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Rock Springs Run State Reserve

 About Rock Springs Run State Reserve

Two women on horseback. Photo by Doug Shaw.

A NOTE FROM THE MANAGER

Robert Brooks

Rock Springs Run is a great place to enjoy some of the Real Florida. There are extensive trails that can be used by hikers, mountain bikers and horses. The trails transverse through many habitat communities and provide opportunities to observe wildlife in their environment. At the horse barn visitors can enjoy a guided horse ride, or if you have your own horses we have restrooms, stables, and horse camping area.
Anyone visiting an outdoor area has a responsibility to not leave behind waste, ensure fires are extinguished, and not destroy any of the resources. Help us protect and preserve our managed lands.


We look forward to the opportunity to serve you and your family.

GETTING HERE

Rock Springs Run State Reserve is located in Sorrento, approximately 30 miles north of Orlando. From Interstate 4, take Exit 101C and travel west on State Road 46 for approximately ten miles to the park entrance located at the beginning of County Road 433 (County Road 433 is not marked-it begins at the entrance to the park; The park entrance will be on the left if traveling from Interstate 4 and is framed by a very tall chain link fence. The park entrance is approximately 3 miles west of the Wekiva River bridge on State Road 46. Please call the park at (407) 884 2008 if further directions are needed.

GET INVOLVED

CONCESSIONAIRES

  • Cactus Jack's Trail Rides - Guided equestrian tours.
    Contact Deb Zito, (352) 266-9326
  • Hammock House Rentals - The Hammock House on the Wekiva River is a gorgeous resort rental cabin. It hosts 3 bedrooms/3 bathrooms, stone fireplace, huge decks under an Oak Hammock right on the Wekiva River with 2 canoes available to guests. Looking for a quiet getaway? This vacation rental is a jewel in the woods, yet so close to Orlando, Sanford, Lake Mary, and Mount Dora.
    Contact Jamie or Debbie Zito, (352) 266-9326

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