St. Johns River PaddlingTrail Description
If you would like a description of the St. Johns River Blueway, click here.
St. Johns River Paddling Trail Data Table
The SJR Blueway is divided into 23 sections that can be paddled in a day. Click here for the data table describing each section with access points, restaurants, fish camps, campsites and other landmarks along the way. (Coming soon: detailed maps for each of the 23 sections.)
St. Johns River Interactive Map
If you would like to view an interactive map of the St. Johns River, click here!
St. Johns River Water Management District Recreational Guide
When the St. Johns River Water Management District buys land, the benefits are far-reaching for the public and the environment. The District's main goal of buying land is to protect water resources. In addition, these lands protect plant and wildlife habitat and provide areas for public recreation and environmental education. Virtually all District property is open to the public for activities that are compatible with conservation, including hiking, biking, wildlfie viewing, canoeing, boating, camping, fishing, hunting and horseback riding. You can discover SJRWMD lands by clicking here.
Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission helpful links:
The Great Florida Birding and Wildlife Trail, a self-guided 2,000-mile highway trail with 515 sites of excellent birdwatching and wildlife viewing, including several sites along the St. Johns River. Click here to learn more.
Freshwater fishing maps and forecast throughout the state. Click here to learn more.
Public boat ramp finder - click here.
Dean Campbell of St. Johns County kayaked the SJR in sections finishing in 2008. Click here for his helpful website which includes a Hall of Fame of people who've paddled the entire river.
St John's Interactive River MapClick Here To View Map
St John's River Alliance
2029 North 3rd Street
Jacksonville Beach, Florida 32250
(904) 247-1972 x 414