Water now safe for swimming, diving
Effective Feb. 12, 2014, the Florida Department of Health in Walton County is rescinding the May 31, 2013 swim advisory for the Morrison Springs bathing place.
DOH Walton feels that water quality in this area has improved considerably due to the reduction in bacteria levels.
DOH will continue to monitor the water quality in this area monthly and routinely advise the public of results. For more information contact the DOH Walton at 850-892-8021.
Morrison Springs in northeast Walton County has been a popular swimming and diving destination for generations. The spring releases crystal clear water at a rate of 70 million gallons a day from a deep underground limestone vent. At a constant 68 degrees, Morrison Springs is the perfect place to cool off on a hot summer day.
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