Sweetwater Creek and Juniper Creek Topo Map

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Kayakers and canoeists usually paddle these two tributaries of the Blackwater River together, starting on Sweetwater Creek, then taking it to Juniper Creek. Trips of varied lengths can be undertaken, with access points on the creeks as they ?ow through the Blackwater River State Forest. Paddlers theoretically can run Juniper Creek above FL 4, but the narrow waterway is overhung with branches and littered with fallen logs, making for a dif?cult endeavor. There is no access to Juniper Creek at the FL 4 bridge. However, paddlers can put in at the FL 191 bridge, downstream of FL 4 and paddle Juniper Creek a little under 2 miles to meet Sweetwater Creek. The best experience on Sweetwater and Juniper Creeks will be had by somewhat skilled paddlers who understand these fast waterways should be respected. Check the gauges before paddling, avoiding high water. While on the streams, keep an eye peeled downriver for sweepers, strainers, and other obstructions.
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Milton, Florida

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Mar 2018