Hidden between blue waters and lush landscapes lies an underwater paradise with beautiful caves. Wes Skiles Peacock Springs State Park boasts a pristine ecosystem with different sinkholes to explore and make your summer adventure more thrilling.\nThe State Park offers recreational cave diving and features six sinkholes with underwater passages, making it one of the longest underwater cave systems in the world with two second-magnitude and one third-magnitude spring.\nMany divers travel to Florida to explore 33,000 feet of surveyed underwater passages at the State Park. It is important to note that the underwater caverns are only open to certified divers. However, people without a certification can swim and snorkel around the premises.\nView this post on Instagram Peacock Springs state park in Florida has more than 28,000 feet of explored cave passage 👌 📸:@marissa_eckert_ #SportDiverMag A post shared by Sport Diver Magazine (@sportdiver) on Jul 11, 2019 at 5:50am PDT\nThe spring's property has wooden stairs and walkways for safety entering. It is important that you do not engage in diving unless certified. Parts of the springs are very dark and deep, so extra precaution is advised.\nOther activities open to the public include kayaking/canoeing, hiking, and wildlife viewing. In addition, there is an award-winning nature trail that leads visitors on a path tracing the twisting tunnels of the caves.\nView this post on Instagram Once more into the breach! A post shared by @ gbeolchi on Jun 4, 2019 at 3:40pm PDT\nAccording to a Trip Advisor user, "This State Park is a great place for those wanting to hike down to the Suwannee River or dive. Peacock is secluded. If you are diving, The Dive Outpost is nearby for equipment and gas."\nThe park is open daily from 8 a.m. until sundown. It is free to enjoy the activities at the park, however there is an admission fee entrance of $4 per vehicle and $2 for pedestrians, bicyclists and additional passengers.\nWes Skiles Peacock Springs State Park\nAddress: 18532 180th Street Live Oak FL 32060\nPrice: Admission fee entrance of $4 per vehicle and $2 for pedestrians, bicyclists and additional passengers\nWhy you need to go: This is one of the largest underwater cave systems in the world.\nWebsite\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.