Discover Crystal River, Florida
On your visit to Citrus County in the Crystal River area, you can swim in turquoise natural springs and interact with animals in Crystal Rivers National Wildlife Refuge.
Manatees are friendly and playful, and swimming with them is a unique experience you won't really find anywhere else in the world.
Swimming With Manatees
Hunter Springs Park features beautiful natural springs for swimming year-round, kayak tours, picnic tables, and a fun sandy beach for kids.
Crystal River Preserve State Park is filled with pinewoods, hardwood forests, salt marshes, and mangrove island. It is perfect for hiking.
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Three Sisters Springs
You can visit the boardwalk, swim in the springs, bird watch, kayak, or paddleboard. The springs are located within the Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge.
Pristine natural waters and wildlife are two of the main attractions on Florida's “Nature Coast." You can find dozens of natural springs situated around Kings Bay.
Rent a boat or kayak & enjoy fish, birds, and even manatees as you paddle leisurely along the Chazz. Perfect for a chilled-out morning or afternoon activity.
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Catch a sunset at Fort Island Gulf Beach. This beach on the Gulf of Mexico is perfect for an evening picnic or beachy sunset.
Try a stay at The Plantation on Crystal River, a lovely historic hotel, or try a private waterfront home with a saltwater pool, bikes and paddleboards included for guest use.
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Stop by historical Old City Hall, now Coastal Heritage Museum. See hippo, alligators and more at Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park!
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