Just across Crawfordville Highway and a little south from the Leon Sinks Geological Area (area is unavailable), the River Sinks are a connected showcase of karst formations making up part of the Woodville Karst Plain.
The River Sinks are on a non-contiguous part of the Apalachicola National Forest, and must be accessed from the River Sinks Tract trailhead, which is a part of Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park. The state charges a fee to enter the park.
At a Glance
|Current Conditions:||Check the Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park | Florida State Parks website to see if access to River Sinks is open.|
|Operational Hours:||Day use only|
|Fees:||Florida State Parks requires a fee to park at the River Sinks Tract trailhead.|
- At the intersection of Capital Circle SW and Crawfordville Highway, head south for 6.5 miles.
- Turn left onto CJ Spears Road.
- The parking area will be immediately on your right.
- At the intersection of Wakulla-Arran Road and Crawfordville Highway, head north for 7.5 miles.
- Turn right onto CJ Spears Road.
- The parking area will be immediately on your left.
The site can only be accessed from a trailhead operated by Florida's State Parks.