If you wish to stay the night you are more than welcome to pitch a tent or park your RV at our full-facility campground down river from the headspring at 18185 SW 94th Street. Be sure to visit ReserveAmerica.com far in advance to make reservations as our campgrounds is quite popular and sites go quickly. Both campers and headspring visitors can also enjoy exciting new educational programs...
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Rainbow Springs State Park
Welcome to Rainbow Springs State Park
Rainbow Springs State Park is home to three facilities: the main "headsprings" entrance, the tubing entrance, and the campground.
At our main headsprings entrance, visitors may swim in the freshwater headsprings of the Rainbow River, rent canoes and kayaks, view waterfalls and gardens, and enjoy a picnic area with tables, grills, and pavilions. For large gatherings, private pavilions can be reserved. Tubes are not allowed in the headsprings area of the park. Click here for directions.
About 9 miles away, at our tubing entrance, visitors may rent tubes and use a shuttle service to float down the Rainbow River back to their vehicles. Please view our hours for tubing season information. Click here for directions.
Archaeological evidence indicates that people have been using this spring for nearly 10,000 years. Rainbow Springs is Florida's fourth largest spring and, from the 1930s through the 1970s, was the site of a popular, privately-owned attraction. Today, the Rainbow River is popular for swimming, snorkeling, canoeing and kayaking.