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Werner-Boyce Salt Springs State Park, Port Richey

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2.2/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web
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  • Kayaking through and around mangrove islands is my thing. Lots of birds and plenty of quiet. You can cut to the Gulf without much difficulty. Very primitive without all the glitter of a big state park...  read more »
  • We decided to try this little park off 19 in Port Richey. There is no place for water no water fountains no nothing it is a basic piece of land with a few trails. Bring bug spray and if you're smart y...  read more »
  • The best way to make use of this area is by kayak. They are building a new kayak launch but it is in the early stages so you would need to come in via the water. We drove in to the park and travelled ...  read more »
  • The main attraction is not seen from the trail which is scary to walk by yourself considering what could be lurking in the woods. Not very people friendly with nothing at all to see. I suggest you carry a big stick or some personal protection while walking the trail. I have read that there is an amazing natural spring in the area but nothing to suggest its nearby. Wait till they upgrade the place with something or just develop the area and open the way to the gulf.
  • This quiet little park offer some easy walking trails that take you down to the waterfront. A great park for a quick afternoon trip.
  • It's the woods..plain and simple..if you never have been in the'll love it. other than that, the state is being very selfish about when you are allowed in. Get caught in there once off hours and the wrong weekday by the FWC and you'll pay alright..a huge fine!! Money is not the issue. the issue is the FWC has become too powerful for their own good and restricts access because they simply don't want allot of people in there. It's their playground...not the peoples.
  • The place was a waste of money! And you can get lost very easily! I do not recommend this place to anyone!
  • This will be perfect soon - I'll definitely be revisiting once the construction is done! Beautiful trails, just not fully complete.
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