De Leon Springs State Park


601 Ponce Deleon Boulevard
De Leon Springs, FL 32130

De Leon Springs State Park The De Leon Springs State Park is located on 600 acres a short drive from the town of De Leon Springs, Florida. Park activities include a boat ramp, canoeing, fishing, hiking, concession, picnic tables, and swimming. The state parks history dates back to the days of 1779 when the Seminole indians traded with British travelers.

Many Lodging options from hotels and bed and breakfast are available for your stay in the DeLand and De Leon Springs areas. De Leon Springs State Park Breakfast or Lunch is available in the Sugar Mill Restaurant where you can cook your pancakes as well as other food options including sandwiches.

Canoes, Kayaks and Paddleboats can be rented at the parks concession. Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge is accessable from the Springs at the park. A hike to one of the oldest trees in the area is also available; "Old Methuselah" a bald cypress 500+ years old. Civil War reenactment special event schedules are available from the parks website.


De Leon Springs State Park