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Fern Hammock Springs

Fern Hammock Springs is a second-magnitude spring and is one of the most picturesque springs in St. Johns River Water Management District. The irregularly shaped main pool measures about 160 feet from east to west and 75 feet from north to south, with a depth of 2 to 6 feet. A wooden footbridge spans the spring pool near its center.

Known for: Wildlife viewing, Picnic areas, Bridge, Nature Trail

Fern Hammock Springs Experiences & Suggestions (4)

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Juniper Run, Florida Jul 14, 2016 - We flew down to Florida early December on a jaunt to use a Jan. 1 deadline timeshare. We ended up in Palm Coast, which lies between Jacksonville and Daytona Beach and just south of St. Augustine, on the Atlantic side.
Have Steph Will Travel: Blue Spring Road Trip Part 2 Dec 23, 2015 - It's a wonderful thing to have a spring this beautiful all to yourself, so I decided that even though it was still a wee bit chilly outside, I should take advantage of the opportunity to explore the waters solo before a bunch of people showed up.
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Fern Hammock, Salt, Juniper and Alexander Springs Apr 19, 2014 - Our second day started bright and early with a walk around the campground, down the trail to Fern Hammock Springs where we saw a small alligator, and a quick dip in Juniper Springs, followed by breakfast burritos.
Fern Hammock Springs, FL Apr 19, 2010 - This idyllic, ecologically sensitive and protected treasure is located within the Juniper Springs campground boundaries. The tropical appearance belies the chilly temperature of the water. I decided to do a separate post describing it instead of lumping it in with the Juniper Springs post.

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