Rainbow River State Park
Ranger Rick’s students and certified divers that tag along will take a water taxi up the spring and begin their journey down the spring by jumping from the water taxi. The dive has a maximum depth of 25 feet and along the way divers will be able to see the wonderful nature of this spring. With many different things to see and do, Rainbow River State Park has proven to be a favorite location for students and certified divers to dive at.
According to Rainbow Rivers State Park official website, https://www.floridastateparks.org, The water is extraordinarily clear, offering a window into a diverse aquatic habitat. The flow of the spring is the fourth highest among all the springs in Florida.
The cool, clear waters of the headsprings are incredibly refreshing to swim in. The average depth in the natural swimming area runs from 5 to 18 feet, and the water temperature averages 72 degrees year-round. Underwater, swimmers and snorkelers can see turtles, fish and forests of aquatic grass that provide food and habitat for many of the creatures that live here.
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