What is a Blue Hole?

Blue Hole Springs are unique geologic features that connect our above-ground river to a mysterious world of water deep under the earth's surface.

The Flint RiverQuarium's Blue Hole Spring is a unique Southwest Georgia underwater world.  It is 22-feet deep and holds an amazing 175,000 gallons of water, as well as over 100 fish, including striped bass, gar, catfish and large mouth bass.

Explore it from the surface to the depths through a panorama of discovery points. See more than 100 kinds of fish, turtles, alligators, snapping turtles and other creatures that make the RiverQuarium Blue Hole their home.

Click here to learn more about the exhibits at the Flint RiverQuarium.