Salt Springs is a great campground....all the hook-ups (including a built in grey water drain if you don't use the slinky) are very conveniently located. The campsites are grassy with the drive paved and plenty large enough for us little guys even so they are close together. If you need the facilities, they are quite nice. Wi-fi is available at "the barn", but we were close enough in the first 3 aisles to pick it up right in the rig. (ooorah)
What makes Salt Springs so spectacular to us is...the Spring. It's magnificent and the water is a comfy 72 all year. You can swim or not, fish or not, boat or not.
As you can tell we loved it.
It's a gem in the Ocala National Forest and the "old geezer" cards makes it a bargain.
The challenge with Collier-Springs is close enough to Miami that it is slam packed on weekends and holidays. The volunteers (who are great, btw) simply cannot keep up with the keeping the facilities clean. During the week in non-peak times it's quiet with the bath house almost always clean even if it's a bit dirt tracked...the sand there is dark and seems to stick to your shoes awfully. What attracted us was the access to the Everglades...the 'Glades are really something special and it made it worth it for us to tolerate the weekend noise and mess.
We also loved Manatee Springs. The access to seeing the Manatees up close was awesome (they are in residence from October thru early April)...you are even allowed to swim in the spring pond and there's scuba diving allowed in the Catfish Hotel Sink that accesses a 5 mile crystal clear cave system (that last from a diver...we're don't scuba
We've discovered Florida and can't wait to keep exploring.