This unknown little paradise is definitely worth visiting. Devil’s Den Springs is a source of underground crystal-clear water, a real paradise for divers and snorkeling enthusiasts. Located in a dry cave in Williston, Devil’s Den is the discovery site of fossils of extinct animals dating to the Pleistocene age.
Today, these fossils are exhibited at the Natural History Museum of the University of Florida. The temperature inside the cave is always 72°F, allowing for comfortable diving year-round. Take time to soak up the rich history of the place during your visit.
Scuba diving is possible up to about 50 feet underwater. All the necessary equipment can be rented on-site or you can bring your own. Visitors must be aged 18 or older to enter the cave or must be accompanied by a parent. The cave is not open to swimmers, but the outdoor site welcomes visitors for the night (at campgrounds or in bungalows or tent trailers). Two heated pools are also available, as well as showers, outdoor play areas and picnic tables.