Green Springs Park covers 36 acres of pristine nature and has one of Florida?s few green sulfur springs.
Visitors can enjoy paved and natural trails, scenic overlooks, a playground and picnic pavilions. No swimming or fishing allowed
Known for: Paved and natural trails, scenic overlooks, playground, picnic tables, grill, picnic pavilions
Green Springs Experiences & Suggestions (4)
Set 1 of 2
Sep 30, 2015
- Green Springs is one of my favorite places in Florida. It is a place of profound beauty and some of the most unique sulfur springs in Florida. It wasn't until I was in my early twenties did I know it even existed. I'd had grown up in Deltona and went to Gemini and Blue Springs quite often as a kid to swim in warm summer months.
Sep 27, 2014
- A friend had suggested visiting Green Springs Park in Volusia County at the beginning of September. He had mentioned an affinity for walking the premises with his wife at dusk.
Set 2 of 2
Sep 18, 2014
- I'm a little bummed I couldn't get a shot of this cute little bug in focus, but I was being swarmed by mosquitoes and quickly made an exit to stop by a nearby store for some repellent. However, he was was just too cute not to share anyway!
Aug 6, 2014
- I ventured to Green Springs the other morning and despite it being hot as hell and ridden with mosquitoes, it was quite lovely. It can't believe I didn't realize such a cool place even existed right here in town!
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