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Hunter Springs Park 18 NE 2nd St. Parking fees are enforced within the parking lots. Free lots are available in close proximity Vehicles with trailers are not permitted at Hunter Springs Park Trailer parking available at Kings Bay Park Amenities...more
All reviews kayak launch swimming area small sandy beach nice place to swim nice spring nominal fee nice picnic launch area nice clear water hunter springs rest rooms easy paddle kings bay manatee swimming spring water three sisters springs manatee manners
As soon as we arrived, we walked out to the boardwalk along the lake and saw a couple of manatees very very close up. The park is small but has lovely landscaping. It was crowded at the time, so there was trash that had accumulated...More
We visited Hunter Springs with our family. We enjoyed walking around and watching all of the people swimming and boating. Just a beautiful spot to enjoy a nice picnic. Restrooms available and handicap friendly. Highly recommended.
Date of experience: February 2019
Thank Julie and Paul C
Lisa M, Admin at Hunter Springs Park, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago
Thank you for your review we appreciate them. We are glad you enjoyed the park as much as we do.
This is a small park next to Hunter Springs. Parking fee is $1 per hour. Free parking is available a block away. It's a good spot to see Manatees. Park has a swimming area and the manatees often pass through it.
We took a drive over to the park at the end of the day and there were still tons of people.
It is a very small park with very limited parking. I think is was $5 to park for the day. There are lots of...More
This is a small beach with easy access into the bay/river for swimming with the manatees. You have to pay to park but if you want to kayak any company will deliver them right to you here. Very clean and well-cared for.
Being a local I remember coming here when getting my scuba certification and the water was so murky you couldn’t see two feet in front of your face. Since the renovation and the Kings Bay restoration project the area has improved drastically. It will get...More