Silver Springs State Park

With its invention of glass bottom boats in 1878, Silver Springs is considered the oldest organized attraction in Florida. Now a state park, the stripped-down attraction appears more like it did before WWII.

Stingray Tom’s Florida is always in the process of development. Even though the article hasn’t been completed, the page itself functions as a hub for related material. Thanks for visiting!

Silver Springs Brochure c1930

Silver Springs Brochure 1953 #1

Silver Springs Brochure 1953 #2

Silver Springs Brochure 1954

Silver Springs Brochure 1956

Silver Springs Brochure 1957

Silver Springs Brochure 1959

Silver Springs Brochure 1963

Silver Springs Brochure 1965 #1

Silver Springs Brochure 1965 #2

Silver Springs Brochure 1965 #3

Silver Springs Brochure c1968

Silver Springs Brochure 1970

Silver Springs Brochure c1972

Silver Springs Brochure 1975

Silver Springs Brochure 1977

Silver Springs Brochure 1980

Silver Springs Brochure 1993

Silver Springs Shrine of the Water Gods Souvenir Booklet Overview Page (a collection of multiple versions of the booklet)

Silver Springs Souvenir Booklet 1958

Silver Springs Photo Souvenir c1960

Silver Springs Slides c1970

Silver Springs Postcards 1900-1939

Silver Springs Postcards 1940-1959

Silver Springs Postcards 1960-1969

Silver Springs Postcards 1970-Present

Silver Springs Postcard Book 1946

Silver Springs Postcard Book 1957

Silver Springs Postcard Book c1965

Weeki Wachee – Silver Springs record 1963

Weeki Wachee – Silver Springs Souvenir Booklet 1968

Weeki Wachee – Silver Springs Souvenir Booklet 1972