As Summer approaches, we’re all getting ready to plan some vacations. Whether you’re deciding to go to Milan, Paris or Ibiza we always have you covered. However, as I am in Florida and looking to take a little road trip I did some research and made a list of the top 5 Florida springs that are on my Summer bucket list.
So, if you’re planning on making a trip to Florida this summer, or are from Florida (like me) and are looking to go on a little adventure, here are some ideas. Usually when I go home in the summer I tend to get a flight anywhere else, but I’ve never really ventured through Florida and seen all the pretty spots we have right here. These are all the top 5 Florida springs on my bucket list.
Have you been to any of these springs? Which were your favorite? Scroll down to the comments..
Weeki Wachee springs is an enchanted place where you can see live mermaids, take a trip on a river boat cruise, learn about Florida wildlife, and swim in the Buccaneer Bay. You can also rent a paddle boat and go down to the Weeki Wachee river.
This state park has trails that will lead you around deep sinkholes, walks through the forest, and a spring with extremely clear water. The hue of the spring is actually from microscopic limestone particles in the water.
Wakulla Springs is known for having one of the largest and deepest freshwater springs in the world. There are daily guided riverboat tours as well as glass boat tours where you can see the clear water up to 75 feet.
This is considered one of Florida’s top cave dives and is a hundred-foot spring that allows for non-diving fun as well.
This is definitely a place that has been on my bucket list for a while. It’s a prehistoric spring good for snorkeling and diving. They even have cabins and parks to stay the night.
Have you been to any of these? Let me know in the comments!