Florida Caverns State Park
Cool air, the sound of dripping water, a visual array of mystifying stalactites, stalagmites, flowstones and draperies. This is what greets visitors when they explore the otherworldly depths of Florida Caverns.
Located next to the Chipola River and Blue Hole Spring, after emerging from the limestone caverns, a park visitor can take in boating, fishing or a hike. These attractions and more await visitors at Florida Caverns State Park.
Florida Caverns State Park has a very large swiming area that is with in walking distance from the campground. Why not come and discover the adventure of visiting one of Florida’s premier State Parks. With so much to see and do, Florida Caverns has something for the entire family. Whether it’s touring our amazing underground caverns or an exciting canoe trip up the Chipola River, discovering your own adventure is just minutes away. If you’re really looking for something new and exciting, call for a Friday or Saturday night reservation on one of our lantern tours of the cave. Your guide portrays a Civilian Conservation Corps worker from 1940 when the park was first being developed. Tours can be reserved by calling (850) 482 - 9599 No matter what your interest: Canoeing, swimming, camping, fishing, hiking, or cave tours, Florida Caverns State Park and its staff welcome you to come and experience your adventure.
• Camping Equestrian
• Camping, Primitive Group
• Horseback Riding
• Walking and Running