Troy Spring State Park
About Troy Spring State Park
A NOTE FROM THE MANAGER
Troy Spring State Park is closed for swimming and diving due to brown out conditions. The amenities will be re-opened as soon as it is safe to do so. The rest of the park is open for other recreational activities.
Spring is here and it is a wonderful time to visit Troy Spring State Park where the crystal clear water is 72 degrees with the deepest depth at approximately 70 feet. Take a hike along the 1/2 mile scenic nature trail located behind the picnic area where you may see whitetail deer, turkey, gopher tortoise, variety of birds, and other North Florida wildlife, later relax with the family and enjoy a picnic. For the fisherman grab your pole and fish along the banks of the Historic Suwannee River where you can catch mullet, brim or large mouth bass. If you get really lucky, you might spot a Gulf Sturgeon leaping high in the air and then making a mighty splash! Hope to see you soon!
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.