Out in the middle of central Florida is the tiny Blue Spring State Park. Its nothing to look at as you approach. Even inside the park you wonder what the natural environs have to offer. Then you walk to the boardwalk and you see - millions of manatees. We'll not millions, but probably a hundred. The manatees only winter in the park, so they are not around in summer. You get a really up close look at them - assuming they are swimming on the boardwalk side of the spring - which they were! The only negative - and it was actually a BIG negative - was how noisy the kids were. I had at least two different scout groups, of more than 50 kids each, pass me on the boardwalk. The kids were yelling, running, and stamping on the boardwalk . Fortunately the manatees didn't seem to care.
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