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Just a couple days ago my boyfriend and I went camping at Juniper Springs. I must admit that I was very impressed with the cleanliness of the campgrounds. The bathrooms were cleaned regularly multiple times a day. Plus the camp site itself was spotless of...More
It was a lots of fun. We saw a couple of otters, a deer and of course turtles. We didn't see any gators. There is a few place you have to duck under trees when canoeing. Make sure you bring towels so you can go...More
I drove 3 hours to come back to what used to be a fun place. Kids wanted to return here for the dive platform. Only to find on an 8 x 11 sheet of paper at the entrance tjat the platform is closed. Their website...More
Response from Warren M, Manager at Juniper Springs Recreation AreaResponded 2 weeks ago
We are sorry we did a poor job in communicating. Yes, the "dive platform" was closed two years ago because it became simply too dangerous. Updates for this facility can be found at juniper-springs.com. We will notify the US Forest Service to see if they...More
Started going to Juniper when I was a kid. We had nothing like this growing up in Fort Lauderdale. Now I live 10 minutes away! Later in life I would use this trip to try out my more serious relationships. 3 guys and 3 totally...More
We have camped in our RV there 3 times in the past year. We just love the trees and how quiet it is. The sites are near the springs so you don't have to pack a lunch to get to it. The springs area is...More
unfortunately I feel the same way they charge an arm and leg to get in and they stripped away best part of the swing area, my only positive thing to say is nice camp ground and great for kayaks not good for us swimmers.
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"This is not a hotel, but a spring. Not sure why trip advisor thinks it's a hotel."