Sulfur Spring Orange County, Florida is a natural fresh water spring. The location of this natural spring was obtained from Bulletin No.66 Springs of Florida published 2004 by the Florida Geological Survey. Additional information is provided by the author.
This information is intended for visitors, vacation planning, casual research and exploration. Canoeing, kayaking, camping, wildlife viewing, boating, swimming, and SCUBA, are popular recreactional pastimes at Florida's beautiful natural springs. While most of the major springs offer these opportunities, remember that not all springs are accessible to the public.
Orange County, Florida
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