The Head Springs area of the Rainbow Springs State Park offers a swimming area, a fairly large native plant garden and a nature trail through pine flatwoods with views of phosphate pits. Canoe rentals are available for use on the Rainbow River. There is also many paved trails through old theme park attractions such as a zoo area and 4 man-made waterfalls.
FL State Parks Site: http://www.floridastateparks.org/rainbowsprings/
Trail length: 5 miles
Posted by Ramblin' Man Dan on May 31, 2012
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While short, these trails offer some cool sights. The old zoo was interesting. The native garden was very interesting to me, with at least 50 different native plants of all shapes and sizes. I wouldn't recommend coming here for the trails, but if you are coming for a canoe day trip or a day swimming, you should definitely take a walk in the garden.
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