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Boating - Non-Motorized

CANOE WATER
The three National Forests in Florida contain more than 700 lakes and ponds and four major rivers. The numerous streams, however, offer the most challenge to canoeists.

There is no whitewater such as you will find in the mountains, but a variety of streams await your visit. Each stream has its own
characteristics that make it unlike any other. Some, like Alexander Spring Creek, begin broad with slow moving water and then become narrow and deep downstream. Others, like Juniper Creek, start scarcely wider than the canoe and end up more than ...

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Boating - Non-Motorized Areas

  • Apalachicola River area description
  • Big Gully Landing
  • Cotton Landing
  • Hickory Landing
  • Kennedy Creek
  • Owl Creek
  • River Styx
  • Smith Creek Landing
  • White Oak Landing
  • Bradwell Bay Wilderness
  • Camel Lake area description
  • Lost Creek
  • Mud Swamp/New River Wilderness
  • New River area description
  • Magnolia Landing
  • Ochlockonee River area description
  • Hitchcock Lake
  • Mack Landing
  • Pine Creek Landing
  • Revell Landing
  • Whitehead Landing
  • Wood Lake
  • Porter Lake
  • Prospect Bluff Historic Sites
  • Silver Lake Recreation Area area description
  • Sopchoppy River area description
  • Upper Sopchoppy River
  • Wright Lake area description
Areas & Activities


https://www.fs.usda.gov/activity/apalachicola/recreation/wateractivities/?recid=41619&actid=79