Ahhh The Sunshine State, a treasure trove of tropical vibes, beachy views, and hidden gems waiting to be uncovered. And while the state is mostly flat, you can still find some pretty gorgeous waterfalls tucked away in places you may least expect them. At Florida's Rainbow Springs State Park, you can do just that if you know where to look.\nRainbow Springs is a gorgeous little spot in Dunnellon Florida. Best known for its head spring, this crystal clear oasis offers a plethora of fun for nature lovers.\nAside from being able to swim here for a mere $2, nature trails will wind you through some stunning and serene views. Everyone needs a little escape from the hustle of the city and every now and then, after all.\nEditor's Choice: 7 Florida Kayaking Spots That'll Show You A Magical Side Of The Sunshine State\nBut the swimming hole and nature hiking trails aren't where you'll find the waterfall, you'll have to take the path less traveled to uncover this little gem.\nView this post on Instagram My new favorite swimming hole 😍 . . . . . . . . #freckles #redhead #redhair #model #ginger #natural #redheads #fashion #influencer #outfit #naturalredhead #photography #paleskin #tattoo #cute #greyeyes #love #glasses #greeneyes #candid #girlswithglasses #portrait #selfie #promo #promomodel #naturalredhead #selfportrait #samsung #selfquarantine #promotion A post shared by Cassie (@datcassdoeee) on Jun 14, 2020 at 9:41am PDT\nSo how do you actually get there?\nWhen you walk into the park, to your right you'll see a path that leads to the turquoise spring. You can head that way to dip your toes in. But if you're looking for this secret waterfall first, you're gonna want to take a hard left.\nView this post on Instagram Sometimes you just have to get in the car, pack your bestie and figure out the details later. On the agenda: FUN. / Happy #NationalSisterDay to my bestie for the restie 💕 A post shared by Stephanie Brooke (@_stephjimenez) on Aug 2, 2020 at 7:24pm PDT\nFollow the concrete path; some signs will point you in the right direction. After a short trek over some light hills, you'll happen upon the falls, gently trickling away surrounded by lush tropical landscape.\nIf you've had your fill of hiking to the waterfall and swimming, you can also go on a lazy river tubing adventure down Rainbow River for hours of floating bliss.\nView this post on Instagram The weekend is here 🦄 ☀️💦 A post shared by Sarah Gonsalves (@sundaes_mom) on Mar 1, 2019 at 9:35am PST\nWhether you're here for the waterfall or simply a gorgeous place to swim, Rainbow Springs State Park has ya covered.\nRainbow Springs State Park\nPrice: $2 admission to swim in the headsprings; other fees will vary.\nAddress: 19158 SW 81st Place Rd. Dunnellon FL \nWhy You Need To Go: The perfect cheap place to beat the heat with a swim in crystal clear turquoise waters will also offer tons of scenic views on their hiking trails — including a hidden waterfall waiting for you to discover it.\nWebsite\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment and obey any local laws.