Florida's 9 sources worth visiting this summer
With the arrival of summer, Florida residents are looking for cool places in this hot state to relax their body and mind. There are many ways and places to plunge and swim away from the heat - in the pools, on the beaches and in the water parks. But if you want to avoid crowded beaches and seasonal tourists, we recommend visiting the best sources of Florida with natural and crystal clear water, which are located in national parks throughout the state.
We like the fact that in many natural sources of Florida fresh water flows at a temperature of 22 degrees; there you can also fish, walk along mountain paths, go canoeing, swim underwater with an aqualung and, most importantly, hide in the shade of palm trees. So it's time to leave your pool and head to the natural source of fresh water. If you can not decide which one, we offer you a list of the best.
Florida's fourth largest source, Rainbow Springs, is located in Danlon, Florida. Rainbow Springs - one of the most beautiful sources of Florida, with crystal clear water and waterfalls throughout the park.
Blue Springs covers an area of more than 1000 hectares. It is ideal for swimming, snorkeling and snorkeling, and even for certified scuba divers. Since the source is located right on the St. Johns River, you can also enjoy canoeing, fishing and boating.
Wekiwa Springs is located directly on the headwaters of the Uekiva River, a tributary of the St. Johns River. Just an hour from Orlando, Wekiwa Springs is an ideal place for sunbathing, swimming at the spring, mountain paths, kayaking and even horse riding.
In Marion County is one of the largest artesian springs on the planet - Silver Springs. The source, from which 1,89 flows a million tons of water a day, received the status of a National Natural Monument in 1971.
Juniper Springs is located between Ocala and Ormond Beach. Juniper Springs was built by the 1930's Civil Protection Corps. In the park - many trails and campgrounds, located in the shade of oaks and palm trees.
National Park Troy spring
Troy Spring National Park is located near Brenford, Florida, and has a fresh water source that flows into the Swanni River. In the park you can walk along the paths, swim, including a snorkel, and even watch the remains under water. Madison - sunken ship of the Civil War!
Salt Springs, part of the Ocala State Reserve, is another treasure among Florida sources. The name comes from its water, which contains salts of potassium, magnesium and sodium, due to which its mineralization is higher than in other natural sources.
National Park De Leon Springs
De Leon Springs State Park is named after Ponce de Leon, who, according to legend, visited this source. In the park, spread out on 253 hectares, there is also an ancient sugar factory (now a restaurant) and a source from which 72 000 flows X tons of 22-degree water per day!
Rest zone Alexander Springs
Alexander Springs is a crystal clear oasis of turquoise water in which to spend hot summer days perfectly. Within the park, its visitors can fish, swim, canoe, and even scuba, since this is the only source in the Ocala State Reserve where scuba diving is allowed.
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