Florida's BeautifulNature Coast

Paddling the River & Springs

The spring-fed Chassahowitzka River was named an Outstanding Florida Waterway for its pristine, natural condition. Beautiful scenery, lots of wildlife. The spring-fed river is generally clear, changing to salt water as it approaches Chassahowitzka Bay and the Gulf of Mexico, about 5.6 miles from our house. It's a sweet SUP for sure!

A SUP on the Chaz never disappoints with over 250 species of birds and wildlife sightings of alligators, manatees, raccoons, otters, deer and more.

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Scalloping

There are few things more fun that scalloping!  The shallow grass flats of the Chassahowitzka River is a quiet spot for scallop hunters. Spring-fed, this 5 mile long river is home to pristine saltwater bays and diverse aquatic life. 

 

Each season begins July 1st and runs through late September. This does require a Florida license (GoOutdoorsFlorida.com) and proper safety equipment. 

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