Enjoy this collection of articles, videos and images of visitors’ experiences that have gone to one of the many Florida Springs.
Florida Spring Hub
While the summertime heat in Florida keeps our body temperatures on the rise, nature also provides us with a soothing way to cool down.
Flowing springs with temperatures usually in the low 70s during the summer dot the Central Florida landscape. But they’re certainly more than just nature’s swimming pools. Natives and visitors alike flock to the refreshing waters for canoeing, kayaking, tube floating, manatee watching, scuba diving, snorkeling, picnicking, nature walks and more.
Jump in a boat at Silver Springs, and it’s like entering the Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disney World, except this adventure is the real thing. Blue Spring, Juniper Springs and Alexander Spring offer nature at its finest, with plenty of chances to see the wild creatures that live in and around the waters. And they’re always ready for visitors.
Life’s a beach Florida spring. Sure the beach has the vast ocean, but give me a what seems to be […]
In Keystone Heights and need a day getaway from small town living? Try a Florida Spring. We’ve listed 7 best Florida Springs near Keystone Heights.