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 Alexander Springs

USA, Florida, Central Florida Springs - Ocala

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Exact

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Latitude: 29° 4.878' N
Longitude: 81° 34.553' W

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English (Translate this text in English): Alexander Spring is 17 miles NE of Deland in the Ocala National Forest. Travel W on SR 40 from Ocala. Turn right on CR 445A just before the town of Astor. Follow 445A past the sharp turn to the E. Watch signs to parking area.

English (Translate this text in English): Alexander Spring is 17 miles NE of Deland in the Ocala National Forest. Travel W on SR 40 from Ocala. Turn right on CR 445A just before the town of Astor. Follow 445A past the sharp turn to the E. Watch signs to parking area.

Alexander Spring is 17 miles NE of Deland in the Ocala National Forest. Travel W on SR 40 from Ocala. Turn right on CR 445A just before the town of Astor. Follow 445A past the sharp turn to the E. Watch signs to parking area.

English (Translate this text in English): Alexander Spring is 17 miles NE of Deland in the Ocala National Forest. Travel W on SR 40 from Ocala. Turn right on CR 445A just before the town of Astor. Follow 445A past the sharp turn to the E. Watch signs to parking area.

English (Translate this text in English): Alexander Spring is 17 miles NE of Deland in the Ocala National Forest. Travel W on SR 40 from Ocala. Turn right on CR 445A just before the town of Astor. Follow 445A past the sharp turn to the E. Watch signs to parking area.

English (Translate this text in English): Alexander Spring is 17 miles NE of Deland in the Ocala National Forest. Travel W on SR 40 from Ocala. Turn right on CR 445A just before the town of Astor. Follow 445A past the sharp turn to the E. Watch signs to parking area.

English (Translate this text in English): Alexander Spring is 17 miles NE of Deland in the Ocala National Forest. Travel W on SR 40 from Ocala. Turn right on CR 445A just before the town of Astor. Follow 445A past the sharp turn to the E. Watch signs to parking area.

English (Translate this text in English): Alexander Spring is 17 miles NE of Deland in the Ocala National Forest. Travel W on SR 40 from Ocala. Turn right on CR 445A just before the town of Astor. Follow 445A past the sharp turn to the E. Watch signs to parking area.

English (Translate this text in English): Alexander Spring is 17 miles NE of Deland in the Ocala National Forest. Travel W on SR 40 from Ocala. Turn right on CR 445A just before the town of Astor. Follow 445A past the sharp turn to the E. Watch signs to parking area.

How? From shore

Distance Instant access

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 6.0 m / 19.7 ft

Max depth 7.5 m / 24.6 ft

Current None

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Standard

Experience All divers

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Dive type

- Fresh water
- Cave

Dive site activities

- Children dive
- First dive
- Snorkeling / Free diving
- Photography

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 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): Alexander is a very calm spring of 80 meters wide. There are small caverns. The main one can be penetrated for about 10 ft (entrance at 23 feet).
There is a lot of marine wildlife here and a chance you might even see an aligator!

English (Translate this text in English): Alexander is a very calm spring of 80 meters wide. There are small caverns. The main one can be penetrated for about 10 ft (entrance at 23 feet).
There is a lot of marine wildlife here and a chance you might even see an aligator!

Alexander is a very calm spring of 80 meters wide. There are small caverns. The main one can be penetrated for about 10 ft (entrance at 23 feet).
There is a lot of marine wildlife here and a chance you might even see an aligator!

English (Translate this text in English): Alexander is a very calm spring of 80 meters wide. There are small caverns. The main one can be penetrated for about 10 ft (entrance at 23 feet).
There is a lot of marine wildlife here and a chance you might even see an aligator!

English (Translate this text in English): Alexander is a very calm spring of 80 meters wide. There are small caverns. The main one can be penetrated for about 10 ft (entrance at 23 feet).
There is a lot of marine wildlife here and a chance you might even see an aligator!

English (Translate this text in English): Alexander is a very calm spring of 80 meters wide. There are small caverns. The main one can be penetrated for about 10 ft (entrance at 23 feet).
There is a lot of marine wildlife here and a chance you might even see an aligator!

English (Translate this text in English): Alexander is a very calm spring of 80 meters wide. There are small caverns. The main one can be penetrated for about 10 ft (entrance at 23 feet).
There is a lot of marine wildlife here and a chance you might even see an aligator!

English (Translate this text in English): Alexander is a very calm spring of 80 meters wide. There are small caverns. The main one can be penetrated for about 10 ft (entrance at 23 feet).
There is a lot of marine wildlife here and a chance you might even see an aligator!

English (Translate this text in English): Alexander is a very calm spring of 80 meters wide. There are small caverns. The main one can be penetrated for about 10 ft (entrance at 23 feet).
There is a lot of marine wildlife here and a chance you might even see an aligator!

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Alexander Springs
United States of America

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United States of America

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United States of America

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United States of America

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By M. Whitten , 03-02-2009

Fantastic - Beautiful, in a word. This was one of my favorite snorkeling spots while I lived in Florida. I even dove it even though my max depth was only 25 feet. The wide variety of marine life makes this place a picture takes paradise.

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