Troy Spring State Park
About Troy Spring State Park
A NOTE FROM THE MANAGER
The cool, winter days are well spent at Troy Spring State Park where the crystal clear water stays at a refreshing 72 degrees year-round, with the deepest depth at approximately 70 feet. Swim, snorkel or walk along the spring run to see the wreckage of the historic steamship, Madison. Take a hike along the 1/2 mile scenic nature trail located behind the picnic area where you may see whitetail deer or turkey, as well as a variety of birds, and other North Florida wildlife, then relax with the family and enjoy a picnic. For the fishermen grab your poles and fish along the banks of the Historic Suwannee River where you can catch mullet, bream, catfish or bass.
While you are in the area, stop in to see some of the other beautiful nearby State Parks like Wes Skiles Peacock Springs, Ichetucknee Springs, Lafayette Blue Springs State Park, O’Leno River State Park, and Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park.
From Branford go 6 miles on US 27 North. Turn right on CR 425 and go 1.3 miles. Park entrance is on the right. From Mayo take US Highway 27 South approximately 13 miles. Turn left on CR 425 and go 1.3 miles. Park entrance is on the right.
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- North Florida Springs Alliance, Inc.