With its pristine waters and serene setting, Rainbow River is ideal for cooling off on a hot summer day. The water is a refreshing 72 degrees year-round. So put on your swimsuit, and enjoy an invigorating swim.
Rainbow Springs State Park is a nature lover’s paradise. The trails span an impressive 2.5 miles along the Rainbow River, offering picturesque views of sandhill communities, temperate hardwood hammocks, oaks, azaleas, the river, and the phosphate pits.
Rainbow Springs State Park is an excellent spot for picnics, and you’ll love spending time in its many picnic areas. Enjoy your meal in the shade of ancient oaks as you take in river views, or enjoy each other’s company with good food and conversation.
If you want to immerse yourself in nature, there’s no better way than camping at Rainbow Springs State Park. The park has over 50 campsites, each with running water, electric hookups, and sewerage disposal. You can stay at the campground in a tent or your RV or rent one of the park’s cabins.