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 Little River

USA, Florida, Northwest Florida Springs

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
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Latitude: 29° 59.806' N
Longitude: 82° 57.983' W

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English (Translate this text in English): North on 129 out of Branford, Florida. Turn left on CR 248. Follow 248 till it ends, veer left into county park. Spring is the big hole at the bottom of the spring run.

Not to be undertaken without at least a Full-Cave certification or equivalent.

English (Translate this text in English): North on 129 out of Branford, Florida. Turn left on CR 248. Follow 248 till it ends, veer left into county park. Spring is the big hole at the bottom of the spring run.

Not to be undertaken without at least a Full-Cave certification or equivalent.

North on 129 out of Branford, Florida. Turn left on CR 248. Follow 248 till it ends, veer left into county park. Spring is the big hole at the bottom of the spring run.

Not to be undertaken without at least a Full-Cave certification or equivalent.

English (Translate this text in English): North on 129 out of Branford, Florida. Turn left on CR 248. Follow 248 till it ends, veer left into county park. Spring is the big hole at the bottom of the spring run.

Not to be undertaken without at least a Full-Cave certification or equivalent.

English (Translate this text in English): North on 129 out of Branford, Florida. Turn left on CR 248. Follow 248 till it ends, veer left into county park. Spring is the big hole at the bottom of the spring run.

Not to be undertaken without at least a Full-Cave certification or equivalent.

English (Translate this text in English): North on 129 out of Branford, Florida. Turn left on CR 248. Follow 248 till it ends, veer left into county park. Spring is the big hole at the bottom of the spring run.

Not to be undertaken without at least a Full-Cave certification or equivalent.

English (Translate this text in English): North on 129 out of Branford, Florida. Turn left on CR 248. Follow 248 till it ends, veer left into county park. Spring is the big hole at the bottom of the spring run.

Not to be undertaken without at least a Full-Cave certification or equivalent.

English (Translate this text in English): North on 129 out of Branford, Florida. Turn left on CR 248. Follow 248 till it ends, veer left into county park. Spring is the big hole at the bottom of the spring run.

Not to be undertaken without at least a Full-Cave certification or equivalent.

English (Translate this text in English): North on 129 out of Branford, Florida. Turn left on CR 248. Follow 248 till it ends, veer left into county park. Spring is the big hole at the bottom of the spring run.

Not to be undertaken without at least a Full-Cave certification or equivalent.

How? From shore

Distance Instant access

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Alternative name Little River

Average depth 10.2 m / 33.5 ft

Max depth 10.2 m / 33.5 ft

Current Strong ( > 2 knots)

Visibility Excellent ( > 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience Don't know

Bio interest Interesting

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Dive type

- Fresh water
- Cave

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- Depth
- Current

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English (Translate this text in English): The cave travels to about 80 ft deep at appx 60 degrees down then almost straight down to a u-turn to the Florida room at about 120 ft deep. It is one of the largest underwater rooms. From there, it goes back to the terminal room where many false exits exist from there is goes to depth of over 190 ft in places. The terminal room has many ascending dead end routes and is where many got lost and died. It has been early 40 years since I was an avid cave diver and spent hours exploring most of the tunnels in the cave network. It was one of my favorite caves I ever had the opportunity to explore. It has been penetrated for thousands of feet back to no ends that I am aware of.

I would increase the depth claim but also express the dangers of this cave. Full cave certification is required for this network.

English (Translate this text in English): The cave travels to about 80 ft deep at appx 60 degrees down then almost straight down to a u-turn to the Florida room at about 120 ft deep. It is one of the largest underwater rooms. From there, it goes back to the terminal room where many false exits exist from there is goes to depth of over 190 ft in places. The terminal room has many ascending dead end routes and is where many got lost and died. It has been early 40 years since I was an avid cave diver and spent hours exploring most of the tunnels in the cave network. It was one of my favorite caves I ever had the opportunity to explore. It has been penetrated for thousands of feet back to no ends that I am aware of.

I would increase the depth claim but also express the dangers of this cave. Full cave certification is required for this network.

