Paddleboard in crystal clear Spring water! Beginners welcome! Private location.
- Live Guide
- Instant Confirmation
- Group Tour
- 2.5 hr
Meet at our private spring location: Wekiva Island! Then, Stand up and paddle on the most beautiful river in Central Florida! Starting at Wekiva Island, you'll paddle to the head waters and main spring of the Wekiva River. Along the way you'll see a wild and scenic side of Florida in its most natural state. Arriving at the springs you'll have the choice to swim through the spring during the spring and summer seasons, take a short hike or if you desire just hang out and relax for a few minutes and take in the beauty of Wekiva State Park. After the spring and park visit, we'll load you back onto your board. The gentle current will return you to Wekiva Island. No motorboats mean no wakes. Paddle craft only on this section of the Wekiva; tall tree lined banks shade and block the wind. Creating calm ideal paddling conditions over crystal clear shallow water. Truly a world class paddling destination. Join us! You'll be so glad you did! We guarantee it!
Operated by: Paddleboard Orlando
After all passengers are comfortable on their boards, you'll start making your way up river. Expect to see lush vegetation featuring oak and cypress trees canopies and wildlife like turtles, birds, fish, otters, and maybe an occasional lazy gator. You'll paddle against a small current for about 1.5-miles before reaching the spring head. Once there, we'll tie-off your board and disembark at Wekiva State Park. At the state park you'll have the option to sit and relax or take a short hike around the springs. During the spring and summer months, you can take a dip in the springs with one of your instructors who will show you how to swim through the spring head. Wekiva State park is home to Wekiwa springs a first magnitude spring flowing 42 million gallons of water daily. The area around the spring is largely undeveloped and has acres of untouched Florida ecology
After leaving the state park, board your paddleboard and let the current take you back to Wekiva Island.