Fall is here and you're planning out your road trip destinations! Undoubtedly, one of the best ways to relax after a long drive is to take a dip at one of Florida's clearest springs.\nSo no matter if your final destination leads to a beach or a city, whether you are looking for a paddleboard experience or just the perfect underwater shot, here are the seven best natural springs in Florida to make your summer spectacular.\nMineral Springs Park\nPrice: $20 and $15 for Sarasota County residents\nAddress: 12200 San Servando Ave North Port, FL 34287\nWhy you need to go: It's the only warm mineral springs in Florida with a cozy temperature of 85 degrees year round. This spring also has lots of minerals to rejuvenate the skin.\nView this post on Instagram It took everything for me to not post the looking up/laughing version of this pic 📸 @mollyshepp #NaturalSpring #MineralzzzB #GetOffThePlaneGoStraightToANaturalSpring #2for2 A post shared by Hannaaaa 🎀👑💅🏼💕 (@hanornah) on Apr 5, 2019 at 6:11pm PDT\nWebsite\nRoyal Springs Park\nPrice: Free!\nAddress: 198th Trail 15762 O'Brien, FL 32071\nWhy you need to go: The turquoise water spring is hidden in a public park and it has a 10 ft tall diving board to jump. It is one of the clearest springs in Florida.\nView this post on Instagram ᴅᴀʀʟɪɴ' ɪᴛ's ʙᴇᴛᴛᴇʀ, ᴅᴏᴡɴ ᴡʜᴇʀᴇ ɪᴛ's ᴡᴇᴛᴛᴇʀ 🐳 #RoyalSprings #SuwanneeRiver #FL #GoPro #justkeepswimming #justpassingthrough A post shared by MELISSA (@thisgirlmel) on Jul 22, 2015 at 8:49am PDT\nWebsite\nGilchrist Blue\nPrice: $4-$6 per vehicle\nAddress: 7450 NE 60th St High Springs FL 32643\nWhy you need to go: This is one of the freshest and bluest springs in Florida. It's excellent for kayaking or paddleboarding under the canopy of trees.\nView this post on Instagram #nature #naturephotography #photoshoot #photography #landscape #landscapephotography #naturelovers #hiking #hikingadventures #canon #canonusa #canonfanphoto #canonrebelt6 #canonphotography #teamcanon #loveyourstate #outdoors #adventure #adventuretime #wander #wanderlust #travel #flstateparks #gilchristbluesprings #outofoffice #goneadventuring A post shared by Ashley Suarez (@ashby2332) on Jan 28, 2019 at 2:52am PST\nWebsite\nAlexander Springs Recreational Area\nPrice: $5.50 per person\nAddress: 49525 County Road 445 Altoona, Fl 32702\nWhy you need to go: It's the best spring for underwater shots as it is considered the clearest one in Florida.\nView this post on Instagram decided to take a dive in different waters today A post shared by ROCKY (@raquelmasonn) on Jun 5, 2019 at 12:51pm PDT\nWebsite\nThe Econfina Creek\nPrice: Free!\nAddress: off of SR20 on North Blue Springs Road, Youngstown\nWhy you need to go: The water is crystal clear and is an excellent spot to paddleboard. Also, there are several trails surrounding the spring.\nView this post on Instagram Just chasin dreams and fulfilling my itch to be somewhere I've never been. Explorer & such A post shared by Nomi Pratt 💛 Youtuber (@nomipratt) on Jul 11, 2017 at 4:11pm PDT\nWebsite\nFlorida Caverns State Park\nPrice: $4 per single guest vehicle, $5 per 2-8 person vehicle, and $2 for those coming by foot or bicycle.\nAddress: 3345 Caverns Rd Marianna, FL 32446\nWhy you need to go: The water has a clear shade of blue and its surrounded with lots of trees. Also, you can visit the only air-filled cavern located in the park.\nView this post on Instagram The blue hole💙👀 A post shared by Elizabeth S Smith (@sommersmith_) on Jul 8, 2018 at 5:47pm PDT\nWebsite\nGinnie Springs\nPrice: $14.02\nAddress: 7300 Ginnie Springs Road, High Springs, FL 32643\nWhy you need to go: The water has a turquoise shade and you can see all the rocks at the bottoms. Definitely one of the clearest springs.\nView this post on Instagram Happy #FirstDayofSummer! Thankfully we get to enjoy the Florida sunshine year-round! 😎☀️🌴 A post shared by UF Admissions (@ufadmissions) on Jun 21, 2019 at 8:09am PDT\nWebsite\nWe suggest you always carry a bathing suit with you because you never know where the road might just take you.\nDisclaimer: We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit a potentially hazardous location, you check for the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.