September 7 Storm Update: Ichetucknee Springs State Park is now fully open! Clearing of the upper river and the canoe/kayak launch ramp following Hurricane Idalia was completed today. All visitor services are now available, including canoe/kayak/SUP rentals, tube rentals, tram transportation, North Entrance swimming, and food/retail concession offerings. Reservations for tubing and paddling are available by clicking the “Book Now” button below.
Imagine an underwater world, deep, cool and inviting. Submerge into the deep cyan waters to find another world.
Scuba diving at Blue Hole is an experience not easily forgotten. Explore a cave system that starts 40 feet below the surface. This complex cave system has been measured at nearly 600 feet of twisting passages, some large and cavernous, others with barely enough room to turn around.
You must be cave/cavern scuba certified and register at the North Ranger Station to scuba dive at Blue Hole. There is a cart at the Ranger Station available to transport your diving gear. Dives must be finished one hour prior to sundown. Diving is not permitted in the other springs or the river.