The late diving pioneer and conservationist Jacques Cousteau captured Ginnie Springs quite simply: "Visibility - forever." Flowing out to the Santa Fe River, the clear and inviting spring remains a constant 72 degrees year-round and is a playground for swimmers, snorkelers, tubers and divers alike. While Ginnie is known for its impressive network of underwater caves, beginners need not be afraid of this fantastic scuba destination. Located near the City of High Springs, Ginnie Springs' moderate entrance fee is well worth a day of exploration, fun, and aquatic adventure. If you prefer to spend time on land, Ginnie Springs is also home to several recreational activities. Volleyballs are available for rent alongside aquatic equipment and concessions. Camping facilities are also available on site.
Privately-owned Ginnie Springs is popular! It can be crowded and noisy during weekends and holidays. There are no pets allowed, You must be over 18 to register for camping, and please don't bring your jet ski as they are not allowed.
Ginnie Springs has 129 water and electric campsites right across from the park’s store where you can camp with all the comforts of home. These sites may be reserved and reservations are recommended to ensure you will have a site. None of the water and electric sites are located by the river. Each electric and water sites holds a maximum of 8 people, 2 vehicles, and 2 tents.
Photo credit: Jess Dales & Quinn Schrock, www.JessDales.com.