Florida Caverns State Park


4.5 from 2 users


If you want to explore caves, you might want to consider visiting Florida Caverns State Park. As visitors wander through the underground, they can see chisel marks made by workers during the 1930s who made it possible to view this wonder. Stalactites, stalagmites, flowstones and draperies are all over. Guests can also go biking, walking and running in the park. It also has a boat ramp, equestrian trail, pavilion, and playground. There are 38 sites in the park for RVs and tents. 32 sites have full hookups. Picnic tables and grills are provided. Restrooms and showers are available. Camping fee is $20 a night.

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Lat: 30.810836 Lng: -85.219884

User Reviews


User 62972

Nice, quiet and beautiful place. We only spend 1 night here, but we enjoyed it.


User 53679

Usually a beautiful area with blue hole and caverns you can pay to tour. Camp sites do not have an angle to back into, so it is a little hard to maneuver into the space. Restrooms very clean. Spaces are bare sand with full hookup. A couple of handicap spaces are available that have a paved lot.


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