1. karen Espinoza

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    Beautiful amazing place. especially in the fall. the leaves were so pretty. we went on the st. johns river tour. the best. Rebecca, our guide, knew everything about the plants, birds, animals and so much more. highly recommend. a real treat and up close and personal touch of the true beauty of Florida.

  2. Eric Olson

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    I grew up 30 min away from Blue Springs and every time I go home from Chicago it’s a must visit for me. It’s real Florida for me, beautiful and natural and stunning. When the manatee are there they are amazing to see, I’ve seen grown men let out whoops when they saw their first, and in the summer when you can swim the cold refreshing water restores the soul. There really is no other place like it for me.

  3. Nicholas Pontius

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    Great for seeing Manatee from a walkway. The boardwalk is about 10feet above the water, so looking down into the clear water and spotting a Manatee is easy. The long walk makes it nice to observe Manatee in their natural habitat. This park fills up quickly on weekends and holidays, they won’t let you in if full and you have to wait in a car line at the entrance. This is good because the walkway can get crowded. The campsite are just ok, plus near train tracks so a loud train blasting its horn comes through at night.

  4. Mike Dennison

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    Took the Harley’s down from Jacksonville. Nice ride down to the park and well worth the trip. The wife and I are hobbyists photographers. The spring was full of manatee. Lots of wildlife to photograph. The spring was clear. Very nice place to visit. Campsites looked very nice. We just made a day trip, didn’t camp but the sites looked nice. We will be back that’s for sure.

  5. gene flegal

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    ..Had a great time. Will come back more near the spring. So we can see more things