As of 2016, things to do close to the Ginnie Springs campground include shopping at Bealls Outlet, birding at Blue Springs Park and River Rise Preserve State Park, visiting the Heritage of the Ancient Ones Traveling Museum/Collection, and kayaking and area touring at Santa Fe Canoe Outpost, all in High Springs, Florida. Heritage of the Ancient Ones features a Native American education center, museum and live reenactments. Santa Fe Canoe Outpost offers activities, day trips and overnight riverside camping.
The Ginnie Springs campground in High Springs, Florida is near several attractions, including the Heritage of the Ancient Ones Traveling Museum/Collection. Museum activities and artifacts provide insight into the early interaction centuries ago between explorers from Spain and the native people in what is now Florida. Interactive portrayals by reenactors bring historically significant events to life.
Santa Fe Canoe Outpost offers shuttle service to and from the Outpost for guests to enjoy activities including day trips by canoe, stand-up paddleboard and kayaking on the scenic Santa Fe River. Overnight camping, group river paddling trips and monthly full moon trips are available. Open daily, the recreational site features outdoor facilities to accommodate group activities, such as bonfire parties and picnics. Guests can swim and snorkel along the freshwater river, and the Santa Fe Canoe Outpost offers supplies including ice and maps.