Find that Old Florida Vibe
Step into the past at the only natural warm spring in Florida! With a consistent average temperature of 85 degrees year-round, Warm Mineral Springs Park provides visitors with a number of therapeutic and passive recreation options. The spring is rumored to have one of the highest mineral contents of any natural spring in the United States. With anaerobic and highly mineralized properties, internationally known for its purported healing qualities, the park attracts more than 100,000 visitors annually who journey to soak in its waters.
The springs and the buildings are listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Evidence of prehistoric man, saber-toothed tigers and giant sloths have been discovered here, and date back more than 10,000 years! The buildings were built to celebrate Florida’s Quadricentennial and were designed by architect Jack West, one of the leaders of the Sarasota School of Architecture
At Warm Mineral Springs Park, you will find a day full of relaxation. A variety of spa services are available to those who book in advance by calling (941) 426-1692. An onsite gift shop offers sundry items and souvenirs for puchase.
From Interstate 75: Take River Road (Exit 191) south toward U.S. 41. Make a left on U.S. 41/Tamiami Trail. Make a left on Ortiz Boulevard. Warm Mineral Springs will be on the right.
From U.S. 41: Take U.S. 41/Tamiami Trail to North Port. Turn north on Ortiz Boulevard. Warm Mineral Springs will be on the right.
The City of North Port purchased Sarasota County’s interest in the Springs on Friday, September 26, 2014 for $2.75 million. The City of North Port contracts with National and State Park Concessions, Inc., to operate the natural spring and its facilities. The City receives 100 percent of the admission sales. The management company receives $49,590 monthly to operate the park.
Tickets are not refundable, cannot be exchanged, and cannot be reissued if lost or stolen. Same day re-entry is permitted. Residents include all of Sarasota County. Proof of residency includes driver's license, FPL bill, water bill, tax bill, deed. Entry pricing, including sales tax, is as follows:
|Adults (age 18 and above)||$15||$20|
|Students (ages 6-17)||$11.25||$15|
|Children (ages 5 and younger)||FREE||FREE|
|10 Visit Pass*||$112.50||$150|
|30 Visit Pass||$150||$200|
*Not unique to single patron. Good for 10 visits within 1 year of purchase.
To ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all park visitors, please respect the following rules:
- Children 10 years and younger must stay in the children’s area.
- Children ages 11-16 must remain in the outer perimeter.
- You must be 17 years or older to swim in the middle.
- No toys are allowed in the water.
- Pool noodles are allowed everywhere in the water.
- No changing in or near the water; changing facilities are available.
- No food or drinks in the water.
- No one is allowed to take water from the Spring.
- No smoking of any type is allowed; a designated smoking area is located outside the main entrance.
- No patrons may block the entrance or exit ramps.
- Amplification devices for the producing or reproducing of sound are prohibited.
- No Refunds, Rain Checks, or Exchanges.
- No Coolers of any kind
- No Smoking of any kind
Come relax in the soothing waters and enjoy spa services at Warm Mineral Springs. Call Warm Mineral Springs at (941) 426-1692 to book in advance.
- 1/2 hour is $45
- 1 hour is $75
- 1 1/2 hour is $110
- Deep Tissue
- 1/2 hour is $65
- 1 hour is $95
- 1 1/2 hour is 140
- Hot Stone
- 1 hour is $115
- 1 hour $75
- Signature - 1 hour is $75
- Anti-Aging - 1 hour is $95
- Hot Stone - 1 hour is $105
Skin Care Prices:
- Mini Facial - 30 minutes is $45
- Body Scrub - 45 minutes is $60
- Body Wrap - 1 hour is $85
- Lip - $10
- Chin - $10
- Brows - $15
- Lip, chin, brows - $30
- Eyebrow Tint - $15
- Eyelash Tint - $15
- Eyebrow and Eyelash Tints - $25
Are there chairs, floaties, towels, showers, bathrooms, etc. available for use or for rent?
Chairs and chaise loungers are available at the facility at no cost on a first-come, first-served basis. Towels, pool noodles, hats and similar are available for purchase or you may bring your own. Inflatable floats are not permitted.
Showers, restrooms, and lockers are available onsite.
Is there food available for purchase? If so, would that include alcoholic beverages?
Currently, there is no food service on-site, however food and drinks can be brought into the park, but not in coolers. Alcohol is not permitted in the park.
Is there a way to post the daily activity list and times instead of just the number to call to find out?
At this time, programming varies. Contacting the park at (941) 426-1692 is the best way to have accurate up to date information.