Since 1947, millions of visitors have been amazed and charmed by the world famous mermaids who inhabit the spring. In addition to live mermaid shows, Weeki Wachee Springs State Park offers a river boat cruise, animal shows and Florida's only spring-fed water park, Buccaneer Bay.
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If you’re in the Weeki Wachee area and you’re looking for something to do, the springs are actually pretty incredible. Cold and deep, they’re especially nice for a hot day. If you didn’t bring your bathing suit, the mermaid show is also worth a visit. Plus, there’s a relaxing boat trip you can take.
This is a fun park! The mermaids are something special and there is some cool scuba diving in the spring before the park opens. Worth the trip!