Florida State Parks – Troy Springs

The focal point of Troy Springs State Park is, of course, the spring, gushing water from the underground aquifer 70 feet beneath the surface. The clear water of the spring – looking cobalt blue from the surrounding shore – has formed a circular pool, eventually flowing into the wide Suwannee River. Cypress trees and their associated knees create a living, green border, while a wooden overlook provides visitors with a higher view of the spring.


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