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Natural Springs In Florida Has Magical Views & Has Officially Reopened

Tucked away in the trees at one of the most breathtaking natural springs in Florida is a campsite with magical rainforest-like views. In the early morning hours, this scenic campground at Ginnie Springs transforms into a misty paradise for you to wander. Pitch a tent and discover this hidden cove in the Sunshine State. You won't forget this enchanting experience. 

Ginnie Springs has reopened just in time for summer. This spot is a local treasure in North Florida, located just an hour northwest of Gainsville and an hour and 45 minutes southwest of Jacksonville. 

Camping at the springs costs $22.43 per person each night. There are hundreds of campsites to choose from, so see if you can score a river-front spot or a scenic nook by the natural spring.

Before you go, make sure you have all of the equipment you need for a magical evening. If you're more of a glamper than a camper, reserve the cozy Ginnie Cottage for an upgraded overnight stay.

This Florida camping adventure features beautiful flowing waters, towering trees, and diverse wildlife. You'll be one with nature at this serene destination. 

You can play the video below and be transported to this little slice of heaven before you make the trip. Listen for tropical birds chirping in this foggy oasis.

This crystal-clear natural spring is one of the most incredible natural sights in the state. Take a dip in these sparkling, transparent waters that look almost too good to be true. 

The park is open for Memorial Day, so start planning your trip to this incredible place. You'll spend a night under the stars and then bask in the beautiful morning views. 

Ginnie Springs Camping

Price: $22.43 per person

Address: 7300 Ginnie Springs Road, High Springs, FL

Why You Need To Go: You can camp out at this rainforest-like cove in Florida and feel like you're in another country. 

We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.

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