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Alachua County Springs

Treehouse Spring
From downtown High Springs drive about two miles north on U.S. 41/441 to bridge over the Santa Fe. The boat ramp to the river is on the NW side of the bridge. Put in and go upriver about 2/3 mile. Look for a circular cove on the right, created by the spring.

Hornsby Spring
From downtown High Springs, drive about 1 mile on U.S. 41/441 to entrance to (and sign for) Camp Kulaqua on the right. Follow dirt road about 1.5 miles to Camp Kulaqua grounds and the spring. There are signs in the Camp.

Darby Spring
From downtown High Springs drive about two miles north on U.S. 41/441 to bridge over the Santa Fe. The boat ramp to the river is on the NW side of the bridge. Put in and go upriver about 100 yards to spring run on the right. Look for small dock.

ALA930972 (US 27 Ramp) Spring
From downtown High Springs, drive northwest on U.S. 27/SR 20 about 2.5 miles to where the highway crosses the Santa Fe River. A launch ramp and parking area are just past the river on the right (north) side of the road. Launch upriver (to the left or north). The spring lies in the river about 150 feet from the boat ramp, near the north bank, about 15 feet from shore and nearly underneath the limbs of an oak tree.

ALA930971 (Alcove and Log) Spring
About a half-mile downriver from the put-in at the U.S. 27 bridge over the Santa Fe River in an alcove on the left.

Poe Springs
From High Springs, drive south on US 41/27 about one mile. Turn west (right) onto State Road 340 (Poe Springs Road) and proceed about 2.5 miles to entrance to Poe Springs County Park. Follow signs to the spring, which is a ¼ mile walk from the parking area.

Unnamed Spring below Poe
From High Springs, drive south on US 41/27 about one mile. Turn west (right) onto State Road 340 (Poe Springs Road) and proceed about 2.5 miles to entrance to Poe Springs County Park. Follow signs to the boatramp, and the spring is upriver a short distance (less than a 1/4 mile), about 250 feet downstream of the mouth of the Poe Spring run along the south bank of the Santa Fe River.

Bouleware Spring
From intersection of Highways 26 and 20, go one block east on Highway 20. Turn right (south) onto SE 15th Street (also called County Road 2043) and proceed 2 miles to the spring park at the sign on the right.

Glen Spring
From intersection of U.S. 441 and State Road 26 in central Gainesville, go north on U.S. 441 (also called NW 13th Street) about 2 miles. Turn west/left onto 232A/NW 23rd Avenue and proceed a short distance to parking lot of the Elks Lodge. The spring is behind the Elks building.

Magnesia Spring
From Gainesville, go west on Highway 20 about 8 miles to intersection with Highway 2041. Turn right/south onto 2041. Go a short distance and then turn left/east onto SE County Road 2082. Drive on 2082 for 2.8 miles and then turn right/south at mailbox - the turn is just east of/after a fenced state transportation site on the left. Proceed 0.3 miles on sand road, then turn right and go another 400 feet to the spring on the left.