6 Secret Southern Destinations to Cool Down This Summer

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6. Ginnie Springs (Florida)

Ginnie Springs, located about 40 minutes from Gainesville, is a privately held nature park with seven separate freshwater springs and more than 200 acres alongside the Santa Fe River.

This spring system is a dream come true for those who love scuba diving and snorkeling. Even if you are new to this, this place can be very fun because you can do training for these activities on-site.

Ginnie Springs offers everything you could desire in a destination like this: crystal-clear 72-degree water, a variety of camping choices ranging from tent campsites to cottages, and the chance to tube, stand-up paddleboard, or kayak on the nearby river.

The prices of the passes are the following: $14 for a one-day pass and $22 for the camping pass. These prices are for one person. If you don’t have equipment for practicing all the activities, you can rent it from the location.

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