A native garden, which is a special attraction to butterflies and hummingbirds, lies behind the cultural gardens.
A nature trail winds back behind the gardens through natural oak hammock and sandhill communities.
The walkways are a mixture of brick, concrete and asphalt surfaces.
While historically unique and offering great views of both river and gardens, the pathways were constructed prior to ADA guidelines and are steep and uneven in places.
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Amenities include a recreation hall, showers and restrooms, laundry and playground.
There is no food available at our tubing entrance or campground.
With four pavilions at the headsprings available to reserve, Rainbow Springs is an excellent location for a family reunion.
Immerse yourself in the Real Florida as you paddle through moss-draped cypress trees, river otters, wading birds and numerous other sights and sounds along the crystal clear water way.
Daily canoe and kayak rentals are available within the park from our concessionaire, Nature Quest. Visitors are encouraged to review recreational rules and guidelines before proceeding.