camping in and around gilchrist county

Camping and RV

Blue Springs Campground

This all-natural camping area along the Santa Fe River allows visitors to interact with wild life and to enjoy shaded sites under majestic oak trees throughout the park. It offers primitive and full hookups. Bring your tent or RV and relax around our beautiful springs and bathhouse (sorry, no pets allowed).

For more information, please call (352) 454-1369 or visit

Ellie Ray's Resort & Lounge

Situated on the banks of the beautiful Santa Fe River, it's a popular 99-site RV park and a fun place for the whole family. Located just a short distance from it, is the Itchetucknee Springs Park, and the Santa Fe flows into the Suwannee just a few miles away.

Fore more info, please call (386) 935-9518 or visit

Ginnie Springs Outdoors, LLC

This river-front park boasts 200+ acres of wilderness campsites, many of them situated along the river the bank. In addition, to primitive sites, some are available with electric, water and RV hookups, along with family and full group locations. Water activities abound, and the park offers tiled bath houses with warm showers, a country store with camping supplies, snacks, drinks, ice, laundromat, and dump station.

Fore more information, please call (386) 454-7188 or visit

Hart Springs

Take a break from the Florida heat. Hart Springs is one of the more popular springs and parks in Gilchrist County. It features a new splash pad for little ones to enjoy and cool off. Other activities include campgrounds, canoe and kayak rentals, a full-sized pool, scuba diving and more!

Fore more info, please call (352) 463-3444 or visit

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