Wakulla Springs State Park Topo Map

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Includes: Sally Ward and Bypass Trails, Hammock Trail. Wakulla Springs is not only large, it is majestic. The spring run is one of the most scenic spots in all Florida, loaded with incredibly diverse wildlife living in and around the water. On a warm, sunny day, you may see more alligators here per square foot than anywhere else in Florida, including the Everglades. The spring bowl (covering almost three acres) is the source of a tremendous water flow, as much as 14,325 gallons per second, or 1.2 billion gallons per day. The water is crystal clear, which allowed a visitor in 1850 to spot the bones of a prehistoric mastodon on the bottom, almost 100 feet below. The mastodon is now displayed at the Florida Natural History Museum in Tallahassee. Scientists have also identified the remains of nine other Ice Age mammals, some as far as 1,200 feet back in the spring cave. The cave is at least 4,300 feet long and 300 feet deep, but the source of the spring has yet to be found.
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Tallahassee, Florida

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