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Editorial: Closing the springs divide Oct 1, 2016 - Ask the two most influential groups engaged in the conversation about the future of Florida's deteriorating springs and they will offer diametrically opposing perspectives on what is needed to save these precious waters.
Storm Drain Stenciling Eagle Scout Project Increases Awareness Sep 30, 2016 - In an effort to help the environment, protect wildlife, and bring awareness to these environmental issues, one Eagle Scout made it his mission to organize a project to call attention to responsibly handling waste materials.
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Manatee likely to head south in 2 weeks Sep 30, 2016 - A pregnant manatee transported last week from Nantucket Sound to a temporary home at Mystic Aquarium in Connecticut will likely leave for Florida within the next two weeks, aquarium spokeswoman Dale Wolbrink said Wednesday
Silver Springs State Park is at a crossroads Sep 26, 2016 - OCALA - At Silver Springs State Park the water's surface is serene even as millions of gallons gurgle up from the caverns beneath. The quiet park continues to be the subject of disagreement concerning what the visitor experience should include.
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Massive solar power plant to produce energy by December Sep 23, 2016 - Workers at Florida Power and Light's Manatee Solar Energy Center celebrated the installation of 75 percent of its 338,000 solar panels Thursday. Workers were honored for hitting the milestone without safety issues, and celebrated with free pizza and ice cream for lunch.
Fight Over Florida Water Regs Enters New Round Sep 23, 2016 - Clean water activists in Florida hit a snag this month in their legal effort to prevent the state from raising its limits on certain toxic chemical in drinking water.
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'Slightly radioactive' water seeping into Florida aquifer from sinkhole Sep 20, 2016 - More than 200 million gallons of 'slightly radioactive' contaminated wastewater from a fertilizer plant 100 miles north of Lee County leaked into one of the state's main underground sources of drinking water after a massive sinkhole opened up beneath a storage pond.
Solar advocates: Defeating utility-sponsored amendment Sep 19, 2016 - With the successful passage of Amendment 4 to reduce taxes on property and renewable energy equipment, supporters are setting their sights on killing a very different type of solar initiative on the November ballot.
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We can't ignore Florida's water quality Sep 19, 2016 - At a time when the governor of Florida failed to appoint the environmental seat and the local government seat to the Florida Environmental Regulatory Commission, the commission voted on July 26 to adopt weakened water quality standards.
Judge dismisses Seminole's petition against FL water toxin rule Sep 17, 2016 - A Florida administrative law judge has dismissed the Seminole Tribe's petition against a new water rule, but the larger legal battle might be far from over, clean water advocates say.
Featured Florida Spring: Ichetucknee Spring
Meditation - Jug Hole, Ichetucknee Springs State Park
JenniferAdlerPhotography | Meditation - Jug Hole, Ichetucknee Springs State Park
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Blue World
Kelly Del Valle Photography | Blue World
Free Diving the Blue Hole Spring
Outdoor FL Creations | Free Diving the Blue Hole Spring
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Grass Reflection
Joe Cruz Photography | Grass Reflection
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Blue Hole Ichetucknee State Park
DMG Studios | Blue Hole Ichetucknee State Park
Credit: DMG Studios
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The Canoe/Kayak launch Ichetucknee
DMG Studios | The Canoe/Kayak launch Ichetucknee
Credit: DMG Studios
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The head spring at Ichetucknee State Park
DMG Studios | The head spring at Ichetucknee State Park
Credit: DMG Studios
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Ichetucknee Springs
Curtis Whitwam Photography | Ichetucknee Springs
Reflective Green at Ichetucknee head spring
Mermaid of the Springs | Reflective Green at Ichetucknee head spring
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School is in at Devil's Eye
Mermaid of the Springs | School is in at Devil's Eye
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Description

Ichetucknee Springs state park is located in Fort White, Florida. The head spring is gorgeous and is protected as a national natural landmark. Dogs are allowed but there is no onsite camping but there are picnic areas. Typical river activities such as tubing, kayaking, canoeing as well as hiking and wildlife viewing.

Activities

Tubing, Picnicking, Snorkeling, Canoeing, Swimming, Hiking, Wildlife viewing

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