North Fork of the St Lucie River Topo Map

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The North Fork and South Fork of the St. Lucie River join to form an extensive drainage system that enters the Atlantic Ocean at the coastal city of Stuart. Fortunately, the North Fork has been designated as a state aquatic preserve, a move that has protected the river and its immediate environs from the burgeoning development that is consuming land in this part of Florida. The upper North Fork flows between banks overhung with large oaks, palms, and maples with an understory of ferns. Numerous side streams enter the St. Lucie at regular intervals. However, topographic maps reveal these apparent streams to be remnants of oxbows that were short-circuited many years ago. The river below Prima Vista Boulevard is not attractive to paddlers due to the extensive powerboat traffic, though the aquatic preserve borders much of the downstream shoreline.
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Fort Pierce, Florida

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