A powerful spring, the discharge from a more than 6 km long cave system. The spring run is crossed by a natural limestone bridge.
A popular swimming place – picturesque, powerful spring. The output of spring has decreased and now this is 2nd magnitude spring with a mean flow of 1 921 l/s.
An interesting karst window, which is a section of cave that has collapsed and is 137 m long. A spring emerges at one end of the section, and a siphon draws the water underground at the other end.
The most powerful resurgence of the unusual underwater cave – Siphon Creek Rise system. This spring has a discharge of 3 398 l/s.
A powerful spring at Santa Fe River. The mean output of spring is 3 819 l/s.
Two closely located, powerful spring vents that emit unusually clean, lucid water. One of the most gorgeous natural spring areas in Florida.
A powerful spring under Santa Fe River, the measured output is 5 850 l/s. A 7,174 m long underwater cave starts there.
A charming natural spring under the waters of Santa Fe River. Through the spring one can dive into a cave that goes under the river.
An interesting karst window – an opening of a cave with flowing water in it. Water flows towards Wakulla Spring.
A karst window – 90 by 30 m large lake, where at one end is a powerful spring and in the other – a sink.