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P.O. Box 331
7450 NE 60th St. High Springs, Florida 32643

(386) 454-1369
Email us at info@bluespringspark.com

We are open year round except for the 3 week time period, the week before Christmas until the end of the first week after New Years. 


Please note, Blue Springs Park does not accept credit or debit cards.

Hours are 9:00am-7:00pm from March until October and winter hours are 9:00am-5:30pm.


Swimming is always fun at Blue Springs! The 72-degree water is the same temperature year-round and provides a refreshing break in the hot weather. You can bring a tube and float down the spring run to the Santa Fe River. Snorkeling is permitted, but not scuba diving.


RV and primitive camping are available at Blue Springs.

RV sites offer 20 or 30 amp electricity and water and are located near the main spring. Primitive camping is permitted throughout the property and has no electricity or water. A dump station is available for your convenience. Checkout time is 12:00 noon.

Canoes & Tubes

Canoes and tubes may be rented at the park for your enjoyment.


Open-Air Pavilions may be reserved with a $50.00 fee, which entitles you to group admission discounts, with a 25-person suggested minimum.

There are four pavilions which have a concrete floor, a roof over, tables, and a grill. Pavilions vary in size: Two have four tables each, and two have ten or more tables, to accommodate large parties and small. Pavilions are first-come, first-served if not reserved.


The concession stand offers pizza, hot dogs, corn dogs, nachos and chips, candy, ice cream, and soda. Ice is available as well. The concession stand also has basic camping supplies such as charcoal, foil and bug spray, and there is an air compressor station available to fill your tubes and air mattresses.


Blue Springs has something for everyone, including:
- Horseshoes (supplied)
- Volleyball court (balls supplied)
- Picnic tables and grills near the spring
- Bathhouse with showers
- Restroom facilities throughout
- Fishing, permitted at the river

Blue Springs facilities are fully ADA compliant.


Blue Spring is a second-magnitude spring with a large swimming area. It has a diving dock and is 24 feet deep near the dock. There are 50 yards of white-sand beach, great for small children and sunbathers.

The Boardwalk is a quarter-mile long and meanders along the spring run out to the Santa Fe River. You may tube, canoe or kayak out to the river. Fishing is permitted at the end of the boardwalk, at the river.

Along with the main spring, there are several other smaller springs on the property: Naked Spring has a floating dock and is available for swimming. Johnson Spring is a smaller spring near Aric the Giant, a very large and old cypress tree. It is available for swimming. Little Blue Spring has a floating dock and is available for swimming. Kiefer Spring is another little spring that you will enjoy. It is not permitted to swim in this spring.


Hiking Trails criss-cross throughout the Blue Springs property and offer a quiet getaway to walk and explore nature. You will see flora and fauna in its natural habitat.



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