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Counties:

St. Johns, Flagler, Volusia, Brevard, Indian River, Osceolo, Polk, Sumter, Citrus, Marion, Putnam, Lake, Seminole, Orange

Marion County Springs

Silver Glen Springs
The spring is six miles north of the junction of State Roads 19 and 40 along SR 19 in the middle of the Ocala National Forest. Look for signs for the spring recreation area on the east side of SR 19.

Fern Hammock Springs
In campground at Juniper Springs Recreation Area in the Ocala National Forest.

Juniper Springs
The spring entrance is clearly signposted and is about 5 miles east of the junction of State Roads 19 and 40 on the north side of SR 40 in the Ocala National Forest.

Salt Springs
The entrance to the spring is well-signposted and is just north of the intersection of State Roads 314 and 19 in the town of Salt Springs on the east side of SR 19.

Sweetwater Springs
From the intersection of State Roads 40 and 19 in the Ocala National Forest, drive about three miles north on SR 19 to where the highway crosses Juniper Creek. Put in and canoe about 0.6 miles upriver to mouth of Sweetwater Spring run on the right and go a short distance (about 135 feet) to the spring. Note: a sign at the mouth of the spring run declares that one may not enter the spring basin. Access by land limited to people who win a lottery to stay a week at the cabin on the creek. The entrance to the spring by land is a 1-mile dirt drive a few hundred feet north of the bridge over Juniper Creek on the west side of the road.

Silver Springs
From Interstate 75, take exit 70 and drive east on State Road 40 about 10 miles through Ocala to the well-signposted spring attraction entrance on the right.

Orange Spring
From county line where Highway 21 crosses Orange Creek into Marion County from Putnam County, take first turn east into parking lot for Acappella Natural Spring Water bottling plant. The spring is behind the plant.

Rainbow Springs
From the intersection of U.S. 41 and Highways 40/484 in Dunnellon, drive north 3-4 miles to Rainbow Springs State Park entrance on the right (east) side. Follow park entrance road to parking area and walk to spring.

Volusia County Springs

DeLeon (or Ponce De Leon) Springs
From Deland, drive north on U.S. 17 for 8-9 miles to the town of De Leon Springs. Follow large brown signs from U.S. 17 to the state recreation area, which is located on the corner of Ponce De Leon and Burt Parks Roads.

Blue Springs
In Orange City along U.S. 17/U.S. 92, turn west onto French Avenue at sign for Blue Spring State Park and proceed about two miles to the park entrance. Follow park road to spring run and walk on boardwalk to springhead.

Gemini Springs
From Interstate 4, take Enterprise Road exit at DeBary. Go west on Enterprise Road a short distance (mile or two?) to the entrance to Gemini Springs Park.