IMPORTANT PARK INFORMATION:

The North Canoe/Kayak Launch is now open, following construction of a new accessible ramp down to the river! Park at South Entrance and arrange your rental and shuttle to North Canoe/Kayak Ramp at the General Store. Shuttle also is available for private boats and paddlers. Dampier’s Landing, located at South Entrance, remains open for both watercraft rentals and private launches.

Tubing is open from both Midpoint and Dampier’s landing and tram shuttles operate year around. All rental activities begin at the South Entrance.

Frequently asked questions

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

 

Reservations for tubes:

Tube reservations are available after Labor Day and before Memorial Weekend. Use the “Book Now!” button to reserve.

Due to volume, reservations for Midpoint Launch and Dampier’s Landing are not available between Memorial Weekend and Labor Day. During this time, tube rentals are first come, first served. 

 

 

Reservations for watercraft:

Online Reservations available and are recommended.  Please note that there is a 100-boat per day limit for North Launch. There are no daily limits for the Dampier’s Launch. Use the “Book Now!” button to reserve.

 


Reservations for tubes:

Tube reservations are available after Labor Day and before Memorial Weekend. Use the “Book Now!” button to reserve.

Due to volume, reservations for Midpoint Launch and Dampier’s Landing are not available between Memorial Weekend and Labor Day. During this time, tube rentals are first come, first served. 


Reservations for watercraft:
Online Reservations available and are recommended.  Please note that there is a 100 boats per day limit for North Launch. There is no daily limits for the Dampier’s Launch. Use the “Book Now!” button to reserve.


You may change the time/date your reservation by calling
386-497-1500 or by emailing info@ichetuckneesprings.com.

You may cancel your reservation by calling
386-497-1500 or by emailing info@ichetuckneesprings.com at least 24 hours in advance of your reserved time.

Private tubes (60″ or less in diameter) and outside tube rentals are allowed, however, rental through Paddling Adventures within the park is recommended for convenience.

No glitter or confetti-filled tubes permitted on the river.

 

Yes, you can bring your own kayak/canoe to the park. We offer a shuttle service from the South Entrance to the north canoe launch. The cost is $8.00/person + $8.00/boat + tax for a total of $17.12 for one person/one boat.

No. Ichetuckee State Park offers outdoor activities. Inclement weather can affect these activities with delays or closures. Please check the weather before visiting the park as you would if scheduling any outdoor activity.

Group rates are available for corporate, civic, church, veterans and nonprofits. Click here for email inquiry, or call 386-497-1500 for details.

Pets are permitted inside Ichetucknee State Park, however, they are not permitted on or near the water. Where allowed, pets must be kept on a leash no longer than six feet and well-behaved at all times. 

There are charcoal grills situated throughout the park. You may also bring your own grill to the park.

Yes. You are welcome to bring in a cooler into the park but not on the river. Coolers will be checked at the gate. Please do not bring alcohol or glassware as they are not permitted. Floating coolers are also not permitted.

Tram:

The tram transports tubers and tubes to the Midpoint Launch

Once you have finished your float, the tram also will  bring tubers/tubes back to the South Entrance parking lot from the South Takeout.

Shuttle:

Year-round we offer a canoe/kayak shuttle from the South Entrance to the north canoe launch. Shuttle service is included with rentals from the North Launch. An addition fee apples for private watercraft.

Camping is not permitted within Ichetucknee Springs State Park, however, O’Leno State Park is just 18 miles away and does permit camping. It is very easy to go back and forth between the two parks. There are also several local private camping options nearby. 

Yes, we accept all major credit and debit cards for any rental or service.

Yes, reservations are always recommended!

Reservations for tubes:

Tube reservations are available after Labor Day and before Memorial Weekend. Use the “Book Now!” button to reserve.

Due to volume, reservations for Midpoint Launch and Dampier’s Landing are not available between Memorial Weekend and Labor Day. During this time, tube rentals are first come, first served. 

 

Reservations for watercraft:
Online Reservations available and are recommended.  Please note that there is a 100 boats per day limit for North Launch. There is no daily limit for Dampier’s Launch. Use the “Book Now!” button to reserve.

 

You may change the time/date your reservation by calling
386-497-1500 or by emailing info@ichetuckneesprings.com.

You may cancel your reservation by calling
386-497-1500 or by emailing info@ichetuckneesprings.com at least 24 hours in advance of your reserved time.

