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Spring Characteristics

Qualities of this spring
Spring NameDroty Spring
Alternate NameNot Available
General Location3 miles northeast of Mount Plymouth and 1.7 miles south of the town of Seminole Springs
Section, Twsp, RangeNW NW NW sec. 22, T 19 S, R 28 E
Multiple VentsNo
Age of Water <50 years
Source AquiferFloridan Aquifer
Public or PrivatePublic


Droty Spring is located in the Seminole State Forest about 3 miles northeast of Mount Plymouth and 1.7 miles south of the town of Seminole Springs.


Droty Spring is a 4th magnitude spring that issues clear water from a sandy, circular vent at the base of a 10 feet deep ravine. The meandering spring run is 4 feet wide, 500 feet long, and flows northeast into Seminole Creek. The spring run is sand with dark green algae and tree debris throughout. The private land surrounding the spring is thickly foliated with oaks, pines, banana trees, and palms.


The spring is undeveloped and the run flows into Seminole Creek.

Contact Information

This spring is located on public property in the Seminole State Forest.

Seminole State Forest
Joe Bishop, State Forester
Leesburg Forestry Station
9610 County Road 44
Leesburg, Florida 34788
(352) 360-6675 or (352) 360-6677

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