Perhaps the "fountain of youth," always associated with the name Ponce de Leon, is one of the numerous springs found in this 426-acre park in Holmes and Walton counties. The main spring found in the park of two flows from a limestone cavity. These two flows produce more than 14 million gallons of crystal-clear water daily. Inevitably, a youthful glow will follow a dip in the spring. Its temperature remains at 68 degrees. The spring's coolness is refreshing when summer temperatures soar.