ABOUT WAKULLA SPRING
This waterway’s history dates back to thousands of years ago with a broad spectrum of usage! From native americans living along the shores to the filming and making of the Tarzan movies (1941) and The Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954). Wakulla Springs is the deepest freshwater spring in the state of Florida and is operated and owned by the State. At 125 feet below the surface is the entrance to a large cavern and depths continue about 185+ feet to a cave system. When it comes to accommodations, this waterway is a Historic Spanish style lodge with 27 guest rooms available to book.
LOCATION: 20 minutes south of Tallahassee in the Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park
HOURS: 8am until sundown
ENTRY FEE: $6 per vehicle (limit of 2-8 people per vehicle)
$4 for solo patrons within vehicle.
$2 for pedestrians, bicyclists and extra passengers