Three Sisters Springs

Three Sisters Springs is a complex of three spring areas, with many vents and sand boils that help feed Kings Bay, the headwaters of the Crystal River. These springs also constitute one of the most important natural warm-water refuges for the endangered Florida manatee. The site entrance is blocked from boats.

Fresh Water fish and turtles. Occasional manatees though diving in the area is limited when there are a high number of manatees present.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
Visibility

Visibility

  • 13 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
  • Ripping Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Spring

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

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Dive sites nearby

King Spring

King Spring is a Florida spring at the Crystal River head in Tarpon Springs, Florida. The spring is 65 ft deep and 200 ft in diameter. Average visibility is 31 to 35 feet. This dive site provides bathrooms and air fills. To access the spring, you will need to rent a boat at the nearby dive shop or bring your own.

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KP Hole is a Florida County park open to divers and snorkelers alike to explore the spring-fed Rainbow River. This is a spring-fed dive so water temps will be 72 degrees year-round and the water will be very clear. This site has great amenities like concessions for food, showers, and restrooms. Admission $15.00.

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Rainbow River

Sitting about 100 miles north of Tampa, Rainbow River is a jewel of a dive site in the middle of Florida. Crystal clear, as it’s fed from a natural spring, this river is full of unique freshwater fish, turtles, and alligators.

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Buford Spring is located in a swampy area of the Chassahowitzka Wildlife Management Area in Hernando County, FL. Divers must check in at an iron ranger at the main entrance off US 19 and pay a $3.00 daily fee. The maximum depth is about 50 mtr/165 feet at the siphoning downstream end of the main cavern/cave.

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Eagle's Nest

Eagle's Nest is a deep sink with both upstream and downstream tunnels. There is a large debris come in the center that slopes downward.

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Hospital Hole

Hospital Hole, Weeki Wachee River is a shore accessible fresh water dive site, located at 7244 Shoal Line Blvd, Weeki Wachee, FL 34607. The maximum depth is 141-150ft/43-46m. The average visibility is 36-40ft/11-12m. Access is restricted from land, but the site can be accessed via boat or canoe from Roger’s Park.

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Weeki Wachee Spring

Home to the legendary Week Wachee Mermaids, Weeki Wachee Springs is one of Florida’s most popular spring destinations. With crystal clear blue waters it’s the perfect place to cool off for the whole family. In addition to diving, Weeki Wachee offers snorkeling, canoeing, kayaking, paddleboarding, and waterslides.

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Dive the largest clear water cavern in the heart of freshwater spring country in Williston, Florida. The Blue Grotto lets you dive down to a depth of 100 feet in crystal clear water with a consistent temp of 72 degrees F all year round! A popular training dive site.

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Devil’s Den is a fresh water spring with the temperature being 72 degrees Fahrenheit all year long. Here you will find ancient rock formations with stalactites, fossil beds, and much more. With swim throughs and platforms it’s a great place to practice buoyancy and skills.

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Hudson Grotto is a prehistoric limestone sink, most likely the oldest inland body of water in Pasco County. This unusual water feature is part fresh, part salt water and descends to depths over 100 feet.

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