For more information on things to do in Crystal River or Kings Bay visit Discover Crystal River.
How to swim, snorkel, or paddle in Three Sisters Springs
In-water recreation at Three Sisters Springs is accessible by launching a boat on Kings Bay and navigating to the springs. Public kayak launches can be found at Hunter Springs Park, 18 NE 2nd St, Crystal River and Kings Bay Park, 268 NW 3rd St, Crystal River. Visitors must arrive by paddle craft or motorized vessel to get to the spring run to Three Sisters Springs; however, motorized vessels are not permitted inside Three Sisters Springs. Paddle craft are permitted inside the springs from April 1- November 14. Please use the map of Kings Bay to navigate safely to the springs, and adhere to any posted regulations.
There is NO water access to Three Sisters Springs from the land and no land access from the water.
For the safety and protection of the manatees, in-water access to Three Sisters Springs can be closed by US Fish & Wildlife Services (USFWS) when water temperatures in the Gulf Of Mexico drop below 62.2 degrees Fahrenheit. Check the CRNWR FaceBook page for in-water closures at Three Sisters Springs.
Three Sisters Springs Center
Official Concessionaire for Land Access to the Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge's Three Sisters Springs
123 NW US Highway 19
City of Crystal River, 34428
Click here for Google Map
Ph: (352) 586-1170
8:30am - 4:30pm EST
Ticket sales end 1 hour before closing
See Calendar for Closures
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