- Manatees in a Florida spring
- Mermaids in a spring
- A cavernous pit in a spring
- Yoga enthusiasts in a spring
- Kayaking in a spring
- Gators in a spring
Florida probably has the most fresh water springs in the world, over 1,000 springs that range in size. While not all are open to the public there are about over 50 that are. Each have their own unique characteristics. The most popular Florida springs are: Ginnie Springs, Weeki Wachee Springs State Park, Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park, Ichetucknee Springs State Park, Silver Springs State Park, Blue Spring State Park, Fanning Springs State Park…
Below you’ll find a few interesting things at Florida Springs.
Manatees in a Florida spring
Manatees may have been mistaken as mermaids by sailors during the fifteen century, but now they are lovingly idolized as lovable slow moving sea cows. If you are lucky enough to stumble on these loving water bovines when visiting a spring, possibly Manatee Springs State Park, don’t kiss it because its just an animal.
Mermaids in a spring
Mermaids are everywhere in Florida waters, especially in Florida springs. They will come upon out of nowhere to fascinate your senses and tear a good gap into your reality. To see more of these water-bourne lovelies, please visit Weeki Wachee Springs State Park – you’ll see a bunch of mermaids dancing for you.
A cavernous pit in a spring
Tucked away and reserved for snorkelers and experienced scuba divers is Florida’s, well suited attraction, the Devil’s Den spring. The den is noted as North America’s most prehistoric places. Enjoy!
Yoga enthusiasts in a spring
Springs naturally are a calming setting. There isn’t the noise from a busy street or congested downtown. There is literally just nature, water and animals. A perfect setting to find yourself and to practice a healing and strengthening modality like Yoga. Springs are one of the coolest places to do Yoga!
Kayaking in a spring
Kayaking is a fun activity. Kayaking can be done on a lake, sea, and where it’s pretty cool to explore, in a spring! Kayaks are readily available for rent in many Florida springs, especially springs like: Silver Springs State Park.
Gators in a spring
Yes, you may stumble on a prehistoric beast like a gator when visiting a spring. Don’t fret though, just don’t get near them…and if there are gator babies around, leave them alone! You don’t want your visit at a spring to be chewed up…