KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
Effective March 16, 2023: The accessible chair lift at the headspring swimming area is out of order.
Please help us protect the pristine waters of the Ichetucknee. Food, disposable items, pets, fishing, radios, coolers, tobacco items and trash are prohibited on the river.
Alcoholic beverages are prohibited on the river and within the park’s boundaries. All items may be inspected for compliance. All visitors are to be off the river by 6 p.m.
For your convenience, tubes are available for rent within the park. Visitors are welcome to bring their own tubes or rent from outside vendors. All tubes cannot exceed 60 inches in any two directions.
The shallow and sensitive north section of the river is closed to tubing. Tubing is available year-round from Midpoint or Dampier's Landing located in the south main entrance off Highway 27.
- Midpoint Launch - Limit of 3,000 tubers per day: Midpoint is accessible by concession tram service or by following the midpoint trail behind the concession building (~0.65 mile from the south parking lot). You can then float (45 minutes to 1 hour) to Dampier's Landing and walk (~0.25 mile) back to your vehicle at the south parking lot or continue floating for an additional hour to the last take-out. Please use the concession tram service or hiking trail (~0.55 mile) to return to the south entrance parking lot. Tram service wristbands are available at the General Store and are required to ride the tram.
- Dampier's Landing - Closes at 5 p.m.: Follow the trail behind the concession building straight to the river (~0.25 mile). You will float for 45 minutes to an hour to the last take-out. Please use the concession tram service or hiking trail (~0.55 mile) to get to the south entrance parking lot. Tram service wristbands are available at the General Store and are required to ride the tram.
- Tram and rental services: Please visit the General Store located in the south main parking area or call 386-497-1500 for tram information, rentals and other services.