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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.

 

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BOIL WATER NOTICE:

Biol Wateradvisory

 

The town's BOIL WATER Advisory is NO LONGER IN EFFECT.

Lab results for all sampese are NEGATIVE (4/1/20)

 

 

Council Activities and documents

 

Public Health Executive Order 20-71 (Social Distancing) PDF


Governor's Executive Order #20-69 regarding Public Meetings (PDF)

 

  1. COVID-19 Resource Toolkit PDF

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Events...

  • March
    Wild Azalea Festival -
    • WHITE SPRINGS ANNOUNCES POSTPONEMENT
      OF ANNUAL AZALEA FESTIVAL


      To combat the spread of the coronavirus, White Springs officials have postponed the annual Azalea Festival, which had been scheduled for Friday, March 20 and Saturday, March 21, 2020. The festival will be rescheduled when COVID-19 is contained and no longer a health issue for the general public.
    • More HERE (PDF)
    • Town of White Springs 386-397-2310
      Email: specialeventsws@gmail.com

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.

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White Springs is home of two authors:


Sudye Cauthen
Southern Comforts
cauthen4196@earthlink.net


Tracy Woodard
The Documented History of White Springs Florida
tracy.woodard@gmail.com



 

Canoe tripsAmerican Canoe Adventures

    The Suwannee River flows through areas of pristine river marshlands, bordered by low bluffs, wide sandy banks and ancient woodlands.

Ahmoglee ParkAhmoglee Park

Ahmoglee Okalee Park "My Home Town' In the Seminole Indian Language. Each of three pavilions has its own name as tribute to the native American Indian tribes who originally settled in White Springs; the Timucuan, the Apalachee and the Calusa.

Fuel BankPeople Helping People

White Springs Fuel Bank
A unique way to reduce citizens' heating costs. Volunteers during the cold months: cut, split and deliver wood to those needing assistance with their energy bills.

big shoals parkBig Shoals State Park

Big Shoals State Park features the largest whitewater rapids in Florida.