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Best Springs to Visit in Florida 2022

Florida is well-known for its water-related activities, beautiful beaches and the Everglades. What many don’t know is that the state is also home to almost 700 natural freshwater springs, many of which also have underwater caves where individuals can go snorkeling.

Three Sisters Springs

Located in Crystal River, the site features pristine water and the opportunity to view manatees. The only way to access the springs is by canoe, kayak or paddleboard.

Madison Blue Spring State Park

The spring’s waters are crystal clear, with a depth of 25 ft. and a width of almost 82 ft. Visitors can swim, dive, or see the underwater caves. A variety of land and aquatic wildlife reside there, including catfish, sunfish and turtles.

Ginnie Springs

Scuba diving, snorkeling, paddleboarding, kayaking and canoeing are just some of the activities that can be enjoyed in the turquoise water. Rafting and tubing are also popular pastimes at the springs.

Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park

The site is actually a combination of nearly 30 individual springs. One of the springs releases 100 cubic ft. of water per second. Visitors will find fresh and saltwater wildlife, including the West Indian manatee, that can be viewed through an underwater observatory. Land animals include black bears, the Florida panther, red wolves and a resident hippo.

Rainbow Springs

The spring has a history going back 10,000 years and maintains a temperature of 72 degrees Fahrenheit year-round. They range in depth from 5 to 18 ft. in depth. The site includes waterfalls, the opportunity to go tubing, camping, snorkeling and scuba diving. A rainbow of blossoms is on display during the spring.

Devil’s Den Spring

Located in a prehistoric cave, the water is a pleasing 72 degrees Fahrenheit year-round. Swimming isn’t allowed and the company that owns it charges an admission fee, but it can be well worth the experience for scuba divers.

Silver Glen Springs

Take a glass bottom boat ride for a view of manatees and a wealth of aquatic wildlife. Visitors can also stop in at the Silver River Museum and Cracker Village that’s a recreation of a 19th century pioneer village.

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