Branford in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for State Parks. Discover best things to do in Branford with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 512 reviews
I'm not sure of the correct pronunciation of this scenic state park. I'm guessing it's an old Seminole word meaning check this place out. We followed hwy 27 SE a short drive from Branford to the first sign for the north entrance. I should have turned there, but went on three miles or so to the south entrance. Entrance station was not manned and there was no one in that entire section of the park on the road, river, or picnic areas. I was a little disappointed because I had hoped to go to Coffee Spring but you can only see that on a trip down the river. Left the south section and droive a mile or so to the next sign for the norh entrance and headed that way, backtracking several miles. Wife and kids were starting to complain until we finally got to the north entrance station and road. Even when we go to the parking lot they were ready to bail as it doesn't look like much at first. A couiple people were changing in the parking lot! I don't know if the changing rooms were closed, they were exhibitionists, or thought no one else was around. A loud group was in the head spring so we took the boardwalk and trail to the blue hole which was quite scenic. We didn't see any wildlife though because it was also quite cold. Passed a PC display shaming us into conserving water along the way. At the impressive first magnitude spring, we had a hard time getting a good picture because a group of Brits- at least that was the shared accent- was scuba diving and acted like they owned the whole place. Would not let us get to the rail near the water at all and acted upset that we were even there. How dare we sightsee in a public park! Went back to the head spring and the group there had left so we had it to ourselves. Had a good time and got good pictures. Boardwalk is okay for strollers and wheelchairs. Remainder of trail is packed dirt which would be fine as long as it's not muddy.
4 based on 22 reviews
May is dry right now, but everything is growing and blooming. Troy Spring is real popular with the wild life, everybody is coming down to have a drink. The birds are nesting. You can fish the river, snorkel the spring, have a picnic. Besides picnic tables they have a bathroom.
5 based on 51 reviews
This is where we rented out tubes to go down the Ichetucknee. The tubes were clean and the selection was good. The staff was very friendly as well.
4 based on 16 reviews
Bobsriverplace Is Not a Public Waterpark, It's a Popular Swimming Hole (No Concrete Chlorine Pools Here,) You Can Experience Swimming in the Famous Suwannee River, A Natural Flowing Freshwater Public River, Water Quality Tested Regularly & Certified (Florida Health Department) There Are Old-Fashioned Type Tarzan Ropes Swings Best Suited for Teenagers and Young Adults, There Are No Lifeguards And All Activity Is at Your Own Risk,
I came here with my wife and we fell in love with the place. It's an absolute MUST! $35 dollars for a car up to 6 people and everything else is free! I really got to relive a part of my childhood here.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
All your floating needs at one stop! We honor ALL competitor's coupons! Tube Rentals: As low as $5! Other premium tubes, inflatable boats, couple's tubes, noodles and kid's tubes!!! Masks, Aqua Shoes, Underwater Cameras, Snorkels, Goggles, and our unique Tahiti Lounger! We offer coupons on Facebook and Student and Military Discounts! CLEAN RESTROOMS!
Conveniently located just down the road from the north entrance to the Ichetucknee. The staff is friendly and very helpful. They have a large variety of tubes to choose from at very reasonable prices. When you get the tubes to your vehicle, someone will meet you there to tie them to your vehicle for the short ride to the springs. When you're done for the day, they pick them up and return them for you. Just look for "Ancient Tube Tree" on the corner of Elim Church Rd and State Road 47 just south of Lake City, FL.
4 based on 50 reviews
We used this service to shuttle our vehicle and trailer to the take out point from the state park north ramp. The people were great, very helpful with unloading and helping us launch our heavy tandem kayak. Would definitely use their services again for sure. We didn't camp or stay there so can't review those services.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Lots of good equipment. Good prices. Clean nice restrooms. Helpful Staff. You will love tubing the river. There is a tram that picks you up at the end and takes you back to the beginning, you can tube the river as many times as you want. At Buffalo Joe's they tie the tubes on your car. When you are finished tubing the river, you leave your tubes and Buffalo Joe picks them up.
5 based on 6 reviews
Paddling Adventure is the only Ichetucknee Springs kayak, canoe and stand up paddleboard rental facility located inside of Ichetucknee Springs State Park in Fort White, Florida. Be transported into paradise as you paddle the crystal clear waters of this National Landmark, which takes you through shaded hammocks and floodplain forests brimming with wildlife.
please visit paddling adventures in the springs , they go above and beyond ( john brianna) . made the trip . a once in a life time exprience even our senior nana would do this adventure again .. awsome place to see natures animals (turtles,...MoreWe loved having you guys! Thank you so much for the wonderful pictures! We can't wait to have you back.
5 based on 99 reviews
Kayak, Canoe or Paddle Board the beautiful Santa Fe River and visit the many outstanding springs it has to offer. We are located near Rum Island County Park, we have Paddle Sport rentals and will outfit you for a half or full day on the Santa Fe River. Rentals start at $29, including transportation to and from the river, paddle and vest. We have plenty of parking so all you have to do is enjoy your special time. Snacks and drinks are available or bring a picnic and cooler. Also at Rum 138 you'll find an Art Gallery with over 30 artists, fine art paintings, print makers, photography, sculpture, ceramics, Jewelry and more, all inspired by the areas springs and their love of the Santa Fe River. "We are all about the River" Be sure to like Rum 138 on Facebook where we post art & music events and boat rental specials. We're open year round, closed Tuesday's. Open Monday through Sunday, 9 am to 5 pm. Visit us at Rum 138, and enjoy all that we have to offer!
We had a group of 16 rent kayaks from Rum 360 for a paddle down the Santa Fe river. The people were great and the shuttle transportation was fast and efficient. However, most of these cheap, plastic kayaks should have been retired years ago. The sit-on-top kayaks had limited back support and NO seat. The tanins in the water from heavy rains made for poor visibility in the river. The shuttle bus was pretty run down with poor air conditioning. A three star rating is a gift. We have been to this area and are Florida residents but if you are new to springs this is a nice paddle. Bring your own kayak if you can.
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