IMPORTANT PARK INFORMATION:

River Flood Update: As of 7/22/21 the Ichetucknee River is at Flood Stage, but we are still open for all river activities. Please be advised that tube launches are closing earlier than normal. Midpoint Launch closes when the limit of 3000 tubers has been met, or 3pm; and Dampier’s Landing closes at 4pm (for tubers) while the river is flooded. Due to slow current, tubing trip times are longer than normal. Midpoint tubing takes approximately 3.5 hours. Dampier’s Landing takes approximately 1.5-2 hours. We recommend all tubers take a paddle on the river. The river still closes at 6pm- please plan accordingly.

Swimming & SnorkEling

Discover the crystal-clear waters of one of Florida’s best rivers for swimming and snorkeling at Ichetucknee Springs State Park.

Choose your spring

Swim the cool waters of Ichetucknee Springs.

Enjoy year-round swimming in pristine waters.

Swimming at Head Spring at Ichetucknee Springs State Park

Head Springs

The Ichetucknee Head Spring was designated a National Natural Landmark in 1971. With shallow edges that give way to deeper crevices, this spring is a family favorite. Convenient picnic tables and a seasonal food truck steps away make this a perfect place to spend the day.

Blue Spring at Ichetucknee Springs State Park

Blue Hole spring

Deep, cool and inviting, Blue Hole Spring is an all-season experience. With water that remains a constant 72 degrees Fahrenheit year-round swimming Blue Hole’s deep cyan waters will take you to another world.