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High Springs has a few Bed &...

High Springs has a few Bed & Breakfast's and there are some chain hotels just off I-75 when you take the exit. Although these are nice choices, I thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the camp grounds of the different springs.
The average price depends on the park, because some are privately owned, but campsites range between $12 and $25 US dollars depending on number of tents and guests, and whether it's an electrical or primitive site.

The springs are generally open year round and the water stays the same temperature regardless of the time of year. Most offer electrical and primitive sites with community showers and restrooms. And plus you can swim until you're water logged or just plain tired, no matter what time it is. Most offer canoe rentals, and free fishing. They even come equipped with wooden decks that lead you to and from points of interest for your safety, convenience and for those who are unable to walk the long distances.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written October 5, 2002
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