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Trying to find a campground with full hookups located near one of the fresh water springs around central Florida. Looking for on site amenities such as swimming, kayaking, scuba diving, snorkeling, tubing, etc. MH is 42' class A. Any suggestions?


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That’s going to be tuff since it’s late October.


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http://www.floridasprings.org/visit/recreation/camping/


Been to several and enjoyed all.

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https://www.floridastateparks.org/parks-and-trails/rainbow-springs-state-park


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Salt Springs Recreation Area..... used to be an RV park before the gov't took it over. Nice FHU sites, Salt Springs is in the park.


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I still have not found one with fhu for a 42' motorhome near a spring that allows scuba, etc.

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You can check Ginny Springs-- not sure if they have sewer

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Salt springs has hookups, You can scuba dive in Alexander springs or Juniper springs which is near by, easily ride with a tow car. I have only dived and camped in Alexander and Juniper springs but don't see why diving would not be allowed in Salt springs. Ginnie springs, devils den and Blue springs all allow scuba diving. There just don't want you to go into the cave system unless you have that certification.

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AikenRacer wrote:

I still have not found one with fhu for a 42' motorhome near a spring that allows scuba, etc.


RAINBOW SPRINGS SP, FL has it all - great park with lots of room - most of the sites are "banana" sites


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Gjac wrote:

Salt springs has hookups, You can scuba dive in Alexander springs or Juniper springs which is near by, easily ride with a tow car. I have only dived and camped in Alexander and Juniper springs but don't see why diving would not be allowed in Salt springs. Ginnie springs, devils den and Blue springs all allow scuba diving. There just don't want you to go into the cave system unless you have that certification.


The pool at Salt Springs is pretty small and shallow, so just swimming and/or snorkeling work fine.

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