The Sunshine State can be a scorcher, even in the winter months. Thankfully, there’s no shortage to the gorgeous Florida springs and swimming holes you can escape the heat in. From lazy rivers to bubbling springs, you can grab your ridiculous and adorable flamingo floaties to splash, soak, and sail away to cooler times on.\nYou’re never too old for floaties, and anyone who says so might just be jealous of your giant pink flamingo. From big blow up flamingos, unicorns, donuts, and everything in between, you can float in fabulous fashion at these Florida swimming holes.\nYou can enjoy refreshing turquoise waters surrounded by lush green palms as you float along, while your fellow swimmers ooh and ahh at your magnificent and slightly obnoxious floatie. Coast down lazy rivers or bob up and down in gentle waves, your floatie will take you along for the ride.\nEditor's Choice: You & Your BFFs Can Stay At This Waterfront Rental In Florida For Super Cheap\nGiant, adorable floaties may not be cheap, but thankfully many of these spots have minimal admission costs for the floater on a budget.\nSo, pack your flamingo, unicorn, and whatever else you may need and enjoy a day at these gorgeous Florida watering holes.\nAlexander Springs Recreation Area\nPrice: $6 \nAddress: 49525 County Rd 445, Altoona, FL \nWhy You Need To Go: This first-magnitude spring is 72 degrees year-round, perfect for floating any time of the year. \n View this post on Instagram ⛺️Camping next to Natural Springs is the way to do it! 🚣♀️See these campgrounds on link in bio pbpo.st/SpringsCamping @pbpost @visitflorida @fl.stateparks #Camping #NaturalSprings A post shared by Julio Poletti (@juliopoletti) on Apr 11, 2017 at 6:47am PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\n\nBlue Spring State Park\nPrice: $6 \nAddress: 2100 W French Ave., Orange City, FL \nWhy You Need To Go: Floating through these crystal-clear waters, you can cruise down the spring run and even spot manatees. \n View this post on Instagram “Não me pergunte de onde eu vim nem sei como vim parar aqui Eu só sei o quanto vale cada degrau que subi e desci Eu me encontrei na frenesi e escondi o medo Esse é o segredo: Ter o semblante de quem tá cheio de motivo pra sorrir.” A post shared by Tainá Carvalho 💜 (@tainacarvalho_tai) on Jul 23, 2020 at 5:21am PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\n\nJuniper Springs\nPrice: $6 \nAddress: 26701 FL-40, Silver Springs, FL \nWhy You Need To Go: This turquoise oasis hidden within the Ocala National Forest is a refreshing place to soak and float. \n View this post on Instagram Relax 🌿 A post shared by Christian Bufi (@christian_bufi) on Aug 19, 2020 at 8:13am PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\n\nWekiva Island\nPrice: $2 \nAddress: 1014 Miami Springs Dr., Longwood, FL \nWhy You Need To Go: This Orlando oasis lets you lounge in the sand, swim in the spring, and float down the river for a lazy summer day. \n View this post on Instagram Foxy and Roxy had a blast on their first trip to Wekiva Island today! I’ll let you try to figure out which is which. 😉 • • Happy Memorial Day friends! 🇺🇸 A post shared by Andrea Frances (@andreafrances) on May 27, 2019 at 2:35pm PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\n\nKelly Park/Rock Springs\nPrice: $3 \nAddress: 400 E Kelly Park Rd., Apopka, FL \nWhy You Need To Go: Tubing down this free-flowing spring in your flamingo float is a refreshing way to spend a hot Florida day. \n View this post on Instagram Waiting for the rainbow after this Corona storm... ⛈🌈 #brighterdaysahead #positivethoughts #staysafe A post shared by Amanda Kenny (@amandakenny87) on Apr 18, 2020 at 4:53pm PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\n\nGinnie Springs\nPrice: $14.02 \nAddress: 7300 Ginnie Springs Rd., High Springs, FL \nWhy You Need To Go: You can take your giant floatie over the underwater cave system at this gorgeous Florida spring, and see down to the bottom!\n View this post on Instagram Who knew this beautiful oasis was just 30 minutes outside of Gainesville in Florida. 😍 Ginnie Springs is an absolute paradise of crystal blue water that is always 72 degrees year round. You can float down the Santa Fe River, relax in one of the 7 springs, or camp out overnight. I stopped here on my way to Orlando and I’m sooo happy I did! A post shared by Lisa S. | Travel Blogger (@wanderlustwithlisa) on Aug 17, 2020 at 3:17pm PDT\n\nWebsite\nHappy floating!\nBefore you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.