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

Orange County Springs

Wekiwa Springs
From Interstate 4 north of Orlando, exit west on State Road 434. Go just over a mile, then turn right (north) onto Wekiva Springs Road. Follow about five miles to entrance to Wekiwa Springs State Park on the right. The spring is on the right, just past the pay station.

Rock Springs
From Apopka, at intersection of U.S. 441 and State Road 435, drive north on SR 435 for about 6 miles. Bear right onto Kelly Park Road and drive less than a mile to the county park, following signs for the park. Follow sidewalk and boardwalk to the spring from the main park drive. Alternatively, from Interstate 4, take State Road 436 west until it merges with U.S. 441. Continue west on U.S. 441 to Park Avenue. Go north on Park Avenue for 6 miles, and then turn right onto Kelly Park Road and follow signs to the park and spring.

Seminole County Springs
Clifton Spring
From intersection of Central Florida Greeneway (Highway 417) and Highway 434 in Seminole County, go left (east) onto Highway 434. Turn right (north) onto Spring Avenue, the first road after going under (west of) the Greeneway. Proceed 0.68 miles to the springs at historic marker for White’s Landing.

Elder Spring
From Orlando, go north on U.S. 17/92 for about 12 miles to intersection with Highway 427. Turn right or NE onto 427 and proceed 1.2 miles. The spring is 100 north (on the left side) of the highway in the back yard of an abandoned house. The house is also almost directly across the street from the Free Will Baptist Church.

Lake Jessup Spring
From the intersection of Central Florida Greeneway (Highway 417) and Highway 434 in Seminole County, drive east on 434 for 1.7 miles. Turn right (north) onto Tuskawilla Road. Go 0.58 miles to sharp left and turn left on to Orange Avenue. Orange Avenue becomes dirt. Go 0.3 miles to spring on the right.

Sanlando Spring
From Interstate north of Orlando, exit west onto Stae Road 434 and go a short distance (perhaps half a mile) to the entrance to "The Springs" subdivision. The spring is along one of the main roads in the subdivision near the clubhouse.

Sumter County Springs
Belton's Millpond Springs
In complex of Shady Brook Golf Course and RV park just east of the intersection of U.S 301 and CR 470 in Sumter County. The spring vent areas are near the
main entrance to the property. After turning off the highway, the road immediately turns left and winds back around the golf course and the RV and mobile homes.
the spring vent areas on on the right just after this initial left turn where the elevation drops away into trees. Look for signs of karst terrain--exposed limestone at the
surface.

Maintenance Spring
In complex of Shady Brook Golf Course and RV park just east of the intersection of U.S 301 and CR 470 in Sumter County. The spring is between two holes of the golf course and adjacent to RVs and mobile homes. After turning off the highway, the road immediately turns left and winds back around the golf course and the RV and mobile homes. Look for a circular pond, with woods behind it, a golf cart path along side, a utility pole next to it, and about 150 feet from a low, grassy, manmade rise/hill. It is about 1/5 mile to the west of Belton's Millpond.

I-75 Turnpike Spring
This spring is located just west of Interstate 75 between its intersections with the Florida turnpike and S.R. 44.

Warm Mineral Spring
The springs are located about a mile north of U.S. 41 in North Port in southern Sarasota County, a short distance above Port Charlotte. The entrance is well signposted off U.S. 41.