The Seminole State Forest offers many recreational opportunities for either the outdoor enthusiast or casual visitor. Parking is available at the Cassia Trailhead off of Brantley Branch Road via SR 44 and at the Bear Pond Trailhead off of SR 46; however, a State Forest Use Permit is required for drive-in access. Permits can be obtained by telephoning or visiting Lake Forest Station. Day use entrance fees are collected at self-service pay stations near the entrance gates. For more information see the link to the Seminole State Forest's website below.
Sharks Tooth Spring is located near the Florida National Scenic Trail. A spur trail off of the main trail leads to the spring.
Seminole State Forest
Joe Bishop, Forestry Supervisor II
Lake Forestry Station
9610 CR 44
Leesburg FL 34788
(352) 360-6677 Office