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Visit a Spring

Visit a Spring

Canoeists visit Devil's Eye spring, one of several springs along the Ichetucknee River.

Springs offer visitors unsurpassed locations to swim, snorkel, scuba dive, and observe wildlife. Learn about the wealth of recreational opportunities available at springs and how you can develop your own special relationship with nature's gems.

Find a Florida Spring

Springs Locator Map

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The map includes the major, publicly accessible springs in State, County, Federal and Private parks and recreation areas. Locate a spring near you or to plan a roadtrip to visit several springs.

Cold Weather Refuge

Visit Blue Springs State Park or Homosassa Springs State Park to see manatees seeking refuge from the cold.


Springs Recreation

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Dive, Swim, Kayak, Explore

Explore by fin, foot or canoe, but brace yourself for the cool 70 degree water.

Best of Springs

Favorites springs for certain activities.

Kayaking: Rainbow Springs, Ichetucknee Springs

Diving: Peacock and Ginnie Springs

Wildlife Watching: Wakulla Spring

Glass Bottom Boats: Silver Springs

Family Fun: Weeki Wachee Spring

Swimming: Jackson Blue, Volusia Blue, Fanning, Ichetucknee, Manatee, Rainbow, Wakulla, Wekiwa, and more.

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