Silver Springs State Park is open seven days a week. Glass Bottom Boat tours and Paddling Adventures canoe and kayak rentals are operating. Federal law now requires all passengers and crew to wear facemasks on Glass Bottom Boat tours. Please note we are not yet offering shuttle service from Ray Wayside Park.
We are taking precautions to help ensure your safe visit, but we need your help. Please observe social distancing guidelines at all times during your visit to the park, and face masks are encouraged (required on Glass Bottom Boat tours). Remember, we’re in this together!
Located beneath shady oaks and beautiful pine trees, Silver Springs’ vacation cabins accommodate up to six people.
Each cabin has a full dining area, two bedrooms, one bath, stove, refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, gas fireplace (October 1 to April 30), central cooling and heating and a large screened porch.
Fifty-nine spacious sites in two campground loops easily accommodate even large camping units, with a maximum recreational vehicle length of 50 feet. Tent campers are welcome as well. Each site offers water and electric hook-up, as well as a fire ring, barbecue grill and picnic table.
The primitive group camping area, set amid shady oaks, is for organized groups only, with preference given to youth groups. The area includes picnic tables and fire rings at each site.
Non-potable water is available and there are no shower facilities.
For more information and to make a group reservation for primitive camping, please call the Ranger Station at (352) 236-7148.shady oaks
NOTE: Silver Spring State Park’s Campground is managed by Florida State Parks. Please direct inquiries to the Silver Springs State Park Ranger Station at (352) 236-7148, or simply click here to be directed to the campground’s online booking site.