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1.) Is alcohol allowed? Yes, alcohol may be consumed in the campground only. Licensing regulations prohibit open alcoholic beverages from being carried in the store or parking lot. We encourage you to drink responsibly.
2.) Can we remove plants and wildlife from the rivers or park? State parks prohibit the removal of wildlife and aquatic plants from any Florida spring or state regulated waters. For more information on Florida state laws on wildlife conservation and preservation, visit MyFlorida.com.
3.) What if we arrive after hours? If your party arrives after hours, and you have a reservation, you may go and set up and check in in the morning.
4.) Can we make reservations online? No. Please call to make your reservations.
5.) What is the water temperature? The Ichetucknee River stays a consistent 72 to 73 degrees year round.
6.) Are there alligators in the rivers? Generally not on the Ichetucknee, but alligators are native to Florida and there is always a possibility.
7.) Can we have visitors at our campsite? Yes. You are responsible for your visitors. Please see the Policies page.
8.) Do you accept credit cards? Yes. We accept M/C and Visa. We also take Traveler's Checks and Money Orders. Sorry, we do not accept personal checks.
9.) Are motorized boats allowed on the Ichetucknee River? No. The State does not allow motorized boats on the Ichetucknee River. The Santa Fe and Suwannee rivers are close by and motorized boats my be launched there.
10.) Can we go fishing in the State Park? Not in the Ichetucknee Springs State Park; however, you can fish in the Santa Fe and Suwannee rivers.
11.) Can we take a cooler on the river? No food, drinks, or tobacco products are allowed on the Ichetucknee River except for a medical condition. See the "Recreational Page" for details.