It’s Fall Palm Beach County, Jump into a Spring

Lorea Thomson
Posted by Lorea Thomson
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Published in Boating

Florida has beautiful oceans, and waterways. Although there isn’t a fresh spring in Palm Beach County, within a short drive you could be dipping your toes in a natural wonder. Magnificent springs abound the state.  Florida's fresh springs are hidden jewels to visit and explore.

There are more than 700 natural springs sprinkled throughout the state that offer boundless activities in the setting of nature. Florida’s natural and crystal-clear springs are perfect for swimming, scuba diving, tubing and kayak or canoe sightseeing. The springs offer vital life support to the many diverse ecosystems. Springs support a variety of life found in and around a spring.

The Florida Aquifer system acts as an organic underwater formation creator with a great deal of freshwater flowing to the springs. Crystal clean, pure water rolling from the aquifer at a constant 72-degree temperature.

Take an online expedition to learn about Florida's springs or explore the in-depth feature, one of the world's largest freshwater springs, Wakulla Spring.

Discover how to fall into springs. Visit the Spring Locator Map and develop your own special relationship with Florida’s natural hidden gems.  Help protect our magnificent, natural springs!


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