Bird watching, hiking, horseback riding, paddling, and boating are just some of the possible adventures at Econfina River State Park. There are equestrian trails, nature trails, a boat ramp, and a canoe-kayak launch on site.
Econfina River State Park takes no holidays and is open 365 days a year from 8 am until sundown. Each vehicle is charged a $2 entry fee into the park.
Native Americans were the first to discover the land and amenities that Econfina River State Park offered but it was not until 1989 that it officially became a State Park. Due to the park's proximity to the Gulf Coast, Native Americans often took advantage of the fishing and land.