Does Rainbow River have cabins?
We have 12 Cabins to offer on our 55-acre Nature Preserve located between the Rainbow River and Withlacoochee River. The Cabins are nestled amongst the shade trees and get you shoulder to shoulder with Central Florida’s natural beauty.
Can you bring food to Rainbow River?
Yes you can bring food and drink, Coolers are subject to search and disposable containers (such as cans, plastics, glass, plastic foam or paper) are not permitted on the rainbow river.? All other food and drink items must be in non-disposable containers.
Is Rainbow River man made?
The Rainbow River was designated as a Registered Natural Landmark in 1972, an Aquatic Preserve in 1986, and an “Outstanding Florida Waterway” in 1987. The looking-glass waters of Rainbow Springs come from several vents, not one large bubbling spring.
Can you use your own tubes on Rainbow River?
To tube down the Rainbow River, there is a $20 fee including park admission, the shuttle ride back to the starting point, tube rental and tax. If you bring your own tube, the fee is $12 including park admission and the shuttle ride.
How long does it take to tube down Rainbow River?
The average float time from the KP Hole to the Tuber’s Exit (i.e., the Blue Run of Dunnellon Park) is approximately four hours, but float time may vary based on the weather and water levels. Tubing rentals and shuttle services back to the KP Hole parking lot are available daily from May 1 – September 30.
What county is the Withlacoochee River in?
The Withlacoochee River originates in Georgia, northwest of Nashville, Georgia. It flows south through Berrien County where it joins the New River and forms part of the boundary between Berrien and Cook counties. It then flows south into Lowndes County, Georgia.
How much is it to tube down Rainbow River?
How much does it cost to tube down Rainbow River?
Cost. The tubing package at KP Hole Park costs $25/person, which includes the following: entry fee, tube rental, return shuttle service.
Are there alligators in the Withlacoochee River?
Intro. The Withlacoochee River is one of Florida’s wondrous waterways, one of the few rivers in the world flowing south to north. As you travel along the Withlacoochee, you’ll notice grand cypress trees shading an abundance of wildlife. You’ll spot osprey, hawks, alligators, turtles and more.