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Best parks in Rainbow River

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“The crystal clear head spring is a great spot for swimming and the trail around the park is a calming walk through nature with waterfalls. For only $2 per person, you can come all day, swim, picnic, grill, relax or rent kayaks.”
  • 6 locals recommend
Park
“Access to Rainbow River. Boat launch is perfect if you have two cars - leave one car at Blue Run of Dunnellon Park and float down stream from K.P. Hole Park. Park entrance is $5 per person. Enjoy swimming or snorkeling. They also rent canoes, kayaks, paddleboards, and offer return shuttle service.”
  • 7 locals recommend
Park
“Easy launch and parking for Kayaks, Canoes and Tubing. Shuttle for Tubers.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Park
“ Beautiful Jewel our Rainbow River Head Springs Park Shady paved, bricked and natural walk ways, grassy areas for sunbathing, napping and or play, covered pavilions and grills, butterfly gardens, man-made waterfalls, swimming area, canoe and kayak rentals, and gift shop, snack bar, and bathroom facilities, ample parking. Entrance fee $2.00 per person. Open till Sunset”
  • 5 locals recommend
Park
“Crystal Clear Springs - travel by Intertube down the River and Eat the one of many bars and restaurants at the end. All Day trip”
  • 3 locals recommend
Campground
“Be sure to take a compass and phone with you. The trails are not marked well. If you walk the right way you can find where the orange farm used to be. Some of the trees still produce good sweet oranges. Pack your lunch and water. There is none in the park.”
  • 1 local recommends
Park
“Bike path from our facility crosses the Withlachooche River and leads to this Trail head. Excellent run for family biking adventure.”
  • 2 locals recommend
State / Provincial Park
“Perfect family outing space for outdoor activities. Swimming, Kayaking and outdoor barbecue with covered eating area and restroom facilities. Waterfalls and walking trail for nature adventure. Quite pleasant spot and great for kids. Parking is excellent and RV space also available.”
  • 1 local recommends
Trail
“The Pruitt Trailhead is part of the Halpata Tastanaki Preserve, but is very different in character. The parking lot serves both but the Peserve gate is a half mile South of the parking lot. The parking lot park has tables and benches, a toilet, and lots of nice trees for shade. Now the Sabel Trail pipeline is just North of the parking lot. From the gate it is 0.3 miles down the trail to the Pipeline crossing, 0.5 miles to very sandy spots, 0.7 miles to the Pruitt sign, and 1.3 miles to a better Limerock road. Also at this point, other trails junction off that are for Mountain Biking, Hiking, and Horses. All this is part of the Cross Florida Greenway. You can hike or bike along side of the three canals that were to be part of the waterway or go up and down the mounds . About 2.8 miles down the trail from the start, you will get to a “T”. Go right for another 0.4 miles to a Pavilion with benches and tables. Another 2.8 miles will get you to Hwy 200. There is no drinking water available any where, so plan accordingly. I have never seen this trail crowded and the forest and grasslands are nice.”
  • 1 local recommends