Humans have occupied Wakulla Springs for over 12,000 years. The camp where the Creek prophet Hillis Hadjo, or Francis, sought refuge in Spanish Florida after the Creek War of 1813-1814, is believed to be within the park. Interpretive panels discuss artifacts discovered here.
A beautiful 27-room lodge over looks one of the world's largest and deepest freshwater springs. Built in 1937, it features a Spanish design with marble floors.The lobby has a stone fireplace and hand-painted ceiling. Facilities include a spacious dining room, gift shop, snack bar, conference rooms and banquet space. The Wakulla Springs State Park offers river boat tours, a large picnic area, swimming and nature trails. Interpretive programs and special events are offered year round.