Fanning Springs can get pretttty crowded, especially during the summer, so staying for a night or two at the park’s primitive campground is the best way to get some one-on-one time with the breathtaking natural surroundings. The semi-shady campsite sits above the park’s canoe launch and can accommodate eight people. Restrooms with a frosty outdoor shower are nearby. An important note: you can’t leave a vehicle here overnight if you’re camping, which means the primitive site can only be used by folks who hike, bike, or paddle their way into the park.
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Natural features you'll find at Fanning Springs Primitive Campground.
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