Lafayette Blue Springs State Park, Mayo, Florida

LBSIt was interesting to discover where that well known sandwich spread came from, as well as start my trip along Springs row along highway 27. At Lafayette Blue Springs State Park I also learned about the Green Sink cave system, in the Suwannee River.
Limestone is cropped out throughout the spring pool and run. A 20 ft wide land bridge stretches north to south across the spring run approximately 120 ft east of the vent. There is a narrow band of a few cypress trees near spring run. The spring pool is steep sided with limestone and sand. Adjacent high ground is approximately 20 ft above the water level, and it is sparsely forested with a few pines and oaks…

Several sinks and karst windows are present in the woods west of the main spring.
As you can see the cabins are very good value for 2 families and well appointed. The park has two sections, with the South section holding most of the amenities

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