The Wakulla River is spring fed and emerges from under ground at the Wakulla Springs State Park, the trip is 6 miles of slow moving easy paddling. Wildlife is abundant along the banks, the pristine water is excellent for viewing the underwater grasses, fish, snails, turtles and manatees.
All prices quoted are for 4 hours rental, equipment and sales tax included. Reservations can be made in advance by calling 850-925-6412. Our rental prices are for trips on the Wakulla River only, for trips off the Wakulla River please visit our Tours page.
Please make reservations by calling 850-925-6412. Please Do Not E-mail Reservations. Thank you
*Shuttle trips to the upper Wakulla River Bridge add $10 per boat.
2 person canoe $40
3 person canoe $45
Single – $30
Tandem – $45
Paddle Board RentalStand Up Paddleboards $40
Children 4 years of age and under are free. All children under the age of 6 must wear lifejackets and all children, 90 lbs and under, must be fitted with lifejackets. It is our policy that every one wear their lifejackets.
Dogs are allowed but are the owners responsibility (they do attract alligators). They must be kept on a leash and if not well behaved will be refused admittance.
Late fees occur 15 minutes past return time at a rate of $10.00 per hour, per boat. After closing late fee will be $20 per boat + $10 per hour.
Broken or lost equipment will be charged according to its wholesale cost plus 10%.
Coolers are permitted but please no glass bottles.
Alcoholic beverages are prohibited.
Bring drinking water.
Bring trash bags for litter. Help keep our waterways beautiful.
Always wear shoes or water socks.
Use a strap for eyeglasses and sunglasses.
Carry gear and personal items in water tight containers or bags.
Tie car keys to canoe or kayak or leave with the office.
Along the river is private property, stay off private docks. There is a public boat ramp at the top of the river you can use to stretch or picnic.
Bring sun block or lotion, hat and sunglasses (preferably polarized).
Abuse of intoxicants is dangerous and may lead to arrest.
Do not feed or molest wild animals. It is not only dangerous but may also be a felony.
Manatees are an endangered species. If encountered watch – do not interact or alter their behavior.
Call ahead to check weather and river conditions. It may be raining where you are but may not be where we are!