When The Weather Is Cool, Our Spring Waters Are “Warmish”
The Visit Natural North Florida 12-county region has more natural first-magnitude springs than anywhere else on earth. And while they’re magnets for visitors during the warmer months, folks often overlook the fact that the water flowing from our underground aquifer is a year-round, constant 72-degrees F.
Some of the bigger springs are found in the Florida State Parks system. Favorites include Fanning Springs, Manatee Springs, Troy Springs, Ichetucknee Springs, and Wakulla Springs. There are also several in private parks, like Devils Den, Convict Springs, Ginnie Springs, and Gilchrist Blue Springs. You’ll even find some springs in County Parks at Rum Island, Gornto Spring Park, and Poe Springs Park.