Sharks Tooth Spring is a 5th magnitude spring that emerges from the weathered limestone and clay at the base of a hillside. There is no pool at the spring head. The spring run is about 2 feet wide and flows about 800 feet toward the northeast to Sulphur Run. Camping, hiking, and equestrian trails are nearby within the Seminole State Forest.
Sharks Tooth Spring is located in the Seminole State Forest about 2 miles southeast of Cassia. From the south entrance of Seminole State Forest on State Road 46 (about 0.4 mile west of the Wekiva River), turn north and drive past the stop sign, through the gate, and cross the bridge over Black Water Creek. Drive about 0.2 mile from the bridge to the next intersection, then turn right and go another 0.9 mile. Park by picnic table area and walk on trail for about 500 feet to spring. Access and fee information can be obtained at the Seminole State Forest south entrance.
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