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We have enjoyed swimming here for 20+ years and STILL do.
My only recommendations are BRING a float or foam noodle as you will not be able to touch the bottom. It can get kinda crowded at times too AND the "kid area" is pretty...More
Absolutely love this river and the scenery is excellent. One of my favorite things to do with my family is to float like a lazy river times ten. The set up with transportation back to your vehicle and float rentals is the perfect set up.
Acres of greenery and the clearest water you'll ever see. Be sure to wear gym shoes rather than sandals there is quite a bit of walking involved. An off-the-beaten-path natural habitat open for the public to experience. Spend as much time as you can in...More
We went here after tubing from KP hole and we wish we would have just started here. Lovely area, great swimming area, clear and deep enough. Nice areas for picnicing and relaxing. You can BBQ and hike around the area.
The first time I saw Rainbow Springs was in the early 1950s, before I-75 and the Interstate Highway System was built, when our vacation-bound family had to drive from Chicago to St. Petersburg on U.S. Highway 41. Along the way, we stopped at an amusement...More
I"m afraid i can't answer that. We went for the sole purpose of kayaking and we didn't really check out the campsites. This is a small but very pretty Park... i think it's mainly about swimming and kayaking then any real... More
I"m afraid i can't answer that. We went for the sole purpose of kayaking and we didn't really check out the campsites. This is a small but very pretty Park... i think it's mainly about swimming and kayaking then any real 'camping' experience, but that's just my impression. For one night, i think you'll enjoy it.