For open-water scuba diving, travel downriver to Troy Springs State Park, where visitors can dive, snorkel and swim in the 70-foot-deep Troy Spring. The spring hosts the remains of the 19th-century steamboat Madison, which was purposely sunk during the Civil War to avoid capture by Union troops. This site is a breathtaking glimpse of history, surrounded by diverse aquatic life. Troy Springs State Park also offers hiking trails, canoeing, snorkeling, picnic tables and popular geocaching sites. This park is a great place to bring the family together with its beautiful, eclectic scenery. The entry fee is small and the park promises stunning views – many have hosted weddings, holiday celebrations and family gatherings here. Pets are permitted. The park is also equipped with public bathrooms and showers.
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