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Camping Blue Springs State Park in Alabama

It is the beautiful crystal clear underground spring that is the center of attention for individuals who travel to this beautiful park. Guests agree that the beautiful crystal clear spring is always perfect for both swimming and relaxing. Individuals who are in possession of a fishing license are encouraged to come fish at the small pond. The small pond at Blue Springs State Park is packed full of catfish and bream.

Camping at Blue Springs State Park

Blue Springs State Park offers their guests over 50 modern day campsites. These campsites have water hookup, 30 amps of electricity, sewage hookups (at 7 sites), picnic tables, a grill, back in sites, pull through sites, and a comfortable shower station. The park does a great job of making camping a wonderful and relaxing experience.

Amenities at Blue Springs State Park

If you do not have your own camper, this park does offer camper rentals. They also have a fishing area, a picnic area, and a swimming area. For the convenience of the guest, wireless Internet is available near the Park Office area.

Things To Do at Blue Spring State Park

Swimming, fishing, camping, and eating are what most people come to the Blue Springs State Park to do. There park is very beautiful, so a lot of people will also take a trip there to unwind and heal. The natural spring that the park offers pumps approximately 3,600 gallons of water every minute. The crystal clear spring actually retains a temperature of 68 degrees year round. It also has a sand bottom and individuals are allowed to swim. The park does ask that you be careful and keep an eye on your children when swimming because there is no lifeguard.

Blue Springs State Park
2595 Hwy. 10
Clio, AL 36017
Phone: 334-397-4875
Fax: 334-397-4875
Email: [email protected]

Blue Springs State Park Hours
7AM to sundown

Adults (Weekdays): $2
Adults (Weekends): $3
Child (6 years -11 years old): $1
Child (5 and Under): Free
Seniors (age 62 and older) and Disabled Citizens: $1

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