The Unique Florida Spring That’s Home To Hundreds Of Monkeys

You might expect to see this somewhere close to the Amazon. Perhaps on the outskirts of a resort in a tropical rainforest. But not usually in Florida, unless of course in an enclosure of sorts. However, in this stunning and magical spring, there are hundreds of monkeys who have taken over parts of the area, making this secluded spot in Florida their home.

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If you’re ready to plan a trip to Silver Springs State Park, you can use the address below to find it on a map:

5656 E Silver Springs Blvd, Silver Springs, FL 34488

The cost of admission to Silver Springs is $2.00 with children under 5 free. The park is open 7 days a week, all year long from 8am to sundown.

If you’re looking for more unique springs to check out in Florida this summer, take a look at This Little Known Swimming Hole In Florida Will Be Your Summer’s Secret Weapon.