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BLUE SPRING STATE PARK
Orange City, Florida Cabins, Full Camping, Canoeing, Concessions, Fishing, Nature Trails, Picnicking, Primitive Camping, Scuba Diving, Snorkling, Swimming, and Wildlife Viewing
WAKULLA SPRINGS STATE PARK
Wakulla Springs, Florida
Lodge, Concessions, Guided Tours, Nature Trails, Picnicking, Swimming, and Wildlife Viewing
FANNING SPRINGS STATE PARK
Fanning Springs, Florida
Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Nature Trails, Picnicking, Scuba, and Swimming
Fanning Spring is one of Florida’s 27 first magnitude springs, releasing approximately 50 million gallons of water per day. The water has a constant temperature of approximately 72 degrees. This is also the average yearly air temperature for this area.
WEKIWA SPRINGS STATE PARK
Bicycling, Full Camping, Primitive Camping, Youth Camping, Canoeing, Concessions, Fishing, Horse Trails, Nature Trails, Picnicking, Swimming, and Wildlife Viewing
Wekiwa Springs State Park comprises approximately 8,000 acres of wild scenery that offers an opportunity to see how areas of central Florida looked when the Timucuan Indians speared fish in the spring-fed creeks and stalked the uplands.
MANATEE SPRINGS STATE PARK
Bicycling, Full Camping, Youth Camping, Canoeing, Concessions, Interpretive Center, Nature Trails, Picnicking, Scuba Diving, Snorkling, Swimming, and Wildlife Viewing
Located on the bank of the historic Suwannee River, Manatee Springs State Park is one of Florida's premier parks. Manatee Spring is a first magnitude spring pumping as much as 117 million gallons of crystal clear water into the Suwannee River daily.
PONCE DE LEON SPRINGS STATE PARK
Ponce de Leon, Florida
Fishing, Nature Trail, Picnicking, and Swimming
RAINBOW SPRINGS STATE PARK
Full Camping, Canoeing, Nature Trails, Picnicking, RV Camping, and Swimming
The Rainbow River, from which the park derives its name, begins at the park from numerous spring vents that issue an average of 500 million gallons of pure crystalline water every day. The looking glass waters of Rainbow Springs come from several vents, not one large bubbling spring. The park is a popular destination to swim, snorkel, canoe, picnic, or stroll on the walking paths to enjoy the many plants and animals that abound here.