Halifax River Blueway

Halifax River Blueway, Ormond Beach: Address, Halifax River Blueway Reviews: 4.5/5

Halifax River Blueway
4.5

4.5
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WyattChirp
Ennis, MT188 contributions
A river
Jun 2021
We've kayaked and fished the area several times. It's a river. Not really much different than anywhere else you'd see up and down the coast. The marshy areas occasionally hold some decent fish, but usually hot and little breeze.
Written June 21, 2021
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abcjjl
Easley, SC1,415 contributions
Beautiful.......
Jul 2019 • Family
We drove the area along the Blueway headed over to a restaurant up near Ormond. It was a beautiful drive. Takes you back to a time long ago. Lots of low hanging trees with Spanish Moss. It was a beautiful area.
Written August 1, 2019
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Heath B
Highland Village, TX50 contributions
Serene and quite river
May 2017 • Friends
The river itself is beautiful. There are public docks for fishing, parks and trails nearby. Really enjoyed it.
Written May 23, 2017
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Kara H
Springdale68 contributions
Beautiful River
May 2016 • Family
The waterway is beautiful. Many houses w/ boat docks all differnt colors and sizes. You can see sail boats. The Ponche Light house is also off the water. You may see dolphins swimming around too.
Written May 9, 2016
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FlaHarlock
Tavares, FL4,772 contributions
Beautiful, natural Florida!
Dec 2015 • Solo
The Halifax River Blueway is a 17 mile long paddling trail on the Intracoastal Waterway. Offering an incredible view of several Volusia County beachside cities. Launch site locations include Tomoka State Park, Riverfront Park, and Wilbur Boat House. The Halifax river supports a diverse community of waterfowl, wading birds, fish, and other wildlife. The river and several of its tributaries (Tomoka River, Strickland, Thomson and Dodson Creek) are designated as a Manatee Sanctuary. Other rare species that inhabit the river basin include the wood stork, bald eagle, and Atlantic salt marsh snake. Numerous other birds can be viewed in the general area of the Halifax River Basin. Great way to see beautiful, natural Florida!
Written December 13, 2015
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