Q: What is the entrance fee to get into
During the tubing season, the price for tubing is 6 dollars per car load, up to 8 people and children 5 and under free. To
go swimming, the price is 6 dollars per car load (up to 8 people).
Q: Can you Canoe and Kayak?
A: Yes, canoeing
and kayaking is permitted in the park. Generally, both are not encouraged during the tubing season, especially on weekends
or holidays (Due to the large amount of tubers). We rent Canoes for $35 and kayaks for $16.
Q: What is the river
A: The river is crystal clear, and 72.6 degrees year round. It is slow moving, with a gentle current. There is
a wide range of wildlife, from fish and turtles, to otters and beavers, and even the occasional manatee. Though the water
is too cold for almost all cold-blooded animals, including alligators, the occasional water snake can be sighted on the shores
(there have been very few incidents with snakes in our 40+ years of renting).
Q: What all is there to do at the
A: People from all over the world flock to the Ichetucknee River to tube, swim, dive, canoe and kayak, hike through
nature trails, picnic and more.
Q: Are there places to eat, or should I bring food?
A: There is a concession
stand at the South entrance of the State Park. The concession stand has a variety of foods like hamburgers, hotdogs,
nachos, ice creams, and snacks. There are also grills placed throughout the parking lots in the park, with picnic tables to
relax and enjoy a lunch with the family.
Q: When is the park open?
A: The Park opens at 8 in the morning.
At 2pm, or once the limit of 750 people is fulfilled, the North Entrance of the park closes. Midpoint, the longer run within
the south entrance, closes at 4 (or when it reaches its limit of 2,250). Dampier’s Landing closes at 5, with no limit
Q: What all do I need to be prepared?
A: Check out our Tips for a Successful Trip Down the
Ichetucknee post on our Facebook page.
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