am, intoxicated people passing out in your camp site. Drag racing down roads, people screaming f-bombs 24-7. Feeling the need to sleep with a weapon under your pillow. The worst two days of camping in my life. If you have any self respect, do not camp there.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Ly wrote a review Apr 2021
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Start to finish this was the worst camping experience I’ve encountered. The staff is amazingly rude. One would think that to get past their rigid check in policy that the park would have been top notch- not the case. The campsite was barely able to accommodate the size RV we indicated we were traveling in (ended up parked over the fire pit) and we had to clean the campsite upon arrival. Despite their many rules and regulations, once inside the campground it’s quite chaotic. Loud music, partying, obvious drug use and crowds. We tried to snorkel in the springs but it wasn’t safe for our children- teens and young adults obviously under the influence of drugs or alcohol were diving and jumping off of the rails at the springs not watching out for any other swimmers. This was an anticipated part of our trip and we were beyond disappointed. The springs themselves are so beautiful- it’s sad that this privately owned campground is their main access point. It would be a beautiful state park.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Margaret W wrote a review Apr 2021
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Sooo disappointed the owners care more about making money than preserving this beautiful collection of springs. I went yesterday and as usual the park was packed with campers, tents right on top of each other and every square inch of the park. Garbage all over the place and more disheartening- in the water. The water and the environment under water looks trampled and beaten up. As if it couldn't be worse... the loud music and noise!!!! A large collection of loud obnoxious people who have no regard for nature or tranquility. Dregs!
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Stef wrote a review Mar 2021
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Ginnie Springs. It's really the only place I've been camping at for the pas 13 years usually twice a year. Why? Because I can just show up and be guaranteed a camp site. It's huge. Unfortunately making reservations at a cool camping site in Florida is sometimes extremely hard. This is privately owned, so your left to do more or less what you want (That's a good thing and a bad thing, keep reading). The place is huge, it's pretty much primitive camping, though every site has running water. There are plenty of bathrooms with really nice showers. The price is not exactly cheap, but cheaper than anything comparable, 25 to 30 an night per person depending on season. When camping, I like to have space, don't want strangers within arms reach. You can find this at Ginnie Springs, but it's primitive, so come ready. There are seven springs to go swim in, you can float down the river. They rent all you want, from paddle boards to canoes. The only thing, is that in my opinion, you must avoid Friday's and Saturday's. The weekends are just unbearable, over crowded by a bunch of people who have absolutely no respect for anyone. Loud music at all hours, partying at all hours. The park makes absolutely no effort to stop any of this. Anything goes. So... don't go on the weekends, don't waste your money. You won't enjoy it. I wouldn't enjoy it. Arrive Sunday and leave Thursday it's awesome. Bring ear plugs anyway, just in case. Definitely bring bikes if you got them, it's really cool to ride them around the park.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Dawn M wrote a review Mar 2021
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This park is gorgeous but unfortunately there is no enforcement of chaos and noise. It seems there is some competition among the hordes of underage Latin people as to who can play their music the loudest in to all hours of the night. Cars racing around with music blasting and people purposely screaming out the window in the AM hours after midnight. There seems to be no one from management stopping any of it. I want to camp and enjoy nature not spend my week in a Miami ghetto. Won’t be going back.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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