Take a dip in America's best natural pools

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Madison Blue Spring - This crystal-clear spring on the west bank of the Withlacoochee River is one of Florida's most popular swimming holes. 

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Madison Blue Spring - A word to the wise, if you want to avoid massive crowds that flood the spring during tourist season then be sure to visit early in the day.

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Havasu Falls - In the heart of the Grand Canyon lies one of Arizona's most spectacular swimming holes beneath a breathtaking 100-foot (30-meters) tall waterfall.

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Havasu Falls - The iridescent spring-fed pools maintain an average temperature of 72ºF (22°C)year-round.

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Diana’s Baths - This collection of granite basin pools and miniature waterfalls beneath the Big Attitash Mountain is a must-see when visiting New Hampshire.

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Diana’s Baths - This popular swimming spot in the White Mountain National Forest is also easy to reach, with a fairly flat path half a mile from the closest parking lot.

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Karuse Springs - Regardless of drought, these natural springs keep flowing year-round at 68ºF (20°C), deep in the woods of Hill County, TX.

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Karuse Springs - Because this private park is a bit outside of Spicewood, it is generally less crowded. 

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Falling Water Falls - No hiking needed to see this beauty! You can see this stunning natural wonder just off the road in the Richland Creek area of northern Arkansas.

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Falling Water Falls - This beautiful waterfall spills out into an equally splendid swimming hole that is popular with locals in the summertime.

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Silver Glen Springs - Besides having breathtakingly beautiful blue water, this natural spring basin is also perfect for swimming, snorkeling, and canoeing.

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Silver Glen Springs - This swimming hole along the edge of the Big Scrub in Salt Springs, FL is home to an archaeological site as well.

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Fall Creek Falls - This Tennessee state park is home to an impressive 256-foot (78-meter) waterfall that flows into a plunge pool beneath. 

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Fall Creek Falls - Don't forget to bring your hiking shoes for this one, folks! The path down to the base of the falls is quite steep.

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