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7 a.m until sundown

Swimming in 58-degree spring water.
Swimming in 68-degree spring water.

The clear water springs of Blue Springs State Park.
The clear water springs of Blue Springs State Park.

Blue Springs State Park is named for the natural spring in the park that pumps 3,600 gallons of water per minute.  The temperature of the water is 68 degrees year round.  The spring is crystal clear with a sandy bottom and swimming is allowed at your own risk, no lifeguard is on duty.