Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park, Wakulla Springs

#6 of 38 in Nature in Florida Panhandle
Must see · State Park · Nature / Park
Wakulla Springs is the World's largest and deepest freshwater spring, located near Tallahassee, Florida with Swimming, Glass-Bottom Boats, Guided River Tours, Bird Watching, Historic Lodge with Dining, 27 guest rooms, 3 conference rooms, and Gift Shop, Picnicking, Concessions, Nature Trails, Snorkeling, Interpretive Exhibits, Horse Trails and more. Open 365 days per year.
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  • The park has flora and fona, and the birds and wildlife as well. I saw more alligators than seminoles although I was a lot closer to Florida State. They have boats and lots of things to do.  more »
  • A little side trip from our visit to Florida State University. A short half hour ride from Tallahassee. Wakulla Springs is old fashioned fun. The boat ride was pleasant and our guide, Scott, was...  more »

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