Spring to Spring Trail

De Leon Springs, Florida

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The northern section of the Spring to Spring Trail network is hidden along Grand Avenue in the town of De Leon Springs. The pathway begins as a sidewalk-like surface on the right side of the road (heading south); however, when it switches to the other side of the road at Katrina Street, you’ll start to get the sense that you’re on a trail. Not long after the switch, you’ll come to Mud Lake Road; if you turn right here, you’ll head toward the entrance to a 2,300-acre wildlife refuge at Lake Woodruff. The refuge is home to a variety of land and water fauna, including seven endangered species and more than 230 species of birds.
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by Various authors (Wilderness Press)

The northern section of the Spring to Spring Trail network is hidden along Grand Avenue in the town of De Leon Springs. The pathway begins as a sidewalk-like surface on the right side of the road (heading south); however, when it switches to the other side of the road at Katrina Street, you’ll start to get the sense that you’re on a trail.

Not long after the switch, you’ll come to Mud Lake Road; if you turn right here, you’ll head toward the entrance to a 2,300-acre wildlife refuge at Lake Woodruff. The refuge is home to a variety of land and water fauna, including seven endangered species and more than 230 species of birds.

© 2016 Various authors/Wilderness Press. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Rail-Trails
Nearby City: De Leon Springs
Distance: 17
Trail Type: Several options
Surface:
Skill Level: Easy
Additional Use: Skating
Accessibility: Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
Local Contacts: volusia.org/services/community-services/parks-recreation-and-culture
Driving Directions: Directions to Spring to Spring Trail

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