Five of the closest natural springs to Palm Beach County


Spring season equals time to hit the natural springs!

In Florida, we don’t just have more than 1,000 miles of coastline, but we also have some of the most spectacular natural springs. And lots of them are within driving distance of Palm Beach County.

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These places are so clear, you can see all the way to the bottom, making it ideal for snorkeling, cave discovery and, of course, GoPro videos. 

Check out our last visit to Alexander Springs this March:

5 closest natural springs:

Warm Mineral Springs

Warm Mineral Springs:

Address: 12200 San Servando Ave, North Port, FL 34287 

Phone: 941-426-1692 

Distance: From downtown West Palm Beach: About 2 hours, 59 minutes via Co Rd 74 and US-27 S. 


Kelly Park/Rock Springs Run

Kelly Park/Rock Springs Run:

Address: 400 E Kelly Park RD Apopka, FL 32712 

Phone: 407-254-1902 

Distance: From downtown West Palm Beach: About 2 hours, 51 minutes via Florida’s Turnpike. 


Wekiwa Springs State Park 

Wekima Springs State Park:

Address: 1800 Wekiwa Circle Apopka, FL 32712 

Phone: 407-884-2008

Distance: From downtown West Palm Beach: About 3 hours, 5 minutes via Florida’s Turnpike.


Lithia Springs Regional Park

Lithia Springs Regional Park:

Address: 3932 Lithia Springs Road Lithia, FL 33547 

Phone: 813-744-5572

Distance From downtown West Palm Beach: About 3 hours, 8 minutes via Florida’s Turnpike. 


Alexander Springs Recreation Area

Alexander Springs Recreation Area:

Address: 49525 County Road 445, Altoona, FL 32702

Phone: 352-669-3522

>>Related: Photo gallery of Alexander Springs

Distance: From downtown West Palm Beach: About 3 hours, 28 minutes via Florida’s Turnpike. 



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