Picnicking, swimming, restroom, mobility, fishing, tube launch, canoe launch, canoeing, hiking and wildlife viewing.
Rainbow Springs is Florida’s fourth largest spring.
Two-mile asphalt path with wooden bridges, providing access to the Ortega River Nature Preserve for walkers, joggers and the handicapped.
Ripple Effect Tours offers a variety of outdoor experiences, including kayaking, fishing, boat and ecotours along waterways and landscapes rich with wildlife.
River Otter Academy offers Independent Educational Services including Homeschool evaluations, Development of individual education plans and transcripts, Hands-on science homeschool classes, Skype semester science courses for homeschoolers, Eco-kayaking tours and Youth camping, hiking, and guided
The main attraction is the ancient subterranean springs which flow year-round at a constant temperature of 72 degrees.
“Silver Springs State Park combines the charm of a historic Florida attraction with the crystal clear beauty of one of the last uninhabited spring runs in the state.”
From horseshoes to hiking - camping to canoeing - basketball to boating…
Tideviews offers a scenic view of the Intracoastal Waterway, 2500ft of trail and boardwalk, canoe launch and a fishing area.
Up The Creek Xpeditions offers guided paddling adventures to some of the most iconic destinations on the First Coast.