Gilchrist Blue Springs State Park

The 72-degree Farenheit water is the same temperature year-round and provides a refreshing break in the hot weather. You can bring a tube and float down the spring run to the Santa Fe River. An elevated quarter mile-long wooden boardwalk extends from Blue Spring north along the spring run to the Santa Fe River.

Known for: Swimming, tubing, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, fully equiped campground

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