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A manatee floating through the water in Florida



Florida has the largest collection of natural springs on Earth, with over 700 crystal clear pools of water to explore. When the weather warms up and the days get hotter, pack up your car and cool off in these natural springs, which never exceed a refreshing 72 degrees. Be adventurous this summer – get outside and explore Florida’s hidden gems.

Weeki Wachee

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city, and step into a majestic retreat at Weeki Wachee. Let the mermaids’ aquatic dances dazzle you as you watch from the water’s edge. Take a dip into the shimmering springs and unwind from reality. And if you’re seeking thrills, dive into the freshwater caves.

Rainbow Springs

Rainbow Springs packs a powerful history – it was once believed to have magical healing powers running through its waters. Rejuvenate your mind, body, and soul as you soak in the sapphire springs. If you’re looking for an active adventure, check out the well-known hiking trails, featuring stunning waterfalls and natural gardens. Don’t forget to pack a tent to make a weekend getaway out of this blissful oasis.

Three Sisters Springs

If you’re searching for a spot to spend the day on your boat, Three Sisters Springs is the place to go. Only accessible by boat, these hidden springs, donned the “water lover’s paradise,” will be sure to wow you. Gaze at the astonishing manatees as they glide through the water. And if you’ve always wanted to swim with these gentle creatures, Three Sisters Springs is one of few places where it’s possible.

Want to see what else Florida has to offer? Check out the Canopy at Citrus Park blog for more to explore.


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