Travelers on an Adventure by (Tom & Deb) travel blog

Park entrance

The lodge at Wakulla Springs

Looking downstream

And yes the water is CLEAR

Strap grass

Anhinga (aka snake bird) drying in the sun

More water fowl

Now that’s one big gator

Cyprus tree with many Cyprus “knees” around the base

Oh, and another gator

White ibis

White egret


Blue heron


Beautiful sceney

Oh and the reflections are gorgeous too

A visitor from above (red cardinal)



View of the lodge from the springs



One of the beach areas on alligator point

A kite boarder enjoying the day

Entrance to the state park


Marsh area in bald point state park


Mashes sands beach

Made it back to the park

A good day gathering shells


The morning of March 9th was clear and a Florida cool 38 degrees. We drove about 40 minutes north to visit Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park. The temps warmed up to about 60 degrees by the time we arrived at the park. What a beautiful and special place this is. The azaleas were blooming in front of the lodge and they were attracting a lot of butterflies. We took an hour long pontoon boat guided tour of the springs area. We were told that about 400 million gallons of water flow up and out of this spring daily.!! The water was clear and we saw a lot of wildlife including manatees, gators, lots of different birds, turtles, and fish. Being a cooler day in March, there was only a total of 7 of us on the boat. It was a real special treat to be able to move around on the pontoon boat and we felt that our guide / captain was able to fully answer any questions that we had.

The next day we found ourselves exploring nearby alligator point, bald point state park, and mashes sands beach. It was not exactly bikini weather, but we had a great time and gathered many shells, both small and large.

We love sharing all our adventures but we must add that the pictures paint our story but to see all them in person is such a blessing.

Take care and stay healthy,


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