Crystal River florida!
Similar ideas popular now
Visit one of North America's most prehistoric places, Devil's Den -- an underground spring inside a dry cave in central Florida. The remains of many extinct animals from the Pleistocene Age (2 million - 10,000 years ago) were discovered at Devil's Den, including the bones of early man, dating back to 7,500 B.C.
Lady Adventure | Devil’s Den | Williston, Florida | A privately owned campgrounds and the underground paradise of crystal clear aquifer exposed by an ancient sink hole that can be explored by snorkel or for those less claustrophobic in dark confined spaces, multiple caves ready and willing to be traversed by certified scuba divers. | Ocala National Forest
Crystal River Freshwater springs meet the Gulf The Crystal River area, which calls itself “Florida’s Nature Coast,” is known for its shallow, grassy flats in the Gulf of Mexico, which translates to superb fishing and scalloping in the summer. But there are also some beaches here. Best bets for sandy shores are at Fort Island Gulf Beach (Crystal River’s only saltwater beach), Rogers Park, Alfred McKethen/Pine Island Park and Linda Pedersen Park, which has all sorts of amenities including an obse
Hot-Spring Hopping in Central Florida averages winter highs of 73, has more than 240 days of sunshine a year & 700 freshwater springs. Each crystal-clear springs maintains a year-round temp of 72. Blue Springs State Park ($6), 40 min. from Orlando, is a winter fave among scuba divers, snorkelers, & manatees as well as hikers, kayakers, & riverboaters. Stay: Orlando’s posh Waldorf Astoria (from $199) shares pool access with the neighboring Hilton, so kids can use its lazy river and waterslides.