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Manatee Springs State Park

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Manatee Springs State Park, Florida

One hundred thousand thousands. One million hundreds. Ten million tens. Or more simply, 100 million. That’s how many gallons of pure, crystal-clear water the Manatee Spring produces EACH day Read more...
One hundred thousand thousands. One million hundreds. Ten million tens. Or more simply, 100 million. That’s how many gallons of pure, crystal-clear water the Manatee Spring produces EACH day (sometimes more!). Filtering into the Suwannee River, park goers can enjoy each and every drop, while they swim, canoe, kayak, snorkel or SCUBA dive these pristine waters. 8.5 miles of trail also offer guests the chance to hike and bike through dazzling forests of maple, cypress, sweetgum and ash among the park’s 2,075 acres. Anglers will find a warm welcome here too, as swarms of perch, catfish, bream, bass and longnose gar wriggle their way down the spring run into the river. Come in the spring or fall and you might just find yourself being carted around the park on a good old-fashioned wagon ride. By the way, while you’re here don’t forget to stop by Catfish Hotel! And yes, we are going to leave you on that cliffhanger without explaining what that really is. Guess you’ll just have to stop by and see what it is for yourself!
Manatee Springs Campground
Steven: Nice campground with clean bathrooms and nice shaded and almost secluded camp sites. The springs offer...
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