Troy Springs State PARK
Troy Spring State Park is a 70 foot deep first magnitude spring ffers a wonderful experience in the middle of rural Florida to cool off, relax and enjoy the best the state has to offer in the form of a premiere spring.
Whether swimming, snorkeling, diving or just sitting on the shore, you are sure to find something to enjoy here, and keep coming back for.
Only open-water scuba diving is permitted and divers must be certified; no solo diving is allowed.
Nestled in the shallow water of the spring run are the remains of the Civil War-era steamboat Madison which was scuttled in 1863 to keep it from being captured. A hidden gem in north-central Florida,
The sunken wreck of the ship Madison is a particularly fascinating area to explore at the mouth of the spring, it’s ghostly imprint still visible on clear water days.
The main spring area has some shallow and some deeper areas, for swimming and diving respectively. A multitude of fish are visible from both the surface and underwater, making the submerged world of the spring resplendent with life and color.
Troy Springs State Park LOCATION
Troy Spring State Park
674 NE Troy Springs Rd.
Branford. FL. 32008.
To dive Troy Spring State Park, only Open Water Scuba Diver Certification is permitted. No solo diving is allowed.
Entering the cave system or use of lights is not permitted. The Dive Place can help you obtain certifications prior to this amazing adventure.
To join us, or if you have any questions about this dive adventure, please call
The Dive Place on 407-517-4737.