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Ichetucknee Springs State Park, Fort White

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  • Passed through on a cycling tour and was lucky enough to be in the vicinity during a nice warm snap. Large parking and, boy, was it full. Little to no cycling parking that I saw...a bit surprising giv...  more »
  • Beautiful weather,foliage,manatee,turtles galore and wondrous birds! Definitely recommend in the spring and fall..or get wet by tubing in the summer  more »
  • My daughter and I were there in March, and the 3 hr tube ride was cut in half due to low water. That's ok. It was a gorgeous, relaxing float down. But, if you have any mobility issues, don't go until ...  more »
  • cool springs in the summer. water is clear and turtles are everywhere. my kids loved snorkeling here. In summer there the park runs a convenient shuttle. it took a little over 2 hours to leisurely canoe down to the take out.
  • Ichetucknee Springs should be the number one not to be missed destination in the world. No, I am not kidding. I have been lucky to visit some of the most raved about natural wonders, many of them are truly fantastic, but nothing compares to beauty of Ichetucknee Springs. Now, I am not talking about in the Summer when the run is full of tubing enthusiast, I am talking about the winter mouths. To experience the best of what the spring has to offer, just pick any weekday when school is in session and get there early. FYI:The water is 72 degrees Fahrenheit year round.
  • Stunning. Good snorkeling here. Saw baby snapping turtles, lots of different fish, and some beautiful caves in the springs. There were manatees in the river! Evan saw a big snake on one of the nature trails. Highly recommend! Water is crystal clear and it wasn't packed with people. They have kayak, canoe, and paddle board rentals on site. Go here!!!
  • Our first visit but not our brothers family. They planned this trip. We stayed in the cabins & we had the best time. The tubing was great. The park only had half open but we're looking forward to coming in 2017 to tube the entire springs.
  • One of the best tubing rivers in the state. Crystal clear water and beautiful scenery. Can get pretty crowded in season though