Troy Spring
springs
Worthy site to visit for scuba diving.  Located in north Florida, Troy Springs has a large spring basin with depths to 80 feet.  The visibility is good and offers many things to explore including the remnants of an old Confederate steamboat that was sunk. Cave too small for penetration.  Good site for open water divers.  Downside, the spring and basin is covered in green algae and is not visually impressive. The spring empty's into the Suwannee River with a strong outflow.  Good 1/2 to full day of diving.  From Branford head northwest on us 27 for 5 miles and look for the "Troy Springs" sign, turn right and head on a dirt road about 1/2 mile to the spring.
Remains of a Civil War ship
Bottom of Troy Spring
Entering spring basin

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