Droty Spring is a 4th magnitude spring that discharges from sand boils in a small, circular pool at the bottom of a ravine. The sandy spring run is about 4 feet wide and flows about 500 feet toward the northeast into Seminole Creek. Oak, pine, palm, and banana trees are common in the area around the spring and run.
Droty Spring is located in the Seminole State Forest about 3 miles northeast of Mount Plymouth and 1.7 miles south of the town of Seminole Springs. From the intersection of State Road 46 and County Road 46A, turn north onto 46A and drive 3.2 miles to a gate. If driving from the north, turn south onto 46A from State Road 44 and drive 2.4 miles. Park and cross the gate onto Seminole State Forest property. Walk about 150 feet toward the northeast to the spring at the bottom of a ravine. Access and fee information can be obtained at the Seminole State Forest south entrance.