Looking To Do Something Quick Fun Relaxing ?!
Whether you are just passing through or are looking for a quick fun outing with the family, here are a few things to consider!
Downtown High Springs
Come explore downtown! Ice cream shops to restaurants and a little bit of everything in-between, come enjoy our scenic little downtown area!
Canoe Outpost High Springs
Enjoy a relaxing paddle down one of Florida's most scenic rivers. Experience crystal-clear freshwater springs, abundant wildlife and incredible natural formations
Take a paddle on the beautiful Santa Fe and it's plentiful springs, buy spring art, grab a bite , listen to live music and learn more about our beautiful world-renowned springs.
Experience the natural beauty of its blue-green waterways year-round. Let the gentle current of the bright turquoise river guide you on a relaxing retreat!
Ichetucknee Springs State Park
2,669-acre Ichetucknee Springs State Park is also a wildlife haven, where beaver, otter, gar, softshell turtle, wild turkey, wood duck and limpkin all find a home.
O'Leno State Park
O’Leno State Park offers visitors the opportunity to unwind in a natural setting. Enjoy a day of hiking or biking on the park’s shaded trails or try your hand at fishing along its banks.
Ginnie Springs is one of the most popular places in Florida to go river tubing. In addition customers can swim, snorkel, canoe, kayak, stand up paddleboard, and tube along the Sante Fe River.
Poe Springs Park
Poe Springs Park is a 202 acre public park filled with scenic woodlands and rolling fields, located along the banks of the Santa Fe River. The shallow water makes it kid-friendly.
Santa Fe River Park
A lovely stretch of shaded, tree-lined walkways and picnic tables along the Santa Fe River provides a quiet and serene oasis in the middle of busy downtown Santa Fe.
River Ranch Water Park
River Ranch is an aquatics facility that provides a safe, Christian atmosphere for all to enjoy. River Ranch is available to groups of all sizes. Reservations must be made in advance through Camp Kulaqua’s Reservations Central.
Retirement Home For Horses Inc
The Retirement Home For Horses at Mill Creek Farm is 335 acres of tree-lined, rolling green pastures. Approximately 50 acres are native woods and wetlands and are home to many animals. There are currently 140 horses that are now retired at the farm.
Devil's Ear Spring
Devil Spring (also known as “Little” Devil) is a four-foot-wide fracture at the head of the Devil’s Spring System run. It is 50 feet long and almost as deep. Divers who descend to the bottom of this crack will be rewarded with a breath-taking view as they look skyward.
Mill Creek Preserve
1,230-acre preserve with 5 miles of unpaved trails. Property is unique for its mix of southernmost extent of Appalachian hardwood forest, small waterfall and pine flatwoods.
Blue Springs Park
This spring, known as Gilchrist Blue, has outstanding water clarity and discharges water through a shallow spring run about one-quarter mile to the Santa Fe River.
Sliver Springs Park
The 4,000-acre Silver Springs State Park encompasses not only the springs, but the entire 5-mile Silver River. Wander among the historic structures and serene gardens surrounding the main spring!