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Rainbow Springs Campground should be in your bucket list.
This was our very first camping trip and it just couldn't be any better.
The staff at the welcome center was super friendly and accommodating.
The area is very clean, some campsites grounds do need to...More
This park is a hidden gem--a true treasure! What a beautiful place! I have spent many hours kayaking and tubing on these pristine and crystal clear waters, and it feels like Heaven on Earth! The park is fabulous and has a gift shop and food...More
My family and I decided to visit this state park on a weekend trip. I was pleasantly surprise by how little they charge for the entrance $2.00 per person. The park is beautifully kept. And the ambience has FAMILY written all over it. Even though,...More
We stayed at the Rainbow Springs Campground. The campground was nice. The grounds really needed attention. Looks like it had been a while since they cut the grass. Most of the campsites are secluded and that was nice. The bath houses had no a/c. We...More
Rainbow Springs has a lovely State Park and a perfect river flow for canoes, kayaks and tubing. It keeps a steady 72 degree water temperature, and it as clear as an be.
There are many people using this area and are having a wonderful time....More
I saw people with their own single floats. I don't know exactly what type of restrictions they have when it comes to the size of the floats. The Spring is separate from the area that is dedicated exclusively for tubing. They... More
I saw people with their own single floats. I don't know exactly what type of restrictions they have when it comes to the size of the floats. The Spring is separate from the area that is dedicated exclusively for tubing. They might have more information about that on their website.