This Natural Spring In Florida Is A Gorgeous Blue Paradise You Have To See To Believe
You won't believe it until you see it!
The Sunshine State is sprawling with gorgeous coastal beaches and shimmering inland springs. With the hotter months fast approaching, planning where we take a dip to cool off is a must. A glassy and clear spring tucked away in Salt Springs Florida - Silver Glen Springs is absolutely amazing.
The Silver Glen Springs recreational area offers a wide array of nature infused activities to relax on a hot summers day or after a particularly stressful week - such as snorkeling, canoeing or kayaking, and areas for you to have a lovely little picnic. The water here is so gorgeously clear, you can even see the sand bubbling at the bottom!
The spring and surrounding rivers are nestled comfortably in the Ocala National Forest, surrounding the beautiful waterways with a thriving Florida Ecosystem. The water is always a clear and gorgeous shade of glistening turquoise, the perfect place to make a splash with perfect Instagram photos. There's even a tree that sweeps into the water that inspires the most gorgeous shots.
The photos truly speak for themselves; check out a few beautiful pics from the Silver Glen Springs below:
To enter The Silver Glen Springs Recreation Area, the entry fee is only $5.50 per person, which is super affordable. Even renting a canoe here is cheap - it's $16 to rent a canoe for 2 hours, $24 for 4 hours, or $38 for all day. If you happen to have your own canoe or kayak, even better - launching is free.
If you're ready to swim in the crystal clear depths of this spring, Silver Glen Springs Recreation Area is located at 5301 North Highway 19 Ft. McCoy, Fl 32134. The park opens bright and early at 8 am, staying open until 8 pm every day.
For more information about Silver Glen Springs, check their website here.
Disclaimer: 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.