Town of White Springs
White Springs, on the banks of the Suwannee River captures the charm and grace of Florida’s Riverboat era (1870-1910). Just three miles east of I-75 (Exit 439) on State Road 136 or 4 miles north of I-10 (Exit 301) in North Central Florida. White Springs is the focal point for Nature and Heritage Tourism, hiking, biking, canoeing/kayaking, and camping.
Come and enjoy a laid-back trip to the past. Stroll quiet streets with Victorian era homes, browse folk art and antique shops, visit Big Shoals State Park, tour the world famous Stephen Foster State Folk Cultural Center, and the Nature and Heritage Tourism Center.
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Town of White Springs, Florida
P.O. Drawer D
10363 Bridge Street
White Springs, FL 32096
Monday – Thursday 8:00AM – 4:00PM
Closed Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Town Council Meetings are scheduled on the second Tuesday of every month.
The Suwannee River, a federally designated wild river, flows from the Okefenokee Swamp to the Gulf of Mexico. Mirror smooth black water has carved a twisting channel along high bluffs of moss covered oaks and lime rock cliffs. Visitors enjoy unique, spectacular views of primitive beauty.
Location – Google Maps: White Springs, FL 32096 (Opens in new tab)