SportsAbility Alliance is excited to offer expanded EcoRover Trail Adventures and Adaptive Boat Tours at the beautiful Wakulla Springs State Park as part of the ALLOUT Program, an outdoor adventure program for people with disabilities. Both the EcoRover Trails and Boat Trips will take place on the same day, and we invite you sign up for one or both of these adventures! More information about each adventure can be found below.   


EcoRover Trail Adventure: EcoRovers are All-Terrain Tracked Power Recreational Device, which are designed to allow people with mobility limitations to experience independent mobility. EcoRover are for everyone and we invite anyone who is interested in this convenient, functional and comfortable way to enjoy the outdoors to sign up and give it a try.

EcoRovers have the capability to go anywhere a wheelchair can go and more, even traversing over rough or uneven outdoor terrain. They are narrow enough to fit through a standard 30 inch door and allow indoor maneuverability due to zero-turning; yet have outdoor, off-path, all-terrain track chair capabilities. So EcoRovers can easily traverse sand, gravel, dirt, mud, snow, grass, hills up to 20 degrees, tree roots and mulch! You can find more information about the EcoRover at 

For these adventures, you will have the choice between two trails. One will take a little less than an hour at a leisurely pace, the other will take a little longer than an hour, again at a leisurely pace. Please let us know which experience you would prefer when you register. 

Adaptive Boat Ride: Join SportsAbility Alliance on an educational and beautiful boat ride in Wakulla Spring State Park. This world-class wildlife viewing event takes visitors on a two-mile loop downstream and back among majestic bald cypress trees, elegant wading birds and toothy alligators. Manatees are often sighted, but their presence is not dependable. A camera is highly recommended to capture the candid images of the river’s fauna. The ranger-led tour not only highlights the wildlife, but often includes stories of human interactions with the spring. They sometimes feature the lives of indigenous peoples, movies filmed during the Edward Ball years, and/or the more recent adventures of explorations within the caves that bring water to the spring.

These boat tours are available free of charge to our participants, thanks to generous grants. There are also wheelchair accessible boats available upon request. A manual wheelchair is also available for use upon request at the Waterfront Visitors Center. Once you have reserved your date and time slot, a SportsAbility Alliance representative will contact you with final details, including meeting time and place. For the boat tours, participants are welcome to bring up to 3 members of their family or friends to join them! Bookings for this grant are limited so make yours today! 

Register for ecorover Trail OR ADAPTIVE BOATING adventures HERE
  • There is no cost to participate in SportsAbility Alliance’s ALLOUT Program.
  • After registering, you will be contacted by David Jones to confirm your outing! 
  • If you would like to participate, but none of the dates and times work for you, please contact us and we will work to schedule a new date and time!