For information and reservations, contact the park at Enjoy one of the most beautiful areas of the park by canoe or kayak out on the Wekiva River or Rock Springs Run.
You can begin your trip inside the park or enter the park from any launch site along the Wekiva River or Rock Springs Run.
A map of the river and a list of the launch sites is available on the Wekiwa Wild & Scenic River website (link is external).
If entering from outside the park an Entrance Fees of .00 per person is required.
The Florida Federation of Garden Clubs (FFGC) has a summer camp program during this time.
For additional information about the FFGC program can be found on their Wekiwa Youth Camp website.
The Florida Black Bear is a native of Wekiwa Springs State Park that you may encounter during your stay with us.
For your enjoyment of the park and safety please review our Bear Awareness or ask a Park Ranger for more information.
Some sites also have sewer hook-ups and a dump station is located at the campground.Some content on this website is saved in an alternative format.To view these files, download the following free software or you can skip to the main content if you already have the appropriate readers.Because these are multi-use trails, be prepared to meet the occasional hiker, horseback rider or park vehicle.Please stay on designated trails, ride responsibly and respect the park and wildlife.