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Located in north central Florida, just east of Ocala, Silver Springs State Park has been a natural landmark destination since the 1870s.
Explore one of America’s largest and best loved springs from the park’s world famous Glass Bottom Boats!
The 4,000-acre Silver Springs State Park encompasses not only the springs, but the entire 5-mile Silver River and surrounding sandhill forest. Wander among the historic structures and serene gardens surrounding the main spring, reminders of the park’s past history as a major tourist attraction. Visit the Silver River Museum. Paddle the river. Hike. Camp.
There’s plenty to do at Silver Springs State Park.
The park also offers two restaurants and a gift shop. You can even host private functions at the park, including weddings, company events and school outings.
Come visit Silver Springs, a National Natural Landmark and a Florida treasure!