Here in New Orleans, we have a lot of people from Latin America, but it's still not so easy to speak frequently with Spanish speakers. I was able to find an authentic Mexican restaurant near my office where all of the workers are native or 1st generation Latin Americans, and they all speak Spanish as their first or equivalent primary language. When I first went there, I simply told my waitress, in Spanish, that I was learning Spanish, and if it wasn't any trouble, could we speak together in Spanish? She agreed, and it was great.. We chatted a bit when she had time, and now I go there about once each week when I can, and I always am able to practice.
I would suggest you look for a restaurant or cafe like that. If you see people who work near you who speak Spanish, speak to them. Cashiers at stores, maybe a neighbor, anywhere there are people.
Are there Latino support organizations in your area? Get involved and volunteer with them. Are there any Spanish or Latino organizations? There is one here, just a group of people who get together once a week to speak Spanish to each other as a way to practice.
Finally, there are tutors from Spanish-speaking countries in Europe and Latin America who can teach you and practice with you on-line, like with Skype.