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Rainbow Springs State Park, Dunnellon

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  • We were driving by on a Sat morning around 11 and wanted to go to the tubing park. The line of cars at that time was crazy. The nice ranger said no more room but try the Rainbow Park down the road. We...  more »
  • Absolutely loved the tubing. No need to worry about the alligators we were petrified but did not see one and it is not to be a concern. The water is very refreshing. Lots of birds if you are a birdwat...  more »
  • This is a great spot to hang out, picnic, take a dip in the springs, snorkel, kayak or even stand up paddleboard. It's only a $2 entry fee so you can't beat the price. The water is a cool 72 degrees y...  more »
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  • The 2 hour tube ride down the river is fun and relaxing. The recent price hike and way things are being handled, however, were quite disappointing. As of May 2017, it costs $5 just for entrance/parking, a new fee that is processed at a guardhouse near the entrance that leaves traffic backed up all the way out onto 484. The cost to tube down the river has also increased to $15 per person, regardless of group size or bringing your own tube. Overall, it's still a relaxing, enjoyable experience, but if you've been here before, be aware that things have changed this year.
  • You can not pay your entrance fee with anything over a $20 and it's a nice walk back to the car so be prepared. Customer service doesn't exist here. Park itself is beautiful. We didn't bother to go get change and return. Went to KP Hole instead.
  • Not really a place for kids. Teenagers yes but not younger kids or anyone just looking to wade or relax. You can only take a noodle and there is nowhere that is less than at least 6 feet deep. Tables are a hike away from the actual swimming area. Don't plan on going back.
  • Beautiful park and head spring! Very popular place. People come from all over the south to visit this park. If you want to avoid crowds and crave solitude, then avoid this spring. Holiday weekends such as Memorial Day and Labor Day are unbelievably crowded.
  • This spring is incredible amazing, been here couple of times already. Besides their turquoise eye spring, their kayaking activity is great. Their price is reasonable $30 for 2 long and exhausting hrs and each additional hr is only $15. They provide you with all the gear to be safe. Try it out, you wont regret it .... approved by KGWanderlust