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Werner-Boyce Salt Springs State Park, Port Richey

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  • I love visiting state parks and this one was beautiful. Quiet and very relaxing, you must visit when in the area.  more »
  • Great tour of the "new" park .. Lots of interested folks. Totally looking forward to the opening of an official kayak output & tours.  more »
  • We wanted to try something different we always drove by but never stopped so we decided to stop and we will for sure go back its beautiful.  more »
  • It's not huge, some of the trails die off into mud, but the spring is really pretty and is right at the main entrance (once you have parked). I went here with a friend and we took the bikes to the trails and it was a lot of fun, even with all the mud (it rained earlier). While it's humid, hot and disgusting basically everywhere (cus FL), being right next to the spring is very refreshing. The air is cool, there's a breeze, and definitely a couple good spots to kick back and take in nature. Saw a really cool frog too. A huge one. People who say parks are a waste of money when the park operates on a "honor box," are losers. You bummed about the $3 to support your local park? Shut up! This is FL, it's either "woods" or "swamp," regardless. I don't think the park makes itself out to be anything it isn't. So those complainers can cry us a spring and get over it, ha. I had fun.
  • 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.
  • Very nice park. You can see lots of wildlife if you get here early
  • if you go to the website read the fine print KAYAK LAUNCH IS CLOSED! My wife and i pay at there honor system to find out it was for nothing. I tryed calling the park office multiple times and no answer. it will be a great park when it is ready.