The Little Big Econlockhatchee

The Little Big Econlockhatchee, a river which runs quite close to the edge of Orlando and eventually into the St. John’s River in Florida, is one of the few remaining unspoiled rivers near such a large population center. Its level varies greatly according to rain amounts, and if you’re out early, before the crowds, it’s a beautiful paddle. RBT_9675

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8 thoughts on “The Little Big Econlockhatchee

  1. I paddled this river so many times with FINS courses back in 90-91. So nice to see pictures of this beautiful river. I remember cursing it because back then, it was so low we were unloading our canoes to pull them over and around trees It seemed like every 5 minutes. I didn’t see it for the beautiful river it was. Beautiful pictures!

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