This property is part of the Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park. Total acreage of the park is 6,000 acres with approximately 1,900 acres in the Cherokee Sink unit.
Cherokee Sink has a long history of local use as a swimming area. The Sink is quite large and has steep limestone walls on several sides. Its water depth is approximately 70 feet.
Recreational activities include swimming, picknicking, hiking, and SCUBA diving. All divers using SCUBA gear must register at the Ranger Station prior to entering Cherokee Sink.
(This brochure was revised January 24, 2005)
State Library Of Florida: Ephemera Collection, Wakulla
Brochure providing information of the the Wakulla Springs State Park's Cherokee Sink Unit and directions to the sink