Great trip! Very knowledgeable group of volunteers. It was a fantastic trip. Beautiful area! Hundreds of manatees. Sand Hill Cranes feeding in wetland area.
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Seldom in America will you find this beautiful of a park that has such crystal clear water coming from these three aquifers. Waters are always a constant temperature throughout the year and it is a natural habitat for the manatees as well as other fish....More
We visited yesterday and went in by Trolley. It was easy to buy a ticket at City Hall and the driver gave some facts as we traveled. The Springs themselves offered great viewing areas with a little or a lot of walking depending on your...More
This is a beautiful place, not all that well advertised, off the bike path on 3 sisters springs trail. Entry only by foot or trolley (but you can park in shopping area across the street). The springs areclear and gorgeous, filled (for us) with manatees...More
I had gone to snorkel with the manatee and had done that the previous day and decided to spend the following day on land. It costs $15 for an adult ( $12.50 for seniors - national park passes not accepted). We got there before noon...More
I swam with the migrating manatees into the spring run just after sunrise and skipped the park fee. it is absolutely gorgeous, but small. We wanted to see where we swam via land and would have paid, but that park fee seemed very steep for...More
It has been on my buck list to observe the manatees. It came true yesterday. A beautiful sight to behold. Majestic peaceful manatees at various locations in the park. A lovely stroll around the grounds. The manatees have radiating zen that touches everyone. A lesson...More