Springs Fever: A Field & Recreation Guide to 500 Florida Springs.
2nd Edition by Joe Follman and Richard Buchanan

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Unnamed 2-Tree/3-Trailer Seep
Jackson County
  • Summary of Features
    • Scale—<1 gallon per minute, estimated 
    • Scenery—Very good 
    • How Pristine?—Very pristine 
    • Swimming—No 
    • Protection—Unknown 
    • Crowds—None 
    • Access—Good, by boat only 
    • Facilities—None 
    • Safety—Good 
    • Scuba—No 
    • Cost—Free 

    Directions
    Accessible via small boat.  From the center of Marianna on U.S. 90, go north on Jefferson Street (State Road 167—the same turn as for Florida Cavern State Park) and proceed about 1.5 miles to the bridge over the Chipola River. Put in and go downstream about 6.75 miles.  The spring is onthe east bank, a little below the two spring runs that cascade/tumble intothe river.  The spring is at the base/roots of two large trees and directly across from the middle of three mobile home that are on the opposite (west) bank.  GPS coordinates: N30.44.503; W85.12.701.

    For maps, driving directions, satellite imagery, and topographicrepresentations as well as weather conditions at this spring, go to GregJohnson's informative "Florida Springs Database" web site at the followingaddress:  http://www.ThisWaytothe.Net/springs/floridasprings.htm#Florida

    Spring Description
    The seep is at the edge of the river below two large trees.  On date of visit, water trickled out of the bank at the river's edge over a small patch (about 1 foot in diameter) of whitish limestone and directly into the river. The area above the visible flow is a tangle of tree roots.

    Use/Access
    There is no apparent use of the spring, which is in a pristine condition.

    Nearby Springs

    • Baltzell (or Bosel or Bozel) Springs group
    • Blue Hole Spring
    • Sandbag Spring
    • Unamed Grotto/Wastewater Spring
    • Unnamed Alcove Spring
    • Unnamed Chipola Riverbank Springs
    • Dykes Spring
    • Unnamed Spring Cascade
    • Delightful Grotto Spring and Cascade
    • Unnamed Rock Overhang Seep
    • Unnamed Possible Chipola Spring Runs (5)
    • Unnamed Chipola West Bank Seeps
    • Unnamed Limestone Boulders Spring
    • Possible Spring run Near Highway 280 Bridge
    • Merrit’s Mill Pond Springs (Jackson Blue, Shangri-La, Twin Caves, Indian Washtub, Gator)
    • Spring Lake Springs (Black, Double, Gadsen [or Gadsden], Millpond, Springboard, Coffin)
    Other Nearby Natural Features
    Florida Caverns State Park
    Three Rivers State Park
    Falling Water State Park
    Torreya State Park
    Apalachicola Bluffs and Ravines Preserve