Something about those glistening clear blues of Florida's springs just makes us want to jump in - it's just human nature really. This gorgeous spring makes you work for it. You'll have to paddleboard, kayak, or swim to get to this little oasis - but it's totally worth it.\nTucked away in Crystal River Florida, the Three Sisters Springs are the true gem of the city. If you have a spirit of adventure and a love for all things blue, you have to visit these springs. Since there is no land access, you launch a boat off onto King's Bay and navigate by water to the spring entrance. A motorized boat cannot enter the springs though so you'll have to anchor down or tie off and actually swim, kayak, or paddleboard in.\nThe stunning shimmer of the clear blue Three Sister's Springs is totally worth it though; you'll want to take tons of pictures once you get there to remember your journey to this oasis - get a taste of what's waiting for you when you get there below:\nView this post on Instagram Humans think that magic isn’t real. But have you ever actually thought that this earth is magical. Next time, just sit in silence and listen to the nature. The water flowing, wind blowing, birds chirping, animals walking, trees blowing. That’s magic to us. Another wonderful shot of the Florida Springs and it’s beautiful manatees. Location: Crystal River, Fl 🌴🌞🌊 A post shared by Sara Vozel (@everydayavacation) on Jan 30, 2018 at 2:12pm PST\nView this post on Instagram Shades of вℓυє 💙💦 A post shared by @ djmangopixiefuk on Feb 3, 2017 at 10:34am PST\nView this post on Instagram Missing sunny days, but I still love these thunderstorms 😊🌊🌴☔ #florida #floridalife A post shared by . Amy 🌎 🕉 (@amyyhelena) on Mar 20, 2018 at 1:50pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram ||Day 3 of the 20 Days of FL Springs💧||Three Sisters Springs is located on the Crystal River, in Citrus County, Florida, United States about 2 hours and 17mins from Sarasota. The springs are in a natural inlet on the east side of Kings Bay. The land surrounding the springs is privately-owned property and there is no landfall or boat tie-up permitted; the only access to the springs is blocked by concrete posts to stop the boats from entering. Only kayaks, canoes, and swimmers are permitted in the area. During the winter months from November 15 through March 31st you WILL NOT be able to paddle in the spring, only swim in, because Three Sisters Springs is also home to many manatees and is one of the Crystal River's sanctuaries. It is an amazing site to see and we would definitely recommend coming up here midweek during late fall to winter months. I've never seen so many manatee in one place and the crystal clear water is the perfect setting to view them in. You'll see the first picture where @lala_lauren_ is paddling into the spring opening and it looks otherworldly. Three Sisters springs is also accessible by land. There is a "boardwalk" viewing deck but we highly suggest taking the river. The surrounding river area is nice to explore with there being a couple other manatee spots to hit but the water is not very clear. We would recommend making this just one our your stops on a spring trip making time to spring hop throughout the rest of your trip. We absolutely love this spring for its beautiful setting and typically not a lot of people however the surround river is not very beautiful and there are alot of houses surrounding the area impeding on the feeling of "lost in nature". ⭐️⭐️⭐️.5 stars for this spring just because of the limited beauty in its surroundings but well worth it for the spring itself!#adventure #springhunters #wanderlust #travelphotography #travelblog #visitflorida #roamflorida #roamtheplanet #earth #energy #getoutside #discover #dive #sarasota #lidobeach #bradenton #Longboatkey #siestakey #flsprings #floridalife #florida #pureflorida A post shared by VibeChaos Productions (@_vibechaos_) on Jul 6, 2017 at 9:58am PDT\nKayaking in is by far the best way to get here, especially if you have your own clear kayak to use. Manatees like to flock to the spring and surrounding waterways which is super cool to see under you as you paddle. You can actually book $55 manatee tours in clear kayaks with a company nearby called Get Up and Go Kayaking if you want a guided tour to see the gentle water puppers up close.\nView this post on Instagram 👀🔍🚣♀️ Are you ready for an adventure? Our Three Sisters Spring tours at Crystal River have been freaking awesome lately! Check out this killer shot from @chrisrogers and @kristinarec ✅🙌 A post shared by Clear Kayak Tour Company (@getupandgokayaking) on Apr 15, 2019 at 10:40am PDT\nView this post on Instagram Get up, grab your paddle partner, and go kayaking! You won’t regret it! 🚣🏽♂️☀️ A post shared by Clear Kayak Tour Company (@getupandgowestfl) on Apr 20, 2019 at 3:54pm PDT\nThe springs can be enjoyed from sunrise to sunset every day of the year, except when closed during peak Manatee season. You can often book tours to actually swim with the manatees in Crystal River as well. We always recommend checking to see if any regulations have been put in place and mapping out your day to plan your trip.\nIf you only want to see the springs but not get in the water, the Three Sister's Visitor's page offers trolley rides as well as biking or walking access to the park to walk the boardwalk, which is also a great place for some gorgeous photos.\nView this post on Instagram Balance ... I try to keep it light and fluffy sometimes on instagram but today I am being real. I am STRUGGLING with finding a balance for social media. Some days, I want to spend hours and comment and like photos. I know that spending time on the app really produces results not only in engagement of content but also truly creates relationships with other like-minded individuals. But I am also at a place in my life where I feel like I don't need to share every detail of my life and I honestly don't need to mindlessly scroll when I can do something else with my time. I am WAY too dependent on my phone and technology. What is the middle ground for this? I have not posted since Friday and I feel like that is a failure but also a win. See the dichotomy? ... I would love to know your thoughts on this! A post shared by Sami ◊ A D V E N T U R E S (@samimadventures) on Apr 3, 2019 at 5:57am PDT\nFor more information about the springs land access and how to navigate to the springs, check out the Three Sister's Spring visitor's page here.\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.