Volunteer campground hosts are on hand in each area to make guests feel welcome, secure and offer assistance as needed. Park programs include weekend retreats and a monthly coffeehouse.
Of course, all the park activities and facilities are open to campers. Hiking, biking or horseback riding along recently refurbished nature trails, canoeing, kayaking and fishing are all favorites. Also, the museum, carillon, gift shop and weekend craft demonstrators will help fill up your days.
A dump station is located near the entry to the campground and pets are allowed, but campers must follow pet rules. The campground and its facilities are ADA accessible.
Located about 30 miles south of the Florida-Georgia border and about 20 miles north of Lake City, the campground is convenient to both I-75 and I-10 travelers. Reservations for campsites may be made up to 11 months in advance through ReserveAmerica.com.