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Counties: Nassau, Duval, Clay, Bradford, Alachua, Levy, Dixie, Taylor, Madison, Hamilton, Columbia, Baker, Union, Gilchrist, Lafayette, Suwannee

Columbia County Springs

COL428981 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 1/2 mile. Look for a small (3-5 feet) opening in the bank on the left that is the mouth of the spring.

Columbia 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 downriver about ¼ mile to the spring run on the right.

Allen Spring (or COL428982)
About 1.5 mile below the put-in at the U.S. 27 bridge on the right in the NE end of a widening of the river.

COL101971 Spring
A few minutes’ paddle between Pickard Spring and Jonathan Spring on the Columbia County (north) side of the river.

COL101974 Spring
South and east of the parking area at Rum Island County Park. From High Springs, drive NW on US 27/SR20 about four miles. Turn left (west) onto State Road 138 and drive about two miles to turnoff to the left (south) at sign for Rum Island. Follow dirt road about 1.5 miles to river. The spring is across from the east end of Rum Island.

Rum Island Spring
Located along the bank (where exactly) at Rum Island County Park. From High Springs, drive NW on US 27/SR20 about four miles. Turn left (west) onto State Road 138 and drive about two miles to turnoff to the left (south) at sign for Rum Island. Follow dirt road about 1.5 miles to river. The spring is in a large pool to the right (west) of the parking area.

July Spring
Accessible from the Ginnie Springs complex. From High Springs, drive south on U.S. 27/41 about 1 mile. Turn west (right) onto State Road 340 (Poe Springs Road) and drive about 6.5 miles and then turn right onto graded road at sign for Ginnie Springs. Follow another mile to the entrance. July Spring is directly across the river from the three Devils springs at the upstream end of the Ginnie Springs complex.

Sawdust Spring
At the downstream end and across the river from the Ginnie Springs complex. From High Springs, drive south on U.S. 27/41 about 1 mile. Turn west (right) onto State Road 340 (Poe Springs Road) and drive about 6.5 miles and then turn right onto graded road at sign for Ginnie Springs. Follow another mile to the entrance. The spring is across the river from and between Twin Spring and Deer Spring.

COL1012972 Spring
From Ft. White, drive south on State Road 47 about five miles to the bridge over the Santa Fe River. Approximately ½ mile upriver from the boat ramp, on the northeast side. The spring is a few minutes downstream of COL1012971 and about 2 minutes’ paddle upstream of Myrtle’s Fissure. The spring is also directly across from the head of a small island and GIL1012973, a large first-magnitude spring in the riverbed at the head of the island.

COL1012971 Spring
From Ft. White, drive south on State Road 47 about five miles to the bridge over the Santa Fe River. The spring is approximately 2/3 mile upriver from the boat ramp, on the northeast side. The spring is about 0.3 miles upstream of Myrtle’s Fissure. Look for a small opening in the bank on the right, and a larger opening about 60 feet further downstream. Both entrances lead to the spring.

Myrtle's Fissure Spring
From Ft. White, drive south on State Road 47 about five miles to the bridge over the Santa Fe River. The spring is about 1/3 mile upriver from the boat ramp on the north side.

Little Awesome Siphon

GIL1012971 Spring
From Ft. White, drive south on State Road 47 about five miles to the bridge over the Santa Fe River. Approximately ½ mile upriver from the boat ramp, on the SW side. The spring is almost immediately upstream of GIL1012972 and GIL 1012973 and about 2 minutes’ paddle upstream of Myrtle’s Fissure.

Cedar Spring
Shortly past GIL928971 on north side of Santa Fe River on lot past house with pontoon boat.

COL928971
A little more than 2 miles below State Road 47 bridge on north bank of Santa Fe River.

Wilson Spring
From U.S. 27 in Ft. White, take Wilson Springs Road west about 4 miles to the spring and boat ramp on the Santa Fe River. The spring is also about 3 miles downriver from the boat ramp where State Road 47 crosses the Santa Fe River.

Unnamed Possible Spring
From U.S. 27 in Ft. White, take Wilson Springs Road west about 4 miles to the spring and boat ramp on the Santa Fe River on Santa Fe River. Go downriver on the Santa Fe 2-3 miles, past 2 sets of small shoals and a hairpin turn. The spring is on the north (right) side of the river in a neighborhood after the dramatic river turn. Also located about 20 minutes’ paddle upriver from the Oasis Spring boat ramp. To get to the Oasis boat ramp: From Branford, drive east/south on U.S. 27 to junction with Highway 129/49. Turn south. Drive about 5 miles to Highway 138 and turn east. Drive 3.4 miles to NE 2nd Way. Follow 2nd Way for 2.6 miles to dirt road on right and the boat ramp.

COL917971
1-2 houses past the unnamed possible spring above, 20 minutes’ paddle upriver on the Santa Fe from private boat ramp at Oasis Spring or 2-3 miles below boat ramp at Wilson Spring.

Sunbeam Spring
Five minutes past the unnamed possible spring and COL917971 Spring on the Santa Fe River. 15-20 minute paddle upriver from private boat ramp at Oasis Spring near the middle of the river.

Ichetucknee (or Head) Spring
From Branford, drive SE on U.S. 27 for about 10 miles. Turn north (left) at park sign onto State Road 137. Take first paved road on the right (State Road 238) to park entrance on the right. The spring is 250 feet from the head of the main parking area on the left below the restrooms.

The Ichetucknee River

Blue Hole Spring
From Branford, drive SE on U.S. 27 for about 10 miles. Turn north (left) at park sign onto State Road 137. Take first paved road on the right (State Road 238) to the park entrance on the right. The spring is at the end of a 1/3 mile boardwalk and path that begins just a few feet from the head of the main parking area. From the river, the spring’s fenced-off run is about 1,500 feet below Ichetucknee Spring.

Cedar Head Spring (on the Ichetucknee)
From Branford, drive SE on U.S. 27 for about 10 miles. Turn north (left) at park sign onto State Road 137. Take first paved road on the right (State Road 238) to the park entrance on the right. The spring is between Ichetucknee and Blue Hole Springs. Walk to Blue Hole Spring and follow run from Cedar Head Spring 1,000 feet to the north.

Mission/Roaring/Fig/Singing Springs
From Branford, drive SE on U.S. 27 for about 10 miles. Turn north (left) at park sign onto State Road 137. Take first paved road on the right (State Road 238) to the park entrance on the right. Put in canoe at launch. The springs are on the perimeter of an island that is about 1,500 feet downstream (about a 5-minute paddle) from Blue Hole Spring on the same (left or east) side.

Grassy Hole Spring (on the Ichetucknee)
From Branford, drive SE on U.S. 27 for about 10 miles. Turn north (left) at park sign onto State Road 137. Take first paved road on the right (State Road 238) to the park entrance on the right. The spring is ¼-1/3 mile downstream from Devil's Eye Springs on the same (right or west) side.

Mill Pond Spring (on the Ichetucknee)
From Branford, drive SE on U.S. 27 for about 10 miles. Turn north (left) at park sign onto State Road 137. Take first paved road on the right (State Road 238) to the park entrance on the right. The spring is immediately (about 150 feet) after Grassy Hole Spring on the opposite (left or east) side of the river.

 


   



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