Poe Springs Park
Poe Springs is an expansive and beautiful park, about 3 miles west of High Springs, Florida. Showcasing a blue-green spring that produces an average volume of 45 million gallons feeding into the Santa Fe River. The park itself, is a sprawling 202 acres in size and contains a very decent hiking path.
The spring is isolated from the main part of the park at its center, requiring a 0.3 mile hike one-way. It is managed by Alachua County Parks and Recreation and is $5.00 per car to visit.
• Kayak/Canoe Down River Trips
• Natural River Tube Trips
• Concessions & Slow Smoked BBQ
R.B.K. Gilchrist Blue Springs State Park
Gilchrist Blue Springs State Park is a state park in Gilchrist County, Florida, along the Santa Fe River. The park contains six natural
springs. In addition to Gilchrist Blue Spring, the park contains Little Blue Spring, Naked Spring, Kiefer Spring and Johnson Spring.
The head spring "Big Blue" produces about 44 million gallons of water each day and runs into the Santa Fe River. Guests have the opportunity to hike, picnic, camp, snorkel, swim, and paddle throughout the park for only $6 per car. There are various photo opportunities among the scenic view. Some wildlife among the springs include: turtles, sunfish, bass, catfish, deer, turkeys, hawks, owls, eagles, occasionally otters and manatees as well.
• Concessions and Camping needs
• Kayak/Canoe Hourly Rentals
Santa Fe River Park (Gilchrist County)
392 acres of wooded riverfront. This park has a wonderful boat ramp and fishing dock. Enjoy hiking along the river or maybe some fishing in harder to reach areas. This location has new restroom facilities and is only $5 parking fee. We offer kayak and canoe rentals from this location and you can pre-book those online right here Book Now We accept walk up rentals from this location as well, between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Our number 1 trip from this location is called the 8 springs in 8 miles trip. Where we shuttle you and your vessel up to Poe Springs to start your down river trip ending where your car is parked... right back at Santa Fe River Park.
Hart Springs Park
Hart Springs has one of the Largest Spring-Fed Swimming Areas in the State of Florida.
Take a scenic stroll on the half-mile long boardwalk, you can see when the springs flows up out of the earth, then you can see how the freshwater flows down the run where it then merges with the famous Suwannee River. Enjoy the scenic Suwannee River, cypress hammocks and upland pine trails.
• Kayak/Canoe All Day Rentals
• Pontoon Boat Rentals
• Golf Cart Rentals
• RV Rentals