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Madison Blue Spring State Park

A serene 82-acre park featuring a crystal-clear, first-magnitude spring for swimming, snorkeling, and scuba diving, along with riverside picnic areas.

Tips from the community

Madison Blue Springs features underwater caves and cool waters to refresh yourself after exploring beneath the hot Floridian sunlight. Dip into iridescent waters reflecting leafy trees surrounded by cave formations and lush plant life. Frequently voted as one of the best swimming spots in the US, Madison Blue Springs is a turquoise-tinted experience all its own.

seeker 3 years ago

For snorkelers and wildlife lovers, Madison Blue Spring promises glimpses of catfish, sunfish and freshwater turtles.

leah 3 years ago

Madison Blue Spring State Park Guides

  • 16 Hidden Gems: the Dreamiest Natural Springs in Florida

    leah (Leah Fishman)
    Forget everything you thought you knew about Florida. Over 700 natural springs pepper the north coasts and panhandle, offering up crystalline turquoise waters so pristine that its not uncommon to spot schools of fish or manatees swimming around your feet. Underground caves are perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving, or grab a tube and float the day away (lazy river style) on the calm, cool rivers that connect spring to spring.
  • Breathtaking Natural Swimming Holes Throughout The US

    seeker (Seeker Editors)
    Throughout the country, there are astonishing natural pools that attract visitors far and wide to take an enchanting dip in cool, clear waters and witness picturesque surroundings. From gem-like circles of turquoise water in the desert to beautiful waterfalls feeding iridescent depths, these are our all-time favorite swimming holes to have an adventurous soak in the US. Make sure to check up on any safety concerns or rules before trekking out to these spots, they are considered adventurous for a reason.