While the Wet to Dry Nature Trail at Wekiwa Springs State Park is the shortest of all of the park’s hiking trails, it’s also the busiest. Starting near the outflow of Wekiwa Springs as it forms the Wekiva River, this interpretive boardwalk showcases the floodplain forest edging the spring run before it lifts you into the uplands above the spring. An easy wheelchair-accessible and family-friendly walk, it’s a don’t-miss on your next visit to this popular state park.
Length: 0.4 mile
Lat-Long: 28.713004, -81.460086
Fees / Permits: state park entrance fee
Bug factor: moderate
Restroom: flush toilets
Open 8 AM to sunset. Leashed dogs permitted. This trail is located in the busiest part of the park, with full facilities nearby, including concession stands and canoe / kayak rentals.
Learn more about hiking at Wekiwa Springs State Park
Wekiwa Springs State Park website
From I-4 exit 94, follow SR 434 west for 1 mile to Wekiwa Springs Road. Turn right. Drive 4.1 miles to the park entrance on the right. Once you pay your admission fee, take the right fork of the park road and follow it to springs parking area.
From the parking area, follow the walkways down around the spring basin to the right. Cross the bridge over the spring outflow. The boardwalk begins to your right. To make a full loop (not wheelchair accessible) leave the boardwalk after you complete your hike and turn left to follow the springs connector trail back up to the swimming area and parking lot.