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Came to Rainbow Springs State Park for the first time and its absolutely stunning. I do recommend it as a vacation spot for anyone!!! We also floated down the Rainbow River in tubes and enjoyed a full day of activities. Definitely swim in the swimming...More
Great swimming in 72 degree water year around. Canoeing, tubing, fishing and beautiful scenery. Hiking trails, picnic area, some refreshments, nice restrooms and a gift shop. Only $2.00 admission charge per person. Bring your floats and beach towels.
Burr!!! The water is 72 degrees! It felt so good but it will give you a nice surprise when you hit the water. The water is so beautiful with vibrant colors. Recommend you bring snorkel gear. The entry fee is only $2.00. Well worth the...More
The boardwalk makes the walk to the spring pleasant.We didn.t go in the water,but so clear,you can see to the bottom! No manatees, but a bit late to see them in this area I guess. Monday is the day we went and wasn't crowded,the Sunday...More
I visited with a photography group for a class.The trails are shady and the waterfalls are pretty. There was lots to photograph. We arrived early, we were told that as the parking lot fills the park closes for awhile. There were so many people enjoying...More
I saw people with their own single floats. I don't know exactly what type of restrictions they have when it comes to the size of the floats. The Spring is separate from the area that is dedicated exclusively for tubing. They... More
I saw people with their own single floats. I don't know exactly what type of restrictions they have when it comes to the size of the floats. The Spring is separate from the area that is dedicated exclusively for tubing. They might have more information about that on their website.