At 72 degrees year-round, the Suwannee River and Santa Fe River are known for their spring pockets located sporadically along the river. Ginnie Springs Outdoors, LLC is known for its diving grounds; Devil’s Spring System is the most iconic in the nation. The Devil’s Spring System consists of three individual springs, Devil’s Eye, Devil’s Ear, and Devil Spring (also known as the ‘Little Devil’). Due to an accident that lead to a diver’s death in 1976, Ginnie Springs banned all non-certified divers from accessing the caverns. Ginnie Springs also added grating and enforces a No Light Rule to protect novice divers from wandering into unknown places.
Camping prices start at $22.43 + tax per person per night. Add an additional $10 per site per night to upgrade your site to water/electric.
This river is ideal for every water sport; go tubing, paddle boarding, kayaking, snorkeling, fishing, or diving. Bring your own equipment and float on the water anytime you want, even at 2:00 AM. If you’re lucky, you may run into a family of manatees.
You can always rent their equipment if you didn’t travel with yours, but you must return items before closing every day (see hours below). Click here to view rental prices.
ATTENTION PARENTS: This is NOT a kid-friendly campground. This campground caters to college students and young adults. There are beer pong tables located at every other campsite. Campground staff will kindly suggest reserving sites at other campgrounds nearby that cater to young children.
Ginnie Springs Outdoors
7300 Ginnie Springs Road, High Springs, FL 32643
Phone: (386) 454-7188