Lots of people love to swim in Rainbow Springs.
According to the official website HERE…
“Archaeological evidence indicates that people have been using this spring for nearly 10,000 years.”
And a note from the park manager, “Summer is here! No time is better to see the true beauty of Rainbow Springs State Park than this time of the year. With the trees all in bloom, the bright green leaves emerged from their winter dormancy, and the songbirds and butterflies enjoying the warm sunny days, park visitors can enjoy all the colors of the rainbow both in and out of the 72 degree water. Before the sweltering heat of summer, come enjoy a stroll through our historic azalea gardens as you pass trickling waterfalls on your way to the butterfly garden and hiking trails, or take a refreshing swim over the deep blue water of the headspring where the Rainbow River emerges from the rock beneath our feet.”
It’s a popular place to swim year round!
But today, let’s stay on the trail.
Because you never know what you’ll see!
Hey!!! It’s Florida!
But one thing for sure…
you’ll see some beautiful fences
and crystal clear water!
Let’s join Tex for Good Fences!