FLORIDA SPRINGS INSTITUTE
The Howard T. Odum Florida Springs Institute aims to educate the public on our natural water resources any every way we can. One way of doing this is getting outdoors and seeing them first hand! Springs Outings are for all ages groups, whether you're a beginner or a water expert! Each Springs Outing is led by Florida Springs Institute staff and an expert on our regions water resources. These events are perfect for those who wish to explore some of the more hidden springs and rivers of Florida and learn everything about how they work!
UPCOMING SPRINGS OUTINGS
- 4/13/18 Seminole State Forest and Springs
* Become a member today and get your first Springs Outing free! www.floridaspringsinstitute.org/join-us. After you join, shoot us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) and let us know what Springs Outing you'd like to attend.
- SEMINOLE STATE FOREST AND SPRINGS -
FRIDAY, APRIL 13TH, 2018
SPRINGS OUTING DETAILS
Visiting: Blackwater Creek, Sharks Tooth Spring, Moccasin Spring, Palm Spring (restoration story), Rock Cub Spring, maybe also Markee Spring and Helene Spring
Meeting location: Bear Pond Trailhead, located off of State Road 46, approximately five miles west of Interstate 4 near Sanford/Orlando
Meet at Bear Pond Trailhead (Address: 31852 Wekiva River Rd, Sorrento, FL 32776) and carpool into forest (leaving some vehicles in parking lot). Springs Outing participants can drive to the vicinity of most springs. Some are more remote and require a moderate hike. Be sure to bring a packed lunch! We always take time around 12 PM to sit down and enjoy lunch outdoors. Approximate time in forest 4-5 hours.