DeBary Hall Historic Site - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
198 Sunrise Blvd, DeBary, FL 32713, USA
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About DeBary Hall Historic Site
A historic site in DeBary is DeBary Hall. Various leisure activities were available, including swimming in the local springs, fishing, and hunting quail, deer, and alligators.
Attractions Near DeBary Hall Historic Site
Gemini Springs Park is a 210-acre public nature park. About 88,250 people visited the park each year.
Sulfur springs can be found at Green Springs Park. A notable archaeological site surrounds the spring that was once part of a 19th-century health resort.
In 1972, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection acquired Blue Spring State Park to initiate its manatee protection program.
There are 1,648 acres in Hontoon Island State Park. The park is open year-round from 8:00 am until one hour before sunset.
Seminole State Forest covers 25,812 acres in Central Florida. The forest is accessible via Florida State Road 44, Lake County Road 46A, and Florida State Road 46.
Irene D. and Maxwell Johnson founded the African American Museum of the Arts. They helped establish a board of directors on September 22, 1994, following a meeting with friends and community leaders
Where is DeBary Hall Historic Site
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In the east-central part of Florida, Volusia County is located. It was established on December 29, 1854.