The Florida springs are awesome! They are especially a great place to spend time during the summer. Hot and humid summer Florida summer days are made pleasant within seconds of dipping into one of the Florida Springs. They are cool all year long, with an average temperature of around 72 degrees. To some, that's cold, to others that is pure refreshing. You can find a family friendly spring guide here. Camping at the Florida springs is great. You can often get time at the spring where where you feel like it's just your family, and sometimes it literally is. You can get down there early in the morning to beat the crowd and you can go later in the evening when everyone has left. It's fabulous!
There are some Florida springs that offer camping without amenities. But we are lucky in that there are also plenty that do offer camping with amenities. Some offer full hook-ups, others offer electric and water, with a dump station on site. Being able to take your RV to these sites is a great way to spend time in the summer (or all year long). Here is a list of Florida springs that offers camping with amenities:
Blue Spring State Park
2100 W French Ave, Orange City
This is a popular spring and campground in Volusia County. The campground offers RV sites with sewer and electric. There is a dump station at the park. Take a short trek down to the spring where you will be able to cool off and make use of the short spring run. This is a spring you can do some tubing at, although the run is not very long. This state park is also located near miles worth of paved bike trail, which you can use for biking, running, etc. The bike trail will take you over to Green Springs Park, which doesn't offer swimming, but it beautiful to look at. The park also offers eco boat tours, kayak rentals, hiking trails, a picnic grounds, and more. In the winter months, Blue Spring State Park is a retreat for manatees and is closed off to swimming. The campground also offers fully equipped cabins for rent.
Blue Springs State Park (Gilchrest Blue)
7450 NE 60th St, High Springs
Blue Spring State Park used to be called Gilchrest Blue, until the state of Florida purchased the property, turning it into a state park. The spring is gorgeous and not a very far distance from the campground. The campground offers water and electric. The park also offers hiking, kayaking, and picnic areas. This is a gorgeous spring that you won't want to miss checking out.
Manatee Springs State Park
11650 NW 115 St, Chiefland
At Manatee Springs State Park you will find a gorgeous spring, hiking trails, picnic areas, kayaking, and beautiful scenery. Some of the campsites at Manatee Springs offer a full hook up and some only offer water and electric. They also have a dump station on site. This is a park where you can see plenty of wildlife, too.
Hart Springs Park
4240 SW 86th Ave, Bell
Hart Springs is a hidden gem in the middle of farmlands. The spring area has two springs, and they also have camping, kayaking, a swimming pool, pavilions, diving, and more. There's also a boardwalk nature trail that goes along the Suwanee River, offering great views. The campground offers full hook-up sites for those with RV's.
6470 SW 80th Avenue Trenton, FL
Otter Springs is a nice campground that offers a nearby small beautiful spring, an indoor swimming pool, nots of nature, and they also offer some cabins. They offer full hookups. The spring is a short walk from the campground and doesn't tend to get as busy as other springs, making it a great place to take your chair and relax.
Devil's Den Spring
5390 NE 180 Ave, Williston, FL
Most of the campsites at Devil's Den offer full hookups. This is an awesome spring that is a must-see. Note though that admission into the spring is a separate fee from the camping fee. If you stay there, you will also be within 20 minutes of being able to also check out Rainbow Springs on your trip.
Wekiwa Springs State Park
1800 Wekiwa Cir, Apopka
Wekiwa Springs State Park offers camping and the ability to swim in a beautiful spring. Some of the campsites have a full hookup, others have electric and water. There is a dump station on site. There is plenty of wildlife at this park, as well as hiking, kayak rentals, and more.
Rainbow Springs State Park
10830 SW 180th Avenue Rd, Dunnellon
Rainbow Springs State Park offers full hookup campsites. They also have a gorgeous spring and you can go tubing down the river. The main spring is located 7 miles from the campground, so you have to drive to it. However, they do offer a smaller area near the campground where you can get into the clear water and cool off.
Salt Springs Recreation Area
Ocala National Forest, Fort McCoy
Salt Springs offers a large campground that has full hookup sites. Along with a beautiful spring to cool off in, there are hiking trails, a basketball court, pavilion, and more. The spring is close enough that you can ride your bike to it from the campground.
7300 Ginnie Springs Rd, High Springs
Ginnie Springs offers quite a few campsites. They have water and electric only, but they do offer a dump station on site. This spring is gorgeous, but it is important to note that it's largely a college hang out area. Therefore if you stay there expect it to be loud with some partying going on.
Kelly Park / Rock Springs Run
400 E Kelly Park Rd, Apopka
Kelly Park / Rock Springs Run offers RV camping. They also have the beautiful spring and spring run, tubing, and more fun activities. This is a very busy park, which often reaches capacity during the summer months.
Lithia Springs Park
3932 Lithia Springs Rd, Lithia
Lithia Springs offers campsites with electric and water. The park does not take reservations for the camping. All campsites are available on a first come/first serve basis. Along with swimming in the springs, you can check out the trails, picnic, bird watch, etc.
30700 Wekiva River Rd, Sorrento
Wekiva Falls offers campsites with full hookups. There is also a large spring area to cool off. The campground also offers games, a swimming pool, tennis, water slide, and more. It's important to be aware that this is a sulphur spring, so it has an odor. Some people who are sensitive to smells may have a difficult time adjusting to the smell.
Florida Caverns Sate Park
3345 Caverns Rd. in Marianna, Florida
This is a great park to check out. Located in the panhandle area, it has some beautiful caverns that you can tour, hiking, a gorgeous spring, and it offers full hook-up camping.
1517 Vortex Spring Lane in Ponce De Leon, Florida
Located in the panhandle, this campground offers water and electric hookups with a beautiful spring nearby to cool off in. There are also slides, nature trails, diving classes, kayaking, and more.
2463 NE 816 Ave. in Old Town, Florida
Located in the Northwest area of the state, this spring offers 8 campsites that include water and electric. The campground has swimming and a boat ramp.
828 NE Primrose Rd in Mayo, Florida
Convict Spring is located in the Suwanee River Rendezvous campground, which is also near the Suwanee River. The spring is small, around the size of a swimming pool, but offers a nice place to cool off on a hot day. The campground offers full hook ups, kayaking, and entertainment.