Located in San Marcos, TX at the headwaters of the San Marcos River, more than 200 artesian springs bubble up to form Spring Lake. Here, human history stretches back more than 12,000 years and is home to 8 threatened or endangered species resulting in a one-of-a-kind diving experience.
Spring Lake at The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment is home to:
• Crystal-clear waters that remain a constant 72 degrees year-round
• One of the largest aquifer-driven spring systems in the world
• The longest continuously inhabited site by humans in North America
• Unique and abundant natural resources found nowhere else
Due to the excellent visibility and consistent 72 degree water temperature, diving at Spring Lake is perfect all year long.
From IH-35, take exit 206 and travel west from the light on Aquarena Springs Dr. Travel through 2 stop lights. Stay in right lane to avoid Loop 82 overpass. Go over the railroad crossing and use the left lane to turn left on Post Road. Turn right on San Marcos Springs Drive (across from Bobcat Stadium).