Wevika Falls July 6, 2018 0

Events Happening at Wekiva Falls

Every year thousands of families, many of them repeat customers, find their way to Wekiva Falls to join us for loads of fun activities and visit nearby attractions.

Put those electronic devices down and enjoy all that Wekiva Falls has to offer together as a family!

Our camping season is full of fun planned events and activities for the whole family! Take a look at our calendar to see if there’s a specific event you’d like to be here for, then call us for booking and availability. You will always find a detailed list of weekend events and times on the Wekiva Falls website and on our Facebook page.

When you book our stay at us, you don’t have to spend a ton of time researching activities. At Wekiva Falls you can swim in our large pool, take a dip in the hot springs, go fishing, walk on the nature paths, rent a canoe to cruise up the river, play on the playground, or grab a beverage at the marina all without having to leave the campground. There are even manatees in Henderson Creek that campers have seen while canoeing and kayaking!

In addition to the activities on site, we also highly recommended checking out the local attractions and nearby shops. The area is packed with beautiful mom and pop shops, shopping centers, grocery stores, and more.

For those that are more into “roughing it”, Wekiva Falls also features tent sites. While our events and activities director keeps a full calendar of things to do, many families look for things to do around the privacy of their tent.

Here are a few ideas for personal activities that make a family camping trip complete!

• Go on a nature walk.
• Cook over the campfire.
• Watch for animals.
• Make s’mores.
• Tell stories by the fire.
• Play cards or board games.
• Make leaf prints and rock pets.
• Play flashlight tag.
• Sing campfire songs.
• Make shadow puppets
• Catch fireflies or other bugs.
• Look at the stars.
• Go on a scavenger hunt.
• Read a book.
• Play glow in the dark tic tac toe.
• Go swimming.
• Play catch.
• Make nature sketches.
• Decorate your own sit-upons.
• Bike ride.
• Find a walking stick and go on a hike.
• Go fishing.
• Make ice cream in a bag.
• Rent a canoe.
• Make friendship bracelets.
• Play ‘I Spy.’
• Make stone sculptures.
• Skip stones.
• Tie-dye a shirt.
• Cloud watch.

*Calendar activities are subject to change without notice. Some activities are “weather permitting”.

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