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A popular swimming hole on the Suwannee River with its sandy bottom slope from shallow water out to deeper water.
Recreational activities include camping, picnicking, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, fishing, bird watching, wildlife viewing and hiking.
Outdoor adventures at Celestial Farms - Volleyball, Frisbe Golf, Warrior Ninja obstacle course, Zipline, Archery, and kick ball.
Outdoor activities including: Hiking, Camping, Swimming, Fishing, and Biking.
Home of one of the largest and deepest freshwater springs in the world.
A heated pool located at the Atlantic Recreation Center (not far from Main Beach Park and the entrance to Fort Clinch).
Seven crystal-clear, freshwater springs nestled in over 200 wooded acres along the banks of the Santa Fe River in Florida.
Features a beautiful beach, waterfront campsites, swimming, fishing, picnic shelters, and bird observation area.
Tubing down the river is the premier activity in the area. Visitors can enjoy picnicking, snorkeling, canoeing, swimming, hiking, and wildlife viewing.
JaxParks has 1 indoor pool (Cecil Aquatic Center) and 33 outdoor pools throughout Jacksonville.
The park has a full–facility campground, a youth/group tent campground, beachside picnic pavilions, fishing and 5 miles of white, sandy beaches.
Popular for snorkeling and scuba diving, the headwaters of the spring are also a great spot for swimming.
Fun zone with putt putt, playground, and a pool.
Otter Springs, is a second magnitude natural spring with an average temperature of 73 degrees daily.
Picnicking, swimming, restroom, mobility, fishing, tube launch, canoe launch, canoeing, hiking and wildlife viewing.
Rainbow Springs is Florida’s fourth largest spring.
The main attraction is the ancient subterranean springs which flow year-round at a constant temperature of 72 degrees which has been said is the legendary “Fountain of Youth”.
“Silver Springs State Park combines the charm of a historic Florida attraction with the crystal clear beauty of one of the last uninhabited spring runs in the state.”
From horseshoes to hiking - camping to canoeing - basketball to boating…and more!