Entry Fee : Starting from $2
Timings : 8 am to sunset
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With a rich subtropical forest alongside a clear water spring, this park is placed on an area originally inhabited by Mayaca Indians who named the springs Acuera, meaning ‘Healing Waters’. The spring is a great area for swimming, boating and scuba diving all year round. A very interesting feature of the park has to be the Sugar Mill Restaurant, based on an actual sugar mill from the 1830s. Here you can cook and customize your very own pancakes as well as have other delicacies.
Other activities include paddling, boat-tours and boating along the water as well as a paved nature trail that stretches half a mile and is wheelchair accessible and other longer trails as well. Chair lifts into the swimming area and wheelchair accessible areas are spread throughout the park, and pets are also allowed.
Disability- Friendly : Yes
Best for : Water- related activities
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