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Owner description: Blue Spring is a natural wonder, pouring 38 million gallons of cold, clear water each day into its trout-stocked lagoon.Start your adventure with an insightful historic film in the Visitor Center, then stroll the handicapped-accessible walkways and inviting garden paths that wind through the 33 acres of native gardens. Visit the historic mill site that dates from the 1840's, see the Bluff Shelter on the National Register of Historic Places, and walk along the path of the Trail of Tears. Resident Appaloosas and abundant native flora and fauna delight visitors, and our charming gift shop offers an array of items to keep the exerience alive. Blue Spring is a quiet getaway and a perfect place for weddings, group outings or any special occasion.
Reviewed 21 August 2016 via mobile

Basically you walk down 130ish steps to see blue mossy water, then to the other side to see the damn and an area that is a bluff\shelter. You get eat up by mosquitoes then you give up and walk back up a mile of ramps to get back to the only bathroom.

Thank Anna M
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Reviewed 6 June 2016

You must go at the right time of the season to get the full affect of the 77 foot waterfall. We only got to see it at about 10 feet because it was so dry. But it has a nice gift shop, clean and friendly staff.

Thank Denna J
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Reviewed 5 June 2016

Beautiful gardens and grounds! Native American history as well. Lots of variety of plants and wildlife.

Thank Gianna M
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Reviewed 1 June 2016

The grounds are beautiful with many flowers in bloom late May. Truly enjoyed take a break and placing our feet in the cold spring waters.

Thank tyroseron
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Reviewed 2 April 2016

Great History with a movie, small museum , Enjoy the flowers.. not many were out this early spring. Nice walk and can feed the fish.

Thank kayanddick
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