If you don’t have anything to paddle down the river with don’t worry. There’s three places on Weeki Wachee to rent paddle boards, kayaks, and canoes from. Prices vary depending on where you go. There’s The Kayak Shack and The Paddling Adventures along with a few other places to go to. If you are planning to rent I highly recommend that you make reservations beforehand to make sure you don’t miss out.
If you are planning to make this an all day trip make sure to bring a small cooler with water and food. Trust me that after all the swimming and paddling, you’re tummy will start to growl with hunger. No alcohol or open containers are allowed on the spring so we took our water in our own personal water bottles. I took my Hydroflask to make sure that my water stayed nice and cold. It truly works. My water still had ice by the time we got back to the car. (Get yours here)
Don’t forget to check out our pictures of our time at The Weeki Wachee Springs found in our Gallery.
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