Everyone In Florida Must Visit This Epic Natural Spring As Soon As Possible

Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park is located 14 miles south of Tallahassee and is home to one of the biggest and deepest freshwater springs in the world. Not only does the beautiful park contain a natural landmark surrounded by unique Florida wildlife and old-growth forests, it is also home to a 1937 lodge with a dining room that overlooks the spring. Some people only think of visiting springs during warm months, but there is always something to do at this park. The summer months are a popular time for swimming, snorkeling or relaxing on the river’s grassy shore, but visitors of all ages enjoy the The Wakulla Springs Lodge, boat tours and nature trails in every season. Below are some photos that we think will convince you to visit Wakulla Springs.

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Have you ever visited this park? Which Florida springs are your favorite?