Highlights of this exciting day include living history and period craft demonstrations representing various periods of Florida’s history from early Native Americans through the 1900s. Enjoy live music, vendors, antique tractors and engines, and displays from local historical organizations. Have breakfast in the historic Sugar Mill Restaurant and learn about history on the Fountain of Youth Eco/Heritage Boat Tour. For more information, call 386.985.4212.
Park is located at 601 Ponce de Leon Blvd., De Leon Springs, 6 miles north of Deland, ¾ mile west of Hwy 17. The park’s goal is to provide access to the event for people of all abilities. If you have special needs, please contact the park before your arrival. The event is sponsored by the park and the Friends of De Leon Springs State Park, Inc.
De Leon Springs is located at the corner of Ponce de Leon and Burt Parks Road, west of U.S. 17.
Take US Hwy 17 North from Deland for approximately six miles, following the state park signs. Turn left onto Ponce De Leon Boulevard and travel approximately one mile to the entrance to De Leon Springs State Park.