Summary of Features
- Scenery - fine
- How Pristine? - completely pristine
- Swimming - no
- Protection - unknown/private
- Crowds - none
- Access - water only
- Facilities - none
- Safety - very good
- Scuba - no
- Cost - free
From Ft. White, drive south on State Road 47 about five miles to the bridge over the Santa Fe River. Approximately ½ mile upriver fromthe boat ramp, on the SW side. The spring is just a few feet upstream of GIL1012973 and directly across the river from COL1012972..
The spring forms a tiny alcove on the riverbank. The spring pool is C-shaped, open to the river, and about 12 feet in diameter. Water flows from a limestone opening against the riverbank, and a clear flow is visible. The spring was about 3 feet deep at the vent, the deepest point on dates of visit in 2000 and 2001.
- Land around the spring is owned by the Suwannee River Water Management District; access is only by canoe.
A very cute little spring that is easy to miss because it is so small. It lies between GIL1012973 and GIL1012972.
- Ginnie Springs group
- Sawdust Spring
- Myrtle's Fissure
- 47 Boatramp Spring (or GIL1012974)
Other Nearby Natural Features
- Ichetucknee Springs State Park
- O'Leno State Park
- San Felasco Hammock State Preserve
- Devil's Millhopper State Geologic Site
- River Rise State Preserve
- Mike Roess Gold Head Branch State Park
Suwannee River Water Management District
Live Oak, FL 32060