Hiking the world famous Three Sisters Spring refuge and dscover the sanctuary for the West Indian Manatee
Three Sisters Springs - a 57 acre refuge around, there is a quarter mile boardwalk with viewing platforms to observe the springs and native wildlife. There are also at least 1.5 miles of nature trails that you can explore to see views of Kings Bay, Magnolia Springs, Lake Crystal and wetlands.
Three Sisters Springs is a world-renowned sanctuary for the West Indian Manatee during the winter; however, at the refuge you can see many native and migratory species year-round.
The Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge (CRNWR) is mostly accessible to visitors by water; only the Three Sisters Springs property provides land access to see the springs. CRNWR does not provide water access to visitors at this site, but there are many boat ramps/launches in Crystal River
Part of the Crystal River National Wildlife Refuge, City of Crystal River Parks & Southwest Florida Water Management District
Head north on US-19 N/US-98 N/N Suncoast Blvdtoward W Anna Gail Ln
Destination will be on the right
Parking is available near the gate entrace