Florida's Fresh Spring Diving
Florida offers hundreds of springs for open water, cavern and cave diving. Some of these springs are ideal for Open Water dives while others require advanced training. Please seek appropriate training if you wish to venture into the caverns and caves.
Vortex Springs - This is a commercially operated dive site which is great for training and swimmers.
It also offers cavern and cave diving and training opportunities. It is located 4 miles north of Ponce
de Leon on Hwy. 81. Vortex Springs
Morrison Springs - County managed beautiful spring for Open Water and Cavern divers. It offers paved parking and restrooms. From I-10 in Ponce de Leon, travel about 4 miles south on Hwy 81,
then turn left a few miles on Hwy.181, then follow the signs. Morrison Springs Park
Jackson Blue Spring- Jackson Blue often boasts 200' visibility and is available for open water,
cavern and cave dives. This area is a Jackson County park located at the head of Merrit's Mill Pond
in Marianna. This cave/spring entrance is the largest of several cave access points located on Merrit's Mill pond. Diver MUST check in at Cave Adventurers and pay an entry fee to the County.
Gulf of Mexico Diving
The panhandle offers some of the finest diving in the State with numerous natural and artificial reefs
and wrecks. With dive sites from Panama City to Pensacola.
St. Andrews Jetties - This site offers great beach dive with depths to 70' and is great for
photographs. Divers need to dive start your dive at high tide (one hour before high tide) for best
visibility and minimal current. Don't forget to follow Florida's Dive Flag laws. St. Andrews State Park
Florida's Spectacular Diving