Ginger Ale Springs is a 5th magnitude spring. The main pool of Ginger Ale Springs is enclosed within a 3.5-foot-high concrete, circular wall about 12 feet in diameter. A large sand boil is visible approximately 3 feet to 4 feet below the water's surface, with several more sand boils also visible. Seven mature palm trees surround the concrete pool. The pool discharges out of a rectangular opening in the side of the wall, then flows northwest in the sandy spring run about 550 feet long and 3 feet wide to the Little Wekiva River. Another vent is located on the west bank of the Little Wekiva River, with numerous other small sand boils in the river floodplain on the west side of the river.
Ginger Ale Springs is located about 3 miles northwest of Altamonte Springs. From the intersection of State Road 434 and Markham Woods Road, drive north on Markham Woods Road for 0.3 mile and turn left into a driveway at the edge of a wooded area. Park and walk about 400 feet south along Markham Woods Road, then go west about 50 feet to the spring. The spring is located on Seminole County property.