Ichetucknee Springs State Park, South Entrance on US 27, is now open! Tube rentals, Tram transportation to the Midpoint Tube Launch, and the General Store are open daily. We are also renting Kayaks, Canoes and Stand-up Paddleboards at the South Entrance General Store, launching from Dampier’s Landing or the north canoe launch (canoes/kayaks only). Boaters start at the South Entrance for transportation to your launch point. The Head Spring, Blue Hole, and North Hiking Trails are now open at the North Entrance. Online reservations now available. Park capacity is limited. Protective face coverings are required on shuttle vans, buses and TRAMS.
We are taking precautions to help ensure your safe visit, but we need your help. Please observe social distancing guidelines at all times during your visit to the park, and remember to bring your face masks. Remember, we’re in this together!
***PROTECTIVE FACE COVERINGS ARE REQUIRED ON ALL IN-PARK TRANSPORTATION INCLUDING SHUTTLE VANS, BUSES, AND TRAMS.***
Yes, reservations are always recommended!
Reservations for tubes:
Memorial Day Weekend until Labor Day:
Due to volume, reservations for Midpoint Launch and Dampier’s Landing are not available during this time. Reservations for Summer Adventure are available and encouraged! By reserving your tube online you will benefit from:
Reservations for watercraft:
Due to volume, reservations for watercraft are not available on weekends during the summer months. There are plenty of boats available, but you’ll want to arrive early for parking.
September through end of May:
Online Reservations available and are recommended if you are coming on the weekend.
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.
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.
From Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day, we offer a shuttle to transport tubers from the South Entrance parking lot to the North Entrance Launch to start their Summer Adventure tubing trip.
Year-round we offer a canoe/kayak shuttle from the South Entrance to the north canoe launch.
*Please note: Private tubes and outside tube rentals may not use park transportation.
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.