We are dedicated to providing a fun and safe environment for our guests. That’s why we are taking steps to enhance security at Ginnie Springs. Read more here.


Ginnie Springs Rules & Policies

IMPORTANT: Ginnie Springs is private property. Failure to abide by these rules may, at the discretion of Ginnie Springs personnel, result in expulsion without refund. Persons failing to pay entrance or camping fees, who re-enter the property after expulsion, or who refuse to leave when asked, will be considered trespassers and subject to arrest.

Starting January 1, 2024, Ginnie Springs will become a golf cart-only park (no UTVs or side-by-sides). For more information, click here!


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Guests are required to follow ALL Florida State Laws. 
All campers must be 18 years old to camp without being accompanied by their parent or legal guardian.  Proof of legal guardianship required. Government issued ID required. 
Children 15 and under are required to have adult supervision at all times.
No pets allowed. 
No DJ equipment or performers permitted.
No commercial filming or vendors without prior written permission. 
Divers must register prior to diving. 
Swim at your own risk. No lifeguards on duty. 
No camping in common areas surrounding springs. 
No glass in common areas or river. 
No running extension cords from power sources (pavilions, bathhouses, etc.) to primitive campsites. Water and electric campsite reservations are available on our website. 
No fishing in the springs or spring runs. 
No diving or jumping from decks, banks, or trees. 
“Quiet Hours” – 12:00AM until 8:00AM, no excessive noise at any time. 
No foul or abusive language, excessive noise, fighting or any other behavior that may be considered by park staff to be offensive or inappropriate (this includes signage and sexually explicit items). 
Underage alcohol consumption is prohibited. 
No excessive alcohol consumption. 
No beer bongs or beer funnels. Beer kegs are not permitted without prior written approval. 
Campsites must be kept clean and orderly at all times. Trash bags are available upon request. 
Do not cut, burn or nail anything to trees or vegetation. 
Do not hang lanterns directly on trees or vegetation. 
Drivers must be at least 16 years old and have a valid drivers license to operate motorized vehicles .
You may be asked to park your vehicle at any time. 
Registered motorcycles are allowed in the park as long as they have current insurance, displayed current tag, and full lighting (proof of insurance may be requested). Class 1 & 2 pedal E-Bikes are allowed.
No riding on exteriors of vehicles. 
10 MPH speed limit must be observed throughout the property. 
  • The following items are never permitted:
  • Pets
  • Jet skis
  • Rope swings
  • Chain saws
  • Drones
  • Metal detectors
  • Air horns
  • Generators deemed excessively loud by park staff
  • Personal compressors, surface supplied or “umbilical” diving equipment
  • Dirt bikes, 4-wheelers, scooters and go carts
  • ATV’s, UTV’s, and side-by-sides
  • Fire spinning
  • Fireworks
  • Firearms
  • BB and paintball guns
  • Bows and arrows
  • Water balloons
  • DJ equipment


There are inherent risks involved in outdoor activities; risks which may not be visible or foreseeable, including dangerous, unpredictable and changeable weather, lightning, thunder, bee hives, falling limbs and trees, shallow waters, rocks, hard fallen timber, snakes and other wild animals as well as other natural hazards and dangers. Consumption of alcohol may impair your judgment and reduce your ability to effectively manage the risks of swimming, camping and other water and land activities.

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Pet Policy

Ginnie Springs Outdoors has a strict no pet policy.

Service Animals

Guests with service animals are welcome. Service animals are “dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks with people with disabilities,” according to the Revised Americans with Disabilities Act Service Animal Requirements.
Service animals in a working capacity are allowed in all public areas of the park when accompanied by a visitor with a disability; and,
Under the ADA , service animals must be harnessed, leashed or tethered, unless these devices interfere with the service animal’s work or the individual’s disability prevents using these devices. In that case, the individual must maintain control of the animal through voice, signal, or other effective controls.
Service animals are working animals, not pets. The work or a task a dog has been trained to provide must be directly related to the person’s disability.
It is now a second-degree misdemeanor in Florida to misrepresent an animal as a service animal. Misdemeanors of the second degree in Florida can result in a jail term of up to 60 days and a fine up to $500.
Service animals can use any outdoor area for relief as long as the owner picks up after the animal and properly disposes it.
ADA regulations have separate provisions about miniature horses that have been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. Click here to read more.
If you are bringing a service animal to Ginnie Springs, we ask that you let a staff member know that you have a service animal upon check-in.
If the service animal’s behavior is out of control and the owner does not take effective action to control it, he or she will be asked to remove the animal from the premises.

Comfort and Emotional Support Animals

Ginnie Springs Outdoors has the right to turn away comfort or emotional support animals.  We ask that you do not bring these animals to the park.
Dogs whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support do not qualify as service animals under ADA service animal guidelines.