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This site is an accumulation of articles about the Spruce Creek area and inhabitants. Please feel free to share these articles and information with friends and family. And, please come visit us at Cracker Creek!
Every trip on the Spruce Creek Eco-tour rides contains totally new and exciting adventures with different creatures and eco-systems. From gators to herons, there’s something to explore and see. This column is for stories about these adventures. Be Sociable, Connect
Going east down Spruce Creek, Eco-Tour pontoon boats give visitors a chance to see the wildlife and learn from a narration about the local history and environment. On 25 November 2013, Cracker Creek hosted a third grade class of students
Back in June 2014, around the fourth, I saw and ate beautiful red surinam cherries at Cracker Creek. Because of the plentiful rain we experienced this year, the two large bushes produced a bountiful spray of fruit. From the handful
Four hundred and thirty-six years before Doris Leeper departed this planet, the French artist Charles Jacques Le Moyne captured the images of the Timucua Indians, like those living along Spruce Creek. Shortly after her death, Volusia County and other investors
We had a great day celebrating the Port Orange Centennial and recognizing our pioneer heritage. Come join us again this year for another fun Cracker Day on 31 May 2014 from 10am until 4pm! Cracker