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Weeki Wachee, Florida  offers much in the way of solitude if that’s something that inspires you when you looking for a vacation destination.  With a population of 13, Weeki Wachee is one of the smallest communities in Florida, so why consider this small burg to vacation? It’s simple, really; because it’s is an amazing experience. Weeki Wachee was named by the Seminole Indians. It means “little spring” or “winding river.” The spring is so deep that the bottom has never been found.

Located within a 60 minute drive from Tampa’s International Airport, Weeki Wachee offers an amazing array of outdoor activities that are sure to please outdoors enthusiasts, water sports aficionados, and wetland adventurers. The Weeki Wachee Springs State Park prides itself on its world-famous underwater mermaid show, while the nearby Buccaneer Bay Water Park gives access to water recreation and beach activities for the whole family all just moments from your Weeki Wachee vacation rental.

Take, for example, the famous underwater mermaid show mentioned above. Weeki Wachee proudly bills itself as "The Only City with Live Mermaids."  The entertainment presents itself at the Weeki Wachee Springs State Park where the water bubbles up from the aquifer at a consistent 74 degrees. The water is so remarkably clear that the limestone walls can be clearly seen more than 100 feet away through the glass windows of the theatre.  The theatre is located 20 feet below the water’s surface, and it’s here that you can watch the human mermaids perform as they have for more than 63 years.

Buccaneer Bay Waterpark is a throwback attraction from a kinder, gentler time. Located inside Weeki Wachee Springs State Park, this waterpark features four awesome waterslides, three of which end with a big splash in the natural Weeki Wachee Springs! If you’re an adrenaline junkie, an exhilarating trip down the fun-filled flume is sure to scratch your itch! For those with little ones just remember that a height requirement of 42 inches applies to Pirate’s Revenge and the Thunderbolt flumes, and 48 inches to ride the Cannonball.

There are dozens of vacation rentals available as well as restaurants, all of which help to make your visit to Weeki Wachee complete.

Once you’ve booked your Weeki Wachee vacation rental you can start planning just what you’re going to do when in town. And the list of activities on offer shouldn’t disappoint. You can have fun with the kids splashing about in pools and sprawling out on sands or you could take in an animal show or watch mermaids perform. There are sprawling state parks to explore and lots of action to be had on the water, too – think everything from water paddling and kayaking to organized fishing tours and eco trips to the area’s coves and wetlands.

For a truly unique experience the whole family will enjoy, visit the sprawling Weeki Wachee Springs State Park. It’s 400-seat submerged theater is the place to see mermaids in action as they dance and whirl around in the water. The Buccaneer Bay Water Park, meanwhile, offers thrilling waterslides, a white sandy beach area, and covered picnic pavilions, which provide a relaxing space for the entire family. You’ll also discover animal shows here, and be able to get up close to manatees, otters, fish, and reptiles. Nearby, you’ll find plenty of Weeki Wachee vacation rentals, from waterfront cottages to pet-friendly pads

 The Gulf Stream running across North Florida keeps temperatures hot all-year through in Weeki Wachee, with the most scorching temperatures occurring in July and August. Winter, spring, and fall are often less busy times to visit, and the weather tends to be a little less humid. The nearby tropical ocean offers some of the warmest sea waters in the States, which should delight of pirates, mermaids, and surfers of all ages.