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MANATEE SPRINGS SP, FL
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Alerts and Important InformationThe park gates close at sunset. If you plan to arrive late please contact the park prior to 5 PM on the day of your arrival. Visitors may make reservations from a minimum of one day, up to eleven months in advance of their arrival date. Sites are designed for a rustic experience in a forest area. Trees overhang most sites. Leaves and hickory nuts drop in the fall months. Very large rigs will require skilled drivers to maneuver into sites. Please call the park office at 352-493-6072 for more detailed descriptions if desired. No rigs over 35 feet long. Caution is advised in the swimming area as conditions are increasingly hazardous in high water situations.
Pets are allowed in family camping areas overnight.
Pets are welcome overnight in all the camping parks. Pet rules apply. Domestic breeds of dogs, except guide or signal dogs or animals trained to assist individuals with a disability, cats, fur-bearing animals, birds and reptiles are not allowed in food-service areas, cabins or cabin areas, primitive campgrounds, beaches where bathing and swimming are permitted, either land and water portions, park buildings, playgrounds, and areas designated by park management. Captive wild species, whether native or non- native, and barnyard animals, except horses, are not allowed. Pets must be well behaved at all times and confined in the owners camping unit during quiet hours. Unconfined pets may not be left unattended for more than 30 minutes and must be on a leash no more than 6 feet long. Please do not tie pets to park vegetation, natural or manmade structures or facilities. Pet owners must pick up after their pets and properly dispose of all droppings in trash receptacles. Pets are required to be vaccinated. Horse owners and users will be asked to show their certificate of a current negative Coggins Test for all horses entering the park. A pet that is noisy, disturbing, intimidating or dangerous to other people or pets, or which damages park resources, will not be allowed to remain in the park. No one younger than 18 may camp overnight unless accompanied by a responsible adult, who will remain onsite for the period rented.
Getting There:Manatee Springs State Park is located on State Road 320, six miles west of Chiefland, off US Rt 19.
Mailing Address:MANATEE SPRINGS SP
11650 NW 115TH STREET
CHIEFLAND FL 32626
Phone Number:Information: (352)493-6072