Perdido River Topo Map

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Located about 15 miles west of Pensacola and forming the Alabama–Florida state line, the Perdido River comes to be in south Alabama where Dyas Creek meets Perdido Creek. The upper course of the Perdido is clear and easy to follow despite the name’s Spanish meaning of “lost”; however, the river’s name derives from Perdido Bay, where it reaches the Gulf of Mexico in seemingly hidden passages. The Perdido makes for a fun and friendly paddling river, except for its uppermost head water segments near Dyas Creek, where shallows and fallen logs can be problematic. The remote river courses southeast beside overhanging cypress and juniper banks in addition to oaks on higher ground. An aerial view of the Perdido reveals a pattern of straight sections alternating with big bends where gravel and sandbars ?nd a home.
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Pensacola, Florida

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