The cave travels to about 80 ft deep at appx 60 degrees down then almost straight down to a u-turn to the Florida room at about 120 ft deep. It is one of the largest underwater rooms. From there, it goes back to the terminal room where many false exits exist from there is goes to depth of over 190 ft in places. The terminal room has many ascending dead end routes and is where many got lost and died. It has been early 40 years since I was an avid cave diver and spent hours exploring most of the tunnels in the cave network. It was one of my favorite caves I ever had the opportunity to explore. It has been penetrated for thousands of feet back to no ends that I am aware of.

I would increase the depth claim but also express the dangers of this cave. Full cave certification is required for this network.

English (Translate this text in English): The cave travels to about 80 ft deep at appx 60 degrees down then almost straight down to a u-turn to the Florida room at about 120 ft deep. It is one of the largest underwater rooms. From there, it goes back to the terminal room where many false exits exist from there is goes to depth of over 190 ft in places. The terminal room has many ascending dead end routes and is where many got lost and died. It has been early 40 years since I was an avid cave diver and spent hours exploring most of the tunnels in the cave network. It was one of my favorite caves I ever had the opportunity to explore. It has been penetrated for thousands of feet back to no ends that I am aware of.

I would increase the depth claim but also express the dangers of this cave. Full cave certification is required for this network.

English (Translate this text in English): The cave travels to about 80 ft deep at appx 60 degrees down then almost straight down to a u-turn to the Florida room at about 120 ft deep. It is one of the largest underwater rooms. From there, it goes back to the terminal room where many false exits exist from there is goes to depth of over 190 ft in places. The terminal room has many ascending dead end routes and is where many got lost and died. It has been early 40 years since I was an avid cave diver and spent hours exploring most of the tunnels in the cave network. It was one of my favorite caves I ever had the opportunity to explore. It has been penetrated for thousands of feet back to no ends that I am aware of.

I would increase the depth claim but also express the dangers of this cave. Full cave certification is required for this network.

English (Translate this text in English): The cave travels to about 80 ft deep at appx 60 degrees down then almost straight down to a u-turn to the Florida room at about 120 ft deep. It is one of the largest underwater rooms. From there, it goes back to the terminal room where many false exits exist from there is goes to depth of over 190 ft in places. The terminal room has many ascending dead end routes and is where many got lost and died. It has been early 40 years since I was an avid cave diver and spent hours exploring most of the tunnels in the cave network. It was one of my favorite caves I ever had the opportunity to explore. It has been penetrated for thousands of feet back to no ends that I am aware of.

I would increase the depth claim but also express the dangers of this cave. Full cave certification is required for this network.

English (Translate this text in English): The cave travels to about 80 ft deep at appx 60 degrees down then almost straight down to a u-turn to the Florida room at about 120 ft deep. It is one of the largest underwater rooms. From there, it goes back to the terminal room where many false exits exist from there is goes to depth of over 190 ft in places. The terminal room has many ascending dead end routes and is where many got lost and died. It has been early 40 years since I was an avid cave diver and spent hours exploring most of the tunnels in the cave network. It was one of my favorite caves I ever had the opportunity to explore. It has been penetrated for thousands of feet back to no ends that I am aware of.

I would increase the depth claim but also express the dangers of this cave. Full cave certification is required for this network.

English (Translate this text in English): The cave travels to about 80 ft deep at appx 60 degrees down then almost straight down to a u-turn to the Florida room at about 120 ft deep. It is one of the largest underwater rooms. From there, it goes back to the terminal room where many false exits exist from there is goes to depth of over 190 ft in places. The terminal room has many ascending dead end routes and is where many got lost and died. It has been early 40 years since I was an avid cave diver and spent hours exploring most of the tunnels in the cave network. It was one of my favorite caves I ever had the opportunity to explore. It has been penetrated for thousands of feet back to no ends that I am aware of.

I would increase the depth claim but also express the dangers of this cave. Full cave certification is required for this network.

English (Translate this text in English): The cave travels to about 80 ft deep at appx 60 degrees down then almost straight down to a u-turn to the Florida room at about 120 ft deep. It is one of the largest underwater rooms. From there, it goes back to the terminal room where many false exits exist from there is goes to depth of over 190 ft in places. The terminal room has many ascending dead end routes and is where many got lost and died. It has been early 40 years since I was an avid cave diver and spent hours exploring most of the tunnels in the cave network. It was one of my favorite caves I ever had the opportunity to explore. It has been penetrated for thousands of feet back to no ends that I am aware of.

I would increase the depth claim but also express the dangers of this cave. Full cave certification is required for this network.

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