There are two Withlacoochee rivers, one way up north. this one is in counties surrounding Crystal River. There are many stretches that are great paddling. Beautiful water fowl, etc.
went to look for fishing location. would have to drive 5 miles down the dirt road to get to beach and hopefully find a good spot along the canel till u hit the beach....maybe when the water is warmer.
46 miles of trails that can promise you a thrill. Travel through many environments and be prepared for elevation changes! This is not "flat Florida" Make sure you carry water as these trails are dry. Call Dept of forestry to obtain permit prior to hiking as portions open to hunters in season - . 3 local campgrounds and a colony... More
We walked along the trails, which were kept very clean and clear. The shade from the trees made walking very enjoyable.
I heard about this place from the Captain at River Ventures (great manatee touring company) and decided to check it out before coming home to Miami. I am glad I did. The caves were difficult to find, I suggest you google map (peace cave) before going...it was pretty fantastic to be near caves that are wild and unkept. We had... More
This is a State of Florida Forrestry Property with the majority of the property being in Citrus County and some flowing into Hernando and maybe Sumter County. Equestrian, hiking, camping and hunting facilities this huge tract of land changes faces with the seasons. There's a cool ranger named Sid Taylor that works at the Tillis Hill location (campground and equestrian)... More
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