Gemini Springs, DeBary, FL

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37 Dirksen Drive
Debary, FL 32713-3707
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Note: Gemini Springs in Debary, Florida has closed its spring for swimming due to,what they believe is, a collaspe in the aquafer.Thus they have a bacterial problem due to no fresh water supply. The water in the park (ie. facuets,etc.) is public municipal water source. – CJ Talley

Description:

2 springs in a park.

Nearest Address

37 Dirksen Drive Debary, FL 32713-3707 (386) 668-3810

Directions from Nearest Address

I-4 to Debary exit. Debary is NE of Orlando and SW of Daytona Beach.

Vital Information

  • Fee: $5.00 daily by car. Free if parking outside the gate and walking.
  • Access: Public
  • Flow: Continuous
  • TDS: N/A
  • Temp: N/A
  • pH: N/A

Hours Spring is Open:

Sunrise to sunset.

GPS: N/A

Map Link: Gemini Springs Map

Submitted by: Rebecca

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  1. Jonathan says:

    I have been to Gemini Springs many times. They closed off the swimming area, a sign reads due to bacteria. The flow is still continuous and parking inside the gate is free.
    Can you drink the water?

    There is another spring 4 miles to the east, in the city of Deltona, called Green Springs.. It is a sulfur spring and recently became a state park.. entrance is free and a sign reads that a man used to sell bottled water from it. Could it have been contaminated within the past century?

    I don't have the equipment or the money to buy the equipment to test for PH and TDS.

    • Squirrelletta says:

      Found a affordable (Under $30) TDS meter on ebay, thought I’d share:

      HM Digital TDS Meter 3 Hydroponics, Water Tester

  2. Sherri Raffaele says:

    You should mark Green Springs on the map. This way maybe someone who does have the equipment and is nearby, could check it out.

  3. rawwill says:

    is this near deltona community center?

  4. Jonathan says:

    Yes, about two miles to the East.

  5. Jonathan says:

    Yes, about two miles to the East.

  6. Jonathan says:

    I have drank about 300 ML from green springs within one day.

    I see a metal looking pole into the springs water connected to a pole on the ground with a metal looking box and a solar panel on top. It looks like it opens but has a lock. It said Florida Management something on the box. Does anybody know what this is? I speculated if it tells something about the water.

    • Lynn watson says:

      Assuming you are talking about the boxes at Gemini Springs.  They are St. John’s River Water Managements property used to keep track of the water levels.   They also monitor water quality and content on a regular basis.  The stats can be found on their site. SJRM.

  7. Squirrelletta says:

    Good website to locate gear:

    http://tdsmeter.com/products/tdsez.html

    PS: NO, I don’t work there! 🙂

  8. Sparkz1099 says:

    i need to know how much it is to camp over night

  9. Dontwannashare says:

    Soo needed..,.THANKS!!!

  10. Lynn Watson says:

    There is no fee to enter the park.  The fresh spring water is there but not flowing at the volumes previously.  Thus naturally occurring bacteria is not carried off into the main bodies of water (Lake Monroe/ St. Johns River) by a strong flow. The bacteria settles in the area, and the Health Dept. closes it down to swimming.

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