Rainbow River in Florida

The Rainbow River located in Dunnellon, Florida is a gently winding river as well as a great tourist attrition. Springs at the headwaters along with smaller springs discharging from caves and rock crevices are a part of this amazing river. The 5.7-mile-long river which merges with the Withlacoochee River has its colorful bed thanks to various species of moss and algae. Moreover, the Rainbow River is now the habitat of many fish, vegetation and wildlife in the area. Visiting the Rainbow River, tourists can have the opportunity to explore the natural beauty of Rainbow Springs State Park. The park is a popular destination to swim, canoe, picnic, stroll and enjoy a wide range of plants and animals.


The Rainbow River is 5.7 miles long and merges with the Withlacoochee River at Dunnellon, Florida


The river bed is covered in an array of colors including blue, green and red


The Rainbow River is formed by Rainbow Springs


The Rainbow River offers peaceful atmosphere and wonderful sceneries to nature enthusiasts.


The Rainbow River is considered to be one of the world’s most amazing rivers


The rainbow river features various fish, crystal clear water, wildlife and vegetation


Traveling to the Rainbow River, you can not miss the Rainbow Springs State Park


The strange river attracts a lot of tourists every year


The Rainbow River is commonly known as the river of five colors


In addition to the springs located at the headwaters, there are many smaller springs that discharge from numerous caves and rock crevices help to form the river.



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