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Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park

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Reviewed 3 February 2017

The camp sites were large and very private. Lots of attractions within the park. Its a very interesting location with a museum and the centrepiece of the Park is the Stephen Foster Memorial Carillon which plays randomly. It is very restful with lots of trails and biking. There is a craft village which sells local artisan's products. When we were...

Thank Bill H
Cocoa, Florida
Reviewed 27 October 2016 via mobile

Such a pretty place. We got a cabin,#3. It has everything you need. Two bedrooms one with queen bed and one with bunk bed full and twin. One bathroom full kitchen gas fireplace and screen porch that goes half around the house with swings and picnic table and rocking chairs and ceiling fans. Place has air conditioning and heat. Also...

Thank aimeer209
Orlando, Fl
Reviewed 30 June 2016

We spent five days here and stayed in one of the five cabins that they have. The cabin was a two bedroom and was very clean. Each cabin has a large screened in porch that has a swing, rocker chairs and a picnic table. We enjoyed not having a TV or radio to distract us, Also there is a BBQ...

1Thank atraumanurse
Suwannee, Florida
Reviewed 15 December 2015 via mobile

Camped this past weekend so we could enjoy the Christmas lights and the other activities they have. The lights were very nice. They gave away popcorn, hot cocoa, and marshmallows to roast. A big bonfire. Several crafters. They were very interesting. A honest to goodness blacksmith was amazing. Price to enter park for festivities is $3. Kids will love it....

1Thank cp32692
The Villages, FL
Reviewed 25 October 2015

This campground is well maintained by the camp hosts/ volunteers. The mostly level gravel sites are large, and actually raked between users. This is an area with lots of large trees so there is plenty of shade. There are quite a few pull through sites, and some are long enough for whatever RV and anything you are towing to stay...

Thank VillagerRick
Jacksonville, Florida
Reviewed 3 July 2015 via mobile

This campground is peaceful and has large campsites. We brought our pop-up and the site was perfect.It is also dog friendly. The bathrooms and showers are pretty maintained and there is a nice playground for the kids. Not a lot of attractions on the campground itself, but there are trails for walking and biking as well as shops and the...

Thank adseds
Miami, Florida
Reviewed 21 April 2015

The cabins at Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park have all the amenities and can accommodate up to 6 people comfortably. There are two roomy bedrooms, one bathroom with hot water and shower, a large living/dining room with a lovely gas fireplace and a kitchen with appliances (including dishwasher) and dishes,glassware,cookware,silverware,cutlery, etc. Linens are provided. All you need to...

Thank cgarcia815
Knoxville, Tennessee
Reviewed 29 March 2015

We absolutely lucked into a site here for just one night. Have tried to get in before but have never planned far enough ahead. It is a great place to spend time and we will be back. The sites seem well kept and ot terribly close together. There is a good mixture of families and seniors but noise was not...

Thank Vernon B
Atlanta, Ga.
Reviewed 13 February 2015

Stephen Foster Folk Culture State Park is a lovely park with lots of activities. They have a great campground with nice spacing between the sites. And large common areas. The restrooms are clean and have laundry facilities. The sites have water and electric only. A dump station is available. This park is dedicated to Stephen Foster who wrote the Florida...

Thank Leslieonthego
Suwannee, Florida
Reviewed 9 January 2015 via mobile

Great sites. All lots are wooded with privacy. The Culture Center is also interesting. There are craftsman on site. Blacksmith, weavers, etc. stayed three days. Gift shop with a lot of Florida books, gifts. Everyone was very nice, as is the norm for most State Parks. Restrooms are very clean in Campground.

Thank cp32692

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Address: Placement on map is approximate US Highway 41 and Steven Foster Drive, White Springs, FL 32096
Region: United States > Florida > White Springs
Number of rooms: 5
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“This is a RV Park”
billhO9771CZ, 3 Feb 2017 | Read review
“Any cabin is nice and wifi was at gift shop.”
atraumanurse, 29 Jun 2016 | Read review
“Perimeter campsites always seem to be the best, but most sites in this campground were good.”
KathyN599, 7 Mar 2013 | Read review
“All of the cabins are in a row -- you can't go wrong with any of them.”
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