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Putnam County Springs
From intersection of Highways 309 and 308B in Welaka (Putnam County), go south on Highway 309 for 1.5 miles to entrance to Mud Spring trailhead on the west (right) side of the road. Walk about 2/3 mile to spring.
From intersection of U.S. 17 and Highway 309 in Satsuma (Putnam County), drive south on Highway 309 for 2.9 miles and then turn right (west) onto Norton’s Fishcamp Road. Continue another half mile until road ends directly in front of the Satsuma Spring run. The spring is 100 feet to the left.
Sulfur (or Forest) Spring
From intersection of Highways 309 and 308B in Welaka (Putnam County), go south on Highway 309 for 1.5 miles to entrance to Mud Spring trailhead on the west (right) side of the road. Walk about ¼ on Mud Spring trail until trail crosses a wide sand road. Turn left and continue about another 0.4 mile to springs on the left at sign.
At junction of highways 309 and 308B in Welaka, proceed 300 feet west on 308B to public boat ramp. Travel by boat about 1 mile upriver on the St. Johns, enter wide mouth of Welaka run on the right (east) side of the river, and proceed to the spring.
From the intersection of U.S. 17 and State Road 20, go south on U.S. 17 for 0.9 miles. Turn south onto 18th Street and proceed to Twigg Street and the entrance to the Ravine State Gardens. Using a map and directions from state staff. Walk down into the ravines behind the visitors’ center. Proceed upstream along the spring-fed creek (also upstream of the footbridge) to main spring flows in the NW part of the ravines. Other spring flows are in the other 20 ravines in the area.
St. Johns County Springs
Fountain of Youth "Spring"
155 Magnolia Avenue in St. Augustine; part of the Ponce de Leon's Fountain of Youth National Archeological Park.
Lake County Springs
From the intersection of State Roads 19 and 40 in the Ocala National Forest, drive south on SR 19 about 9 miles and turn left (NE) on SR 445 and go about five miles to the well-signposted entrance to the Alexander Springs Recreation Area.