Welcome to White Springs
Florida's first tourist attraction, located on the banks of the Suwannee River in Hamilton County, Florida…take a step back in time
Many people are attracted to the White Springs community because of the historic Suwannee River which flows right through the Town. The river promises much excitement and entertainment for White Springs as well as the surrounding counties.
March 14-15, 2014White Springs, FL. Celebrate the blooming of Florida’s wild azaleas with music and dance by Florida entertainers, arts and crafts and regional foods, contests and other outdoor activities. Festival goers can purchase azaleas and other local plants to take home. Annually, the third Saturday in March
3rd Saturday of each month
Monthly Swap Meet
Our swap meet is held on or around the third Saturday of each month. There are no set-up charges or admission fees. Read more
- April 4,5,6
Annual Antique Tractor & Engine Show
Hundreds enjoyed Stephen Foster’s 25th Annual Antique Tractor and Engine Show in White Springs, April 4, 5 and 6. Saturday’s weather was especially beautiful and enticed large crowds to enjoy and learn about 200 years of history as exhibitors displayed antique tractors, farm implements and tools from a bygone era..
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History of the
Town of White Springs
White Sulphur Spring has drawn people to the bend in the Suwannee River that is the site of the Town of White Springs for centuries. Artifacts from Paleo-Indians and Timucuans are commonly found there, with shell middens and burial mounds close by.
Canoe tripsAmerican Canoe Adventures
The Suwannee River flows through areas of pristine river marshlands, bordered by low bluffs, wide sandy banks and ancient woodlands.