The 210-acre Gemini Springs was purchased in 1994 through the combined efforts of Volusia County, the Trust for Public Lands, the St. Johns River Water Management District and the Florida Communities Trust. Approximately 6.5 million gallons of sparkling fresh water bubble up from the two springs each day.
Many types of wildlife and vegetation can be observed at Gemini Springs. Please do not remove any plants from the park or harm the animals and birds which live here.
The split rail fences surrounding the water protect the natural vegetation, water quality and you! Please do not climb, jump or crawl on them.
Walking and bike riding
Nature Trail -- 3/4 mile
Bike Trail -- 1 mile (loop from entrance road to bicycle rack to exit road).
Sidewalks -- 651 feet from east parking lot to Springhouse
907 feet from west parking lot to Springhouse
Bridge loop -- 1/4 mile
Swimming is not permitted until further notice.
Fishing is allowed only on the fishing dock. You must have a valid, freshwater fishing permit.
Each campsite is equipped with a fire ring, picnic table, lantern-hook pole, grill and groomed sand. All are in proximity of restrooms. Please call for reservations 386-736-5953.
37 Dirksen Drive, Debary, F