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Bay County Springs
Pitt Spring
Just off State Road 20 about seven miles west of where 20 intersects with U.S. 231 north of Panama City. Turn into Pitt Spring Recreation Area immediately past the bridge and park in lot 75 feet from the spring. From Panama City, drive north on U.S. 231, then turn left onto County Road 2301 which goes through Bayou George, becomes Blue Spring Road, and intersects State Road 20 ¼ mile east of the bridge over Econfina Creek. Follow above directions from there.

Unnamed Spring above Gainer
Off State Road 20 about seven miles west of where it intersects with U.S. 231 north of Panama City. Put canoe in on right where SR20 crosses Econfina Creek and paddle 1/3 mile downstream to small mouth of spring run on the right (west side). The spring is perhaps 150 yards above Gainer Springs.

Gainer Springs Group
Off State Road 20 about seven miles west of where it intersects with U.S. 231 north of Panama City. Put canoe in on right where SR20 crosses Econfina Creek and paddle 1/2 mile downstream to Gainer run/channel on the right (west side).

Emerald Spring
Off State Road 20 about five miles west of where it intersects with U.S. 231 north of Panama City. Put canoe in on right where road crosses Econfina Creek and paddle 1/2 mile downstream just past the run to Gainer Springs. Spring is on the right (west side).

McCormick Springs Group
Off State Road 20 about five miles west of where it intersects with U.S. 231 north of Panama City. Put canoe in on where road crosses Econfina Creek and paddle 0.6 mile downstream just past the run to Gainer Springs and Emerald Spring. The McCormick Springs run is almost directly across the river from Emerald Spring.

Unknown Spring below Emerald Spring
Off State Road 20 about seven miles west of where it intersects with U.S. 231 north of Panama City. Put canoe in on right where SR20 crosses Econfina Creek and paddle 2/3 mile downstream to two sets of springs on the right (west) side just before a large bend in the river to the left. The spring is perhaps 250 yards below Emerald Springs.