Group Title: Picnic grounds : : points of interest
Title: Picnic grounds
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Title: Picnic grounds points of interest
Alternate Title: Picnic grounds Deland and environs
Physical Description: 3 leaves : ; 28 cm
Language: English
Creator: Davis, Mary Irene
Trainor, A. W
Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Florida
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: S.l
Publication Date: 1936]
Subject: History -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: non-fiction   ( marcgt )
Statement of Responsibility: by Mary Irene Davis ; edited by A. W. Trainor
General Note: "Federal Writers' Project, 209 Orange Ave., Daytona Beach, Florida."
General Note: "April 24, 1936"--Leaf 3
General Note: Caption title.
General Note: Typescript for the Federal Writers' Project.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00055561
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002025565
oclc - 32947661
notis - AKL3133

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*Leavini; DeLancl over iT. oodland Blvd. on

U.. 3. 111&hway -,170 1Pa.'!1"y.3 and travelllzwj nartii.

9 M110m9 the, visitor com~es to ?:onae :)eoeon Sur~n.-e. Vals-

spr in7. oryz't,1 c" enz, lies. -in a sottin,, of live oake.-

palmetto, w single rofth.

%ealimn Of a.I old M. ill, Of oay

SpasI h ox %nlgilh oconi-atnam, at a on the (3)uthweat

FAdio of the a-p- bnsri n"Iin, leads izanal ent air? to

the ~CCCO Vic-catirated diechagr~e of the spring Is

CO.,000 gallons per mimnte, P-t a minaidned tenperatcze.

of 721 degrrcl the year round. & ca-3 oina 13 opera ;at

the cpr4ngs, providing lodging.. andc Irjc nd small.
dinner piZtle cani b'-i aocomodated.

Bca-inh,, -ornjiwaiag wy1 daricing a other

reczoatiownr featiXunT -013 be enjoyed by tho visitor nnd

p10910 euthuuaast. -

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Dfytona N-oh, FA.* -3
Beach, M e .~ p.; -; s ~

seven miles so'th of DeLand, by follow-

ing U. S. Hihway #17 to OranaeOtty and blue Springs Ave.,

one arrives at the spring. Its. low adds to the waters

of the St. Jchn's a quarter mile distant.

The usual sub-tropical setting services" ~

tice bacl rournd of this masiterpieoe of nature. Tho nwio i1

der~lved from the peculiar (quality of the ,water,. ite hue at

all titless blue regandlesc of the tropiool .proiwth ohiolding


A parking and pionio ground is available

at a coat of 100 per person. 0Ior,.tsin aind fishing may be

eajJyed -wlth rental for box-.t% by the hour or d'y.


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G green 3prinra *

This i.s other flowing spring where atain .

a light phenomena is to be observed. Cvreen Sprin-' is

loc:Ated a short distanoe east of the hin.h-ay leo'ciin froa -

Penson Sprin.3a. One 3e;axn 8prin ,o. thVs saall '

deep pool presents an appearance of a jade crystal. Its

color is probably due to chemical properties in the zater

rather than by reflection. Admission of 10 is charged

to enter the grounds surrounding the spring, here pionic

facilities are provided. Benson Sprin7s road is on the

outskirts of Orange City, leading from route U. 8. ^17

.eouth from DeLand.







.;BY .a El'yrone Davis I

Edited by W.. ralnor

APrIl 24 19V36 -

Personal1 rpe&epzoh <
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8eo?'i-trury )eL nd (ohmb ar-of omuemex'o, DeLand, rj a.



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