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SR50 to SR419, SR419 to Snow Hill Road bridge, and Snow Hill to SR46. The very narrow first section is shaded by tall cypress and is characterized by sharp turns, obstacles, varying currents, and often has low water making it necessary to portage around exposed logs. The middle 8-mile section is surrounded by the State Forest and parallels excellent bike and hiking trails and winds past high sandy banks, oak-palm hammocks and white sandy beaches. The last section broadens and deepens downstream and the sharp bends fade into gentler curves.
It passes through oaks that give way to palms and pasture land near the end of the trip at the St. John's River and SR 46. But save some energy to navigate the last section because it can be windy and relatively crowded with air boats and other power boats.
Free Standing Boat Racks
URCHIN Portable Anchor
Sport Cases (Electronics)