Visitors to Wekiva Island or Wekiwa Springs State Park might be used to seeing kayakers, canoers, paddleboarders, swimmers or even gators and otters splashing around the river. But from February
By William C Weinaug Jr. P.E., President Wekiva Island Wekiva Island has adopted heightened COVID-19 pandemic guidelines for your safety. We are taking this pandemic seriously. If you are sick,
You might know us at Wekiva Island for fun days canoeing or kayaking on the Wekiva River, beautiful riverside views or amazing sustainability efforts—and we love all of those things!
Wekiva Island means business when it comes to our mission, and our passion for sustainability drives those efforts. It means so much that we had the toolbox that helps us
Winter Wonderland is back again, and we’re excited to celebrate the festive season all December long. In addition to our well-loved activities like daily “snow” flurries, the Christmas tree forest and our 24-ft tall tree, and visits from your favorite Christmas characters, Santa is inviting all the good boys and girls for the first time ever to his Workshop, right here at Wekiva Island.