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Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park

 About Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park

River boat floats above the spring.

A NOTE FROM THE MANAGER

Peter J. Scalco

The transition from fall to winter is a wonderful time to visit Wakulla Springs State Park. A quite walk through the leaf covered woods on a crisp day is sure to lift the spirits and help the stress disappear. Generations have visited to share a picnic and good times while enjoying our cooler seasonal temperatures. Come enjoy the quiet of winter and refresh yourself with a warm cup of choclate or some ice cream from the 1930's marble snack bar found in the historic Wakulla Springs Lodge.  Take advantage of our Jungle Tour Boat ride and perhaps purchase an Annual Park Entrance Pass to visit us, and all our other Real Florida adventures at a bargain price. Come soon and often.  We look forward to your visit. Thanks, Your friends at Wakulla Springs State Park.

DESIGNATIONS

The Great Florida Birding Trail Logo The Green Lodging Logo The Florida's Springs Logo The Learning in Florida's Environment (LIFE) Logo Greenways and Trails Designated Site Logo

GETTING HERE

Travel East on I-10 to Exit 196. Take State Road 263 (Capitol Circle) south 12 miles. Turn right (South) onto U.S. 319/State Road 61 (Crawfordville Highway) for two miles. Bear left onto State Road 61(Wakulla Springs Rd) for six miles. Turn left onto State Road 267 at flashing stop light. Turn right into Park entrance. From West I-10, use Exit 203. Take State Road 61 (Thomasville Road) south. Continue on State Road 61 through Tallahassee for 10 miles. Take U.S. 319/State Road 61 (Crawfordville Highway) south for two miles. Bear left onto State Road 61 (Wakulla Springs Road) for six miles. Turn left onto State Road 267 at flashing stop light. Turn right into the park.

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