Last Updated September 28, 2019 9/28/2019

6 Incredible Cave Diving Spots in Florida

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Looking for your next diving adventure? If you’re a scuba diving enthusiast, Florida has some of the most breathtaking underwater caves to explore in North America. Experience once-in-a-lifetime cave diving at one of these incredible spots found only in the Sunshine State.

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Ginnie Springs, High Springs Ginnie Springs, High Springs
Ginnie Springs, High Springs

Ginnie Springs, High Springs

Well-known as one of the clearest springs in Florida, Ginnie Springs is not only a fantastic place to cool off but has incredible freshwater dives with over 1,000 feet of subterranean passages for adventure-seekers. Part of Ginnie Springs, Devil’s Eye cave system deserves a mention of its own. Offering 30,000 feet of diverse passageways, this is one of the most popular cave diving spots in the world.

Peacock Springs State Park, Live Oak Peacock Springs
Peacock Springs

Peacock Springs State Park, Live Oak

Underwater explorers will be pleased with Peacock Springs, as it is the only park in Florida dedicated to cave diving. With an impressive six sinkholes and two major springs, it is one of the longest underwater cave systems in the United States. It’s also one of North Florida’s top springs.

Devil’s Den, Williston Devil's Den
Devil's Den

Devil’s Den, Williston

Year-round 72-degree water, dynamic rock formations, and 33 million-year-old fossil beds make Devil’s Den a must-see. The unique 60-foot deep prehistoric and geological underground spring is worth the trip for cave diving enthusiasts.

Manatee Springs State Park, Chiefland Manatee Springs
Manatee Springs

Manatee Springs State Park, Chiefland

If you’re looking for an off the beaten path cave diving experience or want a challenge, Manatee Springs offers a unique diving experience with several miles of underground caverns that feed into a spring.

Blue Grotto, Williston Blue Grotto
Blue Grotto

Blue Grotto, Williston

With a depth of 100 feet in crystal clear waters, cave divers love to explore the Blue Grotto. Having remained in pristine condition, this crescent-shaped cavern is covered in fossils and aquatic life.

Morrison Springs Park, Ponce de Leon Morrison Springs
Morrison Springs

Morrison Springs Park, Ponce de Leon

Morrison Springs extensive cave system is popular with cave divers in Florida’s Northwest. Known for immaculate crystal clear waters, sandy-bottomed floors, and diverse underwater aquatic life, it is easy to see why.

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