The Best Hot Springs in Florida You Have to Visit

The hot springs in Florida are relaxing places to soak or float, and they are also pristine estuaries. They aren’t like the springs out west, one of which is one of the largest of its kind in the world.

While the term “hot” is a relative one, here’s our guide to visiting the best of Florida’s abundant natural springs.

We’ll share details on where to find them and what to do there, along with what makes them unique.

A public attraction since the 1940s, Warm Springs covers more than 43,000 square feet and has nine million gallons of water.

Warm Springs Mineral Park

The remarkable clarity lets you spy on an underwater menagerie of aquatic life. You can also enjoy nearby hiking trails, waterfalls, kayaking, or tubing on the Rainbow River.

Rainbow Springs State Park

You cannot bring boats on these hot springs in Florida, but elsewhere on the river, you can enjoy kayaking, canoeing, tubing, or paddle boarding.

Ichetucknee Springs State Park

The inviting pool is mostly shallow but deep enough for diving on one end. Watch for eels lurking among the verdant tape grass thriving along the bottom.

Juniper Springs

Gorgeous and somewhat remote, Ginnie Springs in Florida is home to three separate hot springs with underwater caverns and startlingly clear waters.

Ginnie Springs

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