Things to Do and See at Wakulla Springs

There are many activities available at Wakulla Springs State Park. 

Swim in the Springs - One of the favorite activities is the swimming area, with its 2 story tower and two sunbathing platforms amid clear, cool spring waters.

Walking trails abound with over 10 miles of wandering trails through hardwood hammocks, spring floodplains, with a variety of foliage and champion trees, some found only here in their original grandeur. You can view the Sally Ward Spring Run from a foot bridge, and see if you can spot a manatee.

River Boat Tour The River Boat Tour is a favorite among locals and visitors alike. The 45 minute boat tour of the spring and downriver ecosystem is a bird lovers paradise, with a multitude of bird species seen on virtually every trip.

We invite you to visit us at Wakulla Springs State Park. Discover the amazing plants and animals of the Florida springs, and learn about the science behind the scenes that is helping to reveal the many wonders of life in Wakulla.


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 Wakulla  Wildlife

Sights & Springs

Wakulla Springs is designated a National Archaeological and Historic District (due to the area's history dating back to the Paleoindian period) and a National Natural Landmark as it illustrates the United States of America's natural heritage. The park was also recently designated as a State Geological Site. Ed Ball Wakulla Springs State Park's 6,800-acre offers endless opportunities to see and experience North Florida in its purest, natural form.

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