Snail Springs is a 5th magnitude spring that is comprised of a series of sand boils labeled A, B, C, and D. The spring head at A is a small pool with several sand boils. B boils up in a relatively large pool about 150 feet down the run, C is another 120 feet away, and D is about another 150 feet past C. D has 16-inch clay pipe on the side of the pool near two palm trees. D runs about 150 feet to the main spring run. Oak, pine, palm, and banana trees are common in the area around the springs and run.
Snail Springs is located in the Seminole State Forest about 3 miles northeast of Mount Plymouth and 3.2 miles southeast of the town of Seminole Springs. From the intersection State Road (SR) 46 and County Road (CR) 46A, turn north onto CR 46A and drive 1.7 miles. If driving from the north, turn south onto CR 46A from SR 44 and drive 3.9 miles. Park and cross fence onto Seminole State Forest property. Walk about 600 feet toward the northeast to the springhead pool with several sand boils. Access and fee information can be obtained at the Seminole State Forest south entrance.