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    Overview

    Today, the natural beauty of Gainer Springs remains as pristine as it was when the early settlers first discovered it.

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    St. Andrew Bay Watershed

    The St. Andrew Bay Watershed is 1,144 square miles in size and is considered one of the most diverse ecosystems in North America.

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    Permit Info

    The owners of Gainer Springs have held a consumptive use permit for more than 35 years.

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    Volume of Flow

    Gainer Springs produces over 1,400 million gallons of water each day. This high flow volume classifies the spring as one of only 75 First Magnitude Springs in the US.

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    History of Gainer Springs

    Over one thousand years ago, Creek, Cherokee and Seminole Indians drew water from this icy clear spring…

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    Map & Location

    Gainer Springs is located in Northwest Florida, off State Road 20 about seven miles west of where S.R. 20 intersects with U.S. 231, north of Panama City.

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    Helpful Links

    Want to know more about Gainer Springs and the history of our area? Check out these helpful links for additional information.

  Gainer Springs Natural Spring Water is Distributed by Culligan. Phone: 850-250-3900.



Area Info
St. Andrew Bay Watershed
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The St. Andrew Bay Watershed is 1,144 square miles in size and is considered one of the most diverse ecosystems in North America.

About Gainer Springs
Overview
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Today, the natural beauty of Gainer Springs remains as pristine as it was when the early settlers first discovered it.

Information
Overview
Overview
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Today, the natural beauty of Gainer Springs remains as pristine as it was when the early settlers first discovered it.


Accessibility
Accessibility
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Gainer Springs’ short proximity to highways makes the water easily accessible to all types of transporation vehicles.


Water Quality
Water Quality
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Protected by the Northwest Florida Water Management District, the water drawn from Gainer Springs rates as one of the purest spring waters in the world.



Spring Classification
First Magnitude Spring
Spring Classifications

Gainer Springs is one of only 75 First Magnitude Springs in the United States and one of only 27 in the state of Florida.

Volume of Flow
1,400 Million Gallons/Day
Volume of Flow

Gainer Springs produces over 1,400 million gallons of water each day, which classifies the spring as a First Magnitude Spring.

Area Info
St. Andrew Watershed
St. Andrew Bay Watershed

The St. Andrew Bay Watershed is 1,144 square miles in size and is considered one of the most diverse ecosystems in North America.

About Gainer Springs
History of Gainer Springs
History of Gainer Springs

Over one thousand years ago, Creek, Cherokee and Seminole Indians drew water from this icy clear spring... they called it "Econfina."

Location Info
Map & Location
Location Info

Gainer Springs is located in Northwest Florida, off State Road 20 about seven miles west of where S.R. 20 intersects with U.S. 231, north of Panama City.