Private tubes and outside tube rentals are allowed, however, rental through Paddling Adventures within the park is recommended for convenience.

Tube transportation services are not available for private tubes or outside rentals.

All tubes must be 60″ or less to ensure accessibility on the water.

Yes, you can bring your own kayak/canoe to the park. We offer a shuttle service from the South Entrance to the north canoe launch. 

No. Ichetuckee State Park offers outdoor activities. Inclement weather can affect these activities with delays or closures. Please check the weather before visiting the park as you would if scheduling any outdoor activity.

Group rates are available for corporate, civic, church, veterans and nonprofits. Click here for email inquiry, or call 386-497-1500 for details.

Pets are permitted inside Ichetucknee State Park, however, they are not permitted on or near the water. Where allowed, pets must be kept on a leash no longer than six feet and well-behaved at all times. 

There are charcoal grills situated throughout the park. You may also bring your own grill to the park.

Yes. You are welcome to bring in a cooler into the park but not on the river. Coolers will be checked at the gate. Please do not bring alcohol or glassware as they are not permitted. Floating coolers are also not permitted.

Tram:

The tram transports tubers and tubes to the Midpoint Launch

Once you have finished your float, the tram will also bring tubers/tubes back to the South Entrance parking lot from the South Takeout.

Shuttle:

Year-round we offer a canoe/kayak shuttle from the South Entrance to the North Launch.

 

Camping is not permitted within Ichetucknee Springs State Park, however, O’Leno State Park is just 18 miles away and does permit camping. It is very easy to go back and forth between the two parks. There are also several local private camping options nearby. 

Yes, we accept all major credit and debit cards for any rental or service.

Yes, reservations are always recommended!

Reservations for tubes:

Tube reservations are available after Labor Day and before Memorial Weekend. Use the “Book Now!” button to reserve.

Due to volume, reservations for Midpoint Launch and Dampier’s Landing are not available between Memorial Weekend and Labor Day. During this time, tube rentals are first come, first served. 


Reservations for watercraft:
Online Reservations available and are recommended.  Please note that there is a 100 boats per day limit for North Launch. There is no daily limits for Dampier’s Launch. Use the “Book Now!” button to reserve.

You may change the time/date your reservation by calling
386-497-1500 or by emailing info@ichetuckneesprings.com.

You may cancel your reservation by calling
386-497-1500 or by emailing info@ichetuckneesprings.com at least 24 hours in advance of your reserved time.

Private tubes and outside tube rentals are allowed, however, rental through Paddling Adventures within the park is recommended for convenience.

Tube transportation services are not available for private tubes or outside rentals.

All tubes must be 60″ or less to ensure accessibility on the water.

Yes, you can bring your own kayak/canoe to the park. We offer a shuttle service from the South Entrance to the north canoe launch. The cost is $8.00/person + $8.00/boat + tax for a total of $17.12 for one person/one boat.

No. Ichetuckee State Park offers outdoor activities. Inclement weather can affect these activities with delays or closures. Please check the weather before visiting the park as you would if scheduling any outdoor activity.

Group rates are available for corporate, civic, church, veterans and nonprofits. Click here for email inquiry, or call 386-497-1500 for details.

Pets are permitted inside Ichetucknee State Park, however, they are not permitted on or near the water. Where allowed, pets must be kept on a leash no longer than six feet and well-behaved at all times. 

There are charcoal grills situated throughout the park. You may also bring your own grill to the park.

Yes. You are welcome to bring in a cooler into the park but not on the river. Coolers will be checked at the gate. Please do not bring alcohol or glassware as they are not permitted. Floating coolers are also not permitted.

Tram:

The tram transports tubers and tubes to the Midpoint Launch.

Once you have finished your float and have reached the South Takeout, the tram returns tubers and tubes back to the South Entrance parking lot.

Shuttle:

Year-round we offer a canoe/kayak shuttle from the South Entrance to the north canoe launch. The shuttle is included in the rental boat cost of the “Paddle Ichetucknee” 3.5 mile paddle. There is an additional shuttle fee for private boats and paddlers.

Camping is not permitted within Ichetucknee Springs State Park, however, O’Leno State Park is just 18 miles away and does permit camping. It is very easy to go back and forth between the two parks. There are also several local private camping options nearby. 

Yes, we accept all major credit and debit cards for any rental or service.