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Wekiva

Springfed and clear, the 27-mile Wekiva River Paddling Trail offers a welcome relief from Orlando congestion. Otters, wading birds, alligators, deer and an occasional Florida black bear can be seen.

Florida Cities: Orlando, Mount Dora, Deland, Clermont, Winter Garden, Altamonte Springs

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5 Locations in Wekiva
LocationRatingViewsPostsUpdated
Black Water Creek-2605012/11/2008
Dora Canalrating297812/9/2011
Econlockhatcherating321129/30/2012
Flat Island Canoe Trail-2513012/11/2008
Rock Spring Runrating2894112/4/2015


This is Segment 31, Region O. Springfed and clear, the 27-mile Wekiva River Paddling Trail offers a welcome relief from Orlando congestion. Otters, wading birds, alligators and an occasional Florida black bear can be seen. A variety of habitats, ranging from swamps and hammocks to sand pine scrub and pine flatwoods, can also be experienced. Other paddling trails include the Econlockhatchee and part of the upper St. Johns River.

Wekiva River/Rock Springs Run: 27 miles

Econlockhatchee River: 19 miles


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