Hunter Springs Park

Crystal River, Florida

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Jul 17 ~ Jul 23
This captivating waterfront park is a haven for those seeking a serene escape among the natural scenery. Whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast or simply love nature, Hunter Springs is sure to give you tranquility away from the daily hustle and bustle. With its crystal-clear springs, abundant greenery, and diverse wildlife, this park offers an unforgettable experience that showcases the area’s idyllic beauty and appeal.

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Hunter Springs Park Visitors Guide

Discover the tranquil beauty of Hunter Springs Park, home to one of the natural springs feeding Kings Bay and Crystal River. Just 100 feet offshore and with waters maintained at a comfortable 72 degrees year-round, you can enjoy a variety of water activities. Recognized with the 2019 Certificate of Excellence Award from TripAdvisor, Hunter Springs Park is a cherished local destination. If you’re looking to explore the park's natural surroundings, you’ll find a scenic boardwalk along the waterway that provides ample opportunities for birdwatching and encountering wildlife.

Manatee sightings are likely during your visit to Hunter Springs Park, particularly in the colder months. The park provides convenient access to Kings Bay and the Crystal River, where an abundance of water activities, such as kayaking and canoeing, await. Additionally, Hunter Springs Park serves as a popular spot for guided manatee tours, offering an exclusive experience for you to swim and snorkel among these fascinating creatures in their natural habitat.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. Are dogs allowed in Hunter Springs Park?

Dogs are not allowed in the park unless they are service animals.

2. How deep is Hunter Springs?

Hunter Springs has a maximum depth of 16-20ft/5-6m.

3. Does Hunter Springs have grills?

Yes. Grills are available in the picnic area.

4. What is the water temperature at Hunter Springs?

The water temperature typically remains at 72 degrees.


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