The eponymous spring at Rum Island is a single fissure in the SW portionof the 200-foot-diameter pool that it forms NW of Rum Island. The water is clear and greenish in tint, and in thedeeper sections is heavily infested with hydrilla. Water flows strongly from a curved flying saucer-shaped cavern entrancethat is about 10 feet long and 3-4 feet high in the center.
Known for: Swimming, accessibility, facilities, scuba, free to the public
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