“amazing natural ecosystem with karst limestone”
An outstanding natural ecosystem containing elements of statewide and national significance. Excellent examples of surface and subsurface karst limestone features; including two major springs; a major spring run; six sinkholes and numerous small sinks and depressions; can be found in the 288-acre recreation area.
Absolutely gorgeous but terribly remote and unkempt. Then again, what can you really expect from a state run facility that only charges $4 per car on an honor system! The signage is non-existent until you get to the entrance. My GPS was guiding me past entrance signs but after I went another half mile, I U-turned to enter where the signs were! The driving paths are single lane dirt trails so proceed with caution. All this being said, it's well with the drive to the middle of nowhere and I wish I would have had more time to walk the different trails and take pictures. I can only imagine how awesome the diving is because the water looked beautiful.
Beautiful park, well marked," very interesting and educational. Part of Florida we knew very little about.
I could not find the place, it needs signals in the road cause the gps it’s completely out of accuracy, long drive from any other park in the area so please update the info cause this app isn’t free, at lease 2 times I had this bad experience with the app
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Peacock Springs State Park
- Sun - Sat: 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
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