Take a trip to Florida's Caverns, where tourists have been exploring since the 1930s! Not only are there spectacular caves at this park, but there is also the Blue Hole Spring and the Chipola River providing ample amounts of fun for all. You'll find this park in the Florida Panhandle, located not far from the city of Marianna.
There are 33 campsites situated in a loop at Florida Caverns State Park. These sites range from tent-only to full hookup RV lots, and all sites cost $20 a night. Paved sites that are wheelchair-accessible are also provided so that all can enjoy this state park. Firewood is available on-site, as are water faucets, water fountains, a dump station, and a recycling center. There's no need to cook every meal as a concession stand and a restaurant are located right in the facility for easy eats.
Tours of the caves are obviously a major draw to Florida Caverns. These tours are lead by a guide and are offered to no more than 25 people at a time, so book ahead if you plan on visiting with a group! After you're done exploring through the limestone caverns, head above ground to experience the beauty of the Blue Hole Spring. Manatees seek shelter her during the winter months, so depending on when you visit, you may get to see one of these incredible creatures. There are also numerous trails that wind through the forest -- perfect for hiking on with your pupper!
Fur-babies are permitted in the park as long as they are kept on-leash throughout their stay. All sites are pup-friendly, but pay attention to signs showing which parts of the park dogs should not enter. As always, do your part to advocate for pooches by cleaning up all of your woofer's bathroom breaks and disposing of them properly.
For any that want to see a different side -- the underside -- of Florida, head to Florida Caverns State Park for a geological adventure!