Paddle the Scenic Santa Fe River
Rent a Canoe or Kayak, or Bring Your Own
Enjoy a relaxing paddle down one of Florida’s most scenic rivers. Take just a few hours or go all day (we can pick you up at any of a number of locations along the river). Experience crystal-clear freshwater springs, abundant wildlife and incredible natural formations. More…
Take more time, see more of the river. The Santa Fe offers numerous campsites and many of our guests take advantage of this fact to plan a leisurely two- or three-day paddle. Go farther, see more and enjoy all that the river offers. More…
Every month we take advantage of the full moon to lead a relaxing paddle down the upper stretches of the Santa Fe. See nocturnal creatures, experience the awesome quiet and marvel at the reflection of the moon over the still water. More…
Looking for the right spot for your next company outing or group gathering? Our facility offers picnic tables, a campfire pit and is located right on the beautiful Santa Fe River near historic High Springs. Combine your affair with a trip down river or many other activities. More…
Take a Virtual Tour of Our River
We’ve plotted all the most popular points of interest and pick up locations for you. Click on any one to see photos, travel time, descriptions and important information More…
Make Your Outing Perfect
Know what to expect, what to bring and what to plan for. Get answers to common questions about the Santa Fe River, Canoe Outpost, the High Springs area and more. Find out the latest weather forecast. You’ll find it all in our Frequently Asked Questions section.
Discover Historic High Springs
High Springs is not only a great place to paddle, it’s a great place for a visit. We’ve got world-class restaurants, delightful bed-and-breakfasts, fascinating antique shopping and a host of other outdoor activities. And you can find out why we were once known as the area’s railroading capital. Learn more…
Although lightning is not a significant risk in our area, it does visit us from time to time. Common sense dictates that anybody who participates in outdoor activities be aware of at least some fundamental lighting safety rules. The accompanying PDF, prepared by the Charleston County, SC Park and Recreation Commission, provides helpful information. To download it, click here.
New River Map Kiosk
The Suwannee River Water Management District has just erected a new Lower Santa Fe River Map kiosk at the US-27 boat ramp. Click on the image above to download the map as an Adobe Acrobat PDF.
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Santa Fe Canoe Outpost
21410 NW HIghway 441
Post Office Box 592
Fax: (386) 454-2510