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The Middle Aucilla River is a unique paddling experience available just minutes away from Tallahassee. Paddlers are able to explore an ancient and outstanding black water river in North Florida that
Nature joins the cool, clear waters of the Wacissa River to the dark, tannin-rich waters of the nearby Aucilla River at a mysterious and storied junction known to locals as Half-Mile Rise.
Located in Southwest Tallahassee, this series (or chain) of lakes is an unexpected scenic counter to the concrete and traffic-filled sights and sounds of the Capital City.
Only minutes away from downtown Tallahassee, this ancient prairie lake offers paddlers some of the best freshwater fishing in the area and a multitude of flora and fauna to witness.
In the mid-1800s, local plantation and farm owners created a navigable waterway to connect the Wacissa and Aucilla Rivers to transport cotton, tobacco, lumber and other goods to ship along the coast.
Only a short 20-minute drive east of Tallahassee, the Wacissa River is one of the purest and unspoiled waterways in all of Florida. Fed by at least 12 known springs all within the first two miles
Carrying the outflow from the largest freshwater spring in the entire world, the Wakulla River is known for clean, clear water. Throughout the years it has been a favorite of filmmakers and photograph
The Aucilla River flows 89 miles from its source waters in Thomas County, Georgia, to its terminus in the salt marshes and coastal flats of the St. Marks Wildlife Refuge and Apalachee Bay.
A half-hour drive east of Tallahassee lies the headwaters of the Wacissa River, perhaps the premier attraction of the Panhandle region for paddling enthusiasts. Fed by a network of 12 known (and sever
Join Harry Smith Outdoors on a beautiful two-day, one-night getaway down the Wacissa River. Day one will begin by exploring a variety of spring heads for swimming and snorkeling enjoyment.