Owned and operated by Alachua County, this Outstanding Florida Spring is the largest spring in the county, but its shallow waters make it exceptionally kid-friendly. Visitors can enjoy fishing, canoeing, kayaking, tubing, and swimming at the park, as well as hiking along the nature trails. While scuba diving is not allowed, there is a small underwater cave popular for snorkelers.
28800 NW 182nd Avenue
High Springs, FL 32643