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Park Capacity: Wekiwa Springs State Park is always excited to welcome guests and supporters to come out and enjoy the environmental, historical and recreational value we have to offer. With this being...
A Bright Day At The Spring
Kayaks Heading Out
Bear Cubs At Rest
Deer In The Sandhill
Tiger Swallowtail
Sand Lake Seating Area
Smoky Morning at Wekiwa
Up From The Spring
view from the top of the hill to the spring on summer day with sunbathers and swimmers in the spring
early morning kayakers head out from the Lagoon to paddle the Wekiva River
Bear Cubs Resting In A Tree
two deer feeding in the later summer sandhill
yellow and black tiger swallowtail butterfly stops on one of the many wildflowers in the sandhill
A seating area with a metal bench looking out over sand lake
Early morning sunlight filtering thru the morning fog in the sandhill
A view up from inside the spring to the surface with swimmers above

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Wekiwa Springs State Park

Welcome to Wekiwa Springs State Park

Located at the headwaters of the Wekiva River, the beautiful vistas within this park offer a glimpse of what Central Florida looked like when Timucuan Indians fished and hunted these lands. Just one hour from most central Florida attractions, Wekiwa Springs offers visitors the opportunity to relax in a natural setting, enjoy a picnic, or take a swim in the cool spring.

Thirteen miles of trails provide opportunities for hiking, bicycling, and horseback riding. Canoeists and kayakers can paddle along the Wekiva River and Rock Springs Run.  Canoe and kayak rentals are available at the parks concession.  Options for camping include a full facility campground and primitive camping areas.

This is a very popular park on weekends. To ensure entrance into the park, we recommend arriving early, otherwise, the parking area will be full and you may not be able to enter.

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