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Camping Ichetucknee Springs State Park in Central Florida

Camping Ichetucknee Springs State Park in Central Florida

Unfortunately, due to budget cuts there are no campgrounds available at Ichetucknee Springs State Park. However, River Run Campground is the name of a popular campground near the park for individuals who want to camp.

Amenities

Picnic areas equipped with BBQ grills and tables are scattered throughout the park. Full-service concessions at the park offer guests food, outdoor products, and refreshments. Guests have to rent tubes, snorkeling equipment, and diving equipment through private vendors that can be found four miles away from the park.

Things to do

Ichetucknee Springs State Park is the perfect place for individuals to have a great time with their family. Both locals and guests enjoy going tubing and/or canoeing in the crystal clear fiver. Scuba divers also like to explore the Blue Hole caves. Diving in Ichetucknee Springs State Park is an available activity option from October till March. Individuals must be cave certified in order to go diving at Ichetucknee Springs State Park.

Ichetucknee Springs State Park
12087 S.W. U.S. 27
Fort White, Florida 32038
Phone Number: (386) 497-4690

Operating hours
The park opens year round at 8AM; the different entrances have different closing times.

North Entrance: 30 minutes before sunset
South Entrance: Closes at sunset

Fees
Admission Fee:

$6.00 per vehicle (2 to 8 people – no river use)
$4.00 per vehicle (1 person)
$4.00 Motorcycle Fee (1 or 2 people)
$2.00 per pedestrian, bicyclist, extra passenger, and passenger with Annual Individual Entrance Pass

River Use Fees:

$5.00 per person (canoeing)
$5.00 per person (tubing)
$6.00 per group (2 to 8 people)

Children ages 5 and under are free

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