The 210-acre Gemini Springs was purchased in 1994 through the combined efforts of Volusia County, the Trust for Public Lands, the St. Johns River Water Management District and the Florida Communities Trust. Approximately 6.5 million gallons of sparkling fresh water bubble up from the two springs each day.
Known for: Nature trails, bike trails, side walk, no Swimming, camping
Gemini Springs Experiences & Suggestions (5)
Set 1 of 3
Jun 3, 2017
- A couple of days ago I got down to Ginnie Springs about an hour before sunset. Miraculously, I had the springs to myself almost the entire time I was there.
Jan 23, 2016
- Located on the Debary Bayou, Gemini Springs is a large (210 acre) park great for a cool afternoon stroll in winter. In summer? Still a nice place to visit but there is no swimming allowed so it can be plenty hot.
Set 2 of 3
Jun 7, 2015
- June 6 was National Trails Day, a nationwide celebration of America's trails as coordinated by the American Hiking Society. A variety of trail events went on statewide
Oct 4, 2014
- Today had marked my second visit to Gemini Springs in the past few years. The last time out, I was visiting some friends playing flag football in the open green spaces of this park.
Set 3 of 3
Jul 1, 2014
- In July I birded at Gemini Springs 5 times and recorded 31 different species. It's a bit pathetic, but it's a great improvement over the measly 25 I saw during July 2013. The complete list from this month is at the end of this post.
Gemini Springs Photography
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