COVID-19 Update

Ichetucknee Springs State Park, South Entrance on US 27, is now open! Tube rentals, Tram transportation to the Midpoint Tube Launch, Food and Retail 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 van and bus shuttles.

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 face masks are encouraged. Remember, we’re in this together!

Our Sustainability Pledge

Our Goal

Cape Leisure Corporation is dedicated to providing quality recreational opportunities that promote a healthy lifestyle and strengthen the community through diverse physical, educational, and cultural programming in a manner that has the least impact upon our natural surroundings. Our overall goal is to promote the use of sustainable practices, maximize the useful life of buildings and park facilities, and enhance the natural environment.


Visitor Sustainability Guidelines

Some ways you as a visitor can help keep our parks sustainable:

Say NO to plastic

Rather than drinking out of plastic water bottles, bring a reusable water bottles.

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Bring reusable bags, utensils, and Tupperware when camping or picnicking. It is estimated that one million plastic bags are consumed by people per minute!

Recycle! When entering a park or visitor center, ask about what can be recycled and where.

Do NOT Litter!!!

Absolutely do not litter when visiting any park (or outside space in general)!

Watch the wildlife. 

Focus on filling your memory card or just enjoy the show but resist the urge to feed animals—even the cute ones. We all know that feeding bears can be dangerous, but did you know that simply feeding the chipmunks can be deadly for them? Even if others are feeding the animals remember that you’re doing them a favor by not teaching them humans are sources of food, so they’ll be better prepared to fend for themselves.


You’ve probably heard the phrase “take only pictures, leave nothing but footprints”. Although this piece of advice is wonderful to keep in mind when visiting natural areas, I think we can do better. Try leaving the park or beach cleaner than it was when you arrived. Challenge yourself to pick up a few pieces of trash or recyclable material while out and about and dispose of them properly.