September 7, 2023
Bowman’s River Landing is tucked among the trees along the Santa Fe River in Fort White, Florida. Located near some of Florida’s most treasured outdoor attractions, this private 12.5-acre campground offers campers exciting recreation during the day and peaceful nights around the campfire. If you’re looking for a beautiful destination far from the distractions of hectic everyday life, Bowman’s is a fantastic choice!
Experience Bowman’s River Landing
Bowman’s is a wonderful escape for families (including pets) and offers full hookup RV sites, primitive tent sites, and rustic cabins. All campsites offer privacy and are either located directly on the Santa Fe River or offer gorgeous views of the river.
The rustic cabins can comfortably accommodate 2- 4 people and include AC/heater, ceiling fans, fire rings, and cozy porches for relaxing and watching wildlife.
All guests have access to BBQ grills, fire pits, WiFi, canoe and kayak rentals, and a brand new clean, spacious bathhouse.
Attractions Near Fort White, Florida
At the campground, visitors can ask Bobby (your host) about his private kayak/canoe tours he offers to the different springs in the area, or they can rent a canoe/kayak and explore on their own. Fishing and swimming are popular at the park, and the stargazing is excellent after enjoying dinner around the campfire.
Bowman’s River Landing is only a few short minutes from Ichetucknee, Ginnie, and Blue Springs. Ichetucknee State Park is 4 miles from the campground and offers great opportunities for floating. The clear waters at Blue Springs State Park (home to the famous Blue Spring) are popular for snorkeling, scuba diving, swimming, and watching manatee. The warm waters at Ginnie Springs are ideal for river tubing, scuba and cave diving, and swimming. Both Ginnie and Blue Springs are 13 miles from Bowman’s River Landing.
Book Your Stay At Bowman’s River Landing
Planning your next Florida camping trip? Don’t miss out on this tranquil campground on the beautiful Santa Fe River! Book your stay today on CampNative.com.