What’s happening at Wekiva

Reopening Wekiva Island: What you need to know

Posted by Lauren Sedam | May 29, 2020
From the start, we at Wekiva Island have been dedicated to serving as a responsible business during the pandemic. We want to...
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Keeping you safe: Our COVID-19 reopening procedures

Posted by Lauren Sedam | May 7, 2020
As the coronavirus began making headlines, we at Wekiva Island began taking precautions to help keep our guests safe. Now, as countries...
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The COVID-19 Pandemic: Why did we close Wekiva Island?

Posted by Lauren Sedam | April 9, 2020
By William C. Weinaug Jr. P.E., President Wekiva Island Since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, Wekiva Island has been diligent about...
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Why we love art at Wekiva Island

Posted by Lauren Sedam | March 2, 2020
While visiting Wekiva Island, you might have seen the dozens of paintings that line the wall in our General Store. Or, maybe...
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How your visit to Wekiva Island helps save Florida’s birds of prey

Posted by Lauren Sedam | February 20, 2020
Many of our guests at Wekiva Island know us as a great place to relax with a glass of wine or beer...
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Can you spell “Beer for a Year”?

Posted by Lauren Sedam | February 11, 2020
Let’s take you back to elementary school. You’re in the middle of your spelling test and that one word stumps you. You...
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Celebrate craft beer at Wekiva Island’s Otter Fest

Posted by Lauren Sedam | January 10, 2020
You might know us at Wekiva Island for fun days canoeing or kayaking on the Wekiva River, beautiful riverside views or amazing...
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Winter Wonderland VIP Party supports exotic animal rescue in Apopka

Posted by Lauren Sedam | December 20, 2019
Lions and tigers and bears, and they’re all in Apopka…oh my! You might now know it, but just a little way from...
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Check out all the Winter Wonderland fun in our commercial

Posted by Lauren Sedam | December 12, 2019
Winter Wonderland at Wekiva Island is one of our favorite times of the year. Originally started as a boat parade with a massive...
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