Wekiva Falls Resort Team May 5, 2018 0

The Beauty of Wekiva Falls

Wekiva Falls RV Resort gains its namesake from the capped sulfur spring that channels the water into a lagoon for swimming. The water “falls” to a sandy-bottomed stream by the Wekiva River. A man-made apron wraps around the lagoon for guests to lay on blankets and beach chairs. There’s even a water slide in the spring pool for kids! Along the ridge of the pool are shady pavilions with panic tables and benches to be spared by the summer sun.

The Wekiva River is the best attraction in the campground. The water is fed through multiple streams that flow north to the St. John’s River. A launch area allows canoe and kayak rentals to flow down the river, with the ability to even paddle upstream to roam through the gorgeous sub-tropical Wekiva River Aquatic Preserve.

Wekiva Falls campground offers 800 sites with over 20 shaded tent sites by the spring run banks. This area is popular with kids for the crystal clear, shallow, sand-bottomed stream.The campground is popular with snowbirds and summer day visitors and weekend campers. Every RV site offers hookups electric, cable, water, and sewer, with plenty of room for neighbors. A general store is also located on the property, carrying limited groceries and RV supplies. Another popular spot is the tiki bar that runs on weekends and holidays, serving cool, refreshing drinks.

There are several other natural areas around Wekiva Falls, including Seminole State Forest, Rock Springs Run State Reserve, and the Lower Wekiva River State Park, all consisting of miles and miles of hiking and biking trails. Each can be accessed from State Road 46, a mile of Wekiva River Road. The Orlando location also provides perfect access to all local theme park attractions, including Disney World and Sea World.

Wekiva Falls RV Resort is a sprawling community for any and all guests. The resort always manages to offer a little something for everyone. With summer events and winter activities, theme nights, shuffle board and pickle ball, and of course the beautiful Wekiva River, this area is the best of the best for the next summer getaway.

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