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  Treasure coast paddlers
  Posted by: Samir420 on Aug-06-13 1:32 PM (EST)

Any treasure coast paddlers out there?
Any good spots I should know?

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  Posted by: scupperfrank on Aug-10-13 6:56 PM (EST)
The Loxahatchee has been a paddling favorite for decades if not centuries...

Lots of both kayaks and canoes, with novice to experienced experts of either stripe paddling their craft, enjoy the multiple vistas and multiple types of vistas there, from a wide, active, busy, urbanized saltwater waterway to a narrxow, quiet,shade-dappled tannic freshwater run a ways back upstream. It's a Wild and Scenic River of State designation and distinction, one I last paddled -in a canoe -some 40+ years ago.

There's lots of great shorelins around Jensen to get some open water, ocean paddling in as well, and if you have the ad kikls, some fairly gnarly inlets to test your mettle as well.

But start with the Lox. Myself, I'm hoping to get back there in my kayak to once again, sometime in the coming year, to camp a few days at Jonathon Dickenson, and hit the Lox, and


-Frank in Miami
  Posted by: thegoose on Aug-12-13 11:02 AM (EST)

I have paddled many of these and many other routes in the area.
used to be Jupiter based. now Fort Lauderdale.


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