Florida Caverns RV Resort allows easy access to I-10 and is convenient to all the attractions of the historic Marianna district, Florida, and surrounding area.
Eastbound from Pensacola, Florida: Take I-10 East towards Tallahassee leaving I-10 at Exit 142. Turn left from the off ramp. Go north on SR 71 for 1.6 miles, turn left on US 90. Entrance is less than 2 blocks mile on the right.
Westbound from Tallahassee, Florida: Take I-10 West towards Pensacola leaving I-10 at Exit 142. Turn right from the off ramp. Go north on SR 71 for 1.6 miles, turn left on US 90. Entrance is approximately 2 blocks on the right.
Located 6.1 miles down Blue Springs Highway, off of Russ Rd, you can dive with Cave Adventures, in any one of the beautiful springs in Merritt’s Mill Pond. The main spring goes back almost 5,000 feet with thousands more feet of side passages for side mount diving. In order to dive at Jackson Blue Spring, sign in at Cave Adventurers for a daily or consecutive day fee, or enjoy the annual pass offered for the avid cave diver. For more information about equipment rental, training, or hours of operation, please visit http://www.caveadventurers.com/store/local-dives.html.
Travel west 3.8 miles on US-90 and you’ll enjoy the historic district in downtown Marianna. It was designated as a U.S. historic district on May 23, 1997. It’s street boundaries are Davis, Park, Jackson, and Wynn Streets and contains over 180 historic contributing buildings, including the Theopilus West House, the Russ House and Visitor Center, the 1840 House, the Ely-Criglar Mansion, the Hinson House, and many more architectural and antebellum homes. Other historic tours include the Bellamy Bridge Tour, Spanish-Heritage Trail, Ghost Tours, and more. For more information about tours offered, please visit http://visitjacksoncountyfla.com/heritage/historic-tours/.
We are located 6.4 miles from the Florida Caverns, via FL-166 and US-90E. Florida Caverns are the only state park in Florida that offers cave tours to the public. Come visit and tour the beautiful formations of limestone stalactites, stalagmites, soda straws, flowstones, and draperies. Guided tours are offered year-round excluding Thanksgiving and Christmas. Tours are about 45 minutes and are moderately strenuous. You can also fish, boat, and canoe in the Chipola River and Blue Hole Spring, or golf in the nine-hole New Deal-Era golf course. Contact the Florida Caverns Golf Course at 850-526-1148 for additional information. Visit https://www.floridastateparks.org/park/Florida-Caverns for more information about the state park.
Blue Spring Recreational Area
Visit the Blue Spring Recreational Area just 6.8 miles via SR-71 and Blue Springs Rd. Blue Springs is open on weekends only from Memorial Day until Labor Day. Jackson Blue Spring is a First Magnitude Spring of Florida and supplies water to the 202-acre Merritt’s Mill Pond. For forty years this main spring has offered a recreation area with swimming, picnicking, and limited Scuba training and cave exploration. The recently revamped area has clear and briskly cool water perfect for those scorching hot days, a volleyball court, playground, benches, beach for sunbathing, boat docks, and pavilions for rent. Visit http://www.jacksoncountyfl.net/parks-and-recycling/blue-springs for more information.