The sites aren't so much in the trees as the trees are all over the sites. Some trees are vertical, many are horizontal, and many even have roots well above the soil.
There is a natural spring inside the campground, out of which flows woodland creek. Several wooden bridges allow campers to meander to and fro.
Now do you know where Silver Springs gets its name?
Henry C. Allen, a conferate soldier, disillusioned by the events of the Civil War, moved west and died in this spot in 1896. His family granted his wish of remaining buried in the forest. His gravesite exists in the Park to this day, maintained by local volunteers.