Silver Springs is like a loop. We decided to rent a tandem kayak (double) at the spring park and do the loop around the spring. It took us about two hours to do it and that was with constantly stopping to take pictures of all the beautiful animals and scenery. I think it’s pretty awesome that they have a good selection of kayaks for rent there and at a pretty decent price. For more info on their kayak and canoe rentals click here.
Silver Springs is not just a place to kayak but also a place to walk around and enjoy nature on foot. There’s also other things to do such as taking the glass boat out to the spring, going to the water park “Wild Waters,” have events such as weddings or receptions, camping, and hiking. The only thing you can’t do is swim at the spring cause of the alligator population which I am perfectly ok with. I am definitely planning to go back one day to explore the other activities of the park and try to enjoy it to it’s fullest. If you haven’t gone to Silver Springs yet, I highly recommend it. You won’t regret it.
If you have your own story or any questions please feel free to comment below. I am more then happy to answer any questions and tell any more of my experiences there as well as hear from your own adventures. Don’t forget to share! 😉
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Disclaimer: There’s affiliate links on this post. Please keep in mind that when exploring our beautiful planet to always keep it clean. Pick up after yourself and others so we can all enjoy it little longer. Don’t harm the animals or their habitat. Avoid contact with alligators for your own safety. Explore and enjoy life without hurting theirs.