Visitors can take a dip in this first magnitude spring, walk across the natural limestone bridge that crosses the spring run flowing into the Suwannee River or picnic under the oaks with their swaying Spanish moss. Fish or canoe on the Suwannee River or stay in one of the park's rental cabins, which stand on stilts high above the spring. Bicycling, hiking and wildlife viewing are favorite pastimes for visitors. The picnic area has tables, grills and two pavilions, which are popular for family reunions and parties. Walk-in tent camping in the full-service campground is available to visitors and also serves as a river camp for travelers along the Suwannee River Wilderness Trail.

If you want to visit the real Florida this is one of the places to do so. Only got a cabin for the night but had time for a short hike and a dip in the springs. Definitely will return to do the trail and some kayaking

Camped at Suwanee River Rendezvous and had them drop us off at Lafayette Blue State Park with our kayaks and spent the day traveling the river back down stopping and enjoying all of the springs along the way. There were hardly anyone on the river and only a couple people at each of the springs we stopped at. Really met some nice people and had a great